Corey James – Rule The Nation

Vigiland – Pong Dance (Remixes)

Dan Domino & Dan X – Find My Home

Hungarian DJ and producer Dan Domino makes his mark on 2016 with the release of his first original track of the year, ‘Find My Home’, out now on Beatport via Panda Funk Records.

After the success of his previous collaboration with Dan-X ‘Flame (Only One)’, it was only a matter of time before the production duo teamed up once again in the studio. ‘Flame (Only One)’ which was released on Pixel Empire Records, gained immense support from industry heavyweights Tiesto and W&W, firmly securing the duo’s place amongst the world’s best upcoming talents. The result of their new creative streak in the studio is the highly anticipated ‘Find My Home’.

Mixed with a hard-hitting Future Bass drop, the simplistic drums give the track plenty of groove, resulting in a record that is sure to get any dance floor pumping. The vivid piano chords added to the pitched vocal in the breakdown give the track plenty of emotion and adds some remarkable Deep House vibes. Sum the breakdown and drop and you get the perfect anthem, sure to send any club into chaos. With ‘Find My Home’ already gaining support from international DJ’s such as: Quintino, Tiesto, Sander van Doorn, Bingo Players, Sick Individuals, Firebeatz, Lucky Date, Thomas Gold, Swanky Tunes and radio play on stations such as Capital FM (UK), Slam FM (NL) and SiriusXM (US), Dan Domino is set to quickly climb to the top of the EDM ladder.

Deorro was quick to sign ‘Find My Home’ to his striking LA based imprint Panda Punk Records. Dan’s debut record on the label sees him join artists such as: Far East Movement, ZooFunktion, Henry Fong & Joel Fletcher, and with many more releases on the way, you are sure to hear ‘Find My Home’ and Dan Domino in the clubs very soon.

Swanky Tunes feat. Christian Burns – “Skin & Bones”

Highlighting a charged path from Moscow to Miami, the Russian innovative trio who amplify the progressive and electro house sound are known as SWANKY TUNES.

Now with their latest release ‘Skin & Bones’ on DJ Center Records, Swanky Tunes shows no signs of slowing down as they team up with singing sensation Christian Burns! Featuring their signature style of progressive and deep house, feel the heat rise up as you move through the edgy beats that this banging single has to offer!

Whether it be in the studio, on stage, or the global music charts, these label headliners are at the forefront of electronic dance music. Don’t miss out on Swanky Tunes feat. Christian Burns’ bomb release, “Skin & Bones” on DJ Center!

Modern Machines – Feel It

Hiisak, Marc Typ & Dave Emanuel – Rakija

Up-and-coming DJ and producer Dave Emanuel is back again, firing another top notch release to add to his already rich catalogue. After putting his name on distinctive releases such as: ‘Desert’, ‘Hermes’, ‘Epos’, ‘Fury’, ‘Azuria’, ‘Cheops’ and ‘Ares’, he’s now offering another exciting effort by the name of ‘Rakija’, in collaboration with the talented duo Hiisak and Marc Typ.

David Horhager, the man behind the Dave Emanuel moniker, is a versatile artist proposing a unique blend of sounds dabbling into various electronic music genes and extending into Classical, Jazz and Folk influences. Along the years the Swiss talent has managed to land deals with elite labels such as: Streamlined (Spinnin’), Hotfingers, JUMMP, Flashover, Be Yourself Music, Plasmapool (TRXX), Vous, Arisa Audio and Big Fish amongst others. His highly original style has also attracted the attention and support of top international DJs like: Hardwell, Nicky Romero, Tiesto, Armin van Buuren, Diplo, Swanky Tunes, Chuckie, Blasterjaxx, Sikdope, Ferry Corsten, Above & Beyond, Paul van Dyk, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Cosmic Gate, W&W and Judge Jules to name a few, whilst also boasting important collaborations with: Tom Ferro and Nick Double.

Dave Emanuel’s newest creation ‘Rakija’ is a team-up with Italian duo Hiisak and Marc Typ, pitching in their Mediterranean influences. The single starts off with punchy kicks, off-beat snare patterns and infectious synth phrases, before intensifying the low end with a bass-boost. A huge ascension resolves into a subby breakdown, characterised by rumbling bass-synths and catchy brass melodies. ‘Rakija’ gains massive momentum with a seismic drop featuring EDM elements and World music inspirations, adding a unique flavour to the track whilst a slowing tempo then introduces the Arabic feel section, driven by traditional Darbouka rhythms, epic string arrangements and trumpet passages before bursting into another vicious chorus. The production trio then start stripping away energy levels, directing ‘Rakija’ into a mellower ending.

‘Rakija’ is now part of Musical Madness’ growing catalogue. The brainchild of world renowned DJ and producer Marcel Woods, the imprint is the culmination of his musical vision, breaking boundaries between different styles and offering an enticing new breed of sounds. Musical Madness has seen an exponential growth along the years and has been home to prominent names such as: Ruby & Tony, Ironiq, NekliFF, Assino, Regilio, Arlo, Blasfem, Frame, DJ Rob, Jonas Stenberg, Incognet, Andy Power, Lunar, Dark Drake, Lost Rush and many more. Dave Emanuel, Hiisak and Marc Typ are certainly a remarkable addition to the Musical Madness family and are surely representing the newer generation of talents that will continue to help grow this label’s capital in the years to come.

Dave Emanuel Lines Up ‘Heaven’

Swiftly emerging as one of the new authorities for all things electronic – Dave Emanuel has been on somewhat of a turbo-charged climb to the upper tiers of the music world. The multi-talented Zurich-based DJ/Producer is hammering through an astonishing discography, which already stretches over 150 appearances on Beatport. Few producers can match up to his work-rate in the studio and on the road where he’s building a solid following of supporters from like-minded fans and fellow DJ/producers who know good electronic music when they hear it.

Joining forces with the distinctive vocal sounds of Lisa May – Dave has cooked up another dance floor hit that’s pouring over the edges with forward thinking production and a classy combo of electronic and organic instruments in a way that he’s made his own. Brass, guitars, pianos and drums are all on show in ‘Heaven’ – which at times completely pulls away from the synths and samples foundation of most House music. Layered with Lisa’s classy phrases, you’d be forgiven for forgetting you’re listening to a producer at all – that is until Dave Emanuel whips up the tasty drops, which switch things up back into a quality House workout. The creeping bass line takes care of the subs whilst the mids are fully decked out with an entire stage full of organic instruments. It’s original, it’s infectious and it’s more proof of why Dave Emanuel is getting serious attention on his outputs. There’s no wonder why the likes of Hardwell, Nicky Romero, Tiesto, Armin van Buuren, Diplo, Swanky Tunes, Chuckie, Blasterjaxx, Sikdope, Ferry Corsten, Above & Beyond, Paul van Dyk, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Cosmic Gate, W&W and Judge Jules are lining up to support his works.

‘Heaven’ is lined up for release on Audiophile – an imprint that will no doubt enjoy adding Dave Emanuel to their list of artists releasing under the imprint. Keeping a busy schedule across the year, the label has made it their aim to keep their followers well stocked with releases from a stable of artists that are pushing into the charts on a regular basis.

‘Heaven’ will be released on 27.07.15.

Harvel B & Asalto – Dance With Lions

Harvel B & Asalto – Dance With Lions

Tritonal – Ginsu [MainStage Music]

Just one week after premiering on W&W’s Mainstage Music Radio show – and gathering support from David Guetta, Hardwell, Nicky Romero, Audien, Blasterjaxx, Gareth Emery, Swanky Tunes, Andrew Rayel, VINAI and of course W&W – Texan duo Tritonal finally release their hotly anticipated new track ‘Ginsu’.

After racking up 3 Billboard Top Dance Top 10s across the course of 2014, it was imperative for Chad Cisneros and Dave Reed to kick off the new year in the same style – and with Ginsu, it looks like they’re firmly on course to do just that and more. A sharp, twisting, weaving, epic club instrumental that soars euphorically through cascading synth, rhythm and bass lines, the cut is a supreme flashback to their earlier discography. In the same vein as ‘Suzu’ and ‘Slave’, if the torrent of SoundCloud comments from last week’s preview is any indicator, ‘Ginsu’ has already proven itself a huge hit with fans.

“When we started ‘Ginsu’, we wanted to capture the melodic energy of some of the trance records we had so much fun making in the past such as ‘Slave’ and ‘Suzu’,” Chad Cisneros explained. “Although we’ve moved away from that sound, we think we nailed the spirit of those days while delivering a super charged melody that will rock most of our sets for 2015.”