Solarstone – ‘Seven Cities (Tom Staar Remix)’
A huge, no-holds-barred and emotionally charged remix from none other than Tom Staar, this brand-new rendition of Solarstone’s ‘Seven Cities’ celebrates the twenty-year anniversary of the unmistakably evergreen Trance anthem. From the iconic guitar-like synth soars to the pounding drums and stadium-quivering bass, this reimagination makes for quite a memorable ride on dance floors worldwide.
Orjan Nilsen – ‘Sankthansaften’
Sterling progressive from Norway’s Orjan Nilsen, ‘Sankthansaften’ shimmers like the sky on a gorgeous midsummer night. A token of appreciation for the country he calls home, this melody-driven masterpiece makes for a breathtaking soundscape that tickles the imagination as both a standalone single and one of the most alluring tracks on Armin van Buuren’s ‘A State Of Trance, Ibiza 2020’ mix album.
Dezza x Matt Fax x PRAANA – ‘Colorscapes Vol. Two’
Showcasing the cream of the crop from progressive, deep and melodic house music, the inaugural Colorscapes compilation was launched in September 2019 – it hit the iTunes top 10 and spawned a series of exciting events in London, with performances from acts like Matt Fax and Dezza making it a truly exciting showcase for underground house music. Now Colorscapes returns for ‘Colorscapes Vol. Two’ with 50 tracks spread across three mixes from PRAANA as well as previous acts Dezza and Matt Fax, this year’s edition packs a punch!
Camelphat – ‘Witching Hour (feat. Will Easton)’
Multi-platinum and Ivor-Novello nominated duo Camelphat have today announced their highly anticipated debut album ‘Dark Matter’ out on 30th October via RCA UK. They have also shared a new track ‘Witching Hour (feat. Will Easton)’ available as an instant grat with all pre-orders of the album.
MAKJ – ‘Green Light’
“I’ve had a past life racing cars, and this song is the theme song to my racing heritage. There’s that first listen when it sounds like a club song, but after the second listen, you want to drive in your car at 2 a.m. hitting all green lights. The track is being used by IndyCar in their ‘A Different Breed’ campaign and is an homage to my racing career. The energy and adrenaline I felt when racing in my early teens needed to be made into a record, and that’s how ‘Green Light’ was born.”— MAKJ
Chris Schweizer – ‘Singularity’
Signaling the point of no return for all who so eagerly dive into the trademark sound blasts of Argentinean Trance titan Chris Schweizer, ‘Singularity’ abandons all forms of control in favor of some good ol’ speaker splitting. With gated Trance saws and thumping kick-bass combos taking evolution to the next level, ‘Singularity’ is bound to cause irreversible change to the dance floor as we know it.
ReOrder x Sarah de Warren – ‘Back To Life’
Touching on pure perfection with his second-ever release on the A State Of Trance label, ReOrder embraces the blissful vocal tones of Sarah de Warren to bring about a truly uplifting spectacle. Decked out with gorgeous melodies, ever-elevating progressions and a tidal wave of both lyrical and instrumental emotion, ‘Back To Life’ will light a fire in the hearts of all who listen.
Clément Leroux – ‘Circle Line’
The long-anticipated debut album of the talented producer, multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter, ‘Circle Line’ narrates the first steps of Clément Leroux as a young adult in the city of London. Drawing on themes of love, breaking up and the healing thereafter, the 14-track album maps out the figurative crossroads of dealing with real independence for the first time and shows how all of these new experiences can light a fire within.
Ted When – ‘Eyes Closed (YehMe2)’
Kito x ZHU – ‘Follow (Dillon Francis Remix)’
Kito and ZHU’s ultimate summer club record ‘Follow (with Jeremih)’ receives a lively new remix courtesy of Dillon Francis. The genre-hopping producer/DJ leans into the song’s blissful vibes, mixing the original’s piano hits and percussion with his own dance floor-ready groove.
Secondcity x Paul Woolford – ‘All I Want (Andrea Martin)’
DJ Xplicit – ‘Black and Blue’
NYC-based producer DJ Xplicit has recently released his new single ‘Black and Blue’ on Disco:wax and One Seven earlier this month. Designed with the dancefloor in mind, the lively track straddles the lines of house and pop music. Setting the stage for what’s to come, ‘Black and Blue’ effortlessly showcases DJ Xplicit’s undeniable studio talent.
Groove Armada – ‘Edge of the Horizon’
Blending a melting pot of styles, ‘Edge of the Horizon’ encapsulates the diverse myriad of sonic influences that have informed the Groove Armada sound past, present, and future. The album shows how Groove Armada’s flair for merging electro elements with the infectious energy of a live band remains as strong as ever.
Cosmo’s Midnight – ‘Yesteryear’
“Our second album is about reflecting on the past with not only nostalgia but also an element of melancholia ~ all the formative experiences that we absorb growing up both good and bad. It’s an album inspired by personal growth, looking back on these experiences, learning from them and moving forward with optimism. Stylistically we have always looked back to genres our parents introduced to us growing up; disco, funk, psychedelia, alt-pop of the 70s and 80s. In ‘Yesteryear’ we have honed in on that, moving away from overly produced sounds to more organic instrumentation, focused on feeling rather than thinking.”— Cosmo’s Midnight
DirtySnatcha x Matt Doe – ‘More Than This (feat. Katie Sky)’
DirtySnatcha is back once again this month with ‘More Than This’, a collaborative track released alongside Canadian dubstep DJ/producer Matt Doe, featuring the vocal talent of U.K.-based singer/songwriter Katie Sky. A subtly filtered vocal cut can be heard, slowly seeping its way into the sonic space. Katie Sky’s effortlessly flowing singing voice eventually takes front and center alongside a driving beat and warbly, distorted soundscapes. The stark juxtaposition is expertly crafted here, drawing an audibly sharp contrast between the relentlessly harsh dubstep elements and Sky’s richly-sang lyrics. The oscillating basslines, propelling beat, and infectious melody are all quintessential hallmarks of what’s sure to be another prime addition to Excision’s brand new imprint.
Quiet Bison – ‘High Like This (feat. Reo Cragun)’
Following a brief hiatus, Portland native Quinn Brown AKA Quiet Bison returns to the forefront of emerging electronic talent. ‘High Like This’ featuring rapper Reo Cragun is the lead single to Quiet Bison’s forthcoming debut album.
Moore Kismet – ‘Beauty Is A Facade’
The bass music prodigy known as Moore Kismet is ready to unleash their latest creation. ‘Beauty Is a Facade’ is a touching slice of post-dubstep, which came to fruition as the young producer was coming to grips with the way they identified. It’s a powerful message that is driven home beautifully through a glitchy journey through the genius of Moore Kismet.
pluko – ‘redux (w/ Chopsoe)’
Multi-hyphenate artist pluko has joined forces with Parisian producer Chopsoe for an explosive new experimental bass track ‘redux‘. Opening the track with a grandiose cinematic bass chord progression, ‘redux’ fuses dirty synths, rambunctious bass-drops and experimental trap beats into one finely calibrated tune. ‘redux’ encompasses the strengths of the two producers, who continue to defy genres and go beyond the limits of expectations with their music.
Madame Ghandi – ‘Young Indian Reimagined’
“As a producer, I wanted to hold a remix competition to see where else we could take the song, and to connect with new collaborators digitally during this time of quarantine. I’m hype for you all to experience ‘Young Indian Reimagined’ and travel around the world with me as we experience the track through multiple genres.”— Madame Ghandi
EVAN GIIA – ‘tiny life’
Today, EVAN GIIA released her buoyant new single, ‘tiny life’, which will be heard during ESPN’s college football campaign. The vibrant official video, which she shot over the summer while in quarantine at her family’s rural Massachusetts home, celebrates the simple joys of being out in nature, echoing the line “wake up – get outside”.