Classic organ-bass bump and grind from Marc Volt and Divine pushes speakers back while keeping its daytime options open. Theirs is a sharp and skippy vocal house session that you can take as a heart-on-sleeve love song, or a serious bumper to wrap your body around, getting more intimately acquainted on a stylishly soulful breakdown. Volt and Divine prove to be a match made in heaven, especially with names that sum up ‘All I Need’ perfectly as they reach the pinnacle of dancefloor drive and vocal bliss.
Marc Volt brings a spark to the house scene that his name demands, lighting up playlists and sets belonging to Danny Howard, Hannah Wants, Camelphat, Solomun, Riva Starr and Joris Voorn: a star selection of those hyping the Amsterdam-based producer’s sound. The Toolroom, Stereo Productions and Snatch! labels, and Mysteryland, Promised Land and ADE live stages, lead the list of outfits Volt has sent his electric sound through, and Volt riding with Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano saw their ‘In My Mind’ collaboration become a Spotify sensation, totalling over a million streams and counting.
Divine brings an all singing, all dancing, all spinning, always hype performance across the entire house spectrum, with Simma Black, Spinnin’ Records and Armada SBJKT but three beneficiaries of the Curacao-born entertainer giving it all she’s got. Always into something both domestically and globally, Divine has had the chance to work with a host of hot properties headed by The Deepshakerz, Rene Amesz, Hatiras, Johan S, Danny Rhys and Elliot Fitch. Support for Divine verifies her godliness in house circles, with Low Steppa, Mark Knight, David Guetta, Sam Divine, Bob Sinclar and Oliver Heldens all in her corner, and Kiss FM and BBC Radio 1 blasting her across the world’s airwaves.
“‘All I Need’ was born in a lockdown session” says Volt, “during a time where we both felt the world needed some words about love and that special someone that will always complete you – a sweet track, made in sad times, that can now start spreading happiness”. For all the feels and freedom of house music, Volt and Divine ask that you look no further.
Listen to the track here.