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Armin van Buuren – ‘Balance (Remixes, Pt. 1)’
Calling upon the specific remix skills of dance music’s finest, Armin van Buuren proudly presents the first ‘Balance’ remix package. With imaginative new directions of ‘Mr. Navigator’, ‘It Could Be’ and ‘Runaway’ delivered by i_o, Genix and Erly Tepshi, this first part is of such a mouth-watering quality that fans are already looking forward to the next batch of ‘Balance‘ remixes.
Gabriel and Dresden – ‘Remedy’
Embracing their return to the manic, disorienting life of touring, Gabriel and Dresden sought respite in the tranquility of their Spokane studio. Here, ensconced in the stillness of nature, the next chapter of the duos story was written: a new album called ‘Remedy’.
Above and Beyond – ‘Blue Monday’
Few tracks capture the indie-electronic spirit that inspires Above and Beyond quite like New Order’s iconic single from 1983: ‘Blue Monday’. One of the most recognizable riffs in electronic music, ‘Blue Monday’ was a platinum-selling record in the U.K., inspiring a generation of producers – Jono, Tony, and Paavo included – with its innovative sound design.
Gareth Emery x Ashley Wallbridge x Jonathan Mendelsohn – ‘Never Before (STANDERWICK Chill Mix)’
Deep-diving into his creative mojo, STANDERWICK shows a new side to his production process with this radiant rendition of Gareth Emery and Ashley Wallbridge’s ‘Never Before’. With classic, smooth-as-silk leads, Jonathan Mendelsohn’s striding vocals and quirky beats, this remix is the sonic equivalent to a clear blue sky.
Matt Fax – ‘Animal (ft. Trove)’
Boris Brejcha – ‘To The Moon And Back’
A driving, hypnotic roller, ‘To The Moon And Back’ is a no-frills club track designed for the late night dancefloor. Boris Brejcha combines his distinctive four-on-the-floor drum patterns with glitchy bass and stabbing synths offering up a cocktail of euphoric energy.
Corti Organ x Max Cameron – ‘Blast’
Joining forces with Max Cameron again, Corti Organ bring their bulldozing signature sound to Andrew Rayel’s inHarmony label. From the cinematic, high-tension breakdown to the eruption of synths, this ‘Blast’ of Power Trance is sure to wreak havoc in clubs across the globe.
Kevin Saunderson x Patrick Topping – ‘Frisk’
Kevin Saunderson prepares to kick off the 2020 KMS calendar strong, dropping a collaboration with one of the U.K.’s most sought-after DJ/producers on the circuit: TRICK label head Patrick Topping. ‘Frisk’ is straight fire, and a hefty weapon to work the clubs with.
Cubicore x Shane54 – ‘Personal Jesus’
MK x Sonny Fodera x Raphaella – ‘One Night (Dom Dolla Remix)’
A deep, progressive take on the piano-driven original, the Dom Dolla remix of ‘One Night’ by MK and Sonny Fodera featuring the sultry vocals of singer Raphaella — takes the listener on a captivating six-minute-journey into dance music’s most emotive corners being the first of many remixes to come.
Rub!k – ‘Shine (ft. Linney)’
In the wake of his previous release on A State Of Trance, Rub!k partners with Linney to deliver an exceptional Vocal Trance track to the imprint. From the hopeful vocals to the radiant melodies and jaw-dropping breakdown, ‘Shine’ seems custom made for the mainstage spotlight.
GT_Ofice – ‘Stay The Night (ft. xoxomyah)’
Fall in love with this track the same way xoxomyah sings about falling for a hopeful lover. ‘Stay The Night’ is a ballad for romantics all around and GT_Ofice builds upon the flawless vocals with a fun and bouncy tune that amplifies the feeling of the track so lovingly.
BRKLYN – ‘Nobody But You (ft. Jocelyn Alice)’
Setting the tone with nostalgic pads and Jocelyn Alice’s dynamic vocals before letting the piano chords take charge, BRKLYN’s new offering is the perfect collision of musicality and rhythm. With a grade A groove and a vibe oozing with positivity, ‘Nobody But You’ will make listeners feel on top of the world right from the off.
Jauz – ‘Dangerous Waters’
Black Caviar – ‘Mr. Vain’
Adorned with a disco-funk vibe, Black Caviar’s new track ‘Mr. Vain’ encompasses the high-energy and rhythmic grooves that the NYC duo is known to deliver. From start to finish, listeners are thrown into a dance frenzy filled with funky basslines and disco-inspired melodies. Driven by boastful lyrics, ‘Mr. Vain’ makes its mark leading up to the release of ‘Caviar Chronicles V1’.
Dabin – ‘Holding On’
In true Dabin fashion, ‘Holding On’ takes the listener on a sonic journey filled with nostalgia. This dance/pop crossover track opens with a light melody before ambient vocals arise, smoothly blending with a guitar melody. The song showcases adept instrumentation and a variety of emotional peaks and valleys, adding another monumental melodic bass track to Dabin’s release rolodex.
NY Theramin Society – ‘Theramin 100’
To mark the 100th birthday of the theremin, the NY THEREMIN SOCIETY is pleased to announce the release of ‘THEREMIN 100’ — a compilation featuring 50 international theremin artists from 18 countries performing original works.
Hippie Sabotage – ‘Wrong Time’
Opening with a rolling guitar line, ‘Wrong Time’ breaks open with Jeff’s somber vocals and the kick of a bass drum. The song captures the push and pull of a relationship. With melancholy lyrics layered over a smooth psychedelia production, ‘Wrong Time’ showcases Hippie Sabotage’s broad range of talent.
Conrank x Mersiv – ‘NO!’
Conrank kicks off 2020 with new single ‘NO!’ joining forces with the Denver bass producer Mersiv. The track, a huge fan favorite, fuses both producers’ expertly crafted bass designs and has caused many throwdowns on the dance floor over the summer.
Diamond Eyes – ‘Gravity’
UK producer Diamond Eyes (Joshua Marment) makes his hotly anticipated NCS label return with new future bass single ‘Gravity’. The track, an uplifting future bass cut that carries a juxtaposing lyrical thread, is a heartfelt reflection on Marment’s darkest time.
Kyle Watson – ‘I Got You (ft. Apple Glue)’
Uppermost – ‘Fire Starter’
On ‘Fire Starter’, Uppermost underlines his versatility as an artist, boldly experimenting with a fusion of electronica and rock. The track is at once dramatic and striking, delivering the impact of its sound unflinchingly. As immaculately crafted as anything else in his portfolio, ‘Fire Starter’s powerful and carefully considered soundscape celebrates nonconformity while accentuating Uppermost’s ability to remain innovative and original.