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Ferry Corsten – ‘Radio Crash (T78 Remix)’

Easily one of the most incendiary remixes of a Ferry Corsten track, T78’s rendition of 2008 classic ‘Radio Crash’ should come with bright-red warning signs. Dealing massive dance floor damage with its stomping kick drums, raw acid lines and iconic melody, this peak-time speaker-buster is the true test for sound systems to show what they’re made of.

Jonah – ‘Sssst… Listen (Talla 2XLC Remix)’

The incredible Talla 2XLC delivers a stunning uplifting remix of the beloved trance classic ‘Sssst Listen!’ by Jonah (aka the legendary Benno De Goeij, Mischa van der Heiden and Piet Bervoets). This brand new remix employs tough bouncy kicks and raw percussions and very soon in the mix, the full on uplifting sound becomes prominent and lands on the long and teasing breakdown. The cool vocal demands focus on the huge synthy riff that slowly comes to the surface along with the rough beats. Then finally, there’s a playful build up towards the euphoric hands in the air climax that takes the listener for a ride.

Maurice West – ‘Looking For Your Love’

Underlining the magnitude of his recent studio output, Maurice West’s latest on Armada Music is the kind of record repeat buttons were invented for. Merging his broad-appeal trademark sound with warm, self-sung vocals that give the track its crossover potential, ‘Looking For Your Love’ can rule the night in clubs and living rooms alike.

KhoMha – ‘Profundo’

Fronted by a new production titled ‘Lights Code’, KhoMha’sProfundo’ serves as a testament to the Colombian producer’s production prowess. Also including previously released gems such as ‘Magia’ (with Nezzah), ‘Oblique’ and ‘Earthshine’, this five-track offering spotlights the deeper side to KhoMha’s trademark sound and gives fans a whole new sonic world to dive into.

Kasablanca – ‘Immunity’

Exploding with recent popularity — Kasablanca releases yet another magically crafted work with his latest EP, ‘Immunity’ out via Anujunabeats.

Amidy – ‘Ever Known’

Amidy is touching down on the Lost In Dreams imprint with his first standalone single on the label, ‘Ever Known’, an engrossing melodic bass anthem that locks into his singular cinematic style. 

Lufthaus – ‘Sway (Dense & Pika Remix)’

Putting their hand to Lufthaus’ acclaimed debut single, U.K. pair Dense & Pika push the original track into darkness and obscurity. Oozing with edginess and industrial feel through the suspenseful strings, ominous sound effect and heavily altered vocals, this remix of ‘Sway’ is enigmatic and authentic beyond any dance music fan’s wildest dreams.

Alan Fitzpatrick – ‘Machine Therapy (Remixed)’

In November 2021, British techno legend Alan Fitzpatrick released ‘Machine Therapy’, his first artist album in over a decade, on Anjunadeep. Now, Anjunadeep offers up the official remix package, featuring two new takes from Canadian producer Mathew Jonson and rising Dutch star Steffi, alongside the existing reworks from CamelPhat, Mind Against, Jody Wisternoff, and Genix.

Joachim Pastor – ‘Kenger (Teho Remix)’

Reworking one of the most captivating tracks from Joachim Pastor’s recent debut album, French producer Teho conjures up quite the dreamworld. Luscious, colorful and melodically eloquent, this remix of ‘Kenger’ equals paradise for all dance music fans who prefer calm over chaos. 

C-Systems – ‘Every Star’

Pushing their melody-centric production aesthetic higher than ever before, British-Norwegian duo C-Systems deliver a phenomenal sophomore release to Armin van Buuren’s A State Of Trance label after 2015’s ‘Cascade’. Guided by a pure-bred melody that lights up the night sky, ‘Every Star’ will have fans reaching upward with a smile on their face and sparkles in their eyes.

Deeper Purpose – ‘Stop Trippin’’

UK tech house phenom Deeper Purpose touches down on Insomniac Records with his label debut, ‘Stop Trippin’’a haughty, unapologetic stick of dancefloor dynamite.

MYRNE – ‘Circles’

Through its light and triumphant melodies, ‘Circles’ explores the feeling of stagnation, and how it can take a toll on your physical and mental health. MYRNE plays with this idea, taking its difficult lessons as a reason not to drown in your sorrows, but to emerge completely revitalized.

Kungs – ‘Clap Your Hands’

Less than a year after Kungs’ world-beating success, the album ‘Club Azur’ arrives, heralded by the single ‘Clap Your Hands’, out now. A feel-good anthem with a children’s choir, ‘Clap Your Hands’  is a joyous and sun-kissed tune that advocates lightness and playfulness. 

ADIN – ‘Garden of Mist’

Underground Dutch producer, ADIN creates a labyrinth of hazy grooves on his new three-track ‘Garden of Mist’ EP, serving as his first foray on the Factory 93 Records imprint. 

Kasztan – ‘Celeste (Remixes)’

Pierre-Marie’s Kasztan profile has served as a breath of fresh air to the world of electronica and lowkey techno, intertwining rich textures and grand apex moments with the all-important post-rock sensibilities of his youth. Released in early 2022, his 3-track ‘Celeste’ EP presented a unique sonic experience that proved both progressive and yet familiar. Extending the project’s scope and impact, the French composer now invites two of underground music’s most creative voices, Lawrence Hart and Love Over Entropy, to rework cuts ‘Through The Skies’ and ‘I Can’t’.

Transient – ‘Higher Than The Sky’

Sian and Latroit forge their new two-person project Transient with the release of its inaugural single ‘Higher Than The Sky’, an inebriating nu disco number precipitating as the next offering taken from NIGHTMODE’s seventh season of releases. 

Manila Killa – ‘Dark Places’

“‘Dark Places’ marks the beginning of a new perspective on how I view the world alongside music. Feelings of nostalgia have overcome many of us, including me in the past two years and I wanted to explore that realm through this song. After hearing the initial vocal demo, I immediately knew that I wanted to draw inspiration from brooding, moody and dark influences and Kwesi’s haunting voice and lyrics offer a glimpse of hope that I molded the instrumental production around.”

Manila Killa 

Payfone – ‘Day & Night’

Production duo Payfone debut on Defected with ‘Day & Night’, demonstrating their strictly authentic sound that demands all elements of a record to be 100 percent original. With just the right amount of 2010s deep house nostalgia to keep ‘Day & Night’ fresh for contemporary listeners, this winning formula has worked well so far for Phil Passera and Jimmy Day.

JEANIE – ‘Devil Dance’

JEANIE summons soul-snatching frequencies on her new ‘Devil Dance’ EP, a four-track dubstep ritual marking her debut EP with the Bassrush Records crew. 

Lucille Croft – ‘Patient X’

BAD WOLF HQ is declaring an official state of emergency due to the imminent arrival of Lucille Croft’s post-human form, ‘PATIENT X’. What originally began as a project full of ‘promise and possibilities’ – has spiraled out of control and fans worldwide are strongly urged to prepare themselves for a new era of unbridled creativity and mind-bending artistry. 

Poolhaus – ‘Feel The Rush (Wh0 Remix)’

NYC tech house kingpins Poolhaus return with an energetic remix of their biggest track ‘Feel The Rush’ by acclaimed masked UK house revivalists Wh0. This ravelicious version foregrounds the iconic vocals of Rowetta

*Featured image via Maurice West, Deeper Purpose, Kasztan and Dense & Pika*

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