Van Halen – ‘Jump’ (Armin van Buuren Remix)
It’s not every day that you see two very different legendary artists team up for a common cause, but today is one of those memorable days that dance music fans won’t soon forget. The renowned Dutch DJ and producer Armin van Buuren has taken on the challenge of remixing Van Halen’s classic 1983 smash hit ‘Jump’.
Having debuted this track at Ultra Music Festival, we’ve been awaiting its release since day one. Armin van Buuren flawlessly puts his signature, uplifting, progressive, trance spin on the iconic rock anthem, kicking off the remix by isolating front man David Lee Roth’s iconic verse and adding in arpeggiating synths and cowbell for good measure. Naturally the remix explodes once it reaches the song’s classic chorus, and never lets go from there, steadily building until an unforgettable climax. Who would’ve thought ‘Jump’ could get any more anthemic?!
Rodg x Matt Fax – ‘Eukarya’
A sizzling team-up between two rising stars, Rodg and Matt Fax’s ‘Eukarya’ has listeners diving into a fresh slice of progressive magic right off the bat. Featured on Rodg’s sophomore artist album ‘Fate’, this cut is melodically impeccable, captivating and euphoric, just the way we like it. The pairing of these two artists makes for a progressive journey for your mind and ears.
W and W x Blasterjaxx – ‘Let The Music Take Control’
As two of dance music’s most exciting duos, W and W and Blasterjaxx know what it takes to make a mainstage crowd go wild. The Dutchmen urge fans to give in to the slamming beats and powerful melodies with their new single on W and W’s Rave Culture label ‘Let The Music Take Control’.
In the slipstream of the previous collaborations that saw them conquer the scene a few years back, W and W and Blasterjaxx are back with a huge anthem that’s already been rocking festivals and clubs around the globe. Engineered for mass dance floor cracking with massive kick drums and huge synths, this tracks show fans from all over the globe why you should always ‘Let The Music Take Control’.
Tomas Heredia – ‘Better Place’ (feat. TATA)
A lovely Trance 2.0 production from Tomas Heredia, ‘Better Place’ speaks of hope when all seems lost. Inspiring listeners through gorgeous melodies and TATA’s serene vocals, this record is where dreams, longing and heart’s desires collide.
Mambo Brothers – ‘If You Wanna’
With filtered synths and a grooving bassline building the base of the track, Mambo Brothers utilize euphoric melodies and fluttery percussion to create an uplifting summer cut with ‘If You Wanna’. A flawless attempt at a summer in Ibiza anthem, the track showcases yet another side to the brothers’ repertoire sound.
Vicetone – ‘Waiting’ (feat. Daisy Guttridge)
Dutch production duo Vicetone have released their mesmerizing new single, ‘Waiting’, featuring Daisy Guttridge, accompanied by a lyrical video. The track is a blissful cross between Vicetone’s carefully curated production and Daisy Guttridge’s cultivating, indie-pop vocals.
Feenixpawl x Rico and Miella – ‘Play With Fire’
Whether it’s light and breezy pop-dance magic, fully electronic club-wrecking madness or something special that fits right in between the two, the productions of Australia’s Feenixpawl are esteemed across the global dance music scene, and rightfully so. Continuing their streak of top records today, the Grammy-nominated duo joined forces with iconic electronic music pair Rico and Miella for a song that’s destined to burn bright: ‘Play With Fire’.
Masterfully composed Progressive House in its finest, most hooking form, Feenixpawl’s collab with Rico & Miella has mainstage magic written all over it. From the entrancing chord progressions to the vocal duet and synth-led melody, ‘Play With Fire’ has all the hallmarks of a fiery festival anthem.
Malaa – ‘Revolt’ (feat. JACKNIFE)
‘Revolt’ is a mesmerizing blend of throbbing synths and bass-heavy beats that is a signature craft of Malaa. Featuring the unique sound of Australian electro-house producer, JACKNIFE, ‘Revolt’ stands as a deep and intricate track creating an instant go-to club banger.
FUTURECODE x Ruben de Ronde – ‘Trinity’
Having been making a name for themselves in the trance world recently, FUTURECODE (Ben Gold x Omnia) have teamed up with Ruben de Ronde for their new track ‘Trinity’. These three artists really fused together as one for this explosive record. Read more here.
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