Armin van Buuren x Jamis – ‘Boom Boom’
Fresh from including Jamis’ clubby twist on ‘Waking Up With You’ in his ‘Balance’ remix album, Armin van Buuren has teamed up with the designated remixer for the speaker-blasting ‘Boom Boom’. Armed with voracious synths, smacking drums and intense vocal shots, this blazing record is a prime-time power blast meant to set the dance floor on fire.
Morgan Page – ‘Addict’
Master of blending the worlds of pop and electronic into blissful progressive house, Morgan Page adds Future House into the mix with his new single ‘Addict’, sure to be a summer smash, out today for global release on Armada Music.
Ferry Corsten x Ciaran McAuley – ‘Mo Chara’
Drawing inspiration from the strength and reliability of friendship and comradery, Ferry Corsten and Ciaran McAuley’s ‘Mo Chara’ is an ode to those who stand by us no matter what. In both the darkest times and brightest days, this record will take listeners by the hand on a magical, Trance-tinged experience best enjoyed shoulder to shoulder with the ones you love.
BT – ‘1AM in Paris (with Matt Fax)’ / ‘The War (with Iraina Mancini)’
Today, Grammy-Nominated film composer, technologist, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and trance music icon BT releases his new double single ‘1AM in Paris (with Matt Fax)’ / ‘The War (with Iraina Mancini)’ on Black Hole Recordings. The double single showcases just a small fraction of what’s in store for BT’s forthcoming artist album, due later this summer.
Above & Beyond – ‘Reverie (feat. Zoë Johnston)’
Super8 & Tab x Fatum – ‘Open My Eyes’
The first track to come off of part two of Super8 & Tab’s ‘These Little Stories’ album, ‘Open Your Eyes’ sees the Finnish duo link up with Grammy nominated dance music group Fatum. A track that does both of its creators justice in terms of power and melodic intent, this record shows the world what stadium-quivering brand of Trance music is all about.
Ben Gold – ‘Starstruck’
When a record is this energetic, it can only be a Ben Gold production. A reimagination of his own 2011 masterpiece, ‘Starstruck’ brings back the memories whilst making its iconic melody hammer down on legions of clubbers once more.
Maarten de Jong x Corti Organ – ‘Flash’
A deluge of energy powering through your sound system, Maarten de Jong and Corti Organ’s first-ever collab hammers down like no other. From the surging synths and rousing melody to the stage-wrecking bassline, this record will make you go from 0 to 100 in a ‘Flash’. Or in the case of Corti Organ, way over the speed limit.
GT_Ofice – ‘Nextel’
Who remembers the ‘Nextel’ phones from back in the day? GT_Ofice does! He took the signature beep and turned it into a banging, bass-thumping club hit. With a funky bassline and catchy vocal sample — you’ll find yourself grooving along to the beat immediately.
Kaskade x Chemical Surf – ‘Pow Pow Pow’
Presenting explosive bass and drops full of groove, ‘Pow Pow Pow’ is one of those tracks that hits the dancefloor with a very high dose of energy. After several tours in Brazil, Kaskade continues to show his love for the country and its music, this being his first collaboration with Chemical Surf.
Project 46 – ‘Live Forever’
Project 46 pay homage to Avicii on ‘Live Forever’, which is their fourth single since returning from a 4-year hiatus this year. It delivers all the elements we grew to know and love from one of electronic music’s most prolific names. Opening with organic guitar instrumentals, the Canadian duo eases into uplifting melodies that gradually evolve into a progressive build-up and drop. Combined with hopeful vocals that are characteristic of Avicii’s music, ‘Live Forever’ will evoke a wonderful nostalgia that brings back the golden age of progressive house.
Sound Quelle – ‘Trait’
A defining album for Sound Quelle, ‘Trait’ embodies him as a person and as a musician. A sprawling exploration of the depths of deep and melodic house music, this bold, fifteen-track album is a truly gripping listen.
SAYMYNAME – ‘ELEVATED’
Featuring a lyrically expansive A-side, and a heavily underground B-side signature of the producer, ‘ELEVATED’ is SAYMYNAME at his best. In just two tracks, SAYMYNAME showcases his impressive versatility as a producer and composer through sweet lyrics and skull shattering festival trap.
CloZee – ‘Us (feat. The Kite String Tangle)’
At the heels of two widely-celebrated singles, ‘Winter Is Coming’ and ‘Air’, French producer CloZee delivers the third and final single from her highly anticipated LP ‘Neon Jungle’. ‘Us’ featuring Australian indie icon The Kite String Tangle.
partywithray – ‘Ya Bish’
Kidnap – ‘Grow (The Remixes)’
A mere week after releasing the official audio of Kidnap’s breathtaking album showcase in the London Planetarium, aptly titled ‘Planets Mix’, Kidnap places his debut album into the limelight once more. Boasting a mouthwatering array of tastemakers such as Ben Böhmer, CamelPhat, Submotion Orchestra and Chambray, this remix album of ‘Grow’ exemplifies the album’s inspiring story of growth as Kidnap’s originals are beautifully reimagined by his peers from all areas of the electronic music realm.
Nostalgix – ‘Spice Girl’
“To me ‘Spice Girl’ is all about being fierce and having the strength to go after what you want. Taking risks, and being bold. I started writing this record in Detroit taking inspiration from all of the art around me.”— Nostalgix
HVDES – ‘Subsurface’
The Los Angeles bass queen HVDES has conquered new territory with her latest single. ‘Subsurface’ sees her return to Kannibalen Records, however instead of her usual heavy signature, she offers up a dark, indie dance gem.
Leaving Laurel – ‘Through And Through’
A new project from American producers Pierce Fulton and Gordon Huntley, Leaving Laurel made their emphatic label debut in January and have since garnered a huge fanbase after remixing Anjuna maestros Andrew Bayer and Luttrell, and releasing ‘Through And Through’ on Anjunadeep’s flagship compilation. ‘Through And Through’ now receives an EP release alongside two new tracks ‘Take Your Time’ and ‘It’s Never The Last (Things Never Last)’. With warm enveloping arrangements, the duo’s latest reinforces their reputation for heartfelt analog electronica.
Tyler Lawrence – ‘The Heet’
A four-on-the-floor club ready hit, ‘The Heet’ serves as a powerful showcase of Tyler Lawrence’s innate house music mastery. Bursting at the seems with siphoning bass, Tyler Lawrence flexes his production prowess throughout the swirling 4-minute ride. Erring on a slightly sinister side, Lawrence’s upbeat single takes a turn towards heavy in the second drop, unleashing a nefarious blanket of bass upon its listeners.
J Boogie’s Dubtronic Science – ‘Be Free’
Om Records — one of America’s longest running independent music labels — is celebrating twenty-five years in the game this summer as a breeding ground for underground talent producing some of the greatest in the electronic, house, downtempo and hip-hop world. To mark the occasion Om is releasing ‘Om Records – 25 Years’, a special 26-track compilation of new tracks, unreleased material and Om classics. Singles available now from the collection come from Mark Farina & Homero Espinosa (‘The Story’), Reptile Room (‘Sunlite’) and Brooklyn’s Body Language ‘Let’s Try’. Today, Om has made available J Boogie’s Dubtronic Science’s ‘Be Free’ featuring the flute talents of Carlos Araiza as the fourth single.