New Music By AVIAN GRAYS, Zack Martino, Ryan Shepherd, Sons of Maria & Kasablanca
It’s New Music Friday! We released a bunch of amazing records in the past few week, and we’d love to highlight several of them to supercharge your weekend. This time, we’ve got brand-new tracks (and/or remixes) from the likes of AVIAN GRAYS, Zack Martino, Ryan Shepherd, Sons of Maria, Kasablanca as well as some incredible songs from artists such as Calippo, Armada Deep, Le Youth, York, AVIRA, FERR and more.
AVIAN GRAYS - All Over
An upbeat, dance-pop hybrid that oozes airwave potential, AVIAN GRAYS’ ‘All Over’ immediately draws in listeners through sheer infectiousness. Interweaving pitched vocals, funky chords and delicious vibes to seal the deal in any dance music environment, this is that one record you won’t ever get enough of.Listen Now
Zack Martino - Reflections EP
Pushing its creator’s irresistible trademark sound back into the limelight, Zack Martino’s ‘Reflections EP’ pairs three of his most rousing tracks to date with one never-heard-before production. From the previously released ‘Crave U’ (feat. Lenii), ‘Dreamin’’ (with Lena Leon) and ‘Something About You’ (feat. KiFi) to the innate allure and dance floor appeal of ‘Where Do We Go’ (with Luma), this quartet of top-tier productions makes for a great listening experience in any kind of dance music environment.
Ryan Shepherd feat. Caitlyn Scarlett - Hello Sunday
Built on a foundation of eruptive vocals and exciting piano chords, ‘Hello Sunday’ sees Ryan Shepherd return to Armada Music. Made in collaboration with Caitlyn Scarlett, this upbeat creation embodies all the fun and freedom of a carefree weekend day.Listen Now
Sons Of Maria & Calippo - Anywhere
This collab was long overdue. SONS OF MARIA & CALIPPO join forces and locked themselves into the studio to create an epic future
smasher. They came up incorporating the vibes of modern Nashville pop-music into nowadays future house but still making it fully
danceable and a guaranteed party mood booster for every occasion. ANYWHERE features some amazing vocals that guide all the way
through the track and blend all parts smoothly and perfectly together. Get ready for a very unique an super fresh dance track to make every workday one big and endless party and the turn the weekends into some neverending workout sessions, because once you drop this track anywhere you won't be able to control your body anymore.
Deep House Hits - Winter 2020
A means to escape the biting frost of winter, this next installment in our ‘Deep House Hits’ series is a blanket of warmth and comfort that perfectly counters the cold outside. Chock-full of cozy mood-setters from Brando, BRKLYN, Clément Leroux, Goldfish, KC Lights, Lost Frequencies, Tensnake, Zack Martino and more, ‘Deep House Hits – Winter 2020’ keeps the vibe just right until the temperature starts rising again.Listen now
Le Youth - Underwater / Other Voices
Kasablanca - Human Learning (EP)
From the unmistakably gripping vocals and rolling bassline in its title track to the heightened dance floor appeal in previously released singles ‘The Hills’, ‘Hold Me Close’, ‘Alive’, Synthetic Blues’ and ‘Be There’, Kasablanca’s six-piece ‘Human Learning EP’ makes for an unprecedented exploration of sonic prowess. Allowing listeners to take in the sought-after Kasablanca sound in full, this EP shows exactly how stupendously addictive music can be.
York - The Reachers of Civilisation (AVIRA & Nourey's Unplugged Remix)
Helmed by near-utopian guitar tones and an irresistible sense of serenity, AVIRA & Nourey’s Unplugged Mix of ‘Reachers Of Civilisation’ is sonic exploration at its finest. Guiding listeners past the most breathtaking atmospheres and soundscapes, this brilliant interpretation of York’s original record is and will always remain an absolute treat to the senses.Listen Now
FERR by Ferry Corsten - Evenfall
Following up his latest work “Please”, FERR has continued his exploration of ambient and neo-classical music to keep delivering compositions that render into many of our emotions. Being the last single leading up to another big project in December, “Evenfall” perfectly describes the current season and taps in on that “As Above So Below” feeling FERR enriched us with back in March.Listen Now
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