Fady & Mina Release ‘Akemi’

Arty – Falling Down (feat. Maty Noyes)

Clef & Canberra go ‘On The Run’ with Jonny Rose

Philadelphia based DJ and production pair Clef & Canberra have been on a rapid journey to the top of the North American Dance music scene, despite only announcing themselves onto the clubbing circuit a very short time ago. Armed with an impressive arsenal of mainstage bangers, the dynamic duo have been gaining the backing of A-List stars including Blasterjaxx, as well as supporting mammoth names like Marshmellow – accomplishments many aspiring artists can only dream of achieving.

Following up from their collaboration with Jonny Rose, ‘Mad City’, which landed at #32 on the Beatport Big Room Chart and was supported by Blasterjaxx, Morgan Page and Firebeatz among others, Clef & Canberra and Jonny return with another mind-blowing production named ‘On The Run’. Full of infectious melodies, mesmerizing melodies, driving basslines and energetic beats this Progressive infused Main Room thriller has gained the support of tastemakers including Armin Van Buuren, and is a must have inclusion in any DJ’s record box. Alongside a stunning remix from M.I.K.E. Push, ‘On The Run’ is out now via Peak Hour Music so make sure you grab your copy quick.

George Ellinas debuts on Bonzai Progressive with ‘Illusionize’

George Ellinas, the Cypriot DJ and producer debuts on Bonzai Progressive with the stunning Illusionize which comes backed up with a superb remix from Manu Riga. Since 2010 George has been responsible for a string of top quality tracks across many labels and delving into various genres along the way. His music enjoys great support from the likes of Armin Van Buuren, EDX, Paul Oakenfold, Moonbeam and more. Delighted to have him on board and we hope to see more in the future.

The Original Mix intros with a subtle kick to the backdrop of a mesmerizing arpeggio that cascades through you mind, lulling you into its warm groove. Swirling pads create a serene atmosphere as the arps are given a dose of modulation before subsiding back to a more mellow flow. The kick drum gets beefed up which tightens up the drums beautifully. As the track progresses we are introduced to an array of sweet melodies as well as a captivating voice that really digs deep into your mind. A fantastic slice that delivers a somewhat euphoric side to progressive house.

Manu Riga continues to go from strength to strength, he remains consistent in the quality department in everything he does. After a string of very popular remixes in 2016 – including his last Lift Off Remix for Karim S featuring Lounasan – Pilots Of The Millennium – he delivers his Melodic Remix and in true Manu Riga style he knocks it outta the park. On the remix here we can tell that Manu is going straight to the floors as he dishes out a solid drum arrangement complete with punchy kick drums, bright hi hats and a building percussion set. Melodic arps start to fade in and we quickly succumb to its hypnotic prowess. On top of the arps we find super sweet harmonious notes that compliment the sound superbly. The arps have a weaving effect as the filters are let loose creating a wonderful tapestry of textures. Driving the groove is a strong and powerful bassline that hangs perfectly on the low end allowing the track to breath while holding us in it grasp. Another sublime effort by Manu Riga that you do not want to miss.

Recreating A Classic With The Remix of Sylvia Tosun’s ‘Underlying Feeling’, OUT NOW

New York chanteuse, Sylvia Tosun announced her arrival in 2008 with the original release of her ethereal and seductive masterwork, ‘Underlying Feeling’. Propelled by the stunning Adam K & Soha remix, the track became a global dance floor hit, spending four consecutive weeks in the Billboard Dance Club Play Top 10. It peaked at #8 on the Beatport Progressive House Chart and hit #1 on the DMC World, UK, UK Club, World Commercial and World House charts. Now, on Black Hole Recordings, ‘Underlying Feeling’ hits dancefloors once again, with brand new remixes from Veniice Adam Ellis, and Octave Up, as well as a newly remastered version of the classic Adam K & Soha remix.

Sylvia Tosun’s talent is undeniable. A winner of a coveted scholarship to the prestigious Juilliard School of Music in New York, her ability to write and sing with power and emotion struck a chord with dancefloors everywhere. Her track ‘An Angel’s Love’ is now recognised as a genuine trance classic and has been followed by a string of hits in this genre including, most recently, ‘Winterburn’ and ‘We Bring The Love’ with Andrew Rayel and ‘Believe In Everything’ with Talla, 2XLC & Binary Finary.

‘Underlying Feeling’ was the first collaboration between Sylvia Tosun and producer / songwriter, Anton Bass. Its success paved the way for the launch of their co-owned indie label, Sea To Sun Recordings, as well as an ongoing, nine year partnership which has produced many notable releases for Sylvia Tosun, as well as the promotion and development of numerous other artists. The original ‘Underlying Feeling’, a deep and sultry dance track, took inspiration from a dictionary definition of love, discovered by Tosun and Bass, that described ‘a sense of underlying oneness’.

The 2016 remixes are sure to reignite this special track and introduce it to a new dancefloor generation. Split over two releases, first up is one of LA’s hottest new names, Veniice, whose recent single ‘Coming Undone’ saw support from Armin Van Buuren, Ferry Corsten and many others. He takes a different direction with ‘Underlying Feeling’ delivering a fresh, new dance music sound; a sun-drenched remix that brings a new warmth to the original vocal. Combining influences from chillwave, ambient and tropical house, with sublime guitar soundscapes, the Veniice mix delivers a mature and unique sound, sureto gain much attention.

RXN unleashes his Tech House thriller ‘Yuma’

Since he exploded onto the Dance music scene, American DJ and producer RXN has quickly become one of his countries hottest exports thanks to his unique studio productions – it’s no wonder A-List heavy-hitters like Afrojack, Armin Van Buuren, Laidback Luke, Oliver Heldens and Blasterjaxx have been throwing vast amounts of support his way.

Next to be added to his ever-growing release catalogue is ‘Yuma’, an infectious Tech House anthem that is set to get you grooving on the dance floor. Full of groovy drums, deep and infectious bass-lines, and perfectly crafted piano chords, ‘Yuma’ is a must have for any DJ’s record collection and is set to become firm fixture in the clubs for years to come.

The release of ‘Yuma’ sees RXN make his warmly debut on high-flying Northampton based imprint Blow The Roof Records. The UK label has gained a solid reputation amongst music fans and industry professionals worldwide, thanks to their ethos of only releasing records of the highest quality. ‘Yuma’ is out now so make sure you grab your copy before it flies off the shelves.

Armin Van Buuren feat. Eric Vloeimans – Embrace (Arty Remix)

Armin Van Buuren ft. Eric Vloeimans – Embrace (Arty Remix)

Djakarta Warehouse Project 2015 Aftermovie and 2016 Pre-Registration

Just touching base here regarding, Indonesia’s biggest music festival, the Djakarta Warehouse Project (DWP). They announced pre-registration for the 2016 Festival, and the release of the 2015 aftermovie just this past Monday. The short film spans a glorious 18 minutes, and showcases enormous performances from Armin Van Buuren, Tiesto, and Jack Ü, to name just a few.

Pre-Registation for Djakarta Warehouse Project (DWP) opens – 2015 After Movie is released

Five months after celebrating its most successful edition to date, the Djakarta Warehouse Project (DWP) 2015 After Movie has arrived. Spanning a glorious 18 minutes, the short film explores the vibrant culture of Indonesia, and highlights the palpable intensity of both incredible days at the Festival.

Featuring performances from the biggest DJs in the industry, including Armin Van Buuren, Jack Ü, Major Lazer and Tiësto, the two-day event displayed DWP’s exponential growth over the past few years, and their unwavering commitment to constant improvement. Directed by Robert Koster, the 2015 Djakarta Warehouse Project After Movie showcases the jaw-dropping diversity and indescribable atmosphere of the event, and will surely draw new attendees for #DWP16.

Presented by ISMAYA LIVE, one of Asia’s leading event promoters, the film covers every aspect of the Festival, from the superstar DJs, to the mainstage dancers, to almost 80,000 beautiful attendees to the glittering city of Jakarta itself. Boasting one of the finest & diverse lineups of 2015, the Djakarta Warehouse Project featured Axwell^Ingrosso, Dillon Francis, DJ SNAKE, Galantis, Kaskade, Porter Robinson and What So Not to name just a few, making the capturing of this event particularly challenging. Thanks to the teams at One Eye Media, viewers are treated to nearly every edge of the festival, making this a truly spectacular After Movie.

Introducing us via immense panning sweep of the city’s skyline, Koster then focuses on three dancers who journey with us through downtown Jakarta, before plunging us deep into the heart of the Festival grounds. Alternating between stunning drone footage of multiple stages and the massive array of pyrotechnics sprinkled throughout the festival, and diving headfirst into throngs of thousands celebrating the wealth of musical talent on display, Koster delivers a truly breathtaking picture. With a soundtrack highlighted by the official after movie anthem by Indonesia’s own rising star, Devarra, as well as monumental singles from Oliver Heldens, Major Lazer and Galantis, he manages to recapture the vibrancy and intensity that has made the Djakarta Warehouse Project one of the most exciting go-to events across the whole of Asia.

Along with the arrival of this After Movie, Djakarta Warehouse Project has announced the opening of pre-registration for the 2016 edition of the storied Indonesian Festival. Be sure to mark your calendars for December 9th and 10th, and pre-register for tickets at www.djakartawarehouse.com.