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FERR by Ferry Corsten x Geronimo Snijtsheuvel – ‘Dark Water’

Under his FERR alias, award winning producer Ferry Corsten teams up with the talented composer Geromino Snijtsheuvel for a follow up on their previous collaboration ‘Gravity Waves’. With their new composition ‘Dark Water’ they both embrace their cinematic sounds combining it into a true masterpiece.

Ferry Corsten Dark Water

Loud Luxury x Brando – ‘Gummy’

Joining forces again after gaining global recognition with smash hit ‘Body’, Loud Luxury and Brando take their next step toward power play status. Combining emotive piano chords with thought-provoking lyrics before unleashing its beefed-up club appeal, ‘Gummy’ marks the next high-magnitude collab between the Canadian hotshot duo and the L.A. multi-talent.

Loud Luxury Featuring Brando Gummy

Fatum – ‘Bloodlust’

Kicking ass in a way only a Fatum record can, ‘Bloodlust’ is a true dance floor bulldozer. Steeped in raw power surges, barbaric bass blasts and violent beat drops, this track is set to blow the mainstage to bits.

Fatum Bloodlust

W&W x Lucas & Steve – ‘Do It For You’

As if W&W and Lucas & Steve were made for each other, ‘Do It For You‘ perfectly blends the energy and feelgood melodics of their music. The records builds momentum with sweet, uplifting vocals, leading into a massive big room chorus, followed by a hands-in-the-air drop that’s bound to create mayhem on this season’s festival stages.

W&W and Lucas & Steve Do It For You

Win and Woo – ‘Sleepwalking’

Fresh from making waves with recent single ‘Here U R’, Win and Woo land on Armada Music to spotlight their infectious sound for a second time. From the bouncing rhythms to Kyle Palmer’s captivating vocals and the bags of Pop appeal, ‘Sleepwalking’ makes you spend every waking minute on the dance floor.

Win and Woo Sleepwalking

ARTY x Stellz – ‘Outburst’

Over the past two years, the ARTY fanbase has evolved from just a community to a family rooted in the core values of collaboration, altruism, acceptance, awareness, and passion. Inspired by this strong relationship with fans, the electronic music tastemaker launches a brand-new collaborative project called ‘From Russia With Love’, a set of EPs stacked with collaborations between ARTY himself and the friends he grew up within Russia. And now with the first EP on the horizon, ARTY has linked up with Stellz to deliver the EP’s first song: Outburst’.

Arty From Russia With Love

deadmau5 – ‘SATRN / COASTED / FALL (Remixes)’

Over the course of his U.S. cubev3 tour late 2019, deadmau5 released a trilogy of singles. ‘SATRN’, ‘COASTED’ and ‘FALL’ were new material featured as part of his new cubev3 show complimenting the most complex production he has ever presented. Now, deadmau5 has released a pack of these songs with remixes by mau5trap friends Sian, Jay Robinson and Speaker Honey

Ookay x Hydraulix – ‘Poor Connection’

WAKAAN signee Hydraulix and bass-fusion legend Ookay unleash a composition of glitchy synths on their collaborative single, ‘Poor Connection’. 

Far Out x KARRA – ‘Constellation’

Constellation’ is Far Out’s introductory track on Ophelia. The melodic artist blends cinematic Electronic Dance Music with storytelling elements and features the amazing songwriting talent of KARRA, a label favorite.

Duke Dumont – ‘Love Song’

Multi-platinum-selling artist Duke Dumont has unveiled his new track ‘Love Song’ out now via Astralwerks. Combining driving kick drums with emotion-drenched vocal samples and poignant orchestral elements, Dumont delivers a melodic record that leaves a lasting impression.

Duke Dumont Love Song

Sistek x Tudor – ‘No Fair Game’

Sistek, alongside frequent collaborator Tudor, is back with the second song off of his debut EP. ‘No Fair Game’ continues the story of love gone awry. The catchy melodies and warm undertones quickly introduce us to the key concept behind the song, that there’s no fair game when it comes to love.

MitiS – ‘Shattered EP (Remixes)’

As a follow up to MitiS first EP off Ophelia, fellow melodic producers Nurko and Culture Code present their remixes of the two vocal tracks off the ‘Shattered EP’. 

Biicla – ‘Deeper’

“While creating this track, I was trying to make it sound as soft as 2000’s ones. For me it’s something really special because it perfectly combines the narrative line with the conceptual idea. ‘Deeper’ is the track I would listen to in the background and sing along myself.”


Felix Jaehn – ‘Sicko (ft. GASHI x FAANGS)’

After a year that saw Felix Jaehn reinvent his career through meticulous songwriting and an unwavering commitment to self-acceptance, the German hitmaker is back with a certified smash — ‘Sicko’. Experimenting with more urban material across the record, both GASHI and FAANGS interplay across two halves of the track. The radio ready production is unique in its dual meaning, with the lyrics suggesting a sad, lonely reality experienced by many artists’, perpetuated by constant touring and emotional ups and downs.

Emancipator – ‘Himalayan’

Himalayan’ — the new single from Emancipator captures, “a sense of enlightenment, reflection, and achievement, perhaps what one would feel standing at the summit of a long ascent looking out above the clouds. The sounds of waves and reversed piano carry during the outro symbolize a nostalgic nod back to the earlier times at sea level.”

Nocturnal Sunshine x Peaches – ‘Possessed (Remixes)’

Teaming up on ‘Possessed‘, the characteristic production of Nocturnal Sunshine arguably brings out a sense of emotional agility in Peaches vocal who provides the inflicting and hissing vocals to Coles’ bubbling bass elements. Now, the original finds new forms with a triplet of remixes from two prominent Berlin-based cohorts; two from DJ, producer and FUSE London resident, Rossko, and the other from the Trance-y break-beat rave-master, Nathan Micay

*Featured image via Ferry Corsten, W&W, Lucas & Steve and Duke Dumont*

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