Jam and Spoon – ‘Follow Me’ (Jerome Isma-Ae Remix)
Jam and Spoon’s nothing-less-than-immortal proto-trance classic ‘Follow Me’ has been put under the microscope by Jerome Isma-Ae. His mix manages to echo the original’s ‘trance-before-trance’ ethics whilst still coming off powerfully futuristic. Assembling its sounds and sequences into a more progressive arrangement, his rework knows exactly when to rein it in and when to rain that FX fire.
Luke Bond – ‘Left Of Us’ (feat. Tyler Graves)
U.K. DJ and producer, Luke Bond has given the momentum surrounding his persona another gigantic boost by emerging with another Vocal Trance smash: ‘Left Of Us (feat. Tyler Graves)’. With fluttering synths, thrilling chord progressions and Tyler Graves’ angelic vocals, Luke Bond sets the tone for yet another colossal production that pounds like a jackhammer. Built out with smacking snare drums and a melody no soul can withstand, this track is so wildly energetic there will only be ruined dance floors left when the dust settles.
DubVision – ‘Hope’
The DubVision brothers are spreading positive vibes. As their track ‘Hope’ waits to exhale EDM triumph, frequent Armada flyers Victor and Stephan give you a choice as to how to get your mojo running: either choose the chorus that’s bound to have choirs of clubbers singing along, or the melodic drop causing a color run of arms to wave their appreciation.
Andrew Rayel x HALIENE – ‘Take All Of Me’
Moldova’s own, Andrew Rayel maintains the profile given to him as a top 100 “modern-day Mozart” with vocal trance exhibiting emotion, freedom and passion. Directed by the divinity of HALIENE, the star of Rayel’s newest record. ‘Take All of Me’ is easygoing in its run-up towards the height of exultation, guiding pianos giving way to a blinding climax where your only reaction is to dance into the light.
BRKLYN – ‘Can’t Take My Money’
ReOrder & Cassandra Grey – ‘Goodbye’ (Omnia Remix)
It’s time to say ‘hello’ to ‘Goodbye’! The track by ReOrder and Cassandra Grey has been taken to the lab by Omnia for an excellent remix. The bittersweet has been toned down, and the dials have been turned up on the feel good. This rework highlights the suddenly irresistibly singalong nature of its song. Clearly, it’s a track that’s truly is in its element when it’s setting light to festivals worldwide.
Ben Gold – ‘Sapphire (Recut)’
Armada blockbuster, Ben Gold returns to rock the spot and redefine what it means to power on all cylinders, putting even more fire into his 2010 smash single ‘Sapphire’ with 2019’s ‘Sapphire (Recut)’. Mounted to a gritty mechanised bass, moments of clarity and calm are simply overwhelmed by the kind of trance fantasia that gives full overload from top to bottom. And with a colossal build and drop, Gold nominates himself as chief of festival lift-offs this year.
SNAILS – ‘RKO’ (feat. Rico Act)
SNAILS is back with his new single ‘RKO’ featuring Rico Act. Wrestling officially meets its headbanging match with this track — containing that signature SNAILS heaviness and grit, which pairs perfectly with Rico Act’s bars, while paying homage to famous WWE wrestler Randy Orton.
Jauz – ‘Don’t Leave Me’
Jauz dives into the underground with his latest track ‘Don’t Leave Me’, a vibrant tech/house heater that will be setting fire to dance floors across the globe. Filled with funky chord patterns and an atmospheric vocal sample, this one is an intoxicating track infused with Jauz’s signature bumping basslines.
ASTROJAXX – ‘Universe’ (feat. Mechi Pieretti)
‘Universe’ introduces itself with a magnificent acoustic headline aside a grand piano melody as Mechhi Pieretti’s sultry lyrics proceed to flood the production with Latin influenced guitar and 16 year old ASTROJAXX on keys. The record is a smooth summer gem that is bound to draw listeners in with its unparalleled vocals and production.
Solardo and Eli Brown – ‘XTC’
UK tech-house titans, Solardo and Eli Brown team up for their track ‘XTC’. The release arrives amidst Solardo’s Bodyworks residency at Hï Ibiza. With two of the scene’s leading acts joining forces, it’s no surprise that this is a track with undeniable dance-floor appeal.
Crazy Cousinz x Alex Mills – ‘Amnesia’
With a long history of success within the funky house genre, Flukes’ (aka Crazy Cousinz) new offering has all the hallmarks of a summertime dance anthem. Collaborating with long-time friend and notorious dance vocalist Alex Mills, the pair’s combined expertise in the studio has seen them rustle up an infectious house production. Boasting Flukes’ signature uplifting beats with Mills’ mesmerising vocals, ‘Amnesia’ is a catchy creation that is guaranteed to be blasted loud from stereos and dancefloors alike.
Growlz – ‘Champion of Sound’
Growlz has returned to Circus Records. Back on the label, he’s here to celebrate a decade of bangers by unleashing ‘Champion of Sound’. Lovers of immaculate sound design and blasting bass best keep an ear to the ground for this track and more by Growlz.
Boregore x Abella Danger – ‘911’
Creatively joining forces on their hot new single ‘911’, Borgore and Abella Danger team up on this seductive track. Featuring Borgore’s bass heavy production style combined with sultry vocals from Abella Danger, this one begins as a fun dance single with hard hitting baselines and party vibes.