Solarstone x Robert Nickson – ‘Voyager II’
Over its course, ‘Voyager II’ covers a swathe of Trance terrain. With its heaven-sent vocal harmonies and high-end piano keys chiming off its opening synth swells, it sets out its melodic case. Solarstone and Robert Nickson then engage the track’s drive chain, gear-shifting it with driven kicks, hi-hat hiss, bass freight, acidic curl and finally its unstoppably surging, ultimately sky-touching mainline.
Gareth Emery x NASH – ‘Yesterday (ft. Linney)’
From the touching piano tones and Linney’s empowering vocals to the melodic lift-off, ‘Yesterday’ symbolizes a much-needed step forward into the light. A signature Gareth Emery production embellished with the touches of NASH, this track fuels the fire and pushes on those who held back at the turn of the road.
ARTY – ‘Daydreams (Remixes)’
As fans have already gotten a taste of some of the renditions ARTY’s new record, the ‘Daydreams’ remix pack conjures up a wave of recognizability whilst ensuring full-scope dance music madness. With all artists adding their own distinct color to the single’s canvas.
Luttrell – ‘My Friend The Sun’
Luttrell offers up a first taster of his upcoming LP (‘Lucky Ones’) with the new club cut, ‘My Friend The Sun’. Bolstering an enigmatic vocal sample with an array of percussion and catchy synth stabs, Luttrell’s first album single demonstrates why he’s been championed by some of the industry’s most notable artists.
Mark Sixma pres. M6 – ‘Fade 2 Black (KhoMha Remix)’
Over ten years after its original release, Colombian Trance powerhouse KhoMha delivers his high-energy interpretation of ‘Fade 2 Black’, the iconic record Mark Sixma created in 2008 under his widely acclaimed M6 moniker. Chock-full of surging synths, anthemic melodies and a big bass drop, this remix is bound to set the dance music realm on fire.
Brando – ‘Look Into My Eyes’
Drawing inspiration from the numerous musical influences he indulged in growing up in Los Angeles, singer-songwriter Brando is releasing his first single of 2020, ‘Look Into My Eyes’. This track started off with the idea of flipping the ‘90s record ‘Would I Lie To You Baby’ by the UK duo Charles and Eddie. The end result is a range of cool vibes that dictate the groove with an innate catchiness that makes the track itself stand apart from the original and is perfect for the global dance music scene.
Jason Ross – ‘1000 Faces (ft. Dia Frampton)’
Jason Ross and Dia Frampton join forces to create another powerful future bass track that combines feelings of longing with energetic and euphoric drops. ‘1000 Faces’ has these stabbing arpeggios that penetrate the soundscape, while the juxtaposition of emotion and heavy bass exemplify Jason’s command and vision for his new style.
Marcus Santoro – ‘Blackout (ft. Laurent L’aimant)’
Australian producer, Marcus Santoro brings us ‘Blackout’ — a trance-infused production that gracefully fuses progressive house, big room, and trance sounds. With this track, Marcus stamps the electronic music scene with a sure-fire hit.
Fatum x Jaren – ‘Wait For The World’
An amazing collaborative effort from two of the scene’s most iconic acts, ‘Wait For The World’ is where eruptive vocals, thought-provoking lyrics and a radiant instrumental backdrop collide. From Fatum’s mainstage-ready production to Jaren’s gorgeous vocal contribution, this track has all the hallmarks of a timeless crowd favorite.
Gammer – ‘Brostep Strikes Back’
Dezza – ‘Close Your Eyes’
Whethan – ‘Stay Forever (ft. STRFKR)’
Confession – ‘Alchemy VI’
Grandma – ‘Stomp And Grind (partywithray Remix)’
Grandma has teamed up with technicolor hipster DJ partywithray for an upbeat, explosive rework of his wild and groundbreaking track ‘Stomp and Grind (feat. Rico Nasty)’. The mysterious partywithray adds his special touch to the genre-bending track
Discrete x Sistek – ‘Typo’
After a long night in the studio, the sun had finally risen when Sistek and co-writer Tudor finally landed on the guitar riff to ‘Typo’. Lyrics came quickly to them because whether they like it or not: they miss messy romance. Discrete invited Sistek to Stockholm to collaborate and upon hearing the rough demo of ‘Typo’, he insisted that they finish the track. Low and behold, we are now graced with this fantastic track.