With an energetic vocal house tune, Dallerium makes their Soave debut joined by ØGM. The British newcomer teams up with the Croatian future house veterans to kick off a string of weekly uptempo releases at the Dutch imprint. A UK house style vocal builds towards a hard-hitting drop where deep brass stabs support a fast-paced
Future house maestro Oliver Heldens is back with “Lift Me Up,” a collaboration with big room duo Firebeatz and Dutch producer Schella, featuring the elevating vocals of singer Carla Monroe.
Released on Heldeep Records, the bouncy track has a driving groove and funky bassline that encourages listeners to get up and start moving in any way they know how. The original mix features the full vocal stylings of Monroe, while the club mix relies mostly on the repeating titular phrase and energetic bass lead to get dancers out of their seats.
Heldens has been busy on the touring side, coming off international stops in Europe that include an ADE showcase and will be playing the infamous Printworks in London later this month. Expect to to see “Life Me Up” as the backing track to a bevy of shuffling videos in the near future, and plenty of it at his tour stops as well.
For the 3rd year in a row, Mr. Belot & Wezol will be bringing their signature house sound to Amsterdam Dance Event hosting their own very own b2b spectacular, The Cuckoo’s Nest ADE on Thursday, October 17th at Het Sieraad, one of the most unique club settings in all of Amsterdam, an old high-school. I
London-based DJ and producer Riton has linked up with global superstar Oliver Heldens to release their new highly anticipated single ‘Turn Me On’. Featuring the scintillating vocals of UK singer Vula, ‘Turn Me On’ delivers a masterfully modern take on the 1982 Yazoo classic ‘Don’t Go’ – channeling a feel-good, club-ready revamp that seems destined to take the charts by storm. “I always wanted to be the Alison
Three is the charm on ‘What I Feel’, a new future house anthem produced by 3 big-time producers in their own right, BVRNT, PRSIMA & Maone. ‘What I Feel’ is an absolute vibeeee. This is future house at it’s best, with massive, dancing synths riding the drop smooth as silk. This is one of my
Midsplit, also known as Maxence Pepin is the 21-year-old DJ/producer based in Montreal, Canada. Midsplit has emerged from the electronic music boom of recent years and separated himself from the rest with his versatile sound effortlessly teetering from emotive festival ready future bass/trap, to chill pop, to deep house. Midsplit’s talent is on full display
Both Mike Williams and Dastic have made a strong impact on the dance scene these recent years. And while they have scored hits and rocked crowds on their own, they’ve also been friends and longtime collaborators for years. This already started with their popular 2015 single ‘Candy’, followed two years later by the worldwide hit
Up & coming future house producer jeonghyeon brings his bubbly, video game inspired future house sound to Neon Fruits with his new club anthem ‘Party’. ‘Party’ has everything that we love about future house all blended into one party anthem. Massive metallic kicks, a fun, upbeat synth pattern and a drop that will get you shuffling in
musicbyLukas is a genre re-defining artist from Los Angeles, California. Leading the Future Trance movement combining his signature sounds with elements from Future House, Progressive, and Trance music to create a unique yet instantly recognizable sound. His new release ‘Going Under’ highlights all of these elements masterfully. Already gaining massive support by the likes of Tiesto, Lucas
A visual fresh out of Final Cut that speaks to the DJs who see ‘We regret to inform your demo has been passed on’ arrives from longstoryshort, a promising anonymous act spearheading the Bass and G-House scenes via ominous verses and hard-hitting basslines. Bittersweet revelation offers an exaggerated yet candid perspective into the cutthroat labels