Yotto – ‘Another Riff For The Good Times / Daydreaming’
Over a year since his last solo release on Anjunadeep, Yotto now makes a welcome homecoming with ‘Another Riff For The Good Times / Daydreaming’. Demonstrating his flair with uplifting melodies, ‘ARFTGT’ is classic Yotto, whilst the restrained ‘Daydreaming’ is a highlight from the recent chart-topping compilation ‘Anjunadeep 11’.
Hairitage x Born I – ‘Whiplash’
Hairitage is continuing his bass-fueled expedition with the ferocious original ‘Whiplash’ featuring DC emcee Born I. With an EP on the way, the Oregonian is unleashing hit after hit, with this collaboration acting as a follow up to his lead single ‘Freeway’ on BTSM’s label Kannibalen Records.
Wuki – ‘I See You (feat. Stoppa)’
‘I See You’ kicks-off with a steady buildup and eerie vibe complete with rhythmic drum patterns and sirens. If the sirens are any signal for what’s ahead, ‘I See You’ flips into complete mayhem true to Wuki’s style, featuring wonky basslines and high-energy trap beats. ‘I See You’ is truly a festival banger that will rattle your inner soul and leave the earth shaking.
Romen Jewels – ‘Awakening’
Future bass heads Romen Jewels bring us their debut Circus EP ‘Awakening’. Throughout ‘Awakening’ Romen Jewels experiment and push the boundaries of the genre, producing a cohesive and impressive EP of modern bass music.
Jessica Audiffred x Point.Blank x Born I – ‘The Game’
Vavo – ‘Day N’ Night (feat. ZHIKO)’
Featuring the scintillating vocals of Dublin born ZHIKO, ‘Day N’ Night’ is an undeniable summer vibe underpinned by an infectious chorus so beautifully curated by VAVO. The track has already garnered over 5 million streams on Spotify alone and is set to dominate the UK charts and dancefloors alike.
Mary Shannon x Sazu – ‘Why We Fell’
Mary Shannon is an 18 year-old singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist (guitar and piano) from Houston, TX. Despite just graduating high school, she’s managed to already accumulate over 700,000 streams across platforms. She’s also had the opportunity to open for established artists like quickly rising independent country musician Hudson Moore. For ‘Why We Fell’ Shannon combined her songwriting and singing abilities with 16 year-old Boston-based electronic pop DJ/producer Sazu’s production prowess.