Tritonal kicks off 2019 strong with the release of their new anthemic single “Easy”. Delivering a cravable dose of Chad and Dave’s house-infused signature sound, “Easy” is a brilliant euphoric song and gives fans another taste of their upcoming U & ME album.
R3HAB shows his chill side on the newly released Radio Silence – EP which features the latest single of the same name from his recent sophomore album The Wave. “Radio Silence” showcases Canadian pop singer Jocelyn Alice, whose stunning vocals combine with organic instrumentals to weave a wistful tale of loneliness and escapism that is easily relatable. R3HAB incorporates a soft uptempo drop to add a swell of hopefulness, leaving the listener with the inherent knowledge that, despite hardships, life is still beautiful. Read more about it here.
Showcasing his ever-evolving sound palette, Jason Ross continues to broaden his sonic horizons with “The Gorge,” his latest single release from the upcoming Rooms – EP. In addition, Jason is pleased to release his first “Rooms Mix”, the debut installment of a 6-part series to be spread across 2019. Read more about his Rooms tour, here.
Rydex takes us “Deep Inside” the rabbit hole, where we find a high quality production ready to rock the airwaves and dance floors. Trance lovers will surely love this high-BPM record. Flashover Recordings once again fills our aspirations of being delivered great trance tunes.
Will Clarke and Nick Monaco of DIRTYBIRD Records released a new track that is sure to quickly become an anthem for rave chicks everywhere. While the song is an undeniable hit for techno lovers of all genders and walks of life, “Like a Girl” definitely appeals to the badass ladies who love booty percolating. Wanna hear more about this track, go here.
The British bass duo, Shapes are following up releases on DJ Zinc’s Bingo Bass and Saucy Records with another banger for Circus in the shape of “What U Want.” You won’t want to sleep on these guys, a seemingly unstoppable force. Shapes are launching into 2019 with a cache of juggernaut tunes and “What U Want” is most definitely leading that charge. Learn more about this juicy record, here.
Party Favor throws it back to arguably one of the best years in dance music with his new single “2012,” a quintessential ‘twerk music’ tune that still hits just as hard in the present day. The Los Angeles-based artist pays homage to his musical roots with a mid-tempo, bouncy track that is infused with heavy, hip-hop-influenced bass. Get your twerk on and read more, here.
The ASOT 900 anthem, “Lifting You Higher” got some 138 treatment by trance producer, Avao. You’re really gonna have the urge to move when this track comes on. We can’t wait to hear this one over the speakers at festivals this summer.