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‘Dat’s Right’, This Week’s New Music Will Take You ‘Higher’ | Fresh Music Friday

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Elysian – ‘Water’

ilan Bluestone, Maor Levi, and Emma Hewitt are Elysian. Anjunabeats is pleased to share their debut EP, ‘Water’. One of many new acts that have joined Anjunabeats in our twentieth anniversary year, we’re proud to present the trio’s debut EP, ‘Water’. The record features ‘Moonchild’, ‘Beyond The Comfort Zone’, ‘Water’, and EP exclusive ‘Little Star’.

LTN pres. GHOSTBEAT – ‘Not Ready (feat. BLÜ EYES)’

With the release of ‘Not Ready’ comes double cause for AVA fan fanfare. Not only does it see Louis ‘LTN’ Tan give swift return to his Ghostbeat moniker (after May’s ‘Through The Darkness’), but it’s also the embarkation point for the label’s new imprint.

Yotto – ‘Maggio’

“Sometimes, at night, I don’t make music for nightclubs but instead, make music for lonely fireplaces that are left cold. I think it’s profoundly sad and fireplaces should always be kept reasonably warm. ‘Maggio’ is a song for my fireplace that I use too rarely.”

Yotto

MK – ‘2AM (Remixes)’

MK has released a remix package for his latest single ‘2AM (feat. Carla Monroe)’. It includes new remixes from Martin Ikin, Tom Garnett and Dillon Nathaniel, as well as previously released takes by Paul Woolford and Endor.  Along with the original song, the ‘2AM’ remix package offers a wide range of styles ready for DJ sets worldwide.

Marsh – ‘Lailonie’

“‘Lailonie’, pronounced ‘Lay-lah-knee’, has been a safe place for me to express a multitude of feelings, moments and memories I’ve experienced over the last three years. The album is a series of snapshots taken at different points as I’ve processed moving to a new country, getting married, traveling to different places. I’ve also experienced the pain of loss. We unexpectedly and suddenly had to say goodbye to Maddy’s Mom Carme at the end of 2018. I’ve had to rapidly learn how to love and stand by Maddy as we process this pain. We live in a world with so much going on. I think it’s important to have a safe place where you can go to catch your breath, process life and grow.  Lailonie has been that place for me. I hope it can be that place for you.”

Marsh

Valentino Khan – ‘Deathproof’

Possessing a knack for experimentation, Valentino Khan provides his take on the mid-tempo genre in ‘Deathproof’.  Looking to his roots for inspiration, the producer showcases an incredible level of prowess, influenced by his formative years listening to french electro and blog haus. An influence that is evidently seen in his latest production ‘Deathproof’. Riddled with a harrowing bassline, the intensity of the record grows larger as we are transported to the depths of Valentino’s creativity. Consistently breaking boundaries, the LA-native managed to surpass his predecessors in ‘Deathproof’. 

Camp Kubrick – ‘Johnny’s Online’

Dutch music producer Don Diablo teams up with singer and new kid on the block Denzel Chain to form Camp Kubrick. After crafting away in the studio for almost two years, the duo are set to bring you sonic waves of joy that take you back to a time where shoulder pads, leg warmers and mullets were still in fashion. Their first single ‘Johnny’s Online’ is the perfect example of what excitement is to come in the near future.

Franky Wah – ‘You Don’t Know’

“‘You Don’t Know’ is another record I hold close to my heart, mainly because of the emotion I feel when I listen to it. The chords bring an emotional but uplifting vibe to the record and it definitely feels like that, set-closing, hugging your friend at the end of the night kind of track. We’ve all experienced very testing times lately and I really hope people can resonate with the lyrics on this one as much as I do.”

Franky Wah

pluko – ‘feelings (feat. Marlhy)’

feelings’ is an anthemic, feel-good tune for the youth, illustrated by its lyrical play on lines “We just the kids with the fucked up feelings” and whimsical moments on “let’s build a world where we got no ceilings.” Refreshing in its ability to layer the vocal structures of both pluko and Marlhy’s harmonic melodies, pluko exerts his innate abilities to produce a finely-calibrated single. ‘feelings’ is the perfect blend of uplifting indie-electronic sounds that comes just in time for summer’s end.

Riotron – ‘Lights Go Out (Black Caviar Remix)’

Riotron has returned with another slice of dancefloor heaven, this time in the form of a thumping remix of his darkly infectious pop song ‘Lights Go Out’ by Grammy-nominated swag house duo Black Caviar

Saint Punk – ‘Fight’

Saint Punk is serving up another dose of Grunge House with his latest single ‘Fight’ on Don Diablo’s Generation HEX label, inspired by his reaction to the inequality of civil rights across the US that sparked the Black Lives Matter movement.

ford. – ‘In My Eyes (feat. VERZACHE)’

In My Eyes’ is another sonically expansive track from the hotly tipped artist, ford. blending minimal synth waves with a mid tempo beat and acoustic-electronic sounds. The track features vocals from Toronto streaming sensation and close friend VERZACHE, who is one of the hottest rising names. 

ANIMATE – ‘Turn Of Mind’

ANIMATE touches down on Insomniac’s IN / ROTATION imprint with an insane three-track EP, ‘Turn of Mind’. The Arizona-based duo has been responsible for cranking out bangin’ bass heavy grooves for the better part of the last two years. Recently, they hit us with their sharp-edged heater ‘Frisky’,  the lead single from their latest EP, a three-tracker featuring two brand-new numbers, each equipped with their own unique level of lunacy.

DVRKO – ‘Somewhere In L.A.’

Musician, DJ & producer, DVRKO, today released his fourth original single, ‘Somewhere in L.A. (feat. Sarah De Warren)’. With his foot firmly on the gas, the mystery producer joins forces with Sarah De Warren for the first time since his debut track, ‘This is How’, also featuring the London-based vocalist. For their latest collaboration, De Warren lends her soft, ethereal vocals to a melodic assemblage of white-hot, uplifting basslines to package a sublime house tune with a feel-good, hands in the air vibe. The lyrics convey a love story set under the city lights of L.A., with said love story hilariously portrayed in the accompanied official music video featuring puppet characters from the Los Angeles-based master puppeteer behind The Muppets, Crank Yankers and more, Russ Walko.

Alex Hosking – ‘Playing Up’

Alex Hosking makes an emphatic return with self-released solo offering ‘Playing Up’. Coming in with high energy, ‘Playing Up’ is an irresistible solo project that will not only highlight her passion for songwriting but also look to cement Alex as a serious force within the music industry.

Norman Doray – ‘Dat’s Right’

Norman ‘Flying Frenchman’ Doray delivers a sumptuous slice of disco-tinged electronica brimming with looped instrumentals and funked-up rhythm. A club weapon with a bassline that’s been purposefully primed for the deeper house sets, ‘Dat’s Right‘ is dance floor to the core, at the same time indulging Doray’s passion for one of French house music’s more revered periods.

Gilligan Moss – ‘BMO’s Mixtape’

Upon the recent release of the HBO Max Original Adventure Time: Distant Lands – BMO, Gilligan Moss unveils ‘BMO’s Mixtape’, a 13-song continuous mix that remixes and reimagines original clips from the show.

Wave Racer – ‘Higher’

Wave Racer shares his first song in almost a year; dazzling single ‘Higher’, out now on Astral People Recordings / [PIAS]. The new track is a rising sonic rush that reaches unseen heights of vibrant conviction, polished off with Wavey’s distinctive pop sheen.

Trance Wax – ‘Beul Un Latha’

Trance Wax has released the latest single off his upcoming self-titled artist album, ‘Beul Un Latha’. You’ll hear a touch of early Chicane with a dash of modern Bicep in ‘Beul Un Latha’ — a Gaelic term for ‘sunrise’. 

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike – ‘Do It!’

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s latest track ‘Do It!’ is comprised of a glitching vocal that is full of attitude, which clears to take on a latino flavour, switching between English and Spanish as it builds towards the first drop with flair. A growling bassline and distorted kick are in keeping with the track’s gritty nature, providing a bedrock of bass that is the foundation for the cheeky vocal topline.

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*Featured image via Yotto, LTN, Wave Racer and Valentino Khan*

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