Solarstone x Betsie Larkin – ‘Indestructible’
Placing a momentary pause on the abiding uplift and floor elevation of Solarstone’s ‘3’ album, ‘Indestructible’ serves as a meditative midpoint oasis for his latest longplayer. Introspective of lyric and expressive of song, through it, Betsie Larkin rhapsodically contemplates love’s indomitable side. Never less than poignant, its love-conquers-all message couldn’t be clearer. Solarstone’s supporting production is a study in majestic slo-mo, with Richard fashioning nothing less than a tapestry through its soaring guitars, atmospherically charged piano and imaginative percussion arrangements.
Black Tiger Sex Machine – ‘Let’s Get It’
Black Tiger Sex Machine are closing out 2020 with the release of their new single ‘Let’s Get It’ which will mark the beginning of the Futuristic Thriller Tour. The hybrid dubstep heater has been a staple in BTSM sets over this fall and festival season, but now it is here for the headbangers worldwide!
Saltwater – ‘The Legacy (ReOrder Remix)’
Turning his hand to Saltwater’s world-renowned classic, ReOrder offers up an uplifting slam dunk sure to set the scene on fire. With blazing synths narrating the epic melody, this remix of ‘The Legacy’ is sure to become a timeless crowd favorite as well.
NGHTMRE – ‘CASH COW (NIGHTMRE & BLVK JVCK VIP)’
Recently, NGHTMRE teamed up with Atlanta’s Gunna for ‘CASH COW’. Now, he is looking to remain in the headlines with the VIP of ‘CASH COW’ in collaboration with BLVK JVCK. The two deliver an absolute facelift to the original record. Incorporating mass electronic elements, this rendition aims to wreak havoc amongst any dancefloor.
STANDERWICK x Eric Lumiere – ‘Another Life’
A definite trance anthem tailored to the mainstage, STANDERWICK and Eric Lumiere’s ‘Another Life’ has all the hallmarks of a timeless crowd favorite. With classic trance saws, amazing vocals and rising chords that take listeners into a whole new world, this track sets fans up with enough trance-tinged wonder for years.
Maurice West – ‘Euforika 2000’
‘Euforika 2000’ opens with an infectious melodic hook that can be heard at various points throughout its three-minute run time, defining its motive with anthemic flare. Repurposing the euphoric riff as a trance-lead synth, Maurice West builds the intro, adding softer pads before the drop that brings about a change in texture. After a staple bigroom build up, the four-to-the-floor chorus drops alongside a pitch-blending synth, galvanised by a driving beat. West then nods to his diverse musical upbringing with a virtuosic guitar-peddled lead synth that takes focus, leading the track to its final drop and chorus.
SNAILS – ‘World of Slime’
Coming off the madness of his ‘World of Slime’ tour, which has become his biggest headline tour to date, SNAILS shares his highly anticipated World of Slime EP, a jam-packed eight track EP, full of SNAILS’ signature wubs alongside collaborations with some of bass music’s finest artists.
PLS&TY x Dia Frampton – ‘Summer’s Young (The Remixes)’
Future bass DJ/producer PLS&TY has dropped an explosive five-track remix package for his most recent single ‘Summer’s Young’, featuring the vocals of singer-songwriter Dia Frampton. This wonderful track has seen remixes by the likes of Cazzette, Kill Paris, Daktyl, Shadient, and Ownglow.
Alex Wilcox – ‘Because The Sky Is Blue’
The feeling of pleasant indifference mimics Alex Wilcox’s ease of staying sonically dynamic and disregarding old archetypes of what it means to be an electronic music producer. ‘Because The Sky Is Blue’s repertoire could be described as Indie-Dance mixed with Berghain Techno, ambient breakbeats splashed with mid-2000s dubstep vocal-chopping, aggressive tech-house dragged through a sex-club — the list goes on. But one thing remains constant and that is how staggeringly creative this piece of work is.
Snakehips – ‘Lost Tapes 2013-19’
Made up almost exclusively of original, unreleased Snakehips material from the vaults, ‘Lost Tapes 2013-19’ is a compilation of forgotten beats, sketches and ideas from the last six years. The boys brought together a handful of MP3s and turned it into a mixtape to mark the end of the 2010s.
Will Clarke x Huxley – ‘Love Somebody’
We Are The Brave’s latest offering sees revered producers Will Clarke and Huxley join forces to deliver a deep, catchy techno monster. Primed with massive, penetrating drums, subterranean bass tones and an ear-worm vocal hook — their ‘Love Somebody’ EP is sure to throw you into a boundless journey.
Trixxie – ‘Stuck On You’
Trixxie recently made her debut in the electronic music world with the release of her collaborative single ‘All of My Life’. To close out her breakout year she returns with her new single ‘Stuck On You’. The single continues to define Trixxie’s burgeoning sound with a set of electrifying instrumentals.
Topic x A7S – ‘Breaking Me’
‘Breaking Me’ opens with a wildly catchy vocal cut reminiscent of a lullaby, leading the listener in with instantly recognizable sing-along acapella. Emotional lyrics paired with bouncing synths and a brilliant bassline combine to form a highly addictive, and radio-ready dance-leaning pop song. Topic and A7S structured the track using the focal point of a hook melody, which they described as ‘a meeting point between heartbreak and zestful beats’. Splicing painful memories with uplifting notes, ‘Breaking Me’ hits the sweet spot and will surely be a hit among both new and old fans of the German producer.