UC (DiscJoker, Nexus, Lius) – My Life

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The brand new summer release! UC (DiscJoker – Nexus – Lius) did it! My Life is a fine blend of House, British Sound and Tech House. Then the Ten Drops remix supplements the release with harder sound passing though Tech and Deep House. My Life is meant to be sung and danced to the beach! Both featuring Ambra P, original and remix.

EMBRZ Releases ‘Progress EP’ out now via Ultra Music

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Dublin-born producer EMBRZ releases his highly anticipated EP Progress out now via Ultra Music. The EP outlines an incredibly dreamy composition while effortlessly blending downtempo melodies with progressive dance music stylings. The release affords the perfect soundtrack for any chill setting while also exhibiting EMBRZ’s progression as an artist.

Progress starts things off with “Higher,” which reached number one on Hype Machine’s most popular tracks and “Heartlines,” which features a stunning nod from folk/ electronica expert Meadowlark. Both tracks render a unique sonic quality that evokes feelings of nostalgia, by way of swinging drum rhythms and atmospheric synth melodies. The next track featured on the release, titled “Black Hole,” breathes further life into the EP through glittering vocals and vibrating drums, ending with a perfect balance between bright shimmering tones and resonating lyrics. The following track, “Kido,” relaxes the EP, with its aquatic sounds, and successfully fuses elements of downtempo and tropical dance music. The final track, titled “Fire,” features pennybirdrabbit, and ignites itself into a summer record that is sonically visceral and lyrically cerebral, all at once. The track perfectly encapsulates the emotional depth of the release as a whole.

The self-taught producer continues to make his impact on the dance music spectrum with his unique, genre-defying sound. He found success with two massive official remixes, Ellie Goulding’s “How Long Will I Love You” (currently on over 6.6 million plays) in 2013 and The 1975’s “Settle Down” (currently on 3 million) the following year. Both remixes showed his versatility as a producer, not to mention an instinct for melody. Since then, he’s been uploading a steady stream of melodic club heaters, including well-received cuts like “Home,” “Lights” and then “Breathe” last year. Already garnering many achievements from several Hype Machine number 1’s, festival performances at Beatyard Festival in Dublin, UpNorth Festival in Michigan, and close to 10 million streams on Spotify, EMBRZ is prepping for an enormous summer.

3615 NUITS BLANCHES share video for ‘DON’T WANNA DANCE’

Here comes the second single taken from 3615 Nuits Blanches’ first full length About Last Night.

Erotic, hypnotic and enticing. Take a journey into the night with Don’t Wanna Dance. Driven by Antonine’s sensually glossy vocals along a lush & electrifying guitar solo (courtesy of L.O.V.E. Ltd’s guitar hero Rhayader), let the song guide you to its climax.

The second half of the band, Douze, takes the original track a bit deeper: space echoes and tape-delays. This more stripped- down take is for late night club purposes only.

About Last Night is the first album from French band 3615 Nuits Blanches. The Parisian duo paints a sonic picture of everything that could happen when everybody is sleeping. Antonine and Arnault wanted to depict their endless nights of writing and recording.

Written in a couple of months during summer, About Last Night is more than just music. When sensuality borders on melancholia, the groove is always there, heart-throbbing. It will get you through the night, wether you’re having insomnia, out partying, in bed with someone, or waking up before dawn.
3615 Nuits Blanches is Parisian duo Antonine and Arnault. Although they’ve been doing music here and there on their own, they met in 2015. Antonine has been working on several projects, released a handful of EPs and covers with H1987 and collaborating with neo- soul Pacific Shore duo amongst others. Arnault has been producing under his Douze moniker, mostly known for collaborations with French House legends Alan Braxe & Kris Menace, while remixing for the likes of Sally Shapiro, Simon Lord (Simian), Robin Thicke, Holly Johnson (Frankie Goes To Hollywood) to name a few.

3615 Nuits Blanches – Don’t Wanna Dance available on May 5th via L.O.V.E. Ltd. First album About Last Night still available on Vinyl + CD & Digital.

Peverell Bros and Bobbi Depasois unleash ‘Your Love’ on Jango Music

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Peverell Bros are back again on Jango Music with ‘Your Love’, which features the stunning vocals of Bobbi Depasois. After first appearing on the imprint in 2015, they have had multiple releases together and ‘Your Love’ has the potential to be their biggest hit yet.

Matt and Nick, from Middlesbrough in the UK’s north east, have been in the House Music industry since the late 1990s and their production prowess combined with an inherent talent for pleasing audiences at live shows has them on the lips of some massive artists. These include Roger Sanchez who remixed one of their original tracks ‘Way Back’.

‘Your Love’ shows exactly why the duo are so highly regarded. Infectious rhythm alongside beautiful chords and synth work encapsulate the listener, transporting them to a summer festival. The feel-good track is an unadulterated banger and the layered vocals from the talented Bobbi Depasois are addictive. Crisp, funky percussion and powerful bass tear through the track finishing off the masterpiece and leaving you scrambling for the repeat button.

Jango Music come through with another excellent release to add to their roster of tracks they’ve shown off this year, and ‘Your Love’ promises to be one of their most successful without a doubt – grab your copy now!

British DJ + Producer jackLNDN unveils new single ‘Never Get Enough’

British DJ and Producer jackLNDN has unveiled his new single ‘Never Get Enough’ via Ultra Records.

Set to make a strong statement this summer, ‘Never Get Enough’ flaunts a full-bodied bassline, soft percussion and twinkling synths, underpinning Jack’s smooth vocal performance. The sultry crossover single demonstrates his finely-tuned craftsmanship and will launch the British producer into mainstream consciousness.

Jack Aisher otherwise known as jackLNDN kick started his career after witnessing Fatboy Slim behind the decks at the revered Space in Ibiza. A classically-trained multi-instrumentalist, the British DJ went on to perfect his production skills and released his debut single ‘All I See’, which has gained nearly 1.5 million Spotify plays to date. Alongside his original material, Jack has also reworked tracks for the likes of Louis The Child, Michael Calfan, Le Youth and SAINTWKND to name a few. His remix of Felix Cartal’s track ‘Drifting Away’ is one of his most notable remixes to date – having hit #1 on HypeMachine’s Remix Charts.

On the road, Jack’s DJ sets have allowed him to play revered festivals including Lollapalooza, Electric Forest and Mysteryland; and has shared stages with dance music’s finest, including Annie Mac, Sub Focus, Chase & Status, Joy Orbison and Pendulum. Now, gearing up for an extensive run of tour dates this summer, jackLNDN is ready to make his mark on the international dance circuit with his eclectic crossover sound.

Borgore drops new song “Help” + music video

Borgore’s newest track “Help” is out now on Buygore, with an unruly music video to accompany the release. The tune features gritty, heavy bass and raunchy lyrics rapped by Borgore himself. The hard-hitting dubstep drop is paired with Borgore’s verses about fighting his demons: weed, alcohol and women.

The music video takes place at a mansion in the Hollywood Hills, as Asaf Borger (Borgore’s real name) is shown being chased by his vices around a party. There’s even a scene that features Borgore playing the keys on a mini piano.

Borgore has also launched a new clothing collaboration with Southern California-based brand Blackcraft Cult with a ‘BorCraft’ tee which is available for purchase here.

Catch Borgore on tour this summer as he hits up big cities and festivals including Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza and Veld.

April 22 – All New Warehouse – New York, NY
April 28 – Oklahoma City Farmers Market – Oklahoma City, OK, US
April 29 – Big Surf Waterpark – Tempe, AZ
May 5 – Level Nightclub – Kelowna, CAN
May 6 – Sugar Nightclub – Victoria, CAN
May 9 – Maxx Fish Nightclub – Whistler, CAN
May 12 – Marquee Beer Market and Stage – Calgary, CAN
May 13 – Union Hall – Edmonton, CAN
May 20 – Cuthbert Amphitheater – Eugene, OR
June 8 – Bonnaroo Music Festival – Manchester, TN
August 3 – Lollapalooza 2017 – Chicago, IL
August 5 – Veld Music Festival – Toronto, CAN

Liquicity Festival 2017

The annual Liquicity festival is taking place in the Netherlands, this summer on July 8th. For the first time, Liquicity have taken the event to the next level and made it into a 2 day festival complete with one of the BIGGEST line up’s you will see anywhere in the Drum & Bass world

ANTS announce stage takeover at London’s South West Four festival, with Eric Prydz, Solomun, Groove Armada, Andrea Oliva, Cristoph and more confirmed

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One of the UK’s finest exports, Groove Armada have been one of the most recognizable collectives in dance music in the past decade! Responsible for many dance floor classics, the duo have managed to lead a pack of very established peers and have been in the heart of the global dance scene. Easter Thursday saw them headline the O2 Academy Brixton as ANTS hosted their biggest ever international club show and they’ll be back on the common to perform at SW4 for the first time in many years!

Cristoph is destined for greatness and there is no doubt about that. When Eric Prydz decides to take you on his USA tour as the main support, you know you’re doing something right! Cristoph belongs to a breed of producers where everything they touch turns to gold with the Newcastle-born Cristoph at the forefront of delivering some of the highest quality dance music in the last 12 months and we cannot wait for him to make his SW4 debut on 26th August!

An absolutely colossal producer, Eric Prdyz’ influence on the dance music scene will probably never be repeated. Respected by his peers, loved by millions of fans, the swede has become an icon to many worldwide. From masterpieces like ‘OPUS’ to sell out arena shows, everything he touches turns to gold. The last twelve months have seen him sell out the mammoth 10,000 capacity Steelyard in record time, tour around the world & work on his hugely anticipated PRYDA 2017 album. With brand new material set to come out, we can’t wait to welcome back the undisputed master of the turntables back to his hunting ground!

Most DJs would be ecstatic with one residency at the clubbing mecca that is Ibiza but not Solomun. The Swiss-born artist was one of the most featured DJS in the Ibiza calendar by holding three high profile residencies at the islands leading venues that included Pacha, Ushuaia & Destino. Solomun isn’t only the busiest artist on the white isle, he is one of the most active artists on the planet a touring schedule constantly that sees him play to sell out crowds from London to New York to Sao Paolo to Amsterdam. The last few years has witnessed him cement himself in the higher echelon of the dance music elite and he is there to stay. SW4 2015 saw him go back-to-back with AME resulted in the festival’s most talked about booking and his return in 2017 will spark similar conversations. Are you ready? We sure are…

2010 was the year Andhim descended upon the dance music scene and since then it has never been the same! The Cologne native’s meteoric ascension to prominence over the ensuing twelve months was unexpected, but not undeserving. Pioneers of their own genre “Super House” which is the physical embodiment of raw soul and pure passion, it soon became apparent that the duo were here to stay. The last eighteen months have seen the pair headline their own shows and play at the most prolific parties in the globe with the fierce ANTS Ibiza taking them under their wing for a series of dates at Ushuaia. The summer of 2017 will mark their debut and SW4 and you can be sure that they will bring the heat!

As a DJ, the summer of 2016 was arguably Andrea Oliva’s busiest yet; he became one of seven all-night guests to regularly take over the Space Terrace for Elrow, made his Music On debut and played some of Europe’s biggest dance music festivals – all whilst maintaining his famed ANTS headliner commitments. His skill for crafting stand out sets attracted the attention of Pete Tong, who helped Andrea to make his Essential Mix debut with a set recorded live from Ushuaia. This August Bank Holiday Saturday will see Andrea make his debut at South West Four and he is sure to bring the fire!

Maya Jane Coles & Heidi are the two leading ladies of dance music. Maya Jane Cole has been in the forefront of underground house and techno for nearly a decade now with her deep and mesmerizing sound hypnotizing audiences wherever she goes. Heidi on the other hand has had one of her most successful years with notably a fantastic 12-week XOYO residency in the heart of London which saw the American artist curate a series of nights inviting some of her favourite DJS to play alongside here. Set to be one of the most exciting back to back’s this summer, we can’t wait to welcome two queen’s of electronic music

Voted no. 13 on this year’s Resident Advisor poll, Patrick Topping has had a phenomenal year championing his tech-house sound. Fast becoming one of the key players in that scene, Patrick has been touring relentlessly and become a regular at one of the most popular parties in the world, Elrow! The 27-year old is on a roll and won’t be stopping until he reaches the very top and we are delighted to have him on board again as he’s sure to tear the roof off come Bank Holiday Saturday!

Sasha is widely considered to be one of the most recognized and influential electronic music artists of modern time. The last two decades have seen him establish himself as an innovator and true craftsmen in his field. His shows at Fabric in London have gone down in history and he has amassed one of the most loyal fan bases amongst his peers. 2014 witnessed him host his very own stage at SW4 with his Last Night on Earth brand selling out the prestigious 02 Academy Brixton at a high profile NYE show. Now put him alongside another master in Joris Voorn, we have a truly incredible performance on our hands. Dutch-born Joris’ smooth and infectious style has made him hot property in dance music and his progress seems no slowing down. From stand-out plays at Village Underground & De School in the last few months, the key player is making the right moves to reach the top of his game.

That’s Nice + La Felix – ‘Delicious’ | remixed by Patawawa, July Child, REFLEX & Dino Soccio

That’s Nice and La Felix discovered each other online, initially sending emails of rough ideas and different beats. Ultimately, ‘Delicious’ was the result.

“When we first started it, I sort of got the Daft Punk vibe, which is one of our main influences. We wanted to keep it very simple just like that Daft Punk song ‘Get Lucky’; small instrumentation but every instrument playing its part, having its moment throughout the song, and not overdoing it with production,” – That’s Nice

This sexy summer track conjures up images of a beach party with cocktails in hand and lounging on a day bed with your lover. It’s easy on the ears and will have you grooving from your shoulders all the way down to your hips.

The elegant productions are what make this song surprising and a nice change-up to the hard hitting and compressed electronic beats.

“By the time we were almost done, I was in Los Angeles doing some production work and seeing a lot of my producer friends adding real live drums to their disco-dance tunes. We needed to try that. So, last minute we completely changed the drum sound from electronic to a more organic natural sound instead using a real kick drum, a real snare, and real hi-hats,” – That’s Nice

NGHTMRE & Ghastly release music video for “End of the Night”

A match made in bass heaven, NGHTMRE and Ghastly have linked up for “End of the Night.” Out now on Mad Decent, the bass-heavy trap hybrid is a highly-anticipated collaboration from the two LA-based producers.

A rowdy house party music video accompanies the release, complete with scenes where a teddy bear joins the debauchery as guests smoke, drink, swim in the pool and even jump on a bounce house.

This release comes shortly after NGHTMRE released his “Here Comes The Night” remix for DJ Snake. Even with a hectic 2017 international tour schedule, NGHTMRE promises to show no signs of stopping with epic releases for the rest of the year. During Coachella Weekend two, NGHTMRE and Slander will bring their Gud Vibrations party to the Heineken House. Other festival appearances in the pipeline for summer include Lollapalooza, Hangout Festival, Bonnaroo, Middlelands and many more unannounced.