German producer and DJ Marco Niemerski, better known as Tensnake, has apparently over 70 million combined steams of his work to date. Having remixed artists including Dua Lipa, Aloe Blacc, Lana Del Rae, Azari & III, Pet Shop Boys, London Grammar and Duke Dumont, and working with three-time Grammy-winner Stuart Price, Nile Rodgers, Jamie Lidell and MNEK amongst many others, he returns with his second studio album entitled ‘L.A.’ named after the city that until recently he called home.
From the moment he emerged with ‘U Got My Heart’ in 2019, Clément Leroux aimed to set the bar high for anyone anticipating more of his sound. He drew from his own experiences with every track he put out, issuing snapshots of the bends in the road of adolescence and the ups and downs through musical narration. And now, the Frenchman recently unveiled the complete story of his path to independence and young adulthood in the form of his first-ever album: ‘Circle Line’.
Plastic pollution is still a problem of global proportions. The already plastic-ridden oceans have to endure an influx of eight million tons of plastic every year, and it has proven very difficult to decrease this amount despite numerous initiatives.
Few records are probably as evergreen as Felix’s ‘Don’t You Want Me’. Originally released in the summer of 1992, the record topped the charts in Finland, Spain and Switzerland, hit #1 in the US Hot Dance Club Play chart, made it to #6 in the UK singles chart and became a definitive staple track in the club scene for years if not decades. Now, UK artist Hannah Wants reinforces the track’s legacy by coming up with a rework of her own.
On Friday 17 July, various artists from Armada Music will march into battle alongside (and against) prominent members of the Team Liquid esports brand in two show matches, which will be broadcast live on the respective Twitch channels of Armada Music and Team Liquid starting 8pm (CEST).
Over the past few months, Arty has been busy launching three club-tailored collabs with his Russian comrades, building up momentum before completing the full first volume release within his latest collaborative project.
At the end of last year, Dutch trance DJ Ferry Corsten and Armada Records inked an exclusive agreement for the future representation of Ferry’s Flashover Recordings as well as most of the imprint’s past releases, which includes tracks produced by Ferry Corsten under his System F and Gouryella aliases plus many more artists.