Following an incredible festival season, widely acclaimed DJ/producer Quintino now drops one of late summer’s most anticipated tunes, joining forces with Spanish house maestro Plastik Funk for the lively anthem “Go Stupid.” It’s a destined mainstage favorite, blending the Dutchman’s famed electro vibes with heavy beats and sharp, ominous chords, resulting in a powerful crowdpleaser, sure to let everyone go stupid for the rest of the year. Already gaining traction on early support by some of the biggest names in the game, “Go Stupid” is officially out now on Spinnin’ Records.

Making waves for over ten years already, Quintino has impressively moved from young tastemaker to one of dance music’s most renowned artists. His genre defining 2011 electro house hit “Epic” (a collab with Sandro Silva) kicked things off, as he continued to impress an increasing international audience with major festival tunes like “Freak,” “I Just Can’t” (both alongside R3hab), Alok collab “Party Never Ends” and the Steve Aoki teamup “Mayhem,” all racking up tens of millions of streams.

Recently, Quintino developed his music even further, shaping his own big room progressive sound, dropping massively popular solo releases like “Switch Back,” “Coming Home” and last year’s smash “No Time.” 

Having built a similar impressive resume, Spanish-born, Germany based act Plastik Funk has created countless club hits since the early zeroes. Recently, his bass-driven, bouncing house style was accentuated by a series of popular tunes, from 2020’s disco tinged “Dare Me,” a collab with NERVO and Tim Morrison, and last year’s “Sweet Harmony” (alongside Dario Trapani and Ivan Cappello) to this year’s party starter “Groove Tonight,” a collab with Mr. Belt & Wezol and Tim Morrison.

READ MORE  Sander van Doorn makes fresh move with techno infused DJ weapon!

Now, both these hot shots have crafted one of this year’s most energizing tunes, swirling through electro, big room and future rave vibes, as everything boils down into the perfect storm “Go Stupid.”

Built upon a sturdy groove filled with acid bleeps and thrilling synth stabs, the song gains strength as the melody unfolds into a mesmerizing electro hook. Emphasized by spacious sound effects, the tune then drops hard into this melodic theme, unfolding a momentous anthem with impressive “Epic”-like proportions.

As the beat drops in full effect, the raw electro chords clearly underscore this is a tune for the masses, a flash of mainstage energy that’s bound to light up any crowd. It’s a trademark Quintino sound, brought to exciting new grounds with the seasoned production style of Plastik Funk. “Go Stupid” marks an impressive chapter in both these artists’ resumes, blending their respective talents into one monster of a crowdpleaser, already supported by DJ’s like Afrojack, W&W, Timmy Trumpet and Blasterjaxx. Be sure to go stupid with them when this smash hits you, cause this inevitable tune is going places.