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Get a Shot of Electro House Euphoria with Too Martian’s Single ‘Changes’ featuring Sara Chay

Netherlands-hailing artist and producer Too Martian’s short but significant career has seen him achieve airplay on major stations and garnering plenty of hype with their entrancing mixes, their latest release ‘Changes’ exhibits the best of their euphoria-rousing talent.

With Too Martian’s bass-riding beats in a high-vibe progressive rollercoaster of a track, you’ll quickly feel your rhythmic pulses become intrinsically combined with the playfully devilish breakdowns and build ups which will always leave you wondering what kind of aural curveball will be thrown at you next through the shimmeringly entrancing production.

The Future Pop vocals perfectly round off the track by complimenting the stylistic tone of the EDM beats which combine all of the best components of Melodic House and Electro House.

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

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Fire Jane – Blind: Unapologetically Empowered EDM Pop

“Blind” is the intensely euphoric latest EDM Pop single from up and coming Boston-based duo Fire Jane. It finds the perfect balance between emotion and energy by running through as an undeniable testament of the artist’s ability to not only create a radio-ready earworm but to create an infectious drop which will leave you psyched every time you hit play.

Blind feels like an almost serendipitously timely release, when the world is sitting in their respective anger or apathy, Fire Jane is reminding us what visceral emotion feels like. The unapologetically empowered edge to the harmonically succinct vocals is something that I’ll never forget.

You can check out Blind by heading over to Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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EDM artist ZacTomRob lays down galvanizing euphoria-laced progressions with “Light That Feeling”

Wisconsin-based EDM artist ZacTomRob premiered the music video to their new track Light That Feeling on September 25th, it’s already on its way to becoming a viral hit, and with the galvanizing euphoria-laced progressions, it’s easy to see why.

ZacTomRob takes his inspiration from a wide range of artists and employs the very same versatility in his own sound. Light That Feeling is all about the rhythm, the electronic drumbeats have been replaced by the indistinguishable snaps and symbol rattles of acoustic drums, which brings an incredibly naturalistic texture to the entrancing mix. Hit play, and you may just find yourself wondering if you have been sleepwalking through life before you embraced the reviving energy in this ingeniously crafted, sonically electrifying mix.

You can check out the official video to Light That Feeling for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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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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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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HARAKAT MUSIC – Don’t Want It to End: An Entrancingly Tropic Summer Dance Hit

This summer may not be as exciting as usual for many people. But still being able to appreciate fresh new EDM summer hits such as HARAKAT MUSIC’s single Don’t Want It to End is a massive consolation.

The Swedish artist and DJ infused much needed feel-good vibes in the entrancingly tropic mix which fans of Future Pop and Progressive House alike are sure to appreciate. The beat in Don’t Want It to End finds the perfect tempo to feed you reflective ecstasy and allow your rhythmic pulses to become arrested by the deftly crafted danceable progressions.

Don’t Want it to End is a perfect example of a multipurpose EDM hit. Whether it hits you on a Dancefloor or on your drive home, it’s sure to sweeten your mood.

Naturally, we can’t wait for the next hit of aural euphoria from HARAKAT MUSIC.

You can check out the radio edit of HARAKAT MUSIC’s single for yourselves via Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Progressive House duo Phillip Maizza (feat. Danny Logan) release reflective ”Waiting For You”

Dance/EDM DJ’s Phillip Maizza (feat. Danny Logan) release reflective ”Waiting For You” and this is a catchy song for 2020. It’s a sad track though as we are transported to a reality that truly bites like a hungry dog on a bone that has been forgotten. Sometimes all that waiting gets too much and the taste for love has completely vanished into thin air. You have lost that love and hunger that you once had for each other. All that is left is to cherish the memories.

Born and raised in the South of Italy and currently based in Barcelona, DJ and music producer Phillip Maizza is a big name is the dance world. Danny Logan is also based in Italy and these two make a top team with so much more on the way.

This is a simple song that follows a Progressive House formula of consistent goodness. The beat is strong and memorable with incredible female vocals that seduces you into the song. I look forward to seeing how this track does and what else these two have up their vinyl sleeves this summer.

Stream this new track here on Soundcloud and more from these dance artists.

Follow Phillip on Facebook to find out when he is live next.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

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Prepare Your Summer Prog House Playlists for The Small Things’ Single “Wake Up Alone”

What happens when two artists with multi-platinum music careers get together and set their minds on creating a fiery Prog House Pop hit? Hit play on The Small Things Summer 2020 anthem Wake Up Alone featuring vocals from IINES and embrace the waves of euphoria yourselves.

It’s danceable, it’s accessible, and you’ll need to prepare for the high-vibe perfectly polished melodies in Wake Up Alone to stick with you for quite a while after the energetic hit has faded to a close.

The Small Things may be relatively fresh from inception, but between them, Mats Melbye and Alex Eriksson have a wealth experience and their talent has seen them working alongside the likes of Avicii and David Guetta.

You can check out Wake Up Alone for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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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

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KINGDØMS – Senses: Sensually Sublime Progressive Indie Synth Pop  

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“Senses” is the recently released aptly-titled sensually-sublime feat of Indie Synth Pop from up and coming artist KINGDØMS.

All too frequently lacing a Pop mix with atmospheric mesmerism dilutes the danceability. But that definitely isn’t the case with Senses. The evocatively arrestive hit may take its sweet and rhythmic time before the euphoria really hits but meandering through the seamless progressive evolutions is an entrancing experience which you won’t forget in a hurry.

Not only is the production radio-ready. But it also allows the Alt Pop artist to lay down their signature smooth style which incorporates a nuanced infusion of Lounge Acid House into a Pop earworm which offers plenty of commercial appeal.

You’ll be able to check out KINGDØMS latest drop for yourselves by heading over the artist’s YouTube channel.

Review by Amelia Vandergast