In much the same way that the drop in Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike’s “Mammoth” makes the track seem aptly named, so too does the roaring trumpet in Milk N Cookie’s “Mastodon”. The track weighs in at a ton, but manages to navigate a more uplifting course through the mainstream vocals of Alina Renae as well. The Dillon Francis like distortion lead provides a great touch and gives the track the type of groove we’ve grown to expect from a Milk N Cookie’s original.
Chicago based twin brothers James and Paul Makelwein have corralled much attention this year. From international bookings to Hardwell spinning their remix to Martin Garrix’s “Animals” at both Electric Zoo and TomorrowWorld, Milk N Cookies seems to have time on their side. “Mastadon” is featured as part of the duo’s new “Fresh Out the Oven” EP alongside “Fall Semester,” which we also love. Both tracks are great and both are completely free! Start watching out for Milk N Cookies now because these guys are one hell of a talent.