Luttrell – “Operation Midnight“
Anjunadeep favorite Luttrell returns with the new single “Operation Midnight“; the lead single from his forthcoming EP “Music For My Memories Pt. II“. “I was inspired to write a song that brought me back to the time when I first realized how much I loved dance music. ‘Operation Midnight’ is meant to transport the listener back to the carefree club life that we all know and miss so much,” Luttrell says. “Music For My Memories Pt. II” marks the second of a trilogy of works to be shared throughout 2021.
Farius – “Chromosphere”
British DJ / Producer Farius continues to build steam with his brand new single “Chromosphere“, an exquisite production that puts his masterful approach front and center. This release follows up perfectly with his signature sound that has you raring for festival season ahead.
All That MTRS – “Scrolling Up”
Skytech and Fafaq return with another hot collaboration under their joint alias All That MTRS. “Scrolling Up” is a cheeky play on society’s social media-checking habit, using a catchy vocal riff as the complement to the track’s funky, deep, but techy sound. The two talented Polish producers pull out the stops with growling synths and a minimal, driving bassline, making for a danceable track that is reminiscent of dark club dance floors.
HNTR – “Shadows In The Dark”
Toronto-based producer HNTR makes his debut on fellow Canadian deadmau5’s acclaimed label, Mau5trap with “Shadows In The Dark” featuring Elliot Moss. This single is a progressive house escape perfectly fit for mau5trap’s moody catalog. With a strong progressive bassline and hard-edge synths dressed in the evocative vocals of New York-based songwriter and producer Elliot Moss, the single nests itself somewhere in the kaleidoscope hours before sunrise begins to dust the dancefloor.
BOMBAYS – “Voyeur”
BOMBAYS releases his newest single “VOYEUR”. Further pushing the boundaries of house music, and boasting a one-of-a-kind groovy production. The intricate details of the release are proudly broadcasted throughout the four-minute track. It takes you on a dark journey with its distinguishing quick percussion and mysterious female vocals. With a touch of both progressive and bass house, “VOYEUR” encompasses everything a dance music lover is looking for.
Silvia Soul – “Be A King”
Brazillian house dignitary Silvio Soul returns to his own Soul Soul Records for a profoundly unique single “Be A King”. Blending his own melodic house mastery with the uplifting instrumentation of Brazillian rock outfit Rosetta T, this release stands out as an unparalleled crossover track with an immediately broad appeal.
ZHU – “Dreamland”
ZHU releases his third studio album, “DREAMLAND 2021“. While he recorded the album at home, lockdown didn’t prevent the GRAMMY®-nominated artist from enlisting a vast cast of guests. With all these collaborators in tow, “DREAMLAND 2021” feels like a manifestation of the communal feeling of the dancefloor, the warmth of a night dancing with your closest friends.
Louis The Child – “So What”
Chicago-bred production duo Louis The Child release their brand-new single “So What” featuring the contemporary electronic dance-pop trio, A R I Z O N A. This track is the first single off of the pair’s forthcoming album “Euphoria”, which is set for release later this year. This single is a catchy electo-pop tune and will having you siinging along in no time!
VNCCII – “Power 2 Load”
Sydney-based multidisciplinary artist VNCCII releases her debut single of 2021, “Power 2 Load“. This single is accompanied by a Tron-inspired futuristic game-style music video featuring her Super Sentient A.I. Avatar. Produced in Ableton, the new single is fast-paced yet simultaneously cinematic in its appeal with its roaring bass, deep subs, high-intensity drums, and futuristic sci-fi alien A. I soundscapes.
Morgin Madison – Living The Phantasm”
Morgin Madison excitedly unveils his debut album, “Living the Phantasm“. A sonic introspective journey uniquely chronicled through twelve compelling tracks. Morgin Madison creatively funnels the personal highs and lows of a year that seems to have been ripped from a dystopian alternate reality. When the year 2020 plunged much of the world into an extended period of tension and gloom, Morgin found himself at home creating music for a time that felt like a distant dream, and the new album was born.
John Roberts “Lights Out” (Felix Da Housecat & Dave The Hustler Remix)
Dance floor luminaries Felix da Housecat & Dave the Hustler have remixed John Roberts’ latest single “Lights Out” featuring Debbie Harry. John Roberts says about “Lights Out,” “We wrote it as a ‘fuck fear’ kind of song, about not being afraid of the unknown stuff without getting too serious. When we were writing it, COVID was just starting to creep in and you could feel like we were headed towards something bad, so it had this post-apocalyptic kind of vibe around it too.” Originally produced by Junior Sanchez, Felix da Housecat & Dave the Hustler’s upbeat, retro-disco take only enhances the song’s feel.
ALLISTER X – “Rich Bitch”
Brooklyn-based artist ALLISTER X is a powerful force with an exceptional talent for producing bright, energetic tracks with sprinkles of jazz flair. ALLISTER X pounds confidence and swagger through your speakers in “Rich Bitch“. Thumping drums, bright horns, and the occasional robotic vocal fit together to make one high-energy track that holds nothing back.
Activa & Shannon Hurley – “Return to Life”
“Return To Life” is the first track to be taken from the third artist album from DJ, producer, and revered underground operator Rob ‘Activa’ Stevenson. The full album is set for release later in 2021 and it’ll open a highly anticipated new chapter from the talented artist. The new release sees singer Shannon Hurley reconnect with Rob. The release picks up on themes of our current times. Shannon’s lyrics view the world through the lens of physical separation, creating a song that rests on the pivot of lament and hopeful belief. Rob’s production echoes Shannon’s emotional beats, initially carrying a distinctly progressive flint, before blossoming out into synth-driven optimism.
ford. & Barre – “4:38 AM”
Grammy-nominated indie-electronic music producer ford. has unveiled a new “Bedroom Reprise” version of his track “4:38am“, featuring Brooklyn-based artist Barrie. Combining delicate piano chords with Barrie’s hushed vocals, the ‘Bedroom Reprise’ version of ‘4:38am’ is a sparse, stripped-back take that further accentuates the track’s understated beauty. The touching accompanying video sees the pair performing the track in two separate locations in the confines of a warmly lit studio and bedroom. Check out the video HERE.
Johannes Motschmann – “Lifestream” (Luke Slater’s 7th Plain Remix)
English techno pioneer Luke Slater has taken neo-classical composer Johannes Motschmann‘s track “Lifestream” to the club. Slater, who is a household name in the Brit-techno gave the track an insistent beat under which echoes of piano and other fragments of Motschmann’s original tune can be heard nostalgically. Luke Slater provides the first track of the EP, taking Motschmann’s rich instrumental tune in to a world of driving beats and clubby atmosphere.
Mazare & Keepsake – “Open Heart”
Mazare returns with another propulsively driving original production, “Open Heart“, with UK producer Keepsake, and Israeli singer Liel Kolet. The impassioned delivery serves as a prime counterpart to the rising tension and eventual hefty bass drop, which takes the form of a full-fledged rock anthem, simultaneously crossing into drum & bass territory. Blending genres with ease, Mazare & Keepsake’s latest hard-hitting endeavor is quintessential electronic rock at its absolute finest.
Prince Paris – “Slow Down”
Prince Paris has paired up with songstress Willa on their latest single, “Slow Down“. Speaking of the single, Prince Paris tells us: “Slow Down” started as just a simple piano melody I loved, once Willa got on it she really took the magic up a notch bringing the melody to another level. The drop naturally came afterwards to create that summery floating feeling.
Elephante – “High Water”
Elephante combines his high-energy dance roots with his songwriting, vocals, and electric guitar to create hypnotic new single “High Water”. Regarding the track’s inspiration, he explains, “it’s about my experience in my younger years withdrawing from opioids. The darkest moment in addiction where your mind gets so twisted that all you can think about is getting back to that high. During the pandemic, I thought a lot about that time in my life and saw a lot of parallels with life in quarantine, where all I wanted was to get back to the way things were pre-COVID, no matter the cost.”
Rich Delinquent – “Bad Time”
Enigmatic young Australian artist Rich Delinquent has unveiled his new single “Bad Time“. This release is an emotion-driven single that sees him channel his inner struggles into something powerful and profound. The dark, psychological official video accompanying it sees the track’s themes communicated in visual form.