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Luttrell – “Music For My Memories Pt. 1

Anjuna favorite and San Francisco’s own Luttrell a.k.a Eric Luttrell now shares the full five-track EP package, “Music For My Memories Pt. 1“, the first of a trilogy of works to be shared throughout 2021. Opening with the cinematic deep cut “Ex Nihilo”, Eric shares two more new originals in “Snoop Dawk” and project title track “Music For My Memories”, with downtempo “Reflections Vol. 2” highlight “October Song” and recent single “Just A Dream” completing the package. These songs are beautifully composed and will definitely be new fan favorites and I can’t wait to see what else Luttrell has up his sleeve for the other pieces of his trilogy!

BOMBAYS – “Allure”

Emerging Los Angeles artist BOMBAYS shares his first single of 2021 “ALLURE”. The sultry house track has hypnotic vocals paired with a thudding bassline, perfect for the imminent late nights which are starting to slowly emerge. Aptly named, “ALLURE,” has mysterious and sexy energy, a vibe which the producer has really honed in on since releasing his first track in 2019.

John Summit – “Beauty Sleep” (Vintage Culture Remix)

John Summit’s hit release Beauty Sleep gets a sexy rework by Brazil’s Vintage Culture. Vintage Culture adds bending basslines and sustained notes under the catchy vocals, tweaking elements of the original for an inspired version that culminates in a surprise breakdown in the second half of the remix.

Man Cub & Lucas Marx – “In The Air”

Man Cub releases his newest single “In The Air”. Lucas Marx accompanies Man Cub on the track captivating listeners even more. The Chicago-based electro-pop vocalist provides his outstanding voice and lifts the joyous track even more.

Shaun Frank & Ryland James – “Save Me”

Multi-platinum selling DJ and producer Shaun Frank has teamed up with the renowned Platinum artist Ryland James on his latest single, Save Me“. Strong and free with memorable lyrics, this release opens with an unstoppably joyous tone. Shaun Frank quickly builds the anthemic single, creating a mirage of good vibes and soaring vocals. Catchy and simple, there’s a direct attitude that will keep drawing listeners back as the single is perfect for a ride along the coast – soft top drawn back and the wind in your hair.

CruSz – “Okay Boomerz”

Revolutionary artist CruSz is returning with his latest EP, “Okay Boomerz”. Along with the EP, the star is sharing the video for its title track. Glaringly unconventional and in-your-face snarky humor leads the EP as the release immediately strikes a catchy tune. Be careful before you allow this earworm to wiggle its way into your brain, this creature will make a permanent party featuring unforgettable beats and neon lights. CruSz once again provides the tunes to an epic night out.

Whethan – “Upside Down” (Flux Pavilion Remix)

Whethan’s highly-anticipated, genre-bending debut album Fantasy was released just last October, and since its release, a string of remixes by some of the hottest names around have been gracing the airwaves. The latest is the most unpredictable remix of the project by the iconic bass legend, singer-songwriter, and label owner, Flux Pavilion. This remix is of Whethan and Grouplove’sUpside Down“. This new rework is bass-heavy and the perfect complement to the groovy tune.

Brando – “Yes or No”

Brando is making moves again with his second single of 2021, “Yes Or No“. Released on Armada Music, this new single and its accompanying music video are bound to resonate strongly with everyone who’s ever wanted to get clarity on a relationship. With his remarkable vocals sitting tight atop the playful instrumental and musical hooks, this record will have dance music fans from all over the world nodding in approval.

Armada Music – “Chill Executive Officer Compilation Vol.5

It is safe to say that the world as we know it has changed quite dramatically over the past year. And as the old saying goes, ‘Music Is The Answer’. Gracing the airwaves with a brand-new selection of mind-soothing creations, Armada Music CEO Maykel Piron delivers “Chill Executive Officer Compilation Vol.5. Maykel features productions from some of the world’s most renowned chill aficionados including Kidnap, Jody Wisternoff, John Monkman, Tinlicker, Robert Miles, and many more. Inviting listeners into a laidback sonic realm, this fifth installment moves across a sublime tracklist that includes recent creations, as well as revisiting classic anthems.

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike X Scooter – “We Love Hardcore”

We Love Hardcore” is the seismic collaboration between German cult band Scooter and the festival-wielding megahit duo Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. Slamming together the building blocks of their respective styles and giving birth to a monstrous musical baby. This release brings the two powerhouse groups to created earth shuddering ripples that will continue to be in effect once the festival season resumes!

Braynin – “Too Late”

Irish singer-songwriter and producer Braynin unveils his debut single “Too Late”. Inspired by fleeting love amidst the chaos of lockdown, the Irish wordsmith paints the scene of being friend-zoned on his rooftop, comparing an unnamed lover to the stunning views of London at sunset​ ​from his lofty bedroom studio. Bold brass, luscious smooth strings, and mellow melodic wind textures, subtly create an orchestral bed of sound on which his gritty sparkling vocals sit. Braynin’s debut single introduces him as a new artist, but this is certainly not his first rodeo and he will be a one to watch as the years go by.

Renato S & Rosh – “Bombs”

“We drop beats, we don’t drop bombs” is the war chant of the latest smasher from Renato S in collaboration with Rosh. Bombsis a rapid-fire release of sensory overload. The almost squelch-like basslines will have fans reverberating from wall to wall in an endless delight of aural pleasure.

Jaded – “The Lights”

The UK trio Jaded flips the switch on their Insomniac Records label debut with a tantalizing house number, “The Lights“, featuring an irresistible vocal from Indira May. Brimming with their knocking rhythmic persuasions, the single finds Jaded tempting fate via a frisky groove that translates on the dancefloor just as much as in the privacy of your own home.

Helloworld- “Voices”

The newly formed helloworld greets the dance music space with its first official single arriving in the shape of “Voices,” featuring Pauline Herr. On this track, her vulnerable vocal delivery tries to outrun the shadow being cast by her past. The tortured soul fills the void with her tender tones, while helloworld helps her break freak from the shackles with an unfettered beat allowing those bottled-up emotions to find release. Lightly distorted low-end thrusts through the cracks sitting in-between soaring synths, thudding drum hits, and sweeping arpeggiations, all of which culminate into a powerful melodic bass offering meant to drown out the pain.

JKYL & HYDE – “Shell Tha Place / Distortion

Jkyl & Hyde are storming in with some heavy artillery taking the form of a double-sided single by the name of “Shell Tha Place / Distortion“, including a collaborative effort with the one and only Shiverz. It would be in your best interest to duck for cover once the bombs start flying because this new collab between Jkyl & Hyde and the hard-edged Shiverz does exactly what it’s titled intended: “Shell Tha Place”!

SIDEPIECE – “Temptation”

Grammy-nominated duo SIDEPIECE reveal their latest house masterpiece “Temptation,” Delivering the perfect summertime house track, this release draws inspiration from the legendary R&B/Soul band The Temptations’ 1967 single “I’m Losing You.” SIDEPIECE pays homage to the original while infusing their modern house flair for an instantly classic floor-filler. Loaded with percussion soaked rhythms and jacking house beats, “Temptation” is an everlasting club anthem ready to make waves on the summer circuit.

cRaymak – “Adomania”

CRaymak always brings a sense of a future fast approaching with his production and “Adomaniais a collection of just that. Join us as we revisit the beautiful voice of Katie Sky on “Justify” and drift away into The Nights Collaborated with Green Light Go & Karate Kactus. The chilling Piano Chords of”Another Day” and the sultry flow of “The Freedom” remind us why CRaymak is a name which will reach great heights.

Gregor Tresher – “A Thousand Nights” (David Dejman Remix)

Forged in Chicago’s underground scene, Daniel Dejman is poised to burst onto the techno scene in a big way.  Approved by Tresher himself, Daniel Dejman’s unofficial remix of Gregor Tresher’s 2007 hit “A Thousand Nights” is one exciting release. His rework ramps up the speed, modernizing the classic techno cut with contemporary percussive sounds. Building on the original’s melodic elements. He adds in a deep acid line and frenzied hi-hats whirling over the production, giving the remix a hurried feel. Additionally, Dejman ups the tempo and the track’s overall energy, paying homage to the roots of techno while offering guidance towards a sound geared for modern warehouse ravers.

Stefano Pain & Francesco Molinari – “Borderline”

Borderline” is the anthem you’ll be hearing all summer! Produced by Italian duo Stefano Pain and Francesco Molinari, the track fuses a driving bassline with an epic breakdown melody set to smash any dancefloor as the world optimistically gears up to the eagerly anticipated return of the forthcoming festival season.

SoDown X Bass Physics – “Tension”

American bass music producer and saxophone player SoDown pairs up with Denver-based Bass Physics for the release of their collaborative single, Tension.” The single fuses a well calibrated mix of dubstep with riddim influences and an air of electro-soul given the midas touch of SoDown’s sax. 

Trance Wax – “Rayna” (Shanti Celeste Remix)

A tastemaker DJ, producer, and artist, Shanti Celeste is one of the UK’s brightest talents. Her newest release is a remix of Trance WaxRayna”. This rework channels the classic Motor City sound that has characterized Shanti’s music to date.

Featured image | via Luttrell, Shanti Celeste, Jkyl & Hyde, and Braynin*

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