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Armin van Buuren feat. James Newman – ‘High On Your Love’
A mere year after joining forces in 2018, Armin van Buuren and James Newman are back at it again for one of the many vocal-driven singles on ‘BALANCE’. Oozing with catchiness, collaborative magic and vibes that appeal to the mind and soul, ‘High On Your Love’ is one of those gems that lifts listeners up time and time again.
Markus Schulz – ‘We Are The Light (The Remixes)’
A story which spanned some 18 months; Markus Schulz’s ‘We Are the Light’ presentation reaches a climax with an extensive package of remixes which involves the curation of many talented names. This album is a fitting finale to bring the curtain down on Markus Schulz’s latest album adventure.
Super8 & Tab – ‘Iron’
Finland’s trance titans are back for another homerun, and they do so with one of the most electrifying cuts featured on Armin van Buuren’s ‘A State Of Trance, Ibiza 2019’ album: the impervious ‘Iron’. From the muscled builds to the soaring melody to the synth blasts as powerful as the man of steel himself, this brand-new banger from Super8 & Tab is exactly what the mainstage needs.
Mark Sixma – ‘The World Of Six’
A chance for fans to rejoice in the latest escapades of one of trance music’s finest, Mark Sixma’s brand-new mini album shows just how versatile and open-minded the Dutchman truly is. With two brand-new, unreleased tracks complementing four recent masterpieces, the mini album allows fans to switch effortlessly between his signature trance sound and the other styles he’s mastered since he joined Armada Music over ten years back. It’s time for dance music lovers from across the globe to dive into ‘The World of Six‘. Why? Because that’s where the magic can be found.
Above & Beyond – ‘Hideaway’
Above & Beyond finally presents the full length, extended, ready-to-play mix of ‘Hideaway’, a moody piece of instrumental perfection from the world’s favorite UK dance trio, just in time for the forthcoming season of winter raves in black rooms.
Estiva – ‘Metamorphoses’
Though it may seem like it to bystanders and outsiders, musical evolution doesn’t just happen overnight. Reshaping one’s sound is a gradual process of change through hundreds of tiny alterations, all of which are tailored by inspiration itself. Slowly, the new sound begins to take shape, steadily introducing new characteristics until it is time to blossom. And that time has arrived today, as progressive master Estiva proudly presents the next evolutionary step of his signature sound in a new, full-fledged album: ‘Metamorphoses’.
Featuring no less than thirteen masterpieces that delve into the deep side of melodic techno, ‘Metamorphoses’ transcends both genres and expectations as it focuses heavily on creative freedom. Tried and tested on tour at some of the biggest stages in the world, each of the tracks shows the evolution of the Dutchman’s signature sound, as well as the time, effort and care he put into planting the seed and cultivating the land. And now, it’s time for him to reap the benefits. ‘Metamorphoses’ has taken on its final form and may just play a seminal role in reshaping the dance music realm of today.
VASSY – ‘Trouble’
We all know that feeling, when we’re up to no good and the stakes are high, but no one can kill our vibe — well that’s the feeling VASSY portrays on her newest track, ‘Trouble’. The track instantly grabs your attention opening the song with a quirky beat and VASSY’s vocals play up with the bouncy tempo. After taking you through the narrative, the record finally drops following the lyrics “You bring the devil out of me”. Between the lively melody and catchy chorus, there’s no way you’ll be able to get this song out of your head. The production is upbeat and infectious with lots of texture between the piano progressions, with its lush melodic riffs interlaced with VASSY’s unique sultry sound. This pop-leaning dance record will have you up and moving as soon as the bass drops.
Tinlicker – ‘This Is Not Our Universe’
Endorsed by several electronic music heavyweights, Jordi van Achthoven and Micha Heyboer (a.k.a Utrecht-based duo Tinlicker) welcome us to their world with new LP, ‘This Is Not Our Universe’. A melting pot of deep house, progressive and trance, the new album is set to storm dancefloors globally. Lucky for us, the boys will be touring for the release of this album across 19 different cities! Click here to grab a ticket to one of these shows.
Cedric Gervais – ‘Get That Bag’
Stepping away from his usual progressive house sound, Cedric Gervais has cunningly crafted, ‘Get That Bag’ — a grittier house tune that’s primed to inject some rhythm and groove into DJ sets around the world. Carefully placed and meticulously crafted synths fill both massive drops with scintillating moments that’ll keep listeners light on their toes and dancing until the wee hours of the morning. Pre-drop, a heavily animated vocal sample reminds listeners to stay on their grind while Cedric continues to show fans and listeners how he’s staying on his. Akin to irresistible G-house tunes currently trending on the scene, Cedric Gervais has once again whipped up a track that fans won’t be able to stop rinsing, complete with his quality, golden touch.
Seven Lions x SLANDER x Dabin x Dylan Matthew – ‘First Time (NGHTMRE Remix)’
One of the biggest electronic jams of 2018 is finally getting an even bigger remix. ‘First Time’, the ubiquitous dance record from Seven Lions, SLANDER, Dabin, and Dylan Mathew is getting a rework by one of bass music’s premier DJs, NGHTMRE. The melodic bass tune gets a pop sensible re-work from the North Carolina producer, taking Dylan Matthew’s sultry vocal hooks and re-wrapping them in a more subtle sheen.
Boys Noize x Francis and the Lights – ‘Why Not?’
Borgore – ‘The Art Of Gore’
Israeli-born producer Borgore unveils his new album The Art of Gore. The 13 track album is an eclectic piece of work featuring highly-produced singles across multiple genres including house, hip-hop, trap, dubstep and of course his signature ‘gorestep’ sound.
Alok x IRO – ‘Table For 2’
A departure from the high-octane bass sound synonymous with Alok, ‘Table For 2’ is a relaxed, carefree ballad that allows IRO’s enchanting vocals come to the fore. With acoustic guitar notes complemented by a catchy whistling tune, the production successfully captures the feeling of being in love.
Hood Rich – ‘Let It Go (feat. BRUX)’
Hood Rich continues to define his sound with the release of ‘Let It Go’, utilizing pitched and filtered vocals coupled with heavy brooding synths. Both a club weapon, and radio ready smash, the track is sure to infiltrate the airwaves over the coming months.
Jordan Comolli – ‘BILL$’
Rising DJ and producer Jordan Comolli delivers an intoxicating new track, ‘BILL$’. This track blends electronic and hip-hop influences and brings Comolli’s production skills to life. With a dynamic progression catapulting into a vigorous, head-banging drop, ‘BILL$’ is the perfect track to introduce his forthcoming EP. This trap banger is an indication of Comolli’s growth as a producer and is a taste of what lies ahead for the budding artist.
Midoca – ‘Dry The Rose’
A visceral journey through complex sound, Midoca’s ‘Dry The Rose’ is deeply personal. His mau5trap debut weaves tales of growth, vulnerability, and understanding. Being the lead single off his forthcoming EP, we can’t wait to hear more.
Golf Clap x MASTERIA – ‘Mystery Scene’
Golf Clap doesn’t disappoint with the release of their new single ‘Mystery Scene’ with MASTERIA. Providing throbbing baselines hitting your core, this new tune reaches the depths of house music production with its authoritative pulses and commanding melody. Get out on the dance floor and feel the beats drive you to house heaven.