NEW MUSIC BY ARMIN VAN BUUREN, KASABLANCA, PRONOUNCEDYEA, ENDOR & MORE
We've got tons of new releases to keep you occupied over the coming week! With new hits from the likes of Armin van Buuren, Kasablanca, pronouncedyea, Endor & many more.
Read along to find more info about the tracks that we have released today. Enjoy!
Pushing Armin van Buuren and Susana’s highly revered classic into the chill regions, British deep and progressive producer Marsh offers up his own reimagination to spoil the global crowd. Featured on Armin van Buuren’s ‘RELAXED’ album, this mellow interpretation is bound to send ‘Shivers’ down your spine for the full duration of the song.Listen now
Digging in deep right from the get-go, Kasablanca’s ‘Be There’ picks up where previous Armada Electronic Elements release ‘Alive’ left off. Peppered with droning synths, cool sound effects and suspense-laden vocals, this record allows you to live the moment like never before.Listen now
A sonic thrill made to turn heads at the most vibrant dance music hotspots, pronouncedyea and Olmos’ ‘Wait For You’ has all the hallmarks of a crowd favorite. With KnownAsNat’s silky vocals beautifully contrasting the raw bass grinds and crude drums, this record is set to fire up the party and everyone going.Listen now
One of the standout dance cuts of the last twelve months, rising star Endor’s Defected debut ‘Pump It Up’ went from club heater to certified hit in just a few short months, making the BBC Radio 1, Kiss FM and Capital playlists, and ascending to the top 10 of the UK charts. Now NYC electronic duo Black Caviar step up to remix the infectious hint, lending their signature electrifying sound to the cut. With adrenaline-fueled, synth laden drops and Latin-infused percussive breaks, this exhilarating remix displays Black Caviar’s club-ready style that has led their meteoric rise.Listen now
After releasing his first-ever Ambient album ‘As Above So Below’, Ferry Corsten hit the studio again to come back into Trance with a beautiful new record. ‘Tomorrow’ shows us once again what he’s capable of and touches us with a hint of melancholy in the melody. Get ready for Tomorrow.Listen now
Bringing the house down with his edit of AVIAN GRAYS and Azteck’s ‘Endlessly’, Eden Prince shows off his skills on remix duty. With a groovy bassline leading the charge atop the original vocal lines, this rendition is destined for the dance floor.Listen now
A vocal-led reimagination of EDX’s 2019 single ‘Neptune’, ‘I Found You (Neptune)’ ties the rousing instrumental with the velveteen vocals of Jess Bell. Between the added harmonies, soaring tones and new dimension, this record is set to captivate even more dance music lovers than before.Listen now