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“Just Like You” I “Chase” The New Music | Fresh Music Friday

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Marsh -“Lailonie” (The Remixes: Part 1)

Rising Anjuna favorite Marsh released his second studio album “Lailonie” at the close of 2020 and he now shares the first of two remix packages. “Lailonie (The Remixes: Part 1)” features mixes from Canadian producer Simon Doty, Russia’s Amonita, and UK-based Frost. Simon Doty returns to the label with his remix of “Beech Street“. Marking her Anjunadeep debut, Russian DJ and producer Amonita has made a name for herself over the past few years with a string of well-received releases and now joins the Anjuna ranks with an organic house twist on “There For Me”. London-based producer Frost makes a welcome return, putting his touch on album highlight “Don’t Wait” featuring Mariel Beausejour.

Franky Wah – “Should Have Seen It Coming”

Franky Wah kicks off 2021 with the new EP “Should Have Seen It Coming,” his maiden release on the legendary Anjunadeep! The four-track EP Showcases the artistry that led to the union of artist and label. The skyrocketing DJ will be the next to take the reins on the iconic Anjunadeep Edition mix series, further cementing the new addition’s place in the roster.

Farius -“Quiet Hope”

British producer Farius is kicking off the new year with a fresh new release, “Quiet Hope“. This track is a euphoric trance masterpiece! This single is just the start of what’s to come from Farius in 2021. Fans can expect plenty of new music, as well as other creative projects from the producer.

R3HAB X Rakhim X Smokepurpp – “Fendi”

R3HAB once again crosses genres and cultures by joining forces with Miami rapper Smokepurpp and Russian TikTok star Rakhim for a multi-lingual single “Fendi“. Opening with a hard-hitting and rhythmic tempo, the track first ventures into the realm of hip-hop influences with rap lyrics and the title’s catchy vocal hook. Fans will recognize the subtle but confident shift to R3HAB’s signature electronic bass style in the second verse as a slapping bassline takes over. Smokepurpp and Rakhim trade off vocal duties in both English and Rakhim’s native Russian language, making “Fendi” full of surprises to keep listeners on their toes.

John Roberts – “Freaks”(Remixes)

John Robert’s single “Freaks” produced by Junior Sanchez and released last year is getting a three-track remix package by Harry Romero, Tommie Sunshine & On Deck, and Ant LaRock. These new reworks are taking his vibe to new heights and offering a fresh take on the hit track!

Matt Fax – “Atlas/Lyra/Shuttle”

Matt Fax returns to the Colorize fold with three unreleased fan-favorites, “Atlas“, “Lyra” and “Shuttle“. This three-track EP continues to showcase Matt Fax’s diversity in his fluid progressive production, with the French DJ/Producer only getting better with each release. “Atlas” is a stellar, synth-heavy romp, a classic Matt Fax production that is punchy and direct. “Lyra'” follows with its bouncier rhythms and more ethereal vibe, and he closes with the deeper and more airy “Shuttle”.

White Cliffs – “Just Like You”

Brooklyn-based psych/electronic/rock artist White Cliffs released his latest single Just Like You which will appear on his upcoming EP “Stockholm” due out later this month. This release is a dynamic anthem, a dazzling merry-go-round of guitar effects that sounds like a Ferris wheel or amusement ride at sunset effortlessly blending psychedelic elements with indie rock, soul, and electronic.

TroyBoi – “Vibez Vol. 4”

TroyBoi has released his latest EP “V!BEZ Vol 4 on his label T Dot, giving fans a listen to his musical journey coming through the global pandemic over the last eight months. The EP features seven tracks highlighting six brand new productions. Fans will definitely have a few new favorites from this much-anticiapted release.

Gigi Rowe – “Lollipops”

Dayglo 80’s influenced pop artist Gigi Rowe released her latest single and video for Lollipops“. The synth-pop track takes the listener to a technicolor dreamland full of youthful musings. “‘Lollipops’ is like my theme song,” says Gigi. “It opens with a ‘stubbornly happy’ sound and tells a story that is all at once sweet and memorable.”

Ghost Data – “Queen of Knives”

Visionary songwriter, producer & visual artist Ghost Data just released his next single, “Queen Of Knives,” which is the new theme song for popular VTuber, tarantula owner, and knife collector Susu’s character, Draculita! This release is an epic bass-filled banger!

GusGus – “Stay The Ride”

GusGus, the expert architects of transcending through an intersection of genres, continue to peel the layers off the release of their forthcoming studio album “Mobile Home” with a new single titled “Stay The Ride”. This single slows down the tempo and intimately invites the listener to embark on an explorative journey through a world wherein machines have taken over. The release cascades into a minimalist synth-kissed anthem that sets the stage for the 9-track endeavor anxiously waiting ahead. The track widens GusGus’s ever-expanding encyclopedia of beautifully layered soundscapes with mesmerizing melodies and bold, unashamed synth hooks.

Various Artists – “Rotate Vol. 5”

The IN / ROTATION crew is weaving together the fifth installment of its ever-growing “Rotate” compilation series. With 13 well-rounded tracks “Rotate Vol. 5” fills up each of the slots of the latest edition of “Rotate”, there most certainly will be a vibe found within that hits close to home for almost every type of house-head in the scene. Between the bumpin’ bass house to the more reserved tech grooves, this new batch of tracks shines a light on key players from all corners of the community.

Y-Balloon – “Messanger”

classically trained producer Y-Balloon released his new single Messenger” ft. vocalist Molly DeWolf. This release takes on a life of its own as individual sonic elements interact and reveal their intricacies to the listener. Organic sounds establish a cool atmosphere with vibrant electronics reaching across and coloring the scene like fireworks. Molly DeWolf’s emotive vocals carry weight and Y-Balloon’s production underpins the struggle between heartbreak and resolution providing glimpses of a future beyond the darkness and loneliness.

Rat City & Dagny – “Bad”

Super-producers Rat City joins forces with Norwegian pop star Dagny on their most infectious single yet, “BAD” Regarding ‘BAD’s empowering message, Dagny states: “I wrote “Bad” in Stockholm with Gustav Nyström and Hilda Stenmalm, before I went into the studio with Rat City who really helped bring the song to life. For me, the song is about finally standing up for yourself and being strong and bold in a challenging situation. It’s quite a dramatic song and lyric, which is quite the opposite of what I am, but sometimes it’s fun to be a more extreme version of yourself when you write.

Rozei – “Chase”

Viral hitmaker Rozei has been making a name for himself with his signature melodies and unique ability to effortlessly combine a hip-hop bounce, alternative fluency, and pop zeal. His new release “Chase is a catchy electro-pop-hip-hop blend and will definitely be a new fan favorite!

Kito – “Recap”

Kito, VanJess, and Channel Tres team up on the infectious new single Recap“. A soulful, syncopated sliver of pop perfection that suggests when a relationship gets too complicated, it’s time for a “recap”, a return to the beginning and the early joys that first sparked romance. An effortless, imaginative, genre-bending track that will surely be a new fan favorite.

EdOne – “Cramp”

One of Techno’s most creative contemporary stars, EdOne, makes his debut contribution to John Digweed’s illustrious Bedrock Records, with a mesmerizing three-track offering in the form of Cramp“. EdOne’s increasingly authentic approach to production subverts the traditional techno format, championing layers of sonic textures, pitch bends, and tempo changes that highlight his uniquely creative perspective on the genre. With the rising star’s experimental sensibilities front and center, “Cramp” serves as another stellar addition to Bedrock’s ever-flourishing back-catalog.

Francis Derelle – “Same Mistake”

Bass regulator Fransis Derelle returns to Monstercat with his next multi-layered production, bringing on vocalist Josh Rubin for “Same Mistake.” The track finds its stride in the emotive moments between heavy drops and futuristic swells, combining to create a powerful atmospheric collaboration. Fransis shares, “Same Mistake” is one of my personal favorites. We wanted to display true emotion through music and that’s something I feel like we were able to accomplish.”

Pushing Daizies – “Want It To End”

Unidentified duo Pushing Daizies makes their official debut with the future bass inspired track “Want It To End“, a groovy and yet emotive vocal anthem that introduces their signature sound. The track’s accompanying lyric video features a simple and yet powerful illustration of two daisies in a storm, bringing the symbolic nature of the duo’s name full circle.

Doctor P – “Way To You”

Doctor P has the perfect prescription to take on 2021, his new release “Way To You” featuring the platinum-selling Dani Senior. This single is a high strength dose of infectious bass music with the hook content off the charts. A dream team like no other, this track will remind us all how gifted these artists are in a dynamic and direct package.

*Featured image | via Marsh, Gigi Rowe, Franky Wah, and Farius*

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