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‘Let Me Go’ Listen To This Week’s ‘Fire’ New Tracks | ICYMI Monday

by Fresh Music Freaks Staff

Ben Böhmer – ‘Motherboard’

Following latest single ‘Zeit & Raum’, Ben Böhmer shares his second EP offering with ‘Motherboard’; a certified dance floor moment and highly sought after ID from Ben’s sets featuring vocal loops and a driving bass.

STANDERWICK – ‘What About Us (feat. Linney)’

Drawing from P!nk’s Grammy-nominated hit record, STANDERWICK and Linney’sWhat About Us’ aims to further the empowering and critical message of the original record. With Linney’s gorgeous and inspiring vocals slapped on a highly melodic bedrock that typifies the trademark sound of STANDERWICK, this record will ignite a fire in listeners worldwide.

Just A Gent x Caitlyn Scarlett – ‘Fire (Morgan Page Remix)’

“Working on this remix [‘Fire’] was a blast and I really wanted to merge vintage progressive house with an updated vibe. I’m a big fan of Just A Gent, so I’m excited everything came together and I hope everyone enjoys this mix!”

Morgan Page

Nicholas Gunn – ‘Fallen (Richard Durand Remix)’

Extending the reach of Nicholas Gunn and Alina Renae’s brilliant record ‘Fallen’, Richard Durand once again sets himself apart from his peers with this premier uplifting track. Basking in the radiance of the gorgeous vocals and utopian melody, this record is sure to touch Trance fans deep within with every play.

Rob Mooney – ‘Feelin’ Electro (Tasso Remix)’

Turning his hand to Rob Mooney’s 15-year-old classic, Tech Trance talent Tasso throws down bigtime on remix duty. Tearing sound systems apart with its bulldozing basslines and alpha male attitude, this high-octane rendition of ‘Feelin’ Electro’ will get those fists pumping in no time.

Avenia x With The Winds – ‘Falling’

Hybrid trance duo Avenia and With The Winds are no strangers to working together and bring another fantastic tune that was inspired by the haunting vocals in this track. ‘Falling’ kicks off with full impact and takes you straight into some massive supersaws that you’ll be sure to, dare we say it, fall in love with.

Sonny Fodera x Dom Dolla – ‘Moving Blind (Gorgon City Remix)’

Sonny Fodera and Dom Dolla leave ‘Moving Blind‘ in more than capable hands, as Gorgon City take a slice of the single’s appeal whilst adding their own signature spin. Boasting punchy synths, Gorgon City strip back the vocals and amplify the climactic riffs before catapulting into a meteoric drop enriched with the duo’s trademark sound taking ‘Moving Blind’ to a whole new realm.

Anabel Englund – ‘Picture Us’

Picture Us’ — written before COVID — is inspired by the PBS documentary “A Year In Space” which follows astronaut twins as one heads to space and the other remains earthbound. Connection is a staple in Anabel Englund’s songwriting and for ‘Picture Us’ she taps into the special bonds between people using the twin astronauts, who even though are thousands of miles apart, are still intertwined. It tells a story of two people who get through dark times together, knowing they can always count on each other.

Duke Dumont – ‘Let Me Go (Cerrone Remix)’

Legendary disco producer Cerrone has remixed Duke Dumont and RY X’s collaborative single ‘Let Me Go’. Losing none of the sensual emotion that makes the original so special, the Cerrone remix of ‘Let Me Go’ sees the French artist channel the classic disco sound into something slick and modern.

Madame Ghandi – ‘Visions Remixed’

Visions Remixed’ covers a wide spectrum of dance music across the globe, imbuing the EP with everything from Moombahton to UK garage, from Afrobeat and Baile funk to techno.  Percussive, warm and upbeat, the resulting EP repurposes Madame Gandhi’s original sound to create a distinct collection for dance or fitness communities and beyond.

Kai Stevens – ‘Hero’

Kai Stevens shows impressive signs of development and artistic maturity with his newest single. ‘Hero’ displays his unique variety of melodic dance pop; emphasizing Emily McNally’s beautiful vocals while surrounding them with light percussion and guitar that builds to his signature, subdued yet joyous future bass-infused drop.

Vincenzo Ramaglia – ‘La parole 6 (Shigeto Remix)’

“‘La parole 6 was a pleasure to rework. I have always enjoyed remixing any music with an ambient approach that incorporates some sort of live instrumentation. It gives me a lot of freedom to take it anywhere.”


Nazaar – ‘Overclocked’

Pakistan-based producer, Nazaar has been making waves on the hype from releases on Never Say Die, Excision Music, Heavyweight Records. He’s now adding Bassrush Records to that list, showing up with speaker-blistering dubstep joint called ‘Overclocked’.

SNBRN – ‘James Brown (feat. Malcolm Anthony x Anthony Isaiah)’

An upbeat single best suited for grooving, ‘James Brown’ is the intersection of classic house and new wave funk. With a penchant for all things house, SNBRN enlists Malcolm Anthony and Anthony Isaiah for a sonic fusion of danceable flair. Four-on-the-floor bass lines rally behind a sultry guitar riff, as intoxicating vocals send listeners through decades of dance. Stirring percussive elements round out the already burgeoning single, with Malcolm Anthony’s smooth flow and Anthony Isaiah’s soulful croons. Further solidifying his standing in the house and indie ranks, SNBRN’s ‘James Brown’ is yet another impressive notch in the producers prolific playbook.

Pawl x Discrete – ‘Type Like That’

Pawl and Discrete came together again for a sultry new chill house collaboration that is destined for success. ‘Type Like That’ features a sexy blend of tropical percussion, light guitar, howling vocal chops and smooth synths to create another undeniable groove that’s ready for the dance floor and the airwaves. Paired with new press photos and style-setting artwork, the new single rides high on the style and vibes of classical beauty and luxury.

Jason Ross – ‘The Accord’

Anjunabeats veteran Jason Ross returns with ‘The Accord’, his thumping contribution to ‘Anjunabeats Volume 15’. Once again demonstrating his versatility as a producer, ‘The Accord’ takes us back to Jason’s trance roots.

Monolink – ‘Sinner (Mathame Remix)’

Mathame’s remix sees brothers Amadeo and Matteo Giovanelli breathe fresh life into the already sublime original as they impart dynamic soundscapes and their cinematic, dream-like touch to Monolink’s inimitable vocals to create a euphoric, blockbuster cut — ‘Sinners’. 

Alok x KSHMR – ‘Let Me Go (feat. MKLA)’

Let Me Go’ is the perfect blend between Alok and KSHMR’s production styles, featuring smooth instrumental hooks, deep percussion and a rhythmic drop that all blend together to form a beautifully house-driven tune. MKLA adds sonic depth to the single with her rich vocals and transcendent melodies. ‘Let Me Go’ has been a long-time in the making and fans will certainly not be disappointed in this collaboration between the two legendary producers.

Timmy Trumpet x Vengaboys – ‘Up & Down’

Vengaboys swoop in once again to deliver the soundtrack to the summer. This time around, global DJ sensation Timmy Trumpet is all aboard a brand-new collaboration producing an addictive new rendition of this pop classic on Spinnin’ Records. ‘Up & Down’ is set to take to the airwaves and your favorite streaming platforms to ignite those feel-good vibes once more, all day long. 

Jon Gurd – ‘Lion’

“I was extremely fragile, trying to piece my life back together after what you could probably describe as a complete nervous breakdown, not sure of my sound or what I was trying to achieve, but was just going with the feeling. Getting that EP signed kind of made me sit up and take notice. It felt as though a clear path was forming. This led me to make the album ‘Lion’, and when I look back on my career in many year’s time, maybe releasing Lion on Anjunadeep will be the big milestone, let’s see. It certainly feels as exciting!”

Jon Gurd

*Featured image via Morgan Page, Duke Dumont, Alok and KSHMR*

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