Armin van Buuren x Ne-Yo – ‘Unlove You (Nicky Romero Remix)’
Nicky Romero has remixed Armin van Buuren and Ne-Yo’s single ‘Unlove You’. Nicky kept the original pop-house verses of the track intact, but added his signature progressive spin in the track’s choruses, making it a unique mixture of pop-house-progressive-EDM.
Kyau & Albert – ‘Euphonic 300’
Euphonic’s concept has always been quality over quantity! So it took almost 23 years from Euphonic catalogue’s number 1 to the big 300. This album is compiled and mixed by the label heads Kyau & Albert.
‘Euphonic 300’ features fresh 2019 productions, served by label veterans such as Ronski Speed and Steve Brian, but also brings big tracks from the next geneation of Euphonic producers. Additionally a couple of new exclusive productions by Kyau & Albert themselves, including their new KAST side project with Super8 & Tab.
Don Diablo – ‘Congratulations (feat. Brando)’
Don Diablo is back with a track that dots the I’s and crosses the T’s of a year already touted as his best one yet. ‘Congratulations’ sees him draft up a top-tier record in collaboration with California native Brando for a pop-EDM anthem.
Gareth Emery x Ashley Wallbridge – ‘Lionheart (Remixes) ‘
Spreading the message of ‘Lionheart’ all over, this remix package of Gareth Emery, Ashley Wallbridge and PollyAnna’s creative collision offers up a world of magic for all to hear. Driven by the production prowess of respectively Tom Fall, Hixxy, Dimibo, Magnus and Daxson, this peak-time selection is bound to take the throne of the electronic music jungle.
Solarstone x Activa – ‘Pure Trance Volume 8’
It’s come a long way, baby! When the first ‘Pure Trance’ album was released in November of 2012, the genre’s landscape was a remarkably different. Nefarious hands had again been at work – cynically drip-feeding poppy-pollutants into trance’s system. Inorganic quick-hit sugar highs that threatened its otherwise rich ecosystem, someone had to stand up, blow the whistle and become the countermeasure. That someone is Solarstone delivering his 8th annual edition of ‘Pure Trance’. This time inviting Activa to assist in mixing this utterly pure compilation album.
Thomas Gold x Teamworx – ‘We Remember’
One of electronic music’s most respected names, Thomas Gold has teamed up with Teamworx for ‘We Remember’. This one pays homage to the early days of house with a modern day approach. With a rolling bassline and funky notes, we’re sure to hear this one at clubs around the world this season.
Ben Gold & HVNNAH – Come Home
Telling the most touching story of all the tracks featured on part two of Ben Gold’s ‘Sound Advice’, ‘Come Home’ sees the U.K. melody master churn out another masterpiece. With great harmonies, HVNNAH’s soul-searching vocals and a strong, empowering message, this track will have fans embrace the music as one.
Marius Drescher – ‘Panem’
South African sensation Nora En Pure has announced the official launch of Purified Records. Marking the label’s first release is Berlin-based producer Marius Drescher with ‘Panem’. This EP is a collection of three tracks with a tech-house and progressive vibe.
Davey Asprey x Evan Henzi – ‘ALIEN’
As vast and expansive as the universe itself, this first-ever collab between Davey Asprey and Evan Henzi is bound to light up the biggest stadiums. Helmed by a scintillating melody and vocals that reach for the stars, ‘ALIEN’ brings together the earthly and the otherworldly for a dance of romance on a Trance-tinged odyssey.
Ace Aura – ‘Coma’
A new face on Circus Records, Ace Aura makes his entrance with ‘Coma’. Bright chords that are underlined with an infectious sub bass and highlighted with distorted vocals, the track takes you on a journey you won’t want to miss. Welcome to the awakening.
KOMFORTRAUSCHEN – ‘Mechatronik’
Welded together with propelling drums, deep unrepentant bass lines and a searing guitar that bites through like acid, KOMFORTRAUSCHEN’s sound embodies the machine accuracy of techno fused with the energy of a live band. ‘Mechatronik’ shows a passion for methodical soundscapes, the undulating tones and pulsing exhilaration conjuring images of late-night dancefloor intoxication. Powerful, rigid and limber, the two tracks are the work of gifted producers who delight in experimenting, inventing sounds that cross musical boundaries effortlessly.
Larch – ‘The World Is Dangerous; Go Outside’
‘The World is Dangerous; Go Outside’ explores the struggle for self-actualisation in a decaying world. The record seeks to explore the struggle of self-realisation in a decaying environment. To achieve this, Larch couples elements of uncomfortable and disjointed sound design, with moments of peace and nostalgia. Fleeting moments of voice elements set the notion of identity against a backdrop of ecological disintegration and explore the dissonance of individual and collective identities in a dangerous world.
Monarchy – ‘Glow Vision’
‘Glow Vision’ is a sleeping giant of a dance-floor creeper that will be everyone’s favourite new electro single in no-time. While existing fans are catered to generously, Monarchy have brought their sound on in leaps and bounds; an achievement that is testament to their ever evolving songwriting and production prowess. The duo are currently in the studio, promising more new music in 2020.
Kramder – ‘A Kiss From Stacy’
Making his debut on IN / ROTATION, Kramder nods to French house movement on ‘A Kiss From Stacy’. This one is a smooth and carefully crafted cut that stitches together a happy vocal lead, funky basslines, swinging drums, and positively upbeat licks.
Luca Garaboni – ‘Discoland’
A subtle, growling bassline creeps in and sets the scene before a vocal sample declares that “it’s going to be a lovely day” – Luca Garaboni knows a thing or two about how to capture the feeling of a dance floor under the spell of a classic house track and he applies every trick in the book to make sure that ‘Discoland’ is overflowing with infectious energy.
Boris Roodbwoy x Mighty Mi x Princess Superstar – ‘Kootchi (My Digital Enemy Remix)’
Boris Roodbwoy returns to Zulu with Mighty Mi and Princess Superstar for bouncing house record, ‘Kootchi’. My Digital Enemy use their original name for the first time in 3 years and provide the techy remix of this phenomenal track.