Ferry Corsten x We Are Loud – ‘Here Comes The Love’
Ferry Corsten and We Are Loud deliver yet another outstanding all-Dutch link-up. A cross-genre track oozing with club allure, ‘Here Comes The Love’ is the kind of record dance music fans will embrace wholeheartedly.
Giuseppe Ottaviani x Dan Soleil – ‘Hero’
For ‘Hero’, Giuseppe Ottaviani develops a robust groove to his mid-paced backing, adding the most casual of 80s synth touches and trance licks, whilst giving its sonic pallet an abiding air of the noir. Walking the finest of tonal lines, with his song, Dan Soleil moodily outlines Giuseppe’s production, never letting his delivery drift into either the melancholic, or the overtly uplifting.
Chapter & Page – ‘Revelation (Alex Di Stefano Remix)’
Technoclub Retro returns with the Alex Di Stefano remix of ‘Revelation’ by Chapter & Page released back in 2000 on the iconic label Tetsuo. Alex’s sound merges tech trance and uplifting in a powerful combination with tribal techy drums, slamming punchy kicks, full on bass lines along with touches of acid and a long atmospheric breakdown that highlights the moody yet sinister melody. The climax is rough, raw, banging and full of twists and surprising turns.
Will Sparks – ‘Say It Again’
Instilling every bit of time and effort to bring his modern take on house music to a global stage, Will Sparks returns to Armada Music for the release of his newest single ‘Say It Again’. This invigorating house record will send vibrations throughout your body pleading for a dance.
Andrew Rayel – ‘Elements Of Harmony (FYH 300 Anthem)’
This official anthem for the 300th episode of Andrew Rayel’s Find Your Harmony radio show strikes a perfect balance between limitless power and crowd-revving euphoria. Juggling the massive melody and classical breakdown with multilingual voice fragments from the show’s most loyal supporters, ‘Elements Of Harmony’ paints an incredible picture of the state of trance music today.
Blond:ish x Francis Mercier x Amadou & Mariam – ‘Sete’
“We love ‘Sete’ by Blond:ish and Francis Mercier. It amazes us how other artists give our songs a new sound, especially the creative freedom they express in their work. It’s impossible not to want to dance to this song. We love it!”— Amadou & Mariam
Joachim Pastor x Signum – ‘Something You Need (Stereoclip Remix)’
Delivering a listening experience that borders on cinematic wonder, Belgian tastemaker Stereoclip shows the full extent of his broad skill set as a producer. With atmospheric vocals, warm pads and delightful breakbeats, this rendition of Joachim Pastor and Signum album-featured collab, ‘Something You Need’ is without a doubt something you and all other dance music fans need.
The Librarian – ‘miss u’
Known for her innovative DJ sets and cultural influence as Bass Coast Festival’s co-founder and music programmer, Andrea Graham AKA The Librarian returns to the forefront of modern bass music with her sophisticated, 6-track EP ‘miss u’.
Allen Watts vs Yoshi & Razner – ‘Bohemia’
After getting a remix from Yoshi & Razner on his 2020 single ‘GDL’, Allen Watts teams up with the Spanish brothers for a monumentally forceful record. As energetic as it is thrilling and uplifting, ‘Bohemia’ will give any Trance fan that surge of adrenaline they so desire.
Marino Canal – ‘Nostalgia’
Graceful, spellbinding and crafted to perfection, Marino Canal’s ‘Nostalgia’ is the ideal soundtrack for an evening spent dining in Antwerp’s finest restaurant. From the palatable tones to the deliberate downtempo rhythm, this track will prove quite the treat for dance music’s true connoisseurs.
Doorly x Gene Farris x Rowetta – ‘Acid Hearts’
Collaboration often spurs the best of creatives, pushing them to level up their own artistry to create an amalgam of the best they have to offer. Adding that notion to a cast of legendary Artists, Doorly, Gene Farris & Rowetta have sparked magic with their new EP, ‘Acid Hearts’. Released via the colorful, enigmatic imprint of Desert Hearts, the project fuels the endearing aspect of the labels sounds and messaging while spotlighting each artist as their own sonic innovator.
Madeaux – ‘Something Real’
Miami-based maestro Madeaux creates music for physical transcendence. A singer, songwriter, producer, and all-around sonic visionary, returns to kick off his ‘Near Life Experience’ LP with the sprawling, psychedelic single ‘Something Real’ via his imprint Limbo Records.
Ekonovah – ‘Between The Lines’
Bag Raiders – ‘Ur Heart’
“This is the first in a long line of new material. It’s been super refreshing for us to turn our gaze squarely back on the dance floor and make music that doesn’t overthink it and just aims to get the legs moving and the blood pumping.”— Bag Raiders on ‘Ur Heart’
Parov Stelar – ‘Toxic Lover’
The track immediately kicks off with the famous sultry vocal, paired alongside an expertly-crafted palpable tension. The build-up rises, and is quickly unleashed in full force as the bass drops. A series of rolling soundscapes, a propelling ambiance, and an enthralling intensity characterize the majority of the rework, in turn marking Parov Stelar’s ‘Toxic Lover’ as a prime reimagining that stands apart from its source material in all the best ways. Opting for a more energetic approach, the original’s slower pace is nowhere to be found as the anthemic remix takes the listener on a tour de force of sound.
Disciple Round Table – ‘Knights Of The Round Table’
Gather around for Disciple Round Table’s fifth volume of the ‘Knights of the Round Table’ Compilation. The compilation is an explosive celebration from the leading heavy dubstep and riddim label. The colossal album showcases a wide range of talent, from the biggest in the game to the most underground producers.
Kavinsky – ‘Reborn’
While still infused with his trademark theatrical synth pop landscapes and just as visually evocative as Outrun, ‘Reborn’ is sonically larger. Outrun was an album of its time, fast and furious, produced in full throttle / full compression mode. On ‘Reborn’, Kavinsky wanted to record something more timeless and more musical by taking the time to experiment with gear, instruments and his collaborators.
Surf Mesa x Nitti Gritti – ‘Marching Band’
Surf Mesa has teamed up with Latin GRAMMY® award-winning producer/acclaimed DJ Nitti Gritti, who is also one half of the GRAMMY-nominated SIDEPIECE, on ‘Marching Band’, a joyous single primed to fuel summer romances and festival season. After opening with a gentle, breezy melody, the song erupts with sensual Latin-tinged horns, relentless beats and chopped vocals.
Jiqui – ‘Dark Matter’
Joseph Ashworth – ‘Stay’
“‘Stay’ is the connection of ten tracks I started over the past five years. Time and patience were key in the recording process, with an aim to make each track as unique and emotionally vivid as possible.”— Joseph Ashworth
Bok Nero – ‘DROP’
Bok Nero fuses his fiery vocals with hard grimy trap drums to create the explosive high-powered single ‘DROP’. The track packs a punch, seamlessly transitioning from heavy 808s and striking rap verses to robust future bass style drops. From the start, Bok Nero’s achieves an effortless “bounce” that so many in rap music crave. ‘DROP’ layers punchy drums with powerful horns to lead into a vibrant bass cascade of color.
Maga – ‘Here To Stay’
The first installment of Scenarios sees three (Maga, Sean Doron and Tim Engelhardt) of the five members collaborate on ‘Here To Stay’, a meandering, emotionally-charged offering packed full of poignant chords and textured drum patterns throughout.