Armin van Buuren – ‘Don’t Let Me Go (feat. Matluck)’
After welcoming many hardstyle-themed remixes of his own tracks, Armin van Buuren works that angle himself with ‘BALANCE’ album track ‘Don’t Let Me Go’. From the brisk and powerful kick drums to the surging melody and the hope-laden vocals of Matluck, this track is a melting pot of power, emotion and silver linings, and obviously ready to rock.
Solarstone – ‘Sky’
Dropping out of the clear blue yonder, the second single transmission prefacing the release of ‘. . – – –’ (‘Three’) — Solarstone’s impending long player. Really, what better way to start the autumn?!! This one really sees Solarstone reach spiritually, musically and titularly for the “sky”. Pure Trance in its most classic form, ‘Sky’ is equal parts bass and drum powered club rocker and goosebump generating, piano-lit mesmerizer.
deadmau5 – ‘here’s the drop!’
In March of 2018, deadmau5 enchanted fans with ‘where’s the drop?’, an album of re-imagined orchestral arrangements of his previous work. Now, we’re excited to let you know that the music has received a remix treatment on the album, ‘here’s the drop!’
Ørjan Nilsen x Fingerling – ‘1 Like You’
Pairing velvety vocals and a harmonically-rich build up from Ørjan Nilsen and Fingerling, ‘1 Like You’ serves as a more stripped-down, melancholic production. As the fifth single off Ørjan’s highly-anticipated forthcoming album ‘The Devil Is In The Detail’, the 5-minute track experiments with beat shifts that send listeners on a rollercoaster ride of sweet melodies and thumping bass lines.
ARTY – ‘Daydreams (feat. Cimo Fränkel)’
Always one to illustrate the struggles of life with a silver lining, electronic music phenomenon ARTY is back with another masterpiece featuring singer-songwriter Cimo Fränkel. An escape from reality for dance music fans worldwide that erupts into a blaze of progressive house, ‘Daydreams’ is like a ray of sunlight driving the darkness away.
MaRLo – ‘The Power Within (Altitude 2019 Anthem)‘
A full-fledged mainstage anthem as impactful as a meteor crash, MaRLo’s Altitude 2019 themed surge of power really drives home his musical vision. From the edgy bassline to the unrelenting synths and crowd-maddening melody, ‘The Power Within’ unlocks a whole new set of ways for fans to go wild.
Robert Nickson – ‘Tellurian’
Robert Nickson has never gazed down or around when finding inspiration, only ever up. His fascination with reading, interpreting and soundscaping the night sky reaches its apex this October through the release of his first longplaying collection, ‘Tellurian’. Across eighteen pieces of music, the album’s motivational centre is humanity’s relation to the vast expanse above. Having worked at the European Space Agency for two years may have supplied something of an extra perspective to that.
Jason Ross – ‘When The Night Falls (feat. Fiora)’
Jason Ross returns to Ophelia with the announcement of his debut studio album, ‘1000 Faces’, as well as the first single off of the record. The first single, ‘When The Night Falls’ with the talented Fiora, places Jason’s mastery of melodic bass on full display. Lush textures erupt around Fiora’s delicate vocal performance, perfectly setting the stage for ‘1000 Faces’.
Lost Frequencies – ‘Alive and Feeling Fine’
It was Lost Frequencies’ summeresque signature sound that took the world by storm in 2015, but it’s his versatility that made him stand tall amongst the top dance music players since. He showed as much through 2016 album ‘Less Is More’ and he does so again with his second artist album: a double-disc world of wonder called ‘Alive And Feeling Fine’.
Luke Bond x Rub!k – ‘Get Down’
Luke Bond times Rub!k equals mainstage madness, and that’s exactly what you get with their collaborative effort on Armind. Filled to the brim with slamming drums, thick synths and a melody meant to blow you away, ‘Get Down’ is a sonic tremor that’s sure to knock you off of your feet.
Alexander Popov – ‘Interplay 2019’
After devoting the year of 2018 to the release of artist album ‘Intention’, Russia’s Alexander Popov is back this year with another highly anticipated edition of his ‘Interplay’ album series. Chock-full of new music from Interplay artists (e.g. Eximinds, Natalie Gioia) and exclusive remixes of tracks from the ‘Intention’ album, ‘Interplay 2019’ gives fans exactly what they want: twenty brilliant examples of scene-defining trance music.
Maurice West – ‘What The F?!’
It’s really no surprise that another bigroom inclined producer out of Amsterdam is showing signs of major success. Maurice West has had quite the year of releases and performances, all rendering endless support across the electronic music sphere. The burgeoning young producer has an uncanny ability to create pulsating progressive big room records and following the immense success of his last track, Maurice West returns with ‘What The F?!’ – out now across all streaming platforms.
IN / ROTATION – ‘Rotate, Vol. 1’
In the relatively short time it has been operating, Insomniac’s IN / ROTATION imprint has quickly established itself as a hub for house music that demands to be placed on the heavy rinse cycle. The label has made it one of its personal missions to keep the catalog revolving around fresh sounds and names, making it a point of pride of becoming early adopters of artists on the come up. They’ve kept this objective close at hand on every single and EP listed throughout their catalog. And now, they’re ready to make that same statement on their first-ever compilation album, ‘Rotate, Vol. 1’.
Cat Dealers x MAKJ – ‘Rewind (feat. Caelu)’
‘Rewind’ opens with a bright overtone, fuelled by a funk inspired guitar riff and nostalgic vocal line that truly harness the sound of summer. As the track’s motive takes a dramatic turn, the collaborators flaunt their mastery for bass-boosted drops, proving this track’s worth for peak time play. Showcasing an addictive blend of MAKJ’s open format style with Cat Dealer’s throttling Brazilian bass lines, the track serves as a versatile gem for main stage and club use. Both DJ Mag Top 100 placers are renowned for their heavy list of hits, with Rewind destined to follow suit as their next phenomenal dance anthem.
Klingande – ‘Messiah (Tony Romero’s Remix)’
Tony Romera has delivered a club-ready interpretation of ‘Messiah’, fit with catchy piano hooks and powerful sirens. The impressive rework loses none of the emotional elements that characterize Klingande’s hypnotic original track, but adds a ton of flavor.
Youngr – ‘Superman’
Effortlessly taking flight on light vocals and soft chords, Youngr’s brand-new single on Armada Music is the upbeat spark of hope that arrives when listeners need it the most. Armed with empowering lyrics, noble intentions and charged synths, ‘Superman’ is all that is good in dance music today.
ORK¿D – ‘Carrerilla’
ORK¿D is summoning all of his sonic superpowers to animate the mesmerising ‘Carrerilla’. With this and his recent catalog of music, ORK¿D is quickly amassing a succession of cultured fans swooning for his uniquely crafted music.