Jewelz & Sparks – Parade 98 (Original Mix) [Buy @ Beatport] - Heavy stuff from Jewelz & Sparks, taking cool electro to housey grounds. The groove lures you in with clubby vibes and catchy vocal samples, then the drop overtakes you with strong synth stabs and electro kicks. Parade 98 is inventive crossover sounds, bridging the gap between club and festival. Essential tune!
Bisbetic feat. Jason Walker – Canyons (Original Mix) [Buy @ Beatport] - Taking you all the way, here’s Bisbetic with an amazing crossover tune. Creating momentum with soft acoustic guitar chords and the fetching vocals of Jason Walker, the sound of Canyons is pure as it is enervating. Pop meets house music in a most exciting guise, you’ll love this!
Borgeous & David Solano – Big Bang (2015 Life In Color Anthem) (Original Mix) [Buy @ Beatport] - Now here’s a pair that knows how to build suspense. First, Borgeous and David Solano let the groove gain strength before the true Big Bang approaches with a highly melodic breakdown. As it’s all hands in the air from that moment on, the drop turns things even more majestic, boasting grand chords over massive kicks. Here comes the Big Bang for sure, electro mania in full effect.
DJ Sub Zero – Girl (Like That) (Original Mix) [Buy @ Beatport] - Gregori Klosman‘s Guru imprint continues its rich vein of form as Miami’s DJ Sub Zero is next to take flight. Bringing the party vibe with plenty of swagger and bucket loads of personality, “Girl” is a deep, groovy workout that ignites every dancefloor it spills its guts over. A bona fide club bomb, this one has got some serious legs, dancing legs. Driven by an underground, highly addictive bassline and wild, crunching synths, the track has a tough backbone that is complemented by the ghetto-funk vocals and tightly worked groove. Despite its power and energy, “Girl” keeps a lid on things, exploring a funky, deeper, more visceral attitude instead of spilling over into frenzy. Because of that, taking it to the edge and teetering there, “Girl” has an innate edginess that makes it such a compelling track. This is definitely one that deserves to be cranked up to 11.
Don Diablo feat. Maluca – My Window (Original Mix) [Buy @ Beatport] - Make way for the Don! As he’s back with a mad house record featuring cheery singalongs as well as dark vocal snippets. Beneath all these vocal whippings there’s a bass line bound to get things sweaty, while the buildup leaves no room for any misunderstanding. Open up your window and make your move!
Eximinds & Vigel – Handprint (Original Mix) [Buy @ Beatport] - A mere nine months after their last release on the A State Of Trance imprint, Russian duo Eximinds turns to the same spot for their next impressive release. For ‘Handprint‘, they teamed up with fellow-countryman Vigel, delivering a record that storms through any club. ‘Atlas‘, the second single on the EP, has been done in collaboration with Yan Space, yet another talent from Russia. It demonstrates a more melodic approach, but is by no means less energetic or powerful than ‘Handprint‘. No one other than Armin van Buuren himself handpicked both records to include on his highly anticipated A State Of Trance 2015 compilation. And to be frank, both records absolutely deserve it!
John Dahlback feat. Olivera – Shooting Star (Original Mix) [Buy @ Beatport] - Not long after his collaboration with Dash Berlin and BullySongs called ‘Let You Go‘, Swedish producer John Dahlback is back on Armada Trice with yet another progressive slammer. Olivera‘s vocals are a more than worthy addition to the power of John Dahlback‘s epic synths and together they form a harmony that can only be applauded. Add the energetic and melodic drop and you’ve got exactly what Armada Trice stands for: a true progressive masterpiece.
Manse feat. Alice Berg – Freeze Time (Original Mix) [Buy @ Beatport] - A sure-fire festival hit, ‘Freeze Time’ cements Manse’s reputation as producer with a knack for infectious songwriting and a crowd-pleasing production style that’s boiling with energy. With support already from Revealed boss Hardwell and BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong, this one is going to be huge.
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