Super8 & Tab are undergoing what is perhaps one of the biggest evolutions of their career. Having been iconic members of the Anjunabeats family for as long as most can remember, the Finnish duo have now moved onto new pastures that make up Armada Music.
Their move came from a desire to expand their sound with full creative freedom, and expanded they have. “Seconds Away” comes as one of the first revealed singles from their inaugural two-part album on the label — appropriately titled Reformation — and it is a veritable big room anthem made for the stadium.
Sarah De Courcy’s vocals complement the piece’s cavernous, robotic synthwork nicely, smoothing out its rough edges and making for a pleasant breakdown addition amid the surrounding chaos. Subtle piano chords and moving melodies complete the “Seconds Away,” giving it a more trancey feel.
“We first played Seconds Away live at ASOT 800 in Utrecht back in February 2017. Ever since it’s been hard to keep this track as an ID but finally now we can release it. We wanted to create something a bit different and had this baseline idea but it was Sarah deCourcy’s vocals that really took this track to a totally new level. She’s an amazing talented artist!” – Super8 & Tab
“Seconds Away” will be released as part of ‘Reformation’s’ first part, on February 23. Pre-order it here.
The legendary Paul Oakenfold has released his latest extraordinary track, titled “Love Escape”. For this Trance hit, Oakenfold called in some epic vocal reinforcements from Amba Shepard. Shepard, the recognizable voice of Hardwell’s “Apollo”, is no stranger to Oakenfold’s work, having worked with him once before in “U Are”. Beneath Amba Shepard’s spirited chorus and
Hardwell and Quintino have each carved a deep niche in big room since the subgenre’s rise during the EDM boom. Now, they have teamed up to create an intensely energetic collaboration titled, “Woest.” However, this isn’t the first time these two power houses have worked together. With their hit original, “Baldadig,” as well as their remix of J Balvin‘s “Mi Gente,” they have a long history together as an invigorating producing duo.
“Woest” is yet another testament to both Hardwell and Quintino’s big room technique. Featuring prominent beats, colorful yet unpredictable melodies, and intriguing builds of distorted vocals, it comes as no surprise that the record is bound to dominate dance floors with a signature sound that Hardwell and Quintino have helped make famous. “Woest” is the first release of the year for both of these artists, and without a doubt will have fans hooked upon first listen.
Starting off as a future house prodigy, British producer Curbi has undergone a significant stylistic change over the past few years, which can be heard on his latest remix of DJ Snake‘s “A Different Way.”
Continuing his recent vein of form, Curbi recently dropped a swashbuckling new single titled “Blow Up.” The dance floor-themed track combines bass-heavy elements of trap with the formulaic approach and danceability of big room, resulting in an energetic hybrid capable of blowing energy levels through the roof.
While it’s been almost two decades since Moby’s ‘Natural Blues’ conquered the world of dance music, it’s safe to say the record hasn’t lost any of its allure. And now, for everyone who might have accidentally forgotten just how brilliant the Grammy-nominated song is, none other than Dutch duo Showtek teamed up with Moby for
Martin Garrix continues to solidify his status as a music making machine, debuting a brand new ID while behind the decks of Goa, India’s TimeOut72 festival. The unnamed track, trumpeted as “brand new music!” by the Dutch renegade, trails Garrix’ recent collaboration with David Guetta, “So Far Away.”
A punchy number defined by its soaring notes, the song reverts back to Garrix’s electronic roots, the single a noticeable deviation from Garrix’s late experimentation with pop crossover constructions. A welcome and impending release from the Garrix camp, the ID can be expected to gain its release as a fully fledged song come 2018.
KSHMR delivers a Sunburn Festival anthem for the third year in a row, following 2015’s “Bazaar” and 2016’s “Mandala,” with “Shiva,” a high powered release that calls on the talents of Marnik and The Golden Army.
Memorable for their prior work alongside KSHMR on the KSHMR/Golden Army remix of the Game of Thrones theme song, The Golden Army assist in the creation of a booming track well suited for the festival, Sunburn Festival’s 11th edition slated for December 28-31. “Shiva” sees KSHMR pay homage to his Indo-American roots in the song’s ethnic vocal overlay, the single’s fervent background beat not to be ignored as the psy-trance intro evolves to become a big room fueled number that evinces the collaborators’ inner track versatility.
“Oh, won’t you stay for a while? I’ll take you on a ride if you can keep a secret. Oh, won’t you stay for a while? Show me your darkest, baby, show me your deepest.” And then the beat drops and all hell breaks loose on the dance floor. I cannot be the only one
About a month ago, Los Angeles-based producer and progressive house prodigy Deorro dropped his progressive heater “Andele” on Ultra Music. Now, Deorro shares the official music video for the track, and we get to share it with you exclusively at EDM Sauce. The latest high-energy release, “Andele”, reflects Deorro’s heavy-hitting big room house sound, packed
Julian Jordan has released another hit in the new release with TYMEN, “Light Years Away.” The Dutch producer, who started touring the world at the ripe age of 15, skews more pop with this release, showing his dynamic ability to produce mainstage festival tracks, progressive house, and pop. The song is out now on Jordan’s own label, GOLDKID Records.
TYMEN is an up and coming producer from Amsterdam, and “Light Years Away” flutters the line of progressive house and pop with catchy upbeat vocals with an interesting progressive drop. Jordan recently scored a residency at Omnia, and will be making US appearances in 2018 between the San Diego and Las Vegas locations.