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Above & Beyond – “Thing Called Love” (Oliver Heldens Remix)

Considered the founding father of ‘future house’, Oliver Heldens is taking his turn in reworking Above & Beyond’s classic hit “Thing Called Love”. This release is one of several new remixes of classic Above & Beyond tracks to emerge as part of the 20 Years of Anjunabeats celebrations.  This new rework intertwines a dramatic throbbing beat to the original without taking away from the passionate lyrics.

Petey Martin – “Come Back Home”

Petey Martin, Kygo’s go-to collaborator, is stepping into the spotlight with the release “Come Back Home” featuring two-time GRAMMY winner Lauren Daigle. This release is an anthemic single that combines Petey’s flawless piano house production with Lauren’s powerhouse vocals. “Come Back Home” is just the beginning for Petey Martin, who has an onslaught of original music coming out in 2021.

WOLF CLUB – “A Sea of Stars”

UK synthwave duo WOLFCLUB kick off the new year with the glistening A Sea Of Stars“. Combining retro synths, delicate guitar strings, and the angelic vocals of LA singer-songwriter Dora Pereli. This release is a majestic dose of nostalgia that leaves a lasting impression. The accompanying official video channels a similarly cinematic aesthetic, with the protagonist running along the beach amidst the most idyllic of sunsets.

Black Coffee – “You Need Me”

Black Coffee returns with new singleYou Need Me” featuring Maxine Ashley. Underpinned by delicate piano chords, gospel-evoking backing vocals and Maxine’s impassioned tones, this release finds the sweet spot between raw emotion and dancefloor energy.

Ghost Data – “Ddos”

GHOST DATA continues to produce electronic music with his fan christened “Dreamsynth” styling, unyielding in his pursuit to create cinematic, emotional pieces. His new release “DDOS is no exception. This single is a midtempo masterpiece.

Blue Stahli – “The Mountain”

Regarded for his slick, genre-bending electronic rock, Bret Autrey, commonly known as Blue Stahli produces cyberpunk anthems of the fringe zeitgeist. His new single “The Mountain” is coming from his upcoming album “Obsidian”. The track was written when Autrey was caring for his mother (who was diagnosed with glioblastoma), and it is the shining beacon of the album and the beginning of the process for shaking out all of the emotion of the deadchannel_Trilogy. This release combines both dread and hope, it is a slow and torturous climb, effortlessly told with an infectious melody.

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On Point – “Atmos” 

French talent ON POINT is making their debut on Night Mode next week with their new single “Atmos“.  The budding house producer launches a feel-good number marked by glitchy synth riffs and cosmic disco melodies.

Anabel Englund X MK – “Underwater” (Dombresky Remix)

Dombresky releases his rework of Anabel Englund & MK’s smash “Underwater”. Dombresky loves to create music that was fun and danceable and this new remix is no exception.

Paraframe – “Sappho Blend”

PARAFRAME is set to release a pair of long-players over 2021’s course, and they start today with the release of the ethereally unforgettable “Sappho Blend. PARAFRAME in artistic union with songstress-cum-storyteller, Abra Taylor. Supremely well versed in the moodier lyrical art, the Toronto-ian chanteuse intoxicates at every turn. Her smoky vocal verses sink into every corner of PARAFRAME’s wondrously nuanced, cinematically theatrical production before her chorus sets it ablaze. This release will definitely be a new fan favorite.

Cheat Codes – “No Chill”

Multi-platinum genre-blending music trio Cheat Codes releases “No Chill” ft. rising rapper and TikTok sensation Lil XXEL. Embodying their upbeat, contemporary pop flow, the track is layered with a touch of trap and a guitar riff that plays perfectly into the catchy vocals from rising hip-hop artist Lil XXEL.

*Featured Image | via On Point, Black Coffee, Blue Stahli, and WOLF CLUB*

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