Premiere: Shelter Point – Fuse (Eelke Kleijn Remix)

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Eelke Kleijn deepens his bond with the Armada family as he brings his ethereal progressive sound into the label’s fold. This time, he lands on Bearded Man for a short, but sweet re-work of Shelter Point’s “Fuse.”

The veteran wraps a minimal, yet emotive canvas around the original’s vocals, enhancing its haunting feel through poignant piano chords and soaring synth melodies. That said, despite its more somber undertones, it listens as quite a euphoric piece as a whole — one that allows listeners to get lost in its hypnotic fold and put their hands in the air.

 

Pre-order Eelke Kleijn’s take on “Fuse” here

 

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Shapov & Trouze – The Way

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Shapov and the Singapore/America trio Trouze have officially released the piano-driven, emotive “The Way,” which made its stellar debut at Axwell / Ingrosso’s’s sold-out Heineken Music Hall show at ADE last year. Between the track’s stirring vocals and propelling melodies, Shapov and Trouze have once more solidified their stance in dance music.

After having begun 2017 with his Four Corners EP and subsequently bringing in 10 million streams on the work, Shapov toured tirelessly throughout the summer. He performed at Tomorrowland twice and also hit innumerable festivals along the way including Electrobeach, Los Alamos, Electric Love,  and Parookaville, to name a few.

Meanwhile, Trouze has been steadily making strides into the electronic scene, appearing on Armada and Mixmash, and collaborating with venerable artists like Elephante.

If the two continue pumping out tunes as hauntingly beautiful as “The Way,” it’ll soon be impossible for the dance scene to look in any other direction.

 

 

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David Gravell – On The Move

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Dutch producer David Gravell is a well-respected veteran within the European trance community, acting as a capable custodian for Armin van Buuren‘s A State Of Trance for more than half a decade now.

“On The Move” is a solid trance track that features subtle hints of big room influence, much like most other modern trance music in current circulation. Featuring ethereal chord progressions and a smooth bass drop sandwiched between a techy intro and outro, “On The Move” is a perfect illustration of Gravell’s consistency and understanding of the modern genre.

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Premiere: DubVision – Paradise

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Dutch duo DubVision know their way around the block, having been one of Netherland’s staple big room acts for the past decade and one of the spearheading acts during the Dutch big room invasion in 2012-13. Although the EDM scene has undergone some massive changes, the duo has successfully altered and evolved their sound—managing to stay in the limelight in the process.

Their latest track, “Paradise” exemplifies how far the duo’s sound and the progressive house genre have come. Gone are the rolling chord progressions from their tracks of yesteryear, replaced instead with pitch warped vocal and piano samples, aided by their timeless drum samples and big, airy synths.

We spend some of our in between gig days in and around Miami,” said the duo of the track. “Everybody knows this place because of MMW and Ultra. Its super hectic then, but Miami is actually very chill and super tropical and relaxing later in the season.”

“We stayed there for a couple of days, swam with sharks, kitesurfed, ate cuban food and drank the most tropical cocktails you can imagine just walking around in flip flops and listening to the ocean. We stayed there in our own little paradise. That was when we came up with the melody one night. It was only logical to name this track ‘Paradise’”

“Paradise” is more than just a regular track, it is a statement that DubVision are truly all in on the new era of EDM.


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Richard Judge – Kinda Love (Original Mix)

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Singer/producer Richard judge has been proving his worth over the past few years, kicking off his career in collaborating with the widely praised Robin Schulz on “Show Me Love.” That track alone saw 47 million streams on Spotify back in 2015, and he returned earlier this year on “Ruckus” with Tube & Berger, which hit No. 1 on the Beatport deep house charts.

He makes a highly anticipated return to Armada imprint The Bearded Man with “Kinda Love.” Produced, written and sang by the London native himself, the track provides feel-good vibes with catchy vocals, echoing guitar tones and upbeat lead synths that are guaranteed to nourish the soul.

Judge is set to go on tour with Schulz this fall, so we’re sure to see a lot more of the multi-talented artist.

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Autograf – Sleepless in NYC (Original Mix)

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Autograf have released a new single on Armada named “Sleepless in NYC.” The groovy tune is downtempo, contrasting with the upbeat-sounding title of “Sleepless In NYC.” Smooth vocals lead into the drop, which has a cheery, catchy vibe despite its chill 100 BPM.

The Chicago trio is known for performing live with instruments and creating their own visuals. “Sleepless in NYC” is a track certainly worth listening to live with its stunning vocals and instrumental infusion.

Catch them performing at the Electronic Music Awards next week.

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Lema – King (Original Mix)

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Las Vegas-based producer Lema has made a name for himself while holding residencies at Sin City clubs like Marquee and Tao.

Fresh off a remix of Nervo on Armada, Lema has now released an original track titled “King” on Enhanced. Featuring Swedish vocalist and Lorde protege XOV, Lema creates a beautiful soundtrack behind the singer’s longing. The result is a tight, pop-electronic crossover that is sure to turn heads.

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Frank Pole releases ‘AØU’ featuring Cameron Forbes

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Italian producer Frank Pole has just released his newest single titled “AØU” with vocals by Cameron Forbes. The song was released on Armada Trice, which blurs the lines of pop and progressive house music. “AØU” does just that, with Forbes’ catchy vocals drawing the listener in paired with the melodic drop.

On his Facebook Page, Frank Pole mentioned he may do a Facebook Live stream to showcase how he produced “AØU.” Aspiring producers, stay tuned to learn how Pole made his new hit, and be sure to take a listen to the track below.

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WATCH: Armin Van Buuren celebrates groundbreaking ‘Best of Armin Only’ shows with euphoric aftermovie

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Dutch trance pioneer Armin Van Buuren has unveiled the official aftermovie from his largest solo shows to date, dubbed “The Best of Armin Only.” The live shows gathered a total of 80,000 people under the Amsterdam Arena roof for two nights of dance music illuminated by a behemoth LED screen. The producer recruited two-hundred crew members and displayed fireworks galore for his guests, who flocked from almost 100 countries to enjoy Van Buuren’s symphony.

Over 4.8 million viewers tuned in to watch the iconic stadium performances live via arminonly.tvFacebook Live and Dutch television station RTL 4. Van Buuren was accompanied by 22 artists, 45 dancers, ten acrobats, four trampolinists and a band of 56 drummers on stage to deliver one of his most memorable shows to date.

“i’m still shaking from all this,” said Van Buuren of the show. “This show, this crowd… It was absolutely phenomenal. I’m a bit bummed out that it has gone by so quickly.”

Ultimately, he gushed ‘The Best of Armin Only’ isn’t just his ultimate highlight:  “It’s ours!”

Before the start of his second show, Van Buuren released his ‘The Best of Armin Only‘ album worldwide to share with fans the essence of his live shows.

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Sultan + Shepard Ft. Nadia Ali & IRO – Almost Home [Exclusive]

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Canadian duo Sultan + Shepard have collaborated with Nadia Ali and IRO to produce a dynamic, progressive house original that will be officially released July 20th on Armin van Buuren’s Armada imprint. The lively track features mellifluous chord progressions, a bouncy, spirited beat, and touching lyrics that tell a story about unwavering love.

Sultan + Shepard state the following on the theme of their newest collaboration:

“‘Almost Home’ on the surface is about being gone from the person you love and reminding them these you will be home soon. But on a deeper level it’s also about the journey that everyone makes to understanding themselves and ‘coming home’ to a place of acceptance and peace.”

“Almost Home” follows Sultan + Shepard’s last release, “Honey Come Back,” which is the artists’ take on the 90’s classic “Honey” by Moby. The two producers are widely known for their signature style which showcases uplifting, melodic chords, stunning, imaginative climaxes, as well as a clean and balanced sound.

Of the new track, IRO says:

“For me, ‘Almost Home’ represents a feeling far greater then just the romance portrayed in the song. It’s a feeling that unites us all. Everywhere we might go there’s always certain people that really mean “home” to us. If not for the love of ourselves I feel like we can all root for the love we share for others and agree to help each other ‘get home.’ Just one more reason to respect the greatest gift of all, life, and maybe together we can break down the walls that keep us apart.

Featuring soothing, harmonious vocals from both Nadia Ali and IRO, the two singer/songwriter’s vocals mesh incredibly as a bittersweet duet is preformed over Sultan + Shepard’s production. Nadia and IRO complete “Almost Home” with their sound, adding the cherry on top of the uniquely catchy piece.

Nadia Ali weighs in with her perspective the single, stating:

“‘Almost home’ is a song about patience and having faith in a bond that is unwavering. It’s a dialogue between two people turning to one another in love with words of affirmation that all will be well eventually.”

“Almost Home” captures every angle of artistry brought forth by Sultan + Shepard, Nadia, and IRO. With each aspect of the track from energetic synths to riveting vocals, “Almost Home” will captivate fans from first listen.

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