Recently, DJ-producer Nicky Romero and house veteran Florian Picasso have partnered up to release their new collaboration, “Midnight Sun.” The new track consists of brilliant progressive melodies as well as groovy sounds that come together to make up this perfect summer anthem, just in time for festival season. If you are a fan of Big
Coming off of a phenomenal year both as a producer and on the live front, Rodg is known worldwide for making every minute count for himself and for his fans. As one who’s always looking to explore the farthest reaches of his own sound and the Progressive scene, he never fails to magnify the magic,
Notaker has released Each Other feat. Eric Lumiere, on Monstercat. This is the second release from the upcoming EP PATH.FINDER which is slated for an April 8th release. This is a follow up to the 2018 EREBUS EP, released on Maustrap. Notaker is no stranger to Monstercat, having released Genesis on the Canadian label back
FOR FANS OF THIRD PARTY, THE WAIT IS FINALLY OVER. The UK duo – one of the fastest rising Progressive House acts anywhere in the world – finally dropped their much anticipated second studio album ‘TOGETHER’. Featuring nine tracks in total, the long player builds on their growing global reputation as one of the most
The Twin Cities beloved duo, Judah, is back with their first release for 2019. “In And Out Of My Life” is a powerful progressive track with a big room feel. The track features beautiful vintage synths; up-tempo yet subtle builds; and the grimy drops of that classic Judah sound. Finally, the vocal samples of Adeva
Of late, EDM fans around the world have been seeking new sounds. Mainstream electronic music is not going anywhere, but the maturing ears of fans around the world are seeking something fresh like Jamba Juice but rage worthy like Donkey Kong. Over the past year, we have seen acts like Grammy-nominated Fisher taking the world
Armin van Buuren has released a new track that is nearly unrecognizable coming from the venerate trance and progressive producer. Titled “Lonely For You,” the song taps into an elaborate drum line with a faint drum n’ bass-inspired vibe that adds a unique compliment to poppy vocals, delivered by Bonnie McKee.
The producer speaks about his newest track in an official release, stating,
“’Lonely For You’ was written with the lovely Bonnie McKee. For me, it resembles the struggles we all face with and in relationships, ups and downs. I think it was appropriate to release it around Valentine’s Day!”
The track tells the story of getting over a relationship that has ended, and the moments of feeling alone even though the breakup was the right decision. “Lonely For You” has fittingly been released in conjunction with Valentine’s Day, and the accompanying music video features both Armin van Buuren and McKee dispersed throughout the visual narrative of a break up. “Lonely For You” is a worthy complement to the “Wild Wild Son” producer’s growing list of increasingly diverse releases, and if the Armada figurehead is actually on a mission to prove that he can produce a hit in every genre, he is certainly checking off new boxes with his work on “Lonely For You.”
Coming off a successful release of pop-infused “Bad Habits” featuring Rachel Ellicott, which received over 43,000 organic streams on Spotify in just over a month, the path was paved for a life-changing 2019 campaign. Having received support from Sam Feldt, Slushii and Sikdope, opportunity has come and that opportunity is knocking! After announcing the release
Sincopat welcomes back one of its brightest stars, AFFKT, for a piece that oozes ‘True Power.’ It’s a deep, melodic groover, and one of the Spanish talent’s most progressive to date — almost in the vein of Guy J and other purveyors of this sound. AFFKT uses a slow build in “True Power,” starting off with driving pings of synth and a prominent bassline before slowly adding in analog melodies and underlying arpeggios. By the time it reaches its peak, the tune already has the listener completely locked in and stuck in a welcome trance.
“True Power” is the first original release we’ve heard from the dance stalwart in half a year; prior to his return to Sincopat, AFFKT explored the heavier side of his artistry on Octopus with “Tempus Fugit.” As he continues to capture the eardrums and hearts of the melodic and techno communities at large, we suspect he’s in for quite a powerful 2019.
New Jersey-native DJ and producer, Chris Varvaro, who also goes by the alias Pursound, has unveiled his club-ready remix of Aaron Marz’s “Lost” featuring the country-style guided vocals of former MTV’s reality show “Real World: Denver,” and vocalist, Davis Mallory. The original version of “Lost” has already gained great success and this remix is no