Lunar Lunes: Ekali and Yookie reveal ‘Jundo,’ A-Trak continues his bootleg series with ‘Trizzy Says’ + more

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Lunar Lunes: Ekali and Yookie reveal ‘Jundo,’ A-Trak continues his bootleg series with ‘Trizzy Says’ + moreEkali Awakening Mi Vol 6

Each week, New Music Friday sweeps through with torrential force, showering streaming platforms with immeasurable amounts of new tunes. Just like Dancing Astronaut rounds up 25 of the biggest songs of the week for the Hot 25 Spotify playlist each New Music Friday, Lunar Lunes serves as a landing pad for SoundCloud users who want a whole new dose of tunes to kick off the work week.

After teasing a set of IDs, Big Beat Records has unveiled a brand new compilation, topped off by a major collaboration between Ekali and YOOKiE called “Jundo.” To celebrate last night’s Game of Thrones kickoff, Party Ghost has delivered a powerful edit of the show’s theme song, and A-Trak continues his bootleg series with “Trizzy Says.” NGHTMRE and A$AP Ferg roll out the red carpet for their “REDLIGHT” VIP edit, and Crankdat unleashes a new single, “Do You Mind.” LSDREAM and Varien team up on an epic new track, “Phoenix,” and Duumu returns to Monstercat with Pauline Herr for “You Say.” PhaseOne and Modestep deliver “Mayday” on Disciple, and Enamour brings “Run Away” to Lane 8‘s This Never Happened. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Bassjackers team up for “You’re Next.” Slow Magic brings his magic touch to PLS&TY‘s “Motives.” Figure and Dakota bring the drum ‘n’ bass to “Cosmic Ray Drum,” and GANZ taps Jantine for “Carry Me.” ZAXX creates an anthemic new single with “Stay Here,” and Low Steppa brings blissful house vibes to “Lift Me Up.”

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

Photo credit: Brandon Artis

Lane 8 releases ‘Root To Branch Vol. 2’ compilation

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The second volume of Root To Branch has arrived, courtesy of Lane 8.

Following the release of his most recent single with Avoure, “Let Me,” and his BBC Essential Mix debut, Root To Branch Vol. 2 shifts Lane 8’s role from producer to curator, as the melodic house heavyweight presents a series of selections from the fellow artists who’ve served as his musical muses of late.

Entities from Lane 8’s This Never Happened label, Avoure, Emanour, and Solanca all make appearances on the six-track second volume of his fan-favorite compilation, a formidable followup to the first installment in the developing Root To Branch family.

The Radar 107: Mixed by Enamour

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While his name may be only just starting to bubble, Enamour has been making friends in all the right places. The DC-based whiz ended last year with a release on mau5trap and UK-based label Glasglow Underground, and started this year supporting Lane 8 on his This Never Happened Tour and earning airplay on BBC Radio 1 during Lane 8’s Essential Mix. Additionally, Dancing Astronaut premiered his impressive flip of Will Eastman’s “Froggie.”

To further introduce the dance community to his dark yet atmospheric sound, Enamour has graced The Radar and made it extra special with an extended 90-minute mix chock-full of unreleased material. The impresario begins the mix with an intro edit of his unreleased single “Kenosis” before diving into a stack of four unreleased tracks that are a blend of worldly, organic and processed sounds. As the mix goes on, Enamour slates tracks from Martin Waslewski, Patrice Baumel, Mira J, and more as well as more IDs to sum up a whopping 10 cuts from his studio vault that have yet to be heard.

With a blazing mix to keep his momentum at an all-time high, Enamour is sure to be a name to watch for deep house and progressive techno fans to watch rise through the ranks in the coming months.

1. Enamour – Kenosis (Intro Edit) [This Never Happened] – TBA
2. Enamour – ID
3. Enamour – ID
4. Enamour – ID
5. Enamour – Soul Release [This Never Happened] – Out May 10
6. Martin Waslewski – Expectandum [Get Physical]
7. Enamour – Still Life [This Never Happened] – Out May 4
8. Sterling Grove – How Far (Enamour Remix) [House of Youth] – TBA
9. Patrice Baumel – Engage [Afterlife]
10. Enamour – ID
11. Enamour – ID
12. Enamour – ID
13. Lane 8 – Skin & Bones (Enamour Remix) [This Never Happened]
14. Will Eastman – Froggie (Enamour Remix) [Blisspop]
15. Enamour, Arien – Run Away [This Never Happened] – TBA
16. Mira J, Galestian – Tell Me (Ezequiel Arias Space Mix) [ICONYC]

Premiere: Will Eastman – Froggie (Enamour Remix)

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Based out of our nation’s capital, Enamour is a rising young name that is carving his way in the deep house/progressive techno lane with some of the scene’s biggest name’s behind his project. In the past few months, the melodic prodigy has released an original on deadmau5‘s mau5trap label and officially remixed Lane 8‘s “Skin & Bones” off his recent LP.

Continuing to build his catalog and name within the scene, Enamour steps up to the plate to flip fellow Washington D.C. producer Will Eastman’s mesmerizing single “Froggie.” While the atmospheric nature of Eastman’s original is left intact, Enamour crafts a crisp new drum arrangement and vibrant vocal chop that adds a dose of dancefloor-driven energy the track needed. After supporting Lane 8 this spring on his headline tour, Enamour is sure to be a blossoming name in the progressive and deep house realm in the coming months.

Lane 8 Releases 1st Official Remix From Little By Little, ‘Skin & Bones’ ft. Patrick Baker the Enamour Remix

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Just a few weeks after the release of Lane 8’s sophomore album ‘Little By Little’, one stand out single ‘Skin & Bones’ ft. Patrick Baker has received a remix from Washington DC producer Enamour. Enamour’s music delicately walks the line between deep introspection and pure club play, but the young star takes it super deep and

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