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Now Is ‘A Time To’ Have ‘Gratitude’ For This Week’s New Tunes | New Tunes Tuesday

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Above & Beyond x anamē – ‘Gratitude (feat. Marty Longstaff)’

Above & Beyond has released their long-awaited collaboration with anamē, ‘Gratitude feat. Marty Longstaff)’ through Anjunabeats.

ARTY – ‘So Good To Me’

The next track to highlight his considerable studio output, ARTY’s second single release of 2022 is dedicated to the special person you’d promise the moon, sun and stars to. Full of passion, appreciation and heartfelt, uplifting emotion, ‘So Good To Me’ is an anthem of love meant to be played out on the biggest dance floors in the world.

Andy Moor – ‘Under My Skin (Shogun Remix)’

Opening the floodgates for his 2022 release schedule, DJ and producer Shogun returns with a captivating new remix for his hit 2021 single, ‘Under My Skin’, courtesy of Andy Moor.  The latest and alluring addition to his discography features vocals from Jennifer Rene.

VNSSA – ‘Music4TheMasses’

“I’m really excited to have this EP [‘Music4TheMasses’] on Higher Ground. The idea behind these tracks was that I wanted to step outside of my comfort zone and make something I wasn’t hearing in the clubs. I wanted to make something different and unexpected that still worked on the dancefloor and I’m through the roof that Higher Ground liked the EP and signed it because I think it’s a great label for showcasing the unexpected.”


Carola – ‘Luchadora’

Already Carola’s third offering on Armada Music, ‘Luchadora’ effortlessly combines her groovy production aesthetic with the innate sensuality of Spanish vocals. Colorful, elegant and undeniably alluring, this track is meant to bring the heat in any dance music environment.

The Crystal Method – ‘The Trip Out’

The Trip Out’, released on Ultra Records, has pioneering American electronic act The Crystal Method (Scott Kirkland) looking to the future and embarking on collaborations with some of today’s most exciting and musically diverse artists.

Giorgia Angiuli – ‘A Time To’

Debuting on Electronic Elements, Italian starlet Giorgia Angiuli delivers one of the most spellbinding vocal-infused tracks of recent times. Allowing listeners to deep-dive into the highly atmospheric Intimate Mix before moving into a dance floor dimension with the groove-led Club Mix, ‘A Time To’ equals sonic wonder in twofold.

Glowal – ‘Trigger Your Sense’

“Of course, COVID isolation had a big influence on our musical output. As soon as we were able to let go of certain expectations and opinions, the creative flow followed quite naturally. Ninety percent of the album came out of a fifteen-day-long studio session we did between December 2020 and January 2021. From the writing of the lyrics to the growing presence of vocals, it was all a full immersive experience to us. Not something we planned, but something that just happened very naturally. 

During New Year’s Eve we spent the night inside of our studio finishing up the album and welcoming the new year feeling hopeful for the future. All of the melodies inside of the tracks on this album come from a mixture of emotions between the struggles we experienced these past years and the strong hope for better days moving forward. We’re very happy how it turned out! ‘Trigger Your Sense’ is basically an invitation for those who got lost to find that sense of life and hope again, like we experienced while making it. We hope you all enjoy it!”


Cory Wong – ‘Crisis (feat. Big Wild)’

GRAMMY® Award-nominated songwriter, producer, and guitarist extraordinaire Cory Wong has united with Portland, OR-based electronic music artist Big Wild for a brand new collaboration. ‘Crisis (Feat. Big Wild)’ marks the latest track release from Wong’s much anticipated new album, ‘POWER STATION’. 

The String Cheese Incident – ‘Into The Blue’

The String Cheese Incident released their first collection of new music since 2017’s ‘Believe’. The title track for the new EP, ‘Into The Blue’, was penned by SCI’s Michael Kang in 2020 as his mother was diagnosed with an aggressive form of pancreatic cancer. Kang says he saw his mother approach her diagnosis head-on. There didn’t seem to be any fear, or sadness. Instead, he saw her make a conscious decision to release herself of earthly matters and let the proverbial current carry her. A feat that seemingly can only be conquered once in a lifetime.

Spencer Ramsay – ‘Take It Easy’

Fast-rising dance artist Spencer Ramsay releases his new single ‘Take It Easy’, via Astralwerks. Co- written by Ramsay, ‘Take It Easy’ captures the essence of pure, unfiltered house music, resulting in an intoxicating blend of euphoric piano chords, rousing breakdowns and hands-in-the-air diva vocals.

Mansionair – ‘Shallow Water’

“‘Shallow Water’ is about our band cracking under pressure. We wrote it at a point when our friendships within the band were not in a great spot.  We were fighting a lot about really petty things and this song was the result of working through them. To me this song is about letting go of expectations of each other and accepting each other’s flaws. In doing so, we’ve come out the other side stronger and closer as a band than ever.”


Nala x Nikki Nair – ‘The World Is Always Ending’

Two of Dirtybird’s soaring members of the flock, Nala and Nikki Nair, release their collaborative EP ‘The World Is Always Ending’, the newest edition of the White Label Series.

Blunts & Blondes – ‘Think Of You’

Blunts & Blondes is skyrocketing into stardom at the crossroads of hip-hop and electronic music, garnering attention across the spectrum of the festival scene as he rolls out his debut album, ‘Story of a Stoner – a hip-hop forward project backboned in dubstep production. And ‘Think Of You’ is the first single off that album!

Kumarion – ‘Back Talk’

Kumarion is steering the conversation with his newest single, ‘Back Talk’, a neuro-laced drum & bass offering serving as his debut appearance for Bassrush Records

QUIX – ‘Enter With Caution (feat. Alix Robson)’

“It all started when I was sent the demo vocal from Alix Robson. I stopped everything I was doing and listened to it for about 10 straight minutes.  It was so magical and powerful all in one and I knew it needed the most triumphant instrumental!  I got to work ASAP and after roughly 6 different drop ideas, 15 different session files and 25 exported versions I finally got there and BOOM here is ‘Enter With Caution’!!! This beautiful vocal from Alix was the key to unlocking the power of this song, and with the hectic orchestral drum and bass dinger behind it, I knew we had something very special.”


No Thanks – ‘Sober (feat. Dirty Radio)’

Ahead of their anticipated US festival debut at Beyond Wonderland PWN in June, No Thanks cooks up a dance floor heater with Dirty Radio just in time for the start of their tour in May. ‘Sober’ layers warm synths and intoxicating vocals with a rich quality of production. It’s an instant classic that builds an electric piano riff into the ideal deep house drop, and a dynamic switch up in the second drop that is guaranteed to be added to your summer playlists.

Callie Reiff x Aviella – ‘Scream It Out’

Dim Mak’s next generation of all stars are here – and ready to break the mold. Channeling the cathartic energy that is screaming and singing in the car, Aviella sings about just that on ‘Scream It Out’, which features energetic and bass-boosted production from Callie Reiff


On  ‘SKYDIVE’, WAVEDASH brings listeners along for a stimulating exploration of hypersonic muse and revolutionary composition skills, a rousing peek into the trio’s updated style.  

Capozzi – ‘No One / AI Love’

Capozzi is roaring in with a ferocious double-sided single ‘No One / AI Love’, arriving as her debut appearance on the HARD Recs imprint.

*Featured image via Above & Beyond, anamē, Giorgia Angiuli and Shogun*

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