Armin van Buuren x Haliene – ‘Song I Sing (Ben Gold Remix)’
The original version of ‘Song I Sing’ by Armin van Buuren brought listeners a wonderful and heartfelt piece of music with Haliene’s beautiful vocals which flow right into your soul. In Ben Gold’s remix, the extremely talented DJ and producer gives it that uplifting intensity that gets the dance floor jumping — giving the track some peak time flair!
Markus Schulz – ‘Destinations’
Every journey’s gotta have a destination in mind and this one’s certainly no exception! At the start of the year Markus Schulz’s unquenchable love of mixing set him down a new path. ‘Destinations’ (available now exclusively through Spotify) is his new monthly mix concept. With 30 tracks, it puts into the sharpest of perspectives Markus’s broad canvas of electronic music loves. Voyaging the techno-depths, travelling the prog foothills and reaching up to the trance heights, each mix journeys towards its Destination.
The Glitch Mob – ‘Chemicals’
Los Angeles based trio, The Glitch Mob have continued their forward movement into 2020 with their new EP, ‘Chemicals’. Together, the three artists have combined their different skills and aesthetics into the compellingly collaged whole that has become one of the most beloved live electronic acts, and distinctive recording artists, working today.
DVBBS – ‘Wrong About You’
Above & Beyond – ‘Sahara Love (Acoustic)’
Revisiting an indie-leaning highlight from Above & Beyond’s 2018 Billboard top three album, ‘Common Ground‘, ‘Sahara Love’ has always had a live band’s spirit, even within the original electronic production. The acoustic arrangement champions this further, heavily influenced by the soulful sounds of the 60s.
Anden – ‘Kinsall’
Anden’s ‘Kinsall’ is a masterclass in tight arrangement and production. Their mastery of subtle and perfectly balanced progression is apparent as this monster unfurls toward its bass driven peak — inspired by the tones and riffs of the classics, but firmly in the mould of the Deep State vision.
Bush Babies – ‘Delicious (Nicholson‘s Tidy Two Remix)’
Apollo Nash – ‘Lone Warrior’
Reaper – ‘Heatseeker’
“In the REAPER universe, the ‘HEATSEEKER’ is a weapon of mass destruction intended to destroy individuals who choose not to conform to evil standards. Those who resist will remain a target. This song is the anthem of the revolutionaries who destroyed the sinister machine.”— REAPER
Disco Killerz x Holly T – ‘Nothing To Lose’
‘Nothing To Lose’ is a bulletproof Dance banger from Disco Killerz with a belter of a chorus from Holly T that is guaranteed to have you singing and dancing along, and it will no doubt be the soundtrack to your festival experiences in 2020.
I AM SENTI – ‘Virgin Mojito (Deep House Remix)’
Taking her own flirty EDM track, ‘Virgin Mojito’ and twisting it into a deep house remix, I AM SENTI plays around with her own sound. Pairing her deep, warm and soulful vocals with a bright and bouncy bassline, the electronic embellishments and rhythmic claps carry the listener on to the dancefloor. The luminous energy of the remix means that it can transition from a sweltering beachfront stage in Ibiza to the darkness of 2am club without missing a beat.
Seamus Haji – ‘I Got You (ft. Bryan Chambers)’
Seamus Haji returns to Glitterbox for his latest musical offering ‘I Got You’. Demonstrating his expertise for dancefloor dynamics, this grooving, disco-infused number combines traditional analogue techniques with an irresistible lilting beat, and a generous dose of soul courtesy of Bryan Chambers on vocals.
Christian Löffler – ‘Lys’
A natural calmness and luminance pervades Christian Löffler’s new album, ‘Lys’. A few tracks truly capture optimism most strongly, as if spring has sprung. It’s as if a cycle has been completed for Löffler, an inspiring achievement for the artist who just a year ago found himself unable to produce. Even the record’s darker, heavier track, driven forward by Löffler’s own vocals, contains the maturity of a fully ripened idea. Along with the final focus track, each single comes together to form the backbone of an album which shimmers with hope and optimism.
Ilja Alexander – ‘Someday (Future Bass Remix)’
Carrying forward all of the emotion, impressions and yearnings found in ‘Someday’, Ilja Alexander’s Future Bass Remix provides future bass elements and jagged electronic adornments. With cascading snare drums and layered effects across, a delicate balance of maintaining the integrity of the original track while transporting it to an entirely new genre is struck.
Ramzoid – ‘Vampire’
Kai Wachi x Dylan Matthew – ‘Run’
Musicality has always been a centerpoint for Kai Wachi’s work, but he really steps it up with ‘Run’; proving to listeners not only where his creative talents can go, but where the dubstep genre can venture as a whole. Dylan Matthew soars like never before with a more poetic performance than we’re used to that will leave your body covered in chills from its ominous elusiveness.
Youngr – ‘Memories’
Youngr has released the official music video of the title track for his recently released album, ‘Memories’. This isn’t just any music video though. Dario (Youngr) had asked fans to contribute their own memories. In turn, he incorporated these photos into this final product.