2012 was the Size Records family’s most exciting year yet. Under the guidance of Steve Angello, the label’s burgeoning roster joined forces to play some of their biggest shows to date across the globe as well as unleashing a string of huge releases throughout the last twelve months. With no desire to rest on their laurels, they aren’t wasting any time in kicking things off for 2013 and first up is the debut single on the label from French mastermind Arno Cost, ‘Head Up’.
What better way to start a new year than with an almighty bang, and that is exactly what Arno Cost does. Merging a darker underground production edge with a main room, floor-filling sensibility, ‘Head Up’ is a tightly wound ball or energy. Here the propulsive drums drive infectious riffs and a grinding bassline, climaxing in a breakdown of epic proportions.
French DJ / producer Arno Cost has been a mainstay on dance music’s world stages since his emergence in 2006, attracting praise from many of dance music’s most formidable figures. From early releases with Norman Doray and Pierre de la Touche as The Freshmakers to his more recent solo productions such as recent single ‘Lifetime’ on Spinnin’ and remixes for the likes of David Guetta (‘Titanium’) and Moby (‘Lie Down In Darkness’), Cost has proven himself many times over. He has released on a number of revered labels including Serial Records, CR2, Refune and Mixmash.