When Paul van Dyk creates a song inspired by one of the biggest cult favourite television shows in recent memory the possible potential is boundless. His latest release, ‘Hawkins Square,’ pays homage to Stranger Things, the Duffer Brothers' Netflix smash.
The third and final entry in a three-part release series based on his studio, Ian Pooley’s ‘Studio A Pt. 3’ for Radio Slave’s imprint sees him drop yet another set of tracks. Leading the A-side, ‘PSS480’ combines swinging drums, modulated low end, and trippy bleeps for a house track.
Friendly Fire is a Los Angeles-based house duo comprised of Day Trip founder Adam Auburn and Space Yacht co-creator LondonBridge. Between them, the pair have DJ’d at EDC Orlando, Beyond Wonderland, and many more, appearing on labels such as Ultra, Dim Mak, and IN / ROTATION individually.
Previously collaborating on 2020’s ‘Ultimate Distortion’, We Are The Brave label-boss Alan Fitzpatrick and Drumcode, Hot Creations, and Dirtybird artist Rebūke join forces once again, this time for Patrick Topping’s Trick imprint.
Following apparent acclaim for their latest album, ‘The Last Goodbye’, ODESZA continue the momentum with the release of ‘The Last Goodbye Remixes N°.1’ EP, which reimagines cuts from the LP with includes remixes by DJ Seinfeld, Gilligan Moss, Devault, Nils Hoffmann and Eli & Fur.
Few productions in house music are as possibly recognisable as Tensnake’s ‘Coma Cat’. Originally released in 2010, the record has continued to be a crowd pleaser and in the record box of DJs across the globe, liked for its old-school piano stabs, funky synth lines and hook.
Eli Escobar has just released, ‘Once I Was Young’ EP on his label Night People NYC. The release arrives as a mix of 11 deeper club tracks and ambient works – a much more leftfield side to his productions. The EP sees Eli continue to draw on the wider realms of his electronic influences.
UK-born and Belgian-based artist Kill Feed recently unveiled his third original production of the year, ’Toasty!’. Adding an unpredictable and ever-changing beat to his discography, he aims to extend the boundaries of his production style.
RAM and Susana have apparently always enjoyed an emotional studio connection and it’s one that goes back almost a decade to the their ‘RAMelia’. Their Tales Of Life collaborations though are held back for a certain vibe and style of track, and for the last one you need only look to 2020’s ‘You Are Enough’. In keeping with that, they now present ‘The Power Of Love’.