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SHINIL – Amor Fati (Original Mix) – Destination dance floor eutopia

Amor Fati by SHINIL is a track that feels like it was inspired by 90s dance classics like “Out of Space” by The Prodigy and has a structure reminiscent of 2002’s “Star Guitar” by The Chemical Brothers. While it is undoubtedly influenced by these two bands, as a entity, it is not at all derivative.

Like many songs of it’s genre, this one takes you on a journey, through memories that are either real or borrowed from your imagination, onto a floor you’ve graced a thousand times before. Normally, there are endless temporary friends or night-time acquaintances around, but on this occasion, you’re alone. As the beats hit with a subtle insistence, rising carefully, second by second, until your eyes are closed and both hands are snaking skywards, while riding a train to dance hall euphoria.

Take a chance, press play and be there, too.





Review by Lisa Knight


Franchesco De Rosa releases Progressive House Instrumentals EP

Progressive house, ambient trance artist Franchesco De Rosa has released their eight-track collection ‘Progessive House Instrumentals’.

From beginning to end, it’s lively, it’s manic and it has a few killer beats. Each track is different, each having its own dose of high energy and contagious melodies to create this selection of Progressive House pieces.

It’s up-lifting and the way the rhythm flows within each element of sound is so entertaining to listen too. Each beat is so well thought out and of course not forgetting about those insane breakdowns that create such a suspenseful feeling as it takes you on a journey through the powerful use of sound.

Franchesco has made a collection of house tracks, using a synthesiser and a drum machine to give it the electronica feel, be sure to add this one to your playlist.

Check out Franchesco De Rosa Progressive House Instrumentals EP by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Karley Myall


Leo The Lion releases Dance For The Rain: One to lift your spirits

Leo The Lion has dropped his recent track ‘’Dance For The Rain’’, for all the lovers of EDM, Electronic and Pop then this one’s for you, it’s the perfect song to boost your mood completely.

You’re welcomed with this insane up-beat melody, it’s so energetic and up-lifting. That same infectious beat continues through out, really giving the song it’s Electronic feel. The vocals begin to collide alongside the rhythm, the vocals come in, keeping that pitch up-beat and the tone of voice vibrant.

This is a piece of music that gets you moving, there’s such an array of liveliness. The synthesised beat gives off this suspenseful feeling as the drum hits get louder and the volume amps up and everything is louder and has even more energy flowing through it.

Leo The Lion has definitely nailed this one, it’s got so many styles of instrumentals, the vocal ranges and the way the beat just combines with it so well, is impressive. Definitely one to listen too if you’re into this style of music.

Listen to Leo The Lion Dance For The Rain by heading over to YouTube now.

Review by Karley Myall


BoogaTronic has recently released their latest single Soul Horizon

BoogaTronic has released their latest track ‘Soul Horizon’.  Mixing Electronic, Pop and Funk together to create this insanely catchy single.

Starting off using a high-pitched electronic effect and intertwining that with a real feel good beat that gives it that funk sound, it’s calming to listen too, each vocal is sung in such a adenoidal way.

Towards the middle, the instrumentation begins to embrace the piercing electric guitar riffs and bringing in the hard-hitting synthesised drum beats to give it that real electronic sound.

This track embraces the way in which a slow-pace can really give a song a different feeling when you listen to it, because of the pace and the use of low-tempos it intrigues the listener and relaxes them which is a bonus when listening.

You can check out BoogaTronic’s latest track by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Karley Myall


Loosh – Get Out the House: Polyphonic Hip Hop Pop

Loosh’s latest Alt Pop single “Get Out the House” is exactly what you want to hear when you hit play on a new artist.

It’s got that instantaneous draw as your mind attempts to get to grips with a beguilingly fresh new soundscape, and the progressive track has quite the aural trip in store. From polyphonic key solos to Hip Hop-style grooves to moodily convictive Alt Pop vocals, Get Out the House contains it all plus plenty of other intricate nuances which affirm that Loosh puts innovation and expression at the forefront when writing their tracks.

If you’re as tired as assimilative uninspired music as I am, go and restore your faith in contemporary musicians. It may have been bad timing to release a track called Get Out of the House just before the world went into lockdown mode. Yet, we can appreciate the sentiment all the same.

You can check out Get Out the House for yourselves by heading over to YouTube.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Dakota Chappy – Right There: Entrancingly Danceable, Mindfully Inspired EDM Pop

Every once in awhile, it’s possible that you’ll stumble across a track which offers massive beats and an even more sizeable serving of soul. That’s just what we delved into when Electronic Pop artist Dakota Chappy appeared on our radar.

The strikingly talented vocalist dropped her latest entrancingly danceable yet mindfully inspired single “Right There” on March 4th. If you want to raise your vibration, strap on a pair of headphones and experience the vibrancy of the upraised radio-ready single.

There will undoubtedly be bigger and more refreshingly absolving music to come from Dakota Chappy. So, we’d suggest that you follow our lead and firmly affix her to your radars.

You can check out the official music video to Dakota Chappy’s latest single via YouTube.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


BLOK – One Mile: Organically Euphoric Future Pop

Up and coming artist BLOK’s debut single One Mile is the perfect multipurpose hit. Whatever mood it catches you in, the seamlessly transcendent track is sure to make it sweeter.

Many producers may struggle to find the right balance between when it comes to infusing a feel-good vibe. But that’s exactly where BLOK organically succeeded. The undemanding track allows you to sink into the gentle mellifluous progressions as they naturally and efficaciously resonate alongside the high-energy magnetic vocals. Nuances of euphoria drip from the tonally-warm electronic melodies in this sun-kissed feat of Future Pop which you’ll undoubtedly want on your playlists after hearing it.

Debuts don’t come much more promising than this. BLOK is definitely one to watch. Or better yet, you can go and have a listen to One Mile via Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Dan Plants and Nate Cronk- Stay: A journey through the sound of Synthwave

‘Stay’’ was created by two great friends Dan Plants and Nate Cronk, it dives straight into the Synthwave style as it introduces a variety of different sound effects as well as some catchy vocals.

From start to finish it has this up-lifting beat that gives the track so much energy, there’s a mixture of hard-hitting drum beats, insane riffs on the guitar as well as the synth effects that intertwine themselves into the vocals and instrumentation.

It tells a story throughout about love and heartbreak, but even if it tends to have a more poignant meaning, it still manages to keep your spirits high as the melody is so contagious and it gives off this cheery feeling.

Dan and Nate have made something that’s creative, something that may not be for everyone, considering the overall sound is not as popular as it once was, but even then Stay shows just how good it can be. It has some incredible rhythms and a superb lyrical approach, if you’re one that hasn’t really delved into the world of Synthwave music then you must!

You can check out Stay for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.

Review by Karley Myall


Alien Private Eye- No Call: Electronica at it’s finest

Experimental Electronica shines through in Alien Private Eye’s new single ‘’No Call’. It may not be to everyone’s taste but it’s for sure impressive and shows a lot of creativity.

This track takes Electronica to a whole new level, there is so much suspense as you listen, it’s mysterious, dark and even eerie in places. It’s one that you really feel yourself going on a journey through the evolution of sounds and the impact they have on a listener.

Most of the time with this specific style of music it’s either vocals and a mix of sound effects or just sound on its own. Well Alien Private Eye decided to combine the two together by adding this almost hypnotising rhythm as well as these mesmerising vocals that gives the track this dose of up-beat energy.

The melody compliments the vocals and the pitch and pace is so similar that nothing seems out of place, the use of sound effects fits with the vocal ranges perfectly. Be sure to check this one out!

Check out No Call by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Karley Myall


After Dark & Lauren Pennine new single ‘Catch Me’: A true piece of art

Up and coming After Dark & Lauren Pennines ‘Catch Me’ is such an impressive piece of music, it’s one that is simply enthralling.

It shares many aspects of Pop but they describe it as a more down tempo piece, when you listen you can hear similar styles to artists such as Paloma Faith, Jess Glynne but you also get this side that sounds like the Chainsmokers. There’s these adenoidal vocals which tend to get more brittle at certain parts of the song, but it’s done in such an inventive way.

But aside from the vocals, there are some electronic elements that run through, in the background you hear a more techno style voice, but then you also hear the other vocals that are strong and give it that more RnB style.

Catch Me is honestly a hit in itself, it has so much potential to be massive and it deserves more recognition, the vocal ranges are perfect, the overall sound is well thought out and it shows how much hard work they put in, you need to check this one out.

Listen to After Dark & Lauren Pennine’s new single catch me by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Karley Myall