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‘Don’t Wait’, Listen To This Week’s ‘Fantasy’ Inducing Music | ICYMI Monday

by Fresh Music Freaks Staff

Ferry Corsten – ‘Our Moon (feat. Lovlee)’

Ferry Corsten continues to explore his wide spectrum of music with a new vocal record to say goodbye to what may have been the strangest summer of the century. ‘Our Moon’, featuring the magical vocals of Lovlee, has this melancholic feel to all we have missed this year yet empowering at the same time. Where did our summer go? That’s all we want to know.

Luttrell – ‘Twin Souls’

“During the beginning of quarantine, I really wanted to write a pretty, feelsy, trance-ey dance song. On ‘Twin Souls’ I started the writing process with a lot of experimentation, using the same arpeggio pattern with different synth patches to create a sound and a tone that was new for my project. Also, when I found the vocal sample, I really liked how it’s complicated, romantic qualities seemed to blend the perfect mix of love, yearning, and uncertainty to give the song a truly emotional foundation.”

Luttrell

Assaf x 2Sher – ‘Goliath’

Touching down on Armin van Buuren’s Armind label for the first time, Assaf and 2Sher show the world what a high-magnitude record should sound like. With gargantuan synths taking charge on a bedrock of deep-driving bass and stomping drums, ‘Goliath’ is sure to leave its mark on the dance music landscape.

Alex Sonata & TheRio – ‘Awakening (feat. Gid Segwick)’

Churning out another phenomenal record, Alex Sonata & TheRio revisit their tried and trusted formula to send the Trance crowd into raptures. With Gid Sedgwick’s powerful vocals showing the way to the high-octane, synth-heavy drop, ‘Awakening’ is that surge of energy that keeps everyone going till the first light of day.

W&W x AXMO – ‘Rave Love (feat. SONJA)’

A sonic thrill that knows no equal, W&W’s brand-new collab with AXMO and SONJA has the mark of their Rave Culture label stamped all over it. With fast-paced beats, uplifting vocals and synths that tailspin into the night, ‘Rave Love’ is that record any W&W fan will fall head over heels in love with.

Sander van Doorn – ‘Temper Temper (feat. ONR)’

Opening with a rolling rhythm, plucky synths and a marching beat, Sander van Doorn builds momentum in ‘Temper Temper’ by weaving in spiralling strings alongside ONR’s captivating lyrics for a mesmerising, larger-than-life track with a taste of old school Doorn flavour. The combination of Sander’s vast soundscape and ONR’s raw vocals lend a distinct live element to the track, perfectly encapsulating that much yearned for dancefloor euphoria and making it the perfect production for that much-craved and long-awaited return to the festival circuit.

Whethan – ‘Fantasy’

“‘Fantasy’ is getting on a spaceship and teleporting anywhere your dreams can imagine. I wanted to make a project that was full of energy and artists that I’m inspired by. There was an underlying theme of alternative meets psychedelic dance music and I wanted to be able to blast every song at my shows or have it feel like you’re at a show when listening at home or in the car. I got to work with some of my favorite artists like RL Grime, Grouplove, The Wombats, bülow, and many more. I grew a lot while working on the album over the span of the last 3 years and you can hear it through the different styles and feelings on each track.”

Whethan

Valentino Khan – ‘French Fried’

From hip-hop to EDM, Valentino Khan’s production style is boundless. A powerhouse figure in modern music, the LA-based composer returns with his 4-track EP French Fried’. The blog-house inspired extended play is available on all streaming platforms via Mad Decent.

Trance Wax – ‘Calling For You’

Anjunabeats presents ‘Calling For You’, the next single from the debut album from Garry McCartney, aka Trance Wax.

Marsh – ‘Don’t Wait’

One of the most exciting new artists on the storied Anjunadeep roster, Marsh (aka Tom Marshall) delivers the second single ‘Don’t’ Wait’ off his forthcoming album ‘Lailonie’. 

Kayzo – ‘Little Comp of Horrors Vol. 2’

“‘Little Comp of Horrors’ is special to me because it revolves around my favorite holiday, Halloween. More importantly, it gives me a chance to find new talent and offer current talent a home for new music of all tempos and genres that are helping push electronic music forward.”

Kayzo

Young Bombs – ‘Wrong Side of Love’

Wrong Side of Love’ shows off Young Bombs at their most emotional, lending a textured arrangement to Darius Rucker’s poignant pining for a lover who’s fallen “right back in somebody else’s arms.” Built around Rucker’s honeyed croon, the story of lost love is the final single from ‘The Young Bombs Show’ EP. 

Tchami – ‘Year Zero’

French electronic icon Tchami has unveiled his highly anticipated debut album, ‘Year Zero’ out via his label Confession. A sprawling, 16-track release, ‘Year Zero’ is Tchami’s most complete record to date, a melange of sunkissed dancefloor energy with serious crossover appeal. It features no fewer than six singles released by the Parisian across 2020. 

JORI SJÖROOS – ‘LEAVING THE EARTH’

Rolling drums and a dark, growling voice set the tone for ‘LEAVING THE EARTH’, developing a gradual climb that expands into the universe. JORI SJÖROOS takes theatrics to another level as he keeps the listener captured on the edge of their seat, expecting a dramatic drop, however, the song continues its own steady climb, as a space ship would to leave the atmosphere.

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H3NRY THR!LL – ‘MARY JANE’

As 2020 moves towards its hotly anticipated end, teen producer H3NRY THR!LL keeps up the blistering pace that has seen him rise through the ranks over the past 12 months. ‘MARY JANE’, with its thundering bottom line, government-style sample and popping, syncopated synth rhythms, looks set to attract even more Thr!llseekers into the fold. Reverberating bass thrusting the single forwards, the percussion swaggering on top, it’s a thundering piece of work that had the world been operating as normal, would have featured heavily in countless club and festival sets.

SLANDER x Fairlane – ‘Hurts Sometimes (feat. Jonathan Mendelsohn)’

SLANDER offers up a double dose of good news with their new song with FairlaneHurts Sometimes (with Jonathan Mendelsohn)’ for the launch of their new label Heaven Sent. For ‘Hurts Sometimes’, SLANDER partnered up with Fairlane, a Canadian electronic producer known for his ability to blend beautiful acoustic instrumentation with hard-hitting electronic sounds.

MistaJam – ‘Party’

Party’ perfectly illustrates that MistaJam is relentless on his mission to galvanize the speakers. With the endlessly cool funk stabs and a driving disco beat, this already jam-hot track is elevated by the incredible, soulful, Jazz-infused vocals of Anelisa Lamola, rounding off another ultimate Dance NRG anthem.

Naderi – ‘Hotbox’

Naderi has released his debut EP which is years in the making. The extraterrestrial sonic experience known as ‘Hotbox’ incorporates experimental and futuristic elements of electronic, R&B, house, and pop.

Engelwood – ‘Yacht World’

NYC producer, Engelwood is out with his hotly anticipated album ‘Yacht World’. The new album is a delectable collection of good vibes and jams spanning across multiple genres including Funk, Soul, Disco, and Tropical.

*Featured image via Ferry Corsten, Marsh, Whethan and Kayzo*

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