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“Hello Sunrise” And Hello New Music | Fresh Music Friday

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ilan Bluestone X Maor Levi – “Hold On (Kryder & GVN Remixes)

Anjunabeats presents new remixes of ilan Bluestone and Maor Levis “Hold On“(feat. Alex Clare), from Kryder, and GVN. If you thought the release could not get any better well hold on.. you were wrong! The new reworks give a refreshing take on the massive original track.

John 00 Fleming – “Chapter 1: The Explorer”

What exactly John 00 Fleming has instore for 2021 is currently known to one person and one person only, but today we get a glimpse at least of what’s on his studio-mind with “Chapter 1: The Explorer“. A leadingly titled release, which also marks his first single notch in two years. Playing a touch housier and a fraction less trance, it’s an earth-surveying sonic that terrestrially flips the perspective on his last release.

Kodiak Arcade – “I’m Fine”

Kodiak Arcade releases their newest single “I’m Fine”. Kodiak Arcade explains, “I’m Fine” is an expression of gratitude for the saintly and patient people we lean on, who get that words can fall short. Sometimes the best way to help is to simply sit together while the other is down so they don’t feel alone.”. 

Showtek X Sevenn – “Pum Pum”

Dutch duo Showtek returns to their signature sound and teams up with American producer Sevenn for their new single “Pum Pum“. A party-ready house bomb that fuses both artists’ unique musical styles. Opening with a driving, bouncy bassline, the track amps it up with a chopped-up vocal drop that will make your feet want to move.

R3HAB, FAFAQ, DNF – “Ringtone”

R3HAB teams up with Polish startup producers Fafaq and DNF for a very special, booty-shaking house track – “Ringtone“. This is the first release ever on Saudi label MDLBEAST Records. The trio of talented producers pulls out the stops for the new single, which features a trifecta of dirty basslines, rhythmic kick drums, and a catchy vocal hook to remind all electronic fans that sometimes, you just have to put your phone away and dance!

Secret Recipe & Xotix – “Rabbithole”

Secret Recipe and Xotix create some brain-twisting synergy on their collaborative three-track “Rabbithole” EP. With both artists existing within the same plane of left-field bass, the flow of creativity came gushing out to manifest itself into three heady cuts! These releases open up a portal into the perplexing mind dimension shared between these two groundbreaking forces.

Sunlounger “Hello Sunrise”

Roger Shah returns to his best know alias Sunlounger and offers a ray of sunshine to take us out of this dreary winter season. His new release “Hello Sunrise” is a purposeful pulse to its bass! Sunlounger equalizes the original’s timbale-trimmed vision with a foot-moving tempo, effecting a cool cruise up to club speed. Drop-side temperate melodies swirl and the chords warm, before Roger’s snares, seize the initiative to deliver its brilliantly executed conclusion.

Evan Giia – “Stay Up”

EVAN GIIA returns with “Stay Up,” her first new music of 2021. An ode to simpler times, the single is an exuberant love letter to GIIA’s hometown of Brooklyn, NY. The release and accompanying video captures the exhilarating sense of being “one with the night.” GIIA takes viewers on a whirlwind journey to beloved Brooklyn spots. Check out the video HERE.

Loud Luxury & Ship Wrek – “Amnesia”

Canadian DJ-duo Loud Luxury team up with prodigious electronic DJs on the rise Ship Wrek to release “Amnesia” This release, featuring GASHI ,who delivers personal introspective lyrics over hazy, atmospheric synths and beats. Check out the video HERE.

Bluewerks – “Bluewerks, Vol. 1: Up Down Left Right

Two iconic labels Astralwerks and Blue Note Records have teamed up to create Bluewerks, a visionary new series of Lo-Fi compilations where downtempo electronica meets jazz-infused sounds across a variety of themes and moods. The first collection “Bluewerks, Vol. 1: Up Down Left Right“. Dreamy, relaxing, and vibey, Bluewerks draws its essence from the rich musical legacies of these two labels, each of which represents excellence in their genre

Synymata – “Where Does The Love Go”

Anthony Gomulka known by his alias Synymata is a melodic bass producer and releases his new single “Where Does Love Go”. This new single takes you into a common situation that cuts deeper than realizing a romantic relationship has run its course. Overcoming a breakup is one of life’s greatest tragedies, but the silver lining of bouncing back on the other side unscathed comes with a newfound sense of self-worth, and the empowerment in knowing heartbreak can oftentimes mold people into better versions of themselves.

CloZee – “Emergence”

With two albums, multiple EPs, and countless singles later, CloZee has emerged as an electronic music phenomenon and pioneer of the world bass genre. CloZee has curated her first-ever compilation, “Emergence“, the compilation champions emerging and established artists in the bass realm, weaving them together in one unified tracklist of fifteen songs. In a time of great division and strife, Emergence symbolizes the beauty of the collective through hopeful music. From known names such as Fakear and Esseks to rising talent such as NotLö and capshun. Emergence is all about discovery.

Blaize X Freaky – “Coupe”

Blaize and FREAKY make their highly-anticipated return to the release radar with “Coupe“. The neck-breaking romp of a tune kicks off with a propelling beat that carries the listener throughout an atmospherically entrancing 50 seconds. The hefty bass immediately takes front-and-center and is accompanied by high-octane sensibilities. From start-to-finish, it prominently features a driving vocal cut, a consistently propulsive flair, and fiercely merciless bass drops scattered throughout its nearly three-minute runtime. Replete with unrelenting intensity, this release never lets up, instead opting for a no-holds-barred tour de force of pure bass.

Tommy Trash – “Hiiigh”

deadmau5 debuts a brand new label venture, announcing hau5trap: a multifaceted home for global electronic pioneers within the house music space. Leading the hau5trap charge is none other than frequent mau5trap collaborator Tommy Trash with his releasehiiigh.  Featuring Daisy Guttridge, the single has a bustling amalgamation of sonic synths and classic four-on-the-floor basslines. Brimming with nuanced house flair, Tommy Trash, and Daisy Guttridge create a sultry symphony, perfectly kicking off all things hau5trap.

David Novacek & Yvvan Back – “No Way”

David Novacek and Yvvan Back return to Kryder’s legendary label, with their hot new anthem “No Way“. Blending punchy kicks with a truly groove-led core, this release is a funky-future-hit.

Johnny Bourke – “Be Someone”

Burgeoning musician Johnny Bourke returns to the release radar with a fresh sound for 2021 in the form of “Be Someone“. The three-minute offering is bursting at the seams with dynamic energy and overall feel-good nature. Johnny and Saige‘s silky smooth vocals layer seamlessly above a groove-inducing rhythm, creating pure candy for the ears.

Saens – “Runaway”

Montreal-based artist and producer SAENS releases his newest single “Runaways”. This single marks a new chapter for SAENS and his distinct cross-genre aesthetic.

GORDO – “KTM”

Carnage is taking the house scene by storm with the debut of his new house alias GORDO and new track “KTM,” out now on Ultra Records. “KTM” has spearheaded the launch of the GORDO project by expanding Carnage’s expansive body of work into house music. This release consists of groovy bassline and catchy vocals, has been in the works for over three years

*Featured image | via John 00 Fleming, CloZee, Evan Giia, and Johnny Bourke*

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