Longtime friend spinnin ‘, The PÃ¨dre teams up with Italian bootleg masters DJ of Mars and talents to come Mildenhaus for their brand new single Problem so hard.
If there ever was a time when a proper anthem was needed, it’s now. The new single is a revitalized version of Vera Hall’s 1937 single “Trouble So Hard”. a raw vocal tune that resurfaced in the late 1990s thanks to hitmaker Moby. It is delivered by French DJ / producer Le Pedre and Italian DJs of trendsetters From Mars and Mildenhaus. The new version, which borrows the name of its creator, reinforces the sentiment with the world famous voice. It also adds stable house beats, mellow piano chords, and searing guitar licks, again resulting in a heartfelt and instant classic, available now on Spinnin ‘Records.
After taking inspiration from Kiss and ABBA, Le Pedre now delves even deeper into its vault of revered vocals, working its magic on Vera Hall’s iconic blues track ‘Trouble So Hard’. The new single retains the tender essence of its predecessor; it adds swelling basslines, uplifting piano chords and, of course, Le Pedre-branded guitar riffs to the song’s enchanting vocals.
Without the collaboration of the top Italian DJs From Mars, the masked duo renowned for their mixes of electronics and rock, and Mildenhaus, a promising talent who shares the same fondness for dazzling grooves on the guitar, “Trouble So Hard” does not to be the bachelor that he is.
With ‘Problem so hard, ‘Le Pedre, DJs From Mars and Mildenhouse form an electro-rock dream team that delivers a poignant hymn for these strange times. “Trouble So Hard” sends a message of hope; he insists that if we keep swinging and dancing, we’ll get there in the end – fists in the air and smiles on our faces.
About the artists.
Pierre Abbate, alias Le Pedre, is a French electronic music producer based in Toulon. He started his career as a DJ in local clubs and quickly turned to music production. Le Pedre brought together his favorite musical universes: Electro and Rock, which he grew up listening to his father’s Rock, Blues and Hard Rock vinyls. Composing explosive and powerful songs is his “thing”.
Djs From Mars infuses electronic dance music with a mash-up attitude. Their YouTube videos have received over 150 million views. They remixed David Guetta, Laidback Luke, Sean Paul, Pitbull, Coolio, Fragma, Dirty Vegas, and a long list of other artistsâ¦ DJs like David Guetta, Tisto, Diplo, Steve Aoki, Afrojack, Oliver Heldens, Nicky Romero , Carl Cox, Laidback Luke, and others supported their tracks and bootlegsâ¦ They earned their own place in the DJ MAG TOP 100 DJS in 2013. They have been touring nonstop for ten years on five continents: the United States , China, India, Australia, Japan, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Indonesia and all European countries, with an average of 100 shows per year. They are one of the most reserved groups in the entire DJ scene. They have performed an average of 100 shows per year over the past ten years.