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New Dance Sounds: Vini Vici, KSHMR, Oliver Heldens + More

Valentines Day brings copious amount of new music, from the likes of Calvin Harris, Laidback Luke, Meduza are here with their third ever single, No Mana with his album, Odd Mob’s newest single, Tritonal bring it back to the old school and even Justin Bieber with his new album.


Vini Vici vs Shapov vs NERVO – My World [Alteza]

‘My World’ see 5 people come together from Vini Vici, Shapov and NERVO for a psytrance hitter like no other. Each artists is heard throughout the almost 4 minute production, each contributing vocals, sounds and overall production abilities.


Matisse & Sadko & Matluck – Best Thing [STMPD]

Russian mastermind are back with Matluck for a soulful melodic anthem. With beautiful piano and vocals, ‘Best Thing’ is another example of what Matisse & Sadko do best, produce incredible progressive house tracks.



Oliver Heldens – Take A Chance [Heldeep]

Utilizing vocals from Materials 1982 track ‘Take A Chance’, Oliver Heldens puts his 2020 house spin in it. The result is a groovy release that feels old school yet falls right into place with current dance music. Another cool one from Oliver!


Arno Cost & Norman Doray – Darlin’ [Positiva]

The dream team is back on Positiva. ‘Darlin’ is a funky disco house record that is a prime example of their house producing talents. The French artists include some Daft Punk influence throughout this release also!


Fatum & Luke Bond feat. Kaleena Zanders – All Of Me [Armind]

This atmospheric trance hitter is yet again another big one from Fatum. Landing on Armin van Buuren’s Armind, Fatum joins forces with Luke Bond and Kaleena Zanders for a brilliant track that has hard drops and melodic breaks.



Crankdat – Redo [Monstercat]

Crankdat brings the energy with his latest ‘Redo’, with terrific vocals and exuberant drops. This is definitely a highlight from Crankdat’s discography. It’s not as aggressive as his usual stuff and we love it.


Manse – Hypnotised [Independent]

Manse is know for his sometimes delicate and masterful progressive house releases, this time around he has gone for a more big room and aggressive release whilst still keeping his incredible melodies. Fans of Manse definitely need to listen to this one!


Getter – Represent [Independent]

Getter returns to his harder and darker dubstep sound with ‘Represent’. This sound is sure to gain praise locally as well as exhibiting wobbles that are sure to get any bass music fan head banging.


GG Magree – You Don’t Know Me [Armada]

GG Magree debuts on Armada with a deeper than expected production in ‘You Don’t Know Me’. With awesome vocals and a instrumental to match, this very well may be GG Magree’s best solo outing yet.


KSHMR & Hard Lights feat. Charlott Boss – Over and Out [Dharma]

Whilst not KSHMR’s best track, ‘Over and Out’ with Hard Lights features a bouncey production with happy hardcore elements. Released on his own label, KSHMR has been on a run of consistent tracks – unfortunately not his best work lately.


Erdem Gul – Call My Number [Teamwrk]

Featuring glorious vocals that compliment the delicious groovy bass line and catchy melodic hooks, Erdem Gul from Turkey proves he is an artist to keep an eye on!

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