Mont Blvck – Lost Tapes EP

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The Lost Tapes has been a long time coming for Los Angeles based electronic duo Mont Blvck. Diego Cuevas and Jackson Englund have been perfecting their live/electronica hybrid act packing venues with their acclaimed Gari Safari party series. The group broke into the spotlight with their deep house collab, “Rising”, alongside fellow Gari Safari regulars

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Sebastian Park Brings Us Back To The Summer With “Take Me Away (Bali Sunset Mix)”

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Even though the summer draws close for almost all of us, the thought of warm tropical breezes and late, chilled out beach nights never leaves our minds. Sebastian Park feels the same way, and has brought us a deep and melodic journey into music with his new track ‘Take Me Away’ (Bali Sunset Mix)’. A

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Stream Lane 8’s latest progressive offering, ‘The Gift’

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Stream Lane 8’s latest progressive offering, ‘The Gift’Lane 8Jason Siegel

Canada’s perpetual deep/progressive house partisan, Lane 8 continues to shine fragments from Brightest Lights, his impending album to arrive January 10, 2020. The fourth of these, full of gusto, arrives as “The Gift.”

Known for his delicate chord progressions and lightweight dance beats, Lane 8’s recent catalog has been packing a progressive punch. Indeed, the road to Brightest Lights has been paved with driving energy alongside his cornerstone immaculate melodies. “The Gift” takes on an otherworldly quality in its momentous crescendoes and fervent arpeggiated synth lines.

While “Sunday Song” and Brightest Lights‘ title track—abetted by the This Never Happened boss’ serial counterpart, POLIÇA—sing Lane 8’s typically deep, light-footed stylings, “Don’t Let Me Go” follows “The Gift’s” earnest, almost Prydz-like earmark.

Lane 8 is planning to trek the course of North America this winter, then Europe this spring, for his upcoming album tour. More information is available here.

Photo Credit: Jason Siegel

You won’t forget Jean Juan’s new vocal deep house gem ‘Don’t Forget Me’

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“When you feel the wind in your back. You can make the mountains move” – the opening sentence is exactly the feeling Jean Juan’s new track, ‘Don’t Forget Me’ gives the listener. A driving synth line combined with growing drums supports the vocalist towards a surprisingly catchy guitar riff drop. The Dutch producer and Soave

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Immanence / A Sudden Insight by Galestian

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Most of the world discovered Galestian from the 2017 underground hit “Tell Me.” However, 2019 has been his biggest year yet after his third release on Perfecto Black, which featured a collaboration with none other than the label head and dance music icon Paul Oakenfold. Galestian is honing in on his tribal, worldly sound, and

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Lane 8 delivers poised second single, ‘Sunday Song’ from impending LP

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Lane 8 delivers poised second single, ‘Sunday Song’ from impending LPLane 8 Crssd Fest Michael Drummond 1

The grace of a gradual sonic build has never been lost on Lane 8, as “Sunday Song” ethereally elucidates. The second single from the This Never Happened label head’s incoming LP, Brightest Lights, “Sunday Song” starts with a vocal chop weaved among an ambient collection of chords. The effortless harmony of these elements sharpens in its focus as they slowly rise in synchronicity, giving lift to the splendorous number.

Synths arch in a limber manner, maintaining a metallically toned presence in the fluid body of the production. The sequel to the POLIÇA-assisted title track that Lane 8 shared on September 24, “Sunday Song” ebbs and flows for a serene four and a half minutes.

As sure as Brightest Lights looms on the horizon, slices of the LP’s sound will follow in the titular fashion of Lane 8’s debut album: little by little. Brightest Lights will arrive via This Never Happened on January 10, 2020.

Photo Credit: Michael Drummond

Silk Music Delivers Masterful Remix Album For Acclaimed Duo, The Midnight

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Since the August 2017 release of “The Midnight Remixed,” one of the most acclaimed releases in Silk Music history, Tim McEwan and Tyler Lyle, better known as The Midnight, have released a #1 Billboard Dance album (“Kids”) and toured much of North America, Europe, and Australia. It is safe to say that the magical discography

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RØGUENETHVN, No ExpressioN – Pretentious (Featuring Kelly Boek)

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RØGUENETHVN is back on Strange Fruits, teaming up with upcoming tastemaker No ExpressioN on “Pretentious”, a new deep house mama jamma featuring the stunning vocal of Kelly Boek. RØGUENETHVN have had their 2019 rockin’ so far with hit after hit and “Pretentious” is no different, mixing together with No ExpessioN who is known for his

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EDX Drops Dubai Skyline Remix of Loud Luxury and Bryce Vine’s – ‘I’m Not Alright’

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It’s already been a hugely successful year in the studio for EDX but, true to form, it seems there’s no letting up. With all four of his original singles in 2019 topping the Beatport charts within days of release, the inexhaustible Swiss producer, DJ and Sirup Music label boss now turns his hand to remix

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Stream Eli & Fur’s third Anjunadeep EP, 3-track ‘Into the Night’

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Stream Eli & Fur’s third Anjunadeep EP, 3-track ‘Into the Night’Eli Fur

Following the immense success of their 2018 EP Night Blooming Jasmine, Anjunadeep electronica/deep house duo Eli & Fur have released Into the Night: a flawless continuation of their trek into the cinematic stretches of the electronic realm. The latest EP features previously released title track and two new original cuts, “Don’t Say” and “You and I,” with extended mix counterparts in tow.

Laced with hypnotic club grooves and sensual original vocals, Into the Night captures the essence of Eli & Fur’s songwriting strengths in nostalgia-inspired dark tones, and lyricism smoldering with enigmatic intrigue. Paradoxically leaning from their pop-writing origins, their third Anjunadeep EP embodies a complex style of deep house convention, sodden with sensuality.

“It’s always special to create things as a duo as each of us have feelings we want to write about and emotions we want to communicate through the music both lyrically and melodically,” the pair stated in a recent release. “This makes the process more interesting.”