At just 19 years old, Oliver Heldens has epitomized a love for back-to-basics house fundamentals now shared across the industry. Back on Spinnin Deep for the first time since transforming Robin Thicke’s “Feel Good” into a modern club weapon, the young Dutchman lends his hand to Utrecht’s own The Voyagers to continue the momentum for his year of dance floor reckoning. The back-and-forth of Haris’ catchy topline and those familiar full-bodied leads beckon another welcome installment of Helden’s fresh faced take on the sound mainstream media and new-found fans alike have taken to calling deep house. What the man behind “Koala” brings to the party isn’t by any means new, but the confidence and quality that his productions muster remain evidence enough that somewhere along the lines, this young chart-topper has found an elixir for taking credible house music to the masses without any unnecessary gimmicks. With whisper of his latest collaboration alongside Sander Van Doorn on the horizon, the Helden’s edit of “A Lot Like Love” sounds a lot like a next generation kingpin on an unprecedented spike.