4 To The Floor is an imprint that aims to release timeless, quality house music, and while much of the catalogue may be retrospective, their intended dedication to release authentic and creative music should defy time constraints. Now it’s the turn of an established house artist to debut a new release on the label.
After amassing over 2 billion streams on their previous collaborations, David Guetta and Sia reunite for new single ‘Let’s Love’ which is out now on Warner Music. The duo counts multiple #1 global hits together since they first teamed up on 2011’s massive ‘Titanium’ which has over 1 billion streams and reached the top 3 at Top 40 radio in the US and became his 5th top ten Billboard Hot 100 hit.
Atlantic Records recently announced the worldwide signing of DJ/producer Tiësto to its roster. The GRAMMY® Award-winning producer will celebrate with the release of his new single, ‘The Business’, which will be available from Friday, 25 September.
500th release on his label, Glasgow Underground. The album features tracks conceived, produced or remixed (or remixes commissioned) by McKay and is designed to reflect a typical Kevin McKay DJ set - the first time he has delivered an artist-focused collection of tracks as a DJ mix album.
Solarstone wrote himself an album during lockdown - an unplanned one obviously, and one - by his own acknowledgment - he wouldn’t have gotten to write in more conventional times. ‘A lockdown album’ by any other name - not the first and undoubtedly not the last.
In what has already been a busy year with collaborations with artists including CeCe Rogers, Burak Yeter and BB Team, Benny Benassi is now joined by singer songwriter, Blush and Mutungi on his latest track, ‘End of Summer’ , which is out now on Ultra Records.
After a release-road that’s been a real-time echo of the world’s prevailing events, Paul van Dyk’s latest artist album, ‘Guiding Light’, finally got released last week. Many would perhaps see Paul as the album’s titular guiding light, but to PvD its meaning couldn’t be more contrary as the album is inherently about others, and to the greatest possible degree, one in particular.
Canadian John Varuhin returns once more to his Clyde Records imprint with more minimal techno. ‘Deliverance’ comes a year after the ‘Bunker’ EP on his newly formed imprint which picked up support for the Vancouver-based artist from the likes of Laurent Garnier, Luke Slater and Danny Daze.
German imprint Mask are back with another untitled release featuring six cuts. The previous six releases on the imprint have garnered an array of support from the likes of Laurent Garnier, Danny Daze, Dan Curtin, Machine Woman, DJ Deep and more.
French producer Idem Nevi is back on his new Requested Soul imprint with the ‘Tangerine’ EP featuring three techno cuts. Idem is a self-taught producer from Toulouse, South of France, who creates expansive, melancholic techno peppered with heavy beats and deep melodies.