Nic Fanciulli provides deeper look into upcoming LP with ‘The Perfect Crime’ and ‘Little L’

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Years spent cutting his teeth on the underground circuit and becoming one of its most prolific new acts in the process have given way to the next chapter of Nic Fanciulli’s career: album writer. My Heart, set to release on October 20, will be the UK native’s most ambitious project to date, where he expands beyond his club-oriented persona to expose the full breadth of his abilities in song production.

That said, he’s not straying entirely from dance-ready records, as evidenced by the second and third singles he’s gifted to fans ahead of his inaugural LP’s release. Both are collaborative efforts that explore the deep, melodic side of house music. “The Perfect Circle,” which features assistance from Guy Gerber, is lush ride through warm, full-bodied plucks and intricate rhythms that conjures imagery of dancing beachside.

“Little L,” the third single off My Heart, takes a slightly tougher direction, coaxing the listener into a trance with futuristic synth work, sharp progressions, and driving percussion. This track sees Fanciulli working with Bedrcock veteran Eagles & Butterflies, and their talents meld perfectly into what finishes out as a subdued club built for the later hours.

If these two singles are any indicator, those who imbibe in My Heart are set to get entrenched in a sweeping soundscape of ethereal melodies.

 

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Destructo debuts two heavy remixes of ‘Renegade’

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Destructo has officially let loose two hand-picked remixes of the title track of his Renegade EP. While the original is undeniably made for the festival stage, rrotik and Volac have now come along and flipped it into something meant blow house-lovers minds. Volac lays down a hearty bass house foundation, topping his high-charged, rhythmic edit off with hip-hop verses that add a unique edge to the whole experience. Rrotik, on the otherhand, leans way more on the tech side, featuring some dirty elements that take the package’s vibe in a satisfyingly weird direction.

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Galantis & Throttle – Tell Me You Love Me (Original Mix)

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2017 has been a breakout year for Throttle, with thrilling releases like “Baddest Behavior” and “Found You (Make Me Yours).” One thing the young producer didn’t expect to happen this year, though? A collaboration with dance music superstars Galantis.

Throttle had started working on a song concept, and as soon as he heard it coming together, he knew it would be made even better with Galantis’ influence.

I asked my label to reach out and they got back almost straight away saying they loved the idea and wanted to put their spin on it. I’ve always been a huge Galantis fan so it was amazing to see how guys at their level work.”

What started as a simple concept ended up being a duet on Galantis’ freshly minted The Aviary album, which came out Sept. 15.

“Tell Me You Love Me” is a clear album standout, with harmonious, soulful vocals and a sensational dance beat. Both Galantis and Throttle continue to demonstrate their mastery of heartfelt dance music through ear-catching releases like this one.

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AC Slater – All About Paper ft. Bassboy & Scrufizzer (Original Mix)

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The king of night bass has delivered yet another grimy, groovy house tune.

Fresh off the release of “Heavyweight Sound” less than a month ago, AC Slater teamed up with Bassboy and Scrufizzer to unleash “All About Paper.” With a catchy vocal hook and Slater’s signature swiftly moving house beat, the track is a flawless addition to Slater’s already stellar discography. He impeccably combines elements of UK garage and house to create an auditory journey that’s a party from start to finish.

“All About Paper” is part of AC Slater’s forthcoming debut album, out Sept. 29 on his own Night Bass label. The stacked LP will feature tunes with Tchami, Rome Fortune, Herve, Shift K3Y and more.

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SNBRN x Strange Club – Melrose (Original Mix)

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Deep house fixture SNBRN has teamed up with fellow LA-based artist Strange Club for a new single titled “Melrose.” The whispering vocals and eerie chords give the track a dark vibe, which is a new spin on house music for SNBRN. “Melrose” demonstrates how collaboration can expand an artist’s sound, exuded through the ominous tone of SNBRN’s usually upbeat house sound. With a steady, grooving beat and catchy lyrics, “Melrose” is sure to be a mainstay of clubs and lounges alike.

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Lash Brings The Rhythm With New Track ‘I’m Gonna Be There’

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Dj/Producer Lash just put out something pretty special today. Entitled ‘I’m Gonna Be There,’ this song is full of vibeful rhythyms and unique variations of sound that everyone should definitely take a minute to listen to. The vocals on top of the sensual grooves of the track flow very nicely from start to finish. The

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Fransis Derelle releases perfect love story track “Hollywood Dreams”

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Firmly cemented as a beloved Circus member in 2017, Antuane Walker, better known as Fransis Derelle made his official Circus Records debut releasing his stunning rework of Flux Pavilion’s “Cut Me Out” and was quickly followed up 808 stomper “Imaginary Friends,” collabed with Hopsteady. Now, the Salt Lake City Native is dropping his next big

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Dzeko Builds On The Success Of His Solo Venture With Latest Release “In Too Deep”

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One of the first shows I ever witnessed live was opened by Dzeko & Torres. It was an evening to remember. Since the duos split in 2016, Dzeko has remained an EDM powerhouse gracing stages across the globe. Dzeko has struck with killer remixes to tracks by The Chainsmokers and Tiesto while teasing new music

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Dirtybird’s vetted collaborator Will Clarke gives Becky Hill’s ‘Unpredictable’ a deserved heaven-sent reworking

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Two years ago, UK native and house music heavyweight Will Clarke made his debut on the Dirtybird imprint. Just as the label was celebrating its 10-year anniversary, Claude & co. welcomed Clarke as the newest addition to the nest, debuting his track “Badness” on the Dirtybird 10 compilation album.

But with Clarke’s flocking to the nest came a new kind of auditory element amongst the flock. Echoing the bass-centric style of his home of Bristol and emulating the technical craft he garnered while at a residency in Ibiza was an artist with a unique modus operandi — making his Dirtybird-induction all the more perfect.

Today, Clarke has a number of Dirtybird collaborations under his belt. True to the aura of the imprint and the other labels under which he’s released is an artist with a consistently-evolving collection of house and bass. In his latest release, a reworking of Becky Hill‘s”Unpredictable,” Clarke presents a telling testament to his ever-changing style by turning down the vocals and letting the bass do the work.

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Sofi Tukker link up with The Knocks, Nervo and Alisa Ueno in ‘Best Friend’

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Write down New York-based duo Sofi Tukker on the list of breakout artists for 2017. The duo has made huge strides this year, receiving a Grammy nomination before even releasing a full-length album. Clearly, they’re not stopping this run of ’90s house-inspired jungle pop music anytime soon, linking up with some of the best in the game for their latest single “Best Friend.”

“This song is a celebration of our favorite thing ever: friendship. It’s about the kind of friendship where you can talk forever without anything in particular to talk about. Old friends, new friends, all friends! In the spirit of friendship, we just wanted to have some of our friends hop on a verse!”

Their friends do indeed hop on a verse. They’ve teamed up with Broc and Jpatt from The Knocks and none other than praised Australian duo Nervo. The track itself sounds like a jam sesh, utilizing a sax, bass guitar, cowbell and other instruments over a steady drum beat. Sophie throws in her signature catchy chants and vocals, and gives Tokyo native Alisa Ueno a few bars.

The track was even featured on the recent iPhone X global TV commercial. Typically, any track or artist that lands in an Apple commercial turns to gold (Marian Hill‘s “Down”), so we expect this one to gain some considerable traction moving forward.

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