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John Summit x GUZ – ‘What A Life (feat. Stevie Appleton)’

With an earworm of a melody, rolling keys, and groove-filled bassline, John Summit’s What A Life’ brims with summertime energy and has all the makings of being the anthem of the season. 

David Guetta – ‘Family Affair (Dance For Me)’

Musical visionary David Guetta returns with new single ‘Family Affair (Dance For Me)’, out on FFRR / Warner Music. The certified tech house stomper features a throwback vocal, tying the track to Guetta’s early music roots and capturing the essence of Mary J Blige’s classic of the same name. ‘Family Affair (Dance For Me)’ is destined to make an impact on nightclubs, dancefloors and festivals all over the world.

Spencer Brown – ‘Reforma/Polybomba’

The ominous ‘Reforma’ shows off Spencer Brown’s darker production side with its brooding techno sounds. ‘Polybomba’ skews more towards the progressive indie-dance side of the house music spectrum and delivers on an ID Spencer’s fans have coveted for quite some time.

ZHU – ‘Musical Chairs Mixtape’

“When I was young, we would rip our favorite songs off the radio straight onto cassettes. I wanted to make something that reminded my fans of an era that was more physical.”

ZHU on his ‘Musical Chairs Mixtape

The Chainsmokers – ‘Time Bomb’

Grammy® Award-winning and chart-topping artist/producer duo The Chainsmokers have released their third and final deluxe track from their latest album ‘So Far So Good’ with the catchy and upbeat duet ‘Time Bomb’. 

MODUS – ‘MODUS (DERB Remix)’

Technoclub Retro brings back the exceptional anthem ‘MODUS’ by MODUS from 1998 with a stunning hard trance DERB remix. The legendary hard trance banger will please lovers of the classic track but will also introduce it to new generations with a bang. This remix respects the spontaneity and creativity of the classic by using the crazy, distorted, playful melody and by keeping the rough textures intact. This track is headbanging and hard with metallic basslines, raw kicks and a suspenseful breakdown that builds tension till the moment that the beat strikes back and is supported by razor sharp acid layers that cut deep. 

Bob Sinclair x A-Trak – ‘Deep Inside Of Me’

Two of dance music’s most instantly recognizable names, Paris house icon Bob Sinclair and Grammy-nominated Canadian DJ and producer A-Trak team up on ‘Deep Inside Of Me’. 

Matroda x Wax Motif – ‘La Candela Viva’

Wax Motif and Matroda are syncing up on their latest collaboration, ‘La Candela Viva’, a captivating tech house creation that is slated to light up dancefloors from all corners of the world by way of HARD Recs

Luke Brancaccio x Gai Barone – ‘All I Need’

“‘All I Need’ means a lot personally to both Gai Barone and I. It’s a track that has had a profound effect on us and with the album ‘Moon Safari’ being in our all time faves, it’s a sound we connected over. It’s soundtracked endless amazing life moments and experiences and really impacted on shaping and influencing our sound. It has been a real labour of love to get the new versions to a place we are happy and proud to release and I know something fans have long wanted.”

Luke Brancaccio

RaeCola – ‘Bezerk’

RaeCola is an emerging producer and DJ act that is off to an incredible start, picking up bookings at Day Trip and Dirtybird Camp Out prior to their debut EP, ‘Bezerk’. While the two have energized crowds and online audiences via their mixing skills, electric personalities and flashy looks, RaeCola has waited until now to share their vision for the future of house music.

sumthin sumthin – ‘Inhale’

On the tail of his label debut, sumthin sumthin rolls back around with another mind-altering release for Bassrush Records arriving in the shape of his sophomore single ‘Inhale’. 

Joshwa x Jaded – ‘Kerching (feat. Eliza Legzdina)’

Joshwa and Jaded are cashing in on their first collab together arriving in the shape of ‘Kerching’, featuring Eliza Legzdina, a triple-seeded single issued by Insomniac Records

Manila Killa – ‘Dusk’

“‘Dusk’ is my debut album, the apex of the sound I’ve been crafting over the years. I spent a lot of time during quarantine reflecting on what I wanted out of creating a full length album. I reached a realization that I wanted it to be a project that touched on all aspects of my inspirations and influences through dance music. The subjects and emotions I touched on consisted of heartbreak, yearning and resolve; all things I considered throughout the creative process. I took a dance-music driven approach to the production, reaching back to my roots and channeling the feelings I got when I first started listening to dance music. This album is something I’ve worked towards my entire life and I hope that people can resonate with the ideas and energy I’ve put into it.”

Manila Killa

Nostalgix – ‘Heat Rush’

Nostalgix’s ascent through the bass house scene has been nothing short of a dream. Her refreshing sounds, positive energy, and electrifying performances have garnered the attention of both fans and industry tastemakers alike. For her latest release, the producer is teaming up with Deadbeats on ‘Heat Rush’, a sultry and melodic bass house banger that features Dyer on vocals. 

GONE – ‘Out Of Time’

The heart races through an unrelenting storm of rhythm while thunderous basslines crash overhead. GONE’s very own vocals strike white-hot against a backdrop of strobing synths, pulling the listener deeper into a landscape of echoing memory. Like staring up at the night sky, ‘Out Of Time’ perfectly balances light and dark tones to evoke a sense of something greater.

Nightsteppaz x Roland Clark – ‘God Was In The Speakers’

“While out partying on King’s Day in Amsterdam, I heard a DJ playing some minimal house in front of an absolutely MASSIVE crowd, and I ran back to my studio with fresh beats in my head, which was the birth of ‘God Was In The Speakers’. I’m very excited to finally release this one to the world as my first of several releases this year.”

Nightsteppaz

Mild Minds – ‘DEVOTION’

Dynamically demonstrating diversity across his signature sound, innovation is an innate aptitude boasted by the Mild Minds project, surely to be furthered in the time ahead. The latest single ‘DEVOTION’ sets the stage for a new string of releases and ventures for the burgeoning artist across the remainder of 2022 and beyond. 

Miraclis – ‘Origin Of Truth’

The making of a maiden album can be a capricious process. One moment of outright musical flow paired with another period of sustained creative struggle are feats experienced by seasoned producers the world over. So when Miraclis was forced to hole away in his makeshift studio – in the midst of a global pandemic – the stage was set for something magical. Now it will see the light of day for the very first time with ‘Origin Of Truth’. 

Franc Moody – ‘Raining In LA’

“The early sketches for ‘Raining in LA’ were written on a rare, rainy day out in LA on a day off between tour dates. Something about the rain, and the grey clouds overhead evoked a strong sense of home, of missing loved ones and a yearning for things back in the UK – Lyrically the song acted like a letter back home, of counting down the days to be back with someone you love as well as baked beans and Scotch eggs. Most of the track came from our initial jam in LA, we took the stems back to our studio in London and finessed the elements we had with the usual FM blend of percussion, hot sauce and other condiments.”

Franc Moody

Marshmello x Mae Muller x Trippie Redd – ‘American Psycho’

Together the trio turned youthful angst in a toxic relationship into one of the summer’s best emo tinged alt smashes. In the Raja Virdi (Sigrid, Lewis Capaldi, Bring Me The Horizon) directed visual we find Mae Muller and Trippie Redd letting viewers into their worlds exemplifying the ups and downs of a relationship gone sour with a touch of Marshmello magic. The emotive lyrics over a rock influenced instrumental can make one ponder are we all ‘American Psychos’?

*Featured image via Bob Sinclair, A-Trak, Luke Brancaccio and Gai Barone*

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