Ørjan Nilsen x Damon Sharpe – ‘Ghost Ship’
Showcasing his diverse musical taste, Ørjan Nilsen pairs with American singer and recording artist Damon Sharpe for the beautifully lyrical love ballad, ‘Ghost Ship’. Featuring crisp male vocals and heartfelt lyrics, the track is backed up by a clean and bouncy beat produced by Ørjan making it highly-listenable and one of the most powerful singles on his album.
Adventure Club – ‘Death or Glory Sessions’
Next in a series of new music from acclaimed bass act Adventure Club is two-track EP ‘Death or Glory Sessions’. The Montreal-based duo has long been regarded for their earth-shattering, high-energy production and their newest cuts show them in top form.
Maor Levi – ‘Asteroids’
Setting course for new worlds is Maor Levi’s euphoric offering to Armind. From the high-impact kick-bass combos to the cosmic melody and atmospheric sound effects, ‘Asteroids’ is tailored to the biggest stages in the universe.
The Glitch Mob x ZEKE BEATS – ‘Lazer Vision’
‘Lazer Vision’ is a punishing peak-time number, escalating with subtle chords before cascading into a heavy scintillating bassline. The Glitch Mob brings their signature analog style and distinctive percussion, complementing ZEKE BEATS’ scintillating grime flavor and unparalleled turntablist technique. The Australian producer’s futuristic vision takes the cut to another level, effortlessly meshing with the trio’s euphoric production style.
Allen Watts – ‘CDMX’
Immersed in raw power and tailspinning melodies, Allen Watt’s ‘CDMX’ does more damage than a top-speed collision with a freight train. Topped off with shrieking acid lines and thumping bass, this track is sure to become a contender for the title of dance floor destroyer.
Noizu – ‘For Your Soul’
Noizu is making his solo debut on Insomniac Records with a single by the name of ‘For Your Soul’. A dark and ominous energy sits at the center of this cut, with sinister chords being orbited by throbbing basslines, pounding percs, eerie padlines and a soul-gripping vocal.
Alexander Popov x Chris Jones – ‘Another Life’
One of those brilliant cuts where vocals and melody merge into pure magic, Alexander Popov and Chris Jones’ ‘Another Life’ stands its ground firmly as a definite club anthem. With a tidal wave of energy and emotion building and rising, this track guarantees hands-in-the-air action with every play.
Ran-D x Psyko Punkz – ‘Not An Addict (feat. K’s Choice)’
Almost twenty-five years after the initial success of K’s Choice ‘Not An Addict’, Dutch hardstyle tastemakers Ran-D and Psyko Punkz have joined forces to turn the 1995 smash hit into a full-fledged hardstyle anthem. With screaming synths, crunchy kick drums and killer vocals re-recorded by K’s Choice singer Sam Bettens, the revamped ‘Not An Addict’ is bound to take center stage.
Gorgon City x MK – ‘There For You (ARTY Remix)’
Adding a punch to the beat of MK and Gorgon City’s ‘There For You’ with this anthemic remix, ARTY propels the track forward, giving it enough energy to lift a whole dance floor off its feet. Perfecting the method for crafting feel-good electronic music, ARTY’s uplifting output has it all for both the dance and commercial worlds.
Jason Ross x Dabin – ‘One That Got Away (feat. Dylan Matthew)’
Masterminds of melodic bass music Jason Ross and Dabin have come together with the vocal powerhouse Dylan Matthew for ‘One That Got Away’. This one contains each producer’s signature melodic prowess, which pairs perfectly with Dylan Matthew’s passionate vocals. Jason’s sounds perfectly mesh with that of Dabin, and fans have been eagerly awaiting updates on the single since they began teasing it on socials earlier this year.
LP Giobbi – ‘Jungle Queen (feat. TT The Artist)’
Self-described ‘Synth Goddess’, warrior of the dance floor, and DJ, producer LP Giobbi releases her new single, ‘Jungle Queen’ featuring the Florida-born, Baltimore-based singer/rapper/producer TT The Artist. Meshing their various styles, you know this pairing is about to take you on a jungle adventure. Tribal tropical drums kick-start this party with booming vocals compelling all the strong queens to move to the dance floor. Add in some strange animal sounds, exotic birds, bizarre insects and you have the effect of being lost in the beats in the jungle.
Young Bombs – ‘Better Day (feat. Aloe Blacc)’
Buzzing duo Young Bombs share their brand-new single entitled ’Better Day’ featuring Aloe Blacc. Once again, the Vancouver pair architect an uplifting and upbeat soundscape highlighted by shimmering keys and a danceable beat. Above this sonic backdrop, singer and songwriter Aloe Blacc vaults from soulful verses into an instantly unshakable chant. Everything builds towards an unforgettable drop, adding yet another layer to this anthem.
Jauz x Nato Feelz – ‘Erase You’
Leading the single with a seductive vocal sample, ‘Erase You’ intertwines wobbling basslines mixed with percussion-soaked melodies that slowly build into a menacing drop. The skillful production styles of both Jauz and Nato Feelz shine in this track, with the Bite This! label boss lending his signature bass-heavy production style paired with the trademark cinematic touch of Nato Feelz production. ‘Erase You’ is a truly hypnotic tune perfect for repeated listens.
Halsey – ‘Graveyard (Axwell Remix)’
Alok x Hugel – ‘I Don’t Wanna Talk (feat. Amber Van Day)’
Brazilian artist Alok has collaborated with French DJ and producer Hugel and British singer-songwriter Amber Van Day on new single ‘I Don’t Wanna Talk’. Combining upbeat drums with impassioned pop vocals and Alok’s signature Brazilian bass drops, this one possesses all of the elements necessary to become an adored crossover track.
Serge Santiago – ‘Krayzee (Martin Ikin Remix)’
Martin Ikin steps up to put his spin on what has quickly become one of the biggest underground tracks of the summer, ‘Krayzee’ by Serge Santiago. The original mix of this record is a dark, hypnotic, techno-infused track for the early hours. Martin Ikin gives the track a chunky house re-work that retains the groove of the original but reimagines it for a straight-up house crowd. The bassline is the star of the show here, bouncing through the track as the Krayzee vocal is chopped and weaves its way through layers of effects and pristine percussion. Ikin captures the energy and mind-bending effects of the original with glitchy samples that keep you guessing throughout and if it doesn’t get you dancing, then you might have to ask yourself: am I Krayzee?
Dope Lemon – ‘Hey You (Cedric Gervais Remix)’
Grammy Award-winning DJ and producer Cedric Gervais has remixed Australian singer-songwriter Dope Lemon’s hit track ‘Hey You’. Blending Dope Lemon’s smooth, blissed-out vocals with Cedric Gervais’ trademark house-centric sound, the Frenchman’s remix finds the sweet spot between acoustic musicianship and raw dancefloor energy.
Habstrakt – ‘The One (Asdek Remix)’
Back with his signature bass house flare, Parisian producer Asdek flips Habstrakt’s ‘The One’. Asdek constantly redefines house music, and his remix of ‘The One’ is no exception. Flooded with punchy basslines and rousing percussion, Asdek’s take on ‘The One’ is infectious from first note to last.
Wave Racer – ‘This N That (feat. LunchMoney Lewis)’
Australian artist Wave Racer has linked up with US rapper and songwriter LunchMoney Lewis on new single ‘This N That’. Pairing LunchMoney Lewis’ auto tuned vocals with a metallic, ultra-textured production, ‘This N That’ taps into the maximalist sound that Wave Racer has made his own.
Cat Dealers x MAKJ – ‘Rewind (feat. Caelu)’
Cat Dealers team up with US sensation MAKJ for a bass-fuelled offering that is set to keep the spirit of summer alive. ‘Rewind’ opens with bright overtones, fueled 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 Rewind’s worth for peak time play. Showcasing an addictive blend of MAKJ’s open format style with Cat Dealers throttling Brazilian bass lines, the track serves as a versatile gem for main stage and club use.