2020 has been kicked of the right way with some great new dance sounds from the likes of NERVO, Lane 8, Botnek, Yves V and more!
Lane 8 – Just [This Never Happened]
Lane 8 releases the final single from up forthcoming album ‘Brightest Lights’. Simply titled ‘Just’, the American royalty brings what we love about Lane 8 to the forefront. The subtle and calm melodies create a perfect chill aroma.
NERVO, Plastik Funk & Tim Morrison – Dare Me [Spinnin’]
Australian sister duo Nervo come together with Plastic Funk and Tim Morrison for a an edit of a classic. With energetic and vibrant sounds, this release is a great new re-touch to an already quality release.
Botnek – On Planet Z [World Famous Heasdquarters]
Botnek have been moving away from their signature style, with a handful of different productions. This new one brings a grungy and deep production that packs a punch. It is an awesome sound that we hope to hear more of!
Niko The Kid – Dance Du Sol (Badapa) [Armada]
Niko takes a classic catchy melody and mixes it with a banging house production that is sure to get people moving when it eventually gets dropped around the world! This groovy release is definitely going to kick start listeners into 2020!
Yves V & Ilkay Sencan feat. Emie – Not So Bad [Spinnin’]
Covering Dido’s ‘Thank You’, Yves V and Ilkay Sencan join forces for a Brazilian bass production to bring the 20 year old release into the present.
Timmo Hendriks & Jordan Grace – By Your Side [Protocol]
Timmo Hendiks and Jordan Grace join forces for the first time with ‘By Your Side’. Being the first release of 2020 for Protocol, hopefully it sets a precedent of what to expect from Protocol this year.
Amtrac & Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs – Radical [RCA]
Two talented acts come together for ‘Radicals’, a soothing blend of each talents’ expertise. With luscious vocals and flavourful piano, this is a terrific record from start to finish.
Almero – Get Loose [Revealed]
Almero debuts Revealed’s brand new design to kick off 2020 with ‘Get Loose’. This main room hitter fits perfectly onto Revealed, since listening to Almero years ago – it is not surprise to see him on a label of this magnitude now.