Afrojack – ‘Bass is Kicking’
Between the lively drums and bass drops, Afrojack’s ‘Bass is Kicking’ is an upbeat track that will knock listeners off their seats. The single has the ability to electrify the night and turn any event into a party.
Paul Oakenfold x Galestian – ‘Summer Nights’
To mark the 50th release for Perfecto Black Records, we present something very special: ‘Summer Nights’ — a collaboration between Perfecto head-honcho Paul Oakenfold and Galestian. This track features chugging grooves, tripped out arpeggiated melodies, pounding rhythms and beautiful, soaring vocal cuts, all weaved together to form an expertly crafted piece of progressive house music. This pounding progressive cut is guaranteed to deliver on the dancefloor and leave Perfecto fans very pleased.
Maor Levi – ‘Halcyon’
Giving his tried and tested formula another spin, music production icon Maor Levi gives fans something to fist-pump to. From the raw kick-bass combo to the vibrant melody and peerless harmonies, ‘Halcyon’ offers peak-time club madness in a six-minute packaging.
Cosmic Gate – ‘Light Years’
Cosmic Gate’s ‘Light Years’ sees the duo getting instrumental in the finest, most floor-persuasive way imaginable. Channelling that 20 Years know-how, its production may major in uplift, but no one is getting short-changed in the harmonic feels department either! Cool and melodic in all the right places, euphorically summit scaling everywhere else — you can experience that ‘Light Years’ feeling for yourself.
Chris Schweizer – ‘Aftermath’
When all is said and done, and the dust finally settles, it’s colossal tracks like these that are still left standing. From the anthemic ‘Aftermath’ to the abyssal ‘Shaker Maker’ and the cataclysmic ‘Near The End’, Chris Schweitzer’s three-track knockout is set to cause a dance floor meltdown wherever it ventures.
Tomas Heredia – ‘Dandelion Rain’
Judging by the upbeat chords, sun-tinged arpeggios and the ecstatic drop, Tomas Heredia’s new release on A State Of Trance has all the hallmarks of a timeless summer anthem. A song that’s light, breezy and easy on the ear from the first beat until the last, ‘Dandelion Rain’ is a sonic phenomenon that puts a smile on people’s faces, no matter what.
MSTRKRFT – ‘Buffalo Fat’
Canadian electronic music producers MSTRKRFT (Jesse F. Keeler and Al-P) return with a new single ‘Buffalo Fat’. The hard-driving techno instrumental is the latest single the duo have been releasing over the last several months via their newly launched record label ORO.
Anabel Englund – ‘So Hot’ (MK and Nightlapse Remix)
Underpinned by her fleeting, weightless vocals, ‘So Hot’ has Anabel Englund tap into her trademark, deeply personal brand of music that defies categorization by sound and opts for vibe instead. Her proven musical wingspan ranges from house to indie to places yet undiscovered. With shimmering synths and lyrics alluding to “a kind of paradise”, the release is a re-work by MK and Nightlapse that seems destined for the beaches of Ibiza, Miami, St. Barths, Rimini, Croatia, the Balearics and beyond.
MADNAP x SMLE – ‘Throw It All Away’
‘Throw It All Away’ is the latest sonic soundscape from Chicago-born turned California-native Kyle Fizgibbons (aka MADNAP). The track is a collaboration between the eclectic auditory assaults of SMLE, the production sensibilities of MADNAP, and the kawaii vocal stylings of AVIELLA which will transport even the most jaded of listeners into a magical wonderland of musical bliss.
AXEN – ‘Here’s To Hoping’
AXEN can’t stop turning out the bangers, back on Circus Records, his newest installment ‘Here’s to Hoping’ — featuring the voice of Luma, a prodigious vocalist that has been dominating the topline world over the last 18 months.
Bobby Shann – ‘Frame Of Mind’
Bobby Shann throws us an intricate, progressive cut which flows effortlessly over a rolling bassline punctuated by groovy, precise percussion. Glitchy vocal samples punctuate the breakdown before the energy is ramped back up to continue the driving power that makes ‘Frame Of Mind’ a “peak-time” selection.
Hayden James – ‘Nowhere To Go’ (with NAATIONS) [Dom Dolla Remix]
Australia’s leading electro-pop producer Hayden James returns today, with a remix of hit single ‘Nowhere To Go (with NAATIONS) [Dom Dolla Remix]’ from fellow Australian breakout act, Dom Dolla. Amassing 8 million streams to date, the track has proven to be a global summer anthem. Dom Dolla’s edit gives the tune a lush texture with even deeper undertones and thumping basslines that build and release throughout.
DLMT – ‘Younger’ (feat. Kopa)
A cover of MGMT’s hit ‘Kids‘, DLMT’s production, ‘Younger’ is tight and slick. The Canadian producer creates a blissful vibe through reverb-drenched guitars and a punchy bassline. Singer Kopa delivers a soothing vocal performance that is paired perfectly with the lush instrumental.
DMVU – ‘BACKWARDS’
UVMD si kcab no sucriC sdroceR. Oh sorry. DMVU is back on Circus Records with ‘BACKWARDS,’ out now. His third EP for the label, the Denver bass prophet has graduated to a fully-fledged member of the Circus family. Throwing a figurative paint bomb at the grungy wall of bass, his music is made to be enjoyed.