Atlanta’s DJ Super Will has crafted an unexpected hit with this single, effectively breaking down the walls between genres, and veering off along his own unique yet brilliantly engaging pathway.
Summer has arrived, and Joe Settineri has collaborated with producer Eletropoint to offer music fans a beautifully uplifting, self-empowering new anthem; designed for & dedicated to celebrating the good times & encouraging self-belief.
These beach-like, steel-drum-style outpourings add a gorgeous change in direction, and as the track goes on the energy & togetherness seems to grow stronger all the more so.
“Lennon is raw and eloquent all in one. He wrote music that meant something. He’s my enteral muse.”
Smartly-produced throughout and tub-thumping in all the right ways, this is a hefty slab of poppy EDM with great imagination and hooks aplenty.
Three of the world’s most experienced and fastest rising DJs – Mishaal Alireza, Mete Aslan, Edwin Matos – join forces to lead the way with renowned mixes and unforgettable live sets as Vinyl Disciples.
Beautifully done, an ideal choice for that motivational boost right when you need it, and a fine reminder of the things that truly mean something to us in life.
Producer and artist VOFF has crafted a blissfully ambient, melodic and reflective new album, which is perfectly well-catered to accompany late nights and deep thoughts as much so as an easy-going day of calm.
Coming in at close to the eight minute mark, the track effectively takes its audience on a complex and hypnotic journey through rhythm, thought, and the depths of space.
Creatively venturing into territories once explored by the likes of Daft Punk and Fatboy Slim, Ed Golfo delivers a mighty summer anthem of satisfying artistic brilliance with this single.
Brightside offer a creative synth soundscape for blissful escapism, an eighties-style, addictive beat, and a song that connects for its intimate and quietly affectionate nature.
It’s a direct song, and a mixture of longing and euphoria and hypnosis. When the drop comes around each time, I felt I wanted it to go on longer – and that has to be a good thing.