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Rinor drops fab EDM jam ‘You Got Me Down’ that will get you off your feet

Rinor drops fab modern club EDM jam ‘You Got Me Down‘ that will get you off your feet and dance the night away. This is that golden sound that comes around elegantly when you least expect it.

After an intensive creative process, founding his own label. After his summer tour in Croatia was postponed, Rinor focused on the upcoming album a mix of several genres, with artists from Los Angeles, Sweden and Sydney in Australia. With a global team of artists all contributing to make a worldly sound, this is an International standard effort.

You Got Me Down‘ is a night time cruise blend of goodness, all wrapped up in a classy style that is sure to pick up many new fans. This is a familiar beat that has been re-invented, you feel happy while listening to this and are all warm inside. The visuals are fantastic and this will be a song that is played all over the world. The quality is just too good and glistening little bit of extra bounce, only makes this is a pleasurable listen.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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RYA is tired of being messed around on his fresh house track ‘Anymore’

RYA is tired of getting messed around on his new fresh house track called ‘Anymore‘ and states his intentions.

This is a young 22 year old electro-soul singer & producer from stunning London City in the UK. He loves sunsets and parties that last way too long which isn’t too surprising as this is a last-lasting and stamina-filled house music that gets us all sweaty and blushing from ear to ear.

You are tired of her causing you pain. The love is so strong but now things are opening up like a broken door. Communication has been lost and this is a cause that can’t be saved. This is all over and now is the time to move on and grow stronger from the lessons learnt.

RYA is a talented producer and singer, his music is so relevant and his states his intentions clearly on this one. The beat is fantastic on ‘Anymore‘ and he is happy to be single for a while as he has lots of incredible music to make.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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Pete Jackson proves we’re all in this together with their entrancing Alt Darkwave hit “MASS HOUSE ARREST”

Delectably dark, yet euphorically rousing, MASS HOUSE ARREST by Sheffield-based artist and producer Pete Jackson is the feel-good Dance drop we never knew we needed.

Listening to high-energy tracks may be a bitter-sweet experience now, given that nightclubs are inaccessible, but you can class MASS HOUSE ARREST as a refreshing exception.

Starting out with a steady minimalistic beat, the track gently eases you into the momentum, only after ensuring you’ve had a suitable hit of catharsis. Then, the track amasses scuzzy distortion as it gains traction and the sound of Pete Jackson’s crunching guitar tones start to coalesce. Mid-way through the extended mix, the Dark Pop vocals work their way in, any fans of And One, Apoptygma Berzerk and Covenant will definitely approve.

I genuinely don’t know where my sanity would be if it wasn’t for artists such as Pete Jackson who are solidifying the culture bubble which protects the real fans of art, music and culture.

You can check out MASS HOUSE ARREST for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Tyler Hunt sends us the perfect disco-house dazzler with ‘Steal Our Love’

Tyler Hunt sends us the perfect disco-house dazzler with ‘Steal Our Love‘.

Tyler Hunt is a pop artist who’s first internet success on something completely unrelated to music, his Halloween channel, HTJ halloween, spawned a music career that is gaining more and more momentum as we speak. The vocals are effortless and smooth with a beat that is so splendid that you dust off your old party shoes. Those smart ones that make you slide.

This is a singer-songwriter who is making music on his laptop, putting his ideas into action. With a lot of artists awaiting the studios to open up again during this horrible pandemic, Tyler is instead ahead of the hungry pack, his focus can go on getting big festivals instead of recordings when things get back to normal.

Steal Our Love‘ from Tyler Hunt is a scrumptious mix of electro-pop pureness and this is a song to dance to. All night long.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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Cyrus has unleashed an entrancing attack on Drops of Jupiter by Train

With their latest track, up and coming producer Cyrus has entrancingly attacked the iconic hit “Drops of Jupiter by Train.

Drops of Jupiter is one of those perfectly nostalgic hits which may not commonly appear on Playlists, but when the track catches us by chance, it hits us with waves euphoria inspired by the melodic momentum in the all-consuming Indie Rock track. With Cyrus’ remix, there’s even more high-vibe energy to soak up and the track has become even more trancey, inventively glitchy and high-octane than ever.

The New Jersey-based artist and producer well and truly made the track their own and amassed plenty of hype by doing so with their mould-breaking approach to production. He’s definitely one for the radar if you’re in the habit of keeping track of the freshest producers around in 2020.

You can check out the remix for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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#Pluto is incredible on his smooth house single ‘Change’

A powerful house beat to wet all appetites is the order of the day here with #Pluto’sChange‘.

This young Producer outta Wisconsin in the USA, loves making music and also helps other indie artists with their audio engineering service needs.

House, Neo-soul, Lofi, Boombap, Alternative, Trap, Rap and Electronic music is the usual style for this talented producer but he is open to all genres. This kind of attitude is a guiding light in the music world where most of the time, people don’t work together.

After two years away from the game, #Pluto is reset and the break away did him the world of good. Sometimes you just need a little break to get that passion back, you need a new perspective and to reboot is the key to life.

With a busting beat that is smokey cool, the style gets you in the mood and this is perfect for the weekend. #Pluto is fantastic on ‘Change‘. This is a producer with a huge passion for music and change is imminent. The production is scrumptious and you will want to play this again and again.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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The Fox at Night serves up playful polyphonic nostalgia with “Childhood”

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Scottish-born, Madrid-based EDM artist and producer The Fox at Night (Andrew Macfarlane) has prepared 5-minutes of solid aural ingenuity for you to revel in with their nostalgically sweet single “Childhood”.

The playful polyphonic tones make it all too easy to immerse yourselves in the authentically enticing mix which picks up momentum at an incredibly teasing pace. Mid-way through the track, you’ll be in the midst of a trancey yet delicately soulful soundscape which boasts elements of Progressive House, but it will be easier to tell you that you’ve never quite heard anything like this before.

You may need a moment or two to realign your rhythmic pulses once Childhood has faded to a close.

You can check out Childhood for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Reawaken Summer Nostalgia with Fading Echoes’ Latest Single “Make Me Feel”

Make Me Feel is the latest trancey drop to be released by EDM artist and producer Fading Echoes which won’t fail to invoke feelings of euphoria and reawaken the nostalgia of summers past.

It’s the perfect aural hit for anyone who has felt a little jaded. Given that it is 2020, I can imagine that will be a lot of us.

The tonally exotic single wasn’t orchestrated to be accessible and archetypal. It was constructed to leave you mesmerised by the unpredictable progressions as the soundscape flirts with a myriad of different genres. From Future Pop to Indie to Acid House to Electronic Rock, you’ll find it all within the finely crafted unforgettably distinctive mix.

You’ll be able to check out Make Me Feel from August 28th via the artist’s SoundCloud.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Carrión – Never Let Me Go: The Future Pop Hit Your Summer Playlists Have Been Waiting For

Artist and producer Carrión has followed on from the success of their debut single with the release of their soulfully high-vibe single “Never Let Me Go”.

By pairing anthemically electric House beats with resoundingly evocative female vocals, you get to feel every ounce of emotion which was projected into the deftly orchestrated mix.

The entrancing feat of Future Pop is exactly what you’d want to hear a poolside DJ in Ibiza spinning. The Swedish-based producer may be relatively fresh from their inception, but clearly, they have what it takes to follow in the footsteps of the likes of Avicii, Martin Garrix, Calvin Harris and Tiesto. Get him on your radar.

You can check out Never Let Me Go for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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IDMC Gospel Soul Choir unleashed an upraising earworm on the airwaves with their newly released single “My Joy”

Even during lockdown, IDMC Gospel Soul Choir managed to pour some much-needed soul onto the airwaves with their newly released single “My Joy” and digitally converge for the official music video which dropped on July 5th.

Whether you’re religious or not, this House-infused feat of Christian & Gospel is sure to have a euphorically uplifting effect. The energy projected into My Joy is as euphoric as it is revolving and comforting. The IDMC Gospel Soul Choir’s talent is undeniable. But more importantly, so is their ability to craft such a sincere uplifting single which is sure to sweeten anyone’s mood. Do yourself a favour and hit play.

You can check out the official music video which was filmed during lockdown by heading over to YouTube now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast