‘Oh Lord’, this week’s new music from the likes of Toby Romeo, Jessica Audifred, Kaskade, SLANDER and more will help you ‘Getaway’ from all your problems.
SLANDER – ‘Love Is Gone (Kaskade Remix)’
“This is an incredible full circle moment for us in that Kaskade was one of the very first electronic artists we ever got the chance to see perform. The deep emotion of his music helped shape what kind of feeling we wanted to share with our project. We are so grateful for his version of ‘Love Is Gone’. It is an actual dream come true.”— SLANDER
Jessica Audiffred – ‘Getaway (feat. The Arcturians)’
The first lady of Circus, Jessica Audiffred returns with a dubstep juggernaut. Featuring The Arcturians, this track is going to do some damage physically and emotionally! No pissing around with a huge intro, just straight up banger. ‘Getaway’ is incoming!
Themba – ‘Ashamed (feat. Brendan Praise)’
Esteemed South African producer Themba and vocalist Brenden Praise have joined forces on new single ‘Ashamed’. Harnessing an infectiously jazz-driven energy, ‘Ashamed’ combines striding basslines and subtle, twinkling piano tones with the most endearing of vocals. Oozing warmth and sophistication, the track will have listeners enchanted from the string-led intro to the classic fade-out.
helloworld – ‘Something I Can’t Change’
The melodic bass artist helloworld has dropped a follow-up single on SLANDER’s Heaven Sent imprint with new track ‘Something I Can’t Change’. The mysterious artist has made an incredible first impression after debuting on Heaven Sent with the Pauline Herr collab ‘Voices’. Nearly half a year later, and helloworld is delivering the sophomore effort, ‘Something I Can’t Change’, a riveting number marked by glitchy, bit-crushed melodies, snappy percussion and a self-aware vocal finding freedom in leaving haters by the wayside.
TroyBoi – ‘Gyal (feat. Chris Marshall)’
“I’ve loved reggae music from a very young age. There is a huge West Indian community in the area that I grew up in South East London so I would alway hear the music being blasted from my neighbours houses or in the local shops I’d go to. I remember my parents played a lot of Bob Marley and UB40 in my house so it definitely inspired me greatly in my future productions. When I met Chris Marshall, we vibed extremely well in the studio and his vocal talents made it easy to create the music to accompany him. I’ve always wanted to make a reggae track [‘Gyal’] and we’re both so pleased with how it came out. When it comes to my music, I’m always ready to experiment, to step outside of the box and evolve my craft.”— TroyBoi
Martial Simon – ‘A Little Respect’
Martial Simon’s new age touch on ‘A Little Respect’ introduces lighter pitch-perfect tenors in lieu of original vocalist Andy Bell’s iconic falsetto delivery. The new rendition covers Bell’s catchy lyrics and slaps an electro house groove that turns the page on the 1988 single from synth-pop ubiquitous hit to an EDM main stage contender.
Waste Only – ‘People (Hold On)’
The return of the deadly Waste Only duo looks out over the warehouse and moves to the grinding of wall-to-wall bodies, following their previous artwrk bid to ‘Break the Needle’. While everybody’s doing their own thing, the proclamation of ‘People (Hold On)’ rallies the masses with convincing assurance, as much as it sounds like a declaration to dance or face your last breath. On another deep and funky pumper preferring the lowlights of underground partying, Waste Only keeps the vibe busy and bassy, and with the sweat-stained stamina to go all night.
Toby Romeo – ‘Oh Lord (The Remixes)’
Rising talent Toby Romeo returns with a remix EP for his latest hit single ‘Oh Lord’ featuring Deve. This time around, the young producer recruited Magnificence, RageMode, and Hayve for stunning, new reinterpretations of the anthemic track.
Casual T – ‘Hypnotized’
Showcasing ingenuity, Casual T delivers his entrancing new single ‘Hypnotized’. Drawing listeners in with bright, bubbly vocal chops and mesmerizing melodies, the enchanting new song instills listeners with an invigorating sense of optimism.