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Bonobo picks up the ‘Fragments’ on his seventh LP

Sat, 01/15/2022 - 11:30
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After putting up mysterious billboards around the world in October to get fans guessing as to what he had up his sleeve, Bonobo has delivered his seventh studio album, Fragments. Led by the singles “Rosewood,” “Tides,” “Otomo,” “Shadows,” and “From You,” Fragments boasts a tracklist stitched together with crooning vocals and soft-textured production.

Arriving via Ninja Tune, Fragments kicks off with the glistening “Polyghost,” winding its way through harmonies and deep vocals, while serving as a welcome listen for those who have stuck with Bonobo throughout the years. Stream Fragments below.

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LP Giobbi takes a piano-focused approach to flip of DJ Rae, David Morales’ ‘Just Something I’m Going Through’

Sat, 01/15/2022 - 11:26
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Lauded for her ability to curate effervescent and vibrant instrumental beats, one of Dancing Astronaut’s Artists to Watch in 2022 LP Giobbi has delivered yet another evocative production, this one a rework of DJ Rae and David Morales‘ 2021 single, “Just Something I’m Going Through.” This latest cut follows her disco alignment with Born Dirty, “24.”

Adding buoyant piano-house to the emotive lyricism, Giobbi brings a bit of levity to the introspective track. Like many of her originals and remixes, the Deadhead producer, who was slated to perform at Dead and Company‘s Playing In The Sand festival in Tulum, Mexico, brings a sense of hope and optimism to her listeners’ world.

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Crystal Skies share last single of ‘Not Since When’ rollout, ‘Gone’ with MitiS and Linney

Sat, 01/15/2022 - 11:21
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Two worlds of melodic-bass collide when Crystal Skies and MitiS team up. “Gone” featuring Linney makes it a complete trilogy of collaborations between the two following “Wait” featuring Monika Santucci and “Forgotten,” from Lost, which was included among our top electronic albums of 2021. The Lost In Dreams-supported single features anthemic builds and melodic drops over smooth vocals from Linney. It’s as evenly split as a collaboration gets and is the last single from Crystal Skies’ debut album Not Since When, set to release on February 11.

Crystal Skies have become synonymous with Insomniac’s new melodically focused label Lost In Dreams. “Gone” marks their seventh release on the budding new label—the most of any artist on the label to date. MitiS is coming off a banner 2021 that saw the release of his Ophelia Records-backed album, Lost. “Gone” is his first release since his sophomore album.

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Burgeoning bass producer Leotrix links with Never Say Die for new four-track EP, ‘Reloaded’

Sat, 01/15/2022 - 10:45
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Electronic music talent has always consistently emanated out of Australia, and while he may one of the newer names to hail from down under, Leotrix may just prove to be the next big thing. With a steady track record of dubstep, electronica, and drum ‘n’ bass-inspired works already under his belt, the Sydney product is fittingly finding a home with bass powerhouse, Never Say Die, which hosts his latest EP.

Perhaps one of the strongest collective works to date from Leotrix, Reloaded is a four-track bass odyssey, though it isn’t just standard festival tent ammunition. The EP bops and hisses through a range of uniquely designed sonics, all coherently weaved together, evidently showcasing the producer’s quickly sharpening skills. Landing at an apt moment, when isolation continues to remain a prevalent struggle for many, Leotrix expressed,

“I hope that this EP works as a sound companion for those in isolation, or for those who feel trapped in the ever growing uncertainty of our world right now.”

A short, sweet, 13-minute runtime also suggests Leotrix is filing his work down with meticulous attention to detail, making it easy to blast through repeated run-throughs of Reloaded, and perhaps experience a little escapism with some of Leotrix’s strongest outings yet. Listen below.

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Insomniac shares Forbidden Kingdom lineup with Excision, Kayzo, Subtronics, and more

Sat, 01/15/2022 - 10:17
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Forbidden Kingdom is making its return with a stacked lineup slated to touch down at the Orlando Amphitheater at the Central Florida Fairgrounds later this year. The Insomniac festival’s 2022 edition will feature four new stages, with more than 100 artists billed and some surprised promised throughout the weekend. Taking place May 6 – 7, the bass-heavy festival highlights artists specializing in drum n’ bass, dubstep, and a range of other low-end sub-genres across a loaded lineup.

The phase one lineup features two sets from Excision, Deathpact, Dion Timmer, Eptic, G Jones, Getter and Space Laces sharing the decks, Kayzo, Riot Ten, Subtronics, Wooli, and many more. From Deathpact to Rusko, Craze to Barely Alive, Forbidden Kingdom is bringing something for headbangers of all types, pushing big bass in Florida later this spring.

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased here.

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SIDEPIECE offer up new hedonistic house cut, ‘Sextacy’

Sat, 01/15/2022 - 10:08
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“If only there was a song called ‘Sextacy’ that was coming out this month,” mused SIDEPIECE on social media when a fan mentioned that they couldn’t get the tune, nameless at the time, out of their head. Party Favor and Nitti Gritti heard the people’s cries—seven days later, the lustful house cut hath arrived.

Dispatched via Parlophone Records and Full Frequency Range Recordings, “Sextacy” is now streaming on all platforms. The tune arrives just under a month before SIDEPIECE’s first “Kiss And Tell” show at Showbox SoDo in Seattle on February 11. With only four dates and some undisclosed “special guests,” expect the “Kiss And Tell” tour to leave lasting impressions on those fortunate enough to attend. After their show in Seattle, the “Acrobatic” duo will then bring the tech-house heat to the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, a secret location in Brooklyn, NY, and finally, the Ogden Theater in Denver.

Wearing its name on its sleeve, “Sextacy” is just that—a sweaty club thumper thats designed to turn dance floors into sweat lodges. Tune in to the latest hedonistic house cut from SIDEPIECE below, and expect a lot more of where “Sextacy” came from out on the road.


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Apple Music mints new fitness mix series with Aluna, Loud Luxury, Valentino Khan, and more

Sat, 01/15/2022 - 10:01
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Apple Music is capitalizing on its DJ mix capabilities, offering the “new year, new you” crowd a proper soundtrack for getting back in shape this year. Following a batch of New Year’s Eve mixes from some of the best in the industry, including two of Dancing Astronaut‘s Artists To Watch in 2022, Fred again.. and LP Giobbi, the streaming titan has now stepped up to bat with a fitness-focused mix series with a grip of exciting participants.

Broken up into four fitness subcategories, Ride, Run, Gym, and Yoga, the separate mixes are easy to navigate for specific potential workouts in mind. Aluna has curated the Ride subcategory which features a relaxed build up to 90-BPM and tracks that will carry one through the latter part of the work out. Loud Luxury, crafting Run, gift listeners with an upbeat collection of tracks that, according to the duo, “keep you on pace so you’re never getting bored but also not losing all of your energy on one song.” The gym-centric mix, taken over by Valentino Khan, boasts intense hip-hop and house tracks alongside his own vibrant outings. Finally, Above & Beyond were fittingly entrusted with the yoga portion of the series, taking the listener through a vinyasa flow practice, commenting, “That’s always been the goal with our ‘Flow State’ albums and mixes. We try to structure our mindfulness mixes with a smaller, intimate opening before stretching out to more string-based records.”

For a one-of-a-kind exercise experience, check out the varying mixes on Apple Music.

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Wooli partners with 48-piece orchestra for conversion of Codeko, Casey Cook-assisted ‘Crazy’

Fri, 01/14/2022 - 12:33
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One strings-focused release begets another on Dancing Astronaut‘s 2021 Label of the Year, Ophelia Records. After realizing one strings-centric release, Opus, on December 23, 2021, Seven Lions‘ record label is now sheparding another to streaming platforms—an orchestral conversion of Wooli‘s lead Resurrection single, “Crazy.”

Fashioned with the expertise of a 48-piece orchestra and two conductors, the strings-led recasting taps into a deeper emotive layer of the Codeko and Casey Cook-aided outing. The orchestral companion to “Crazy” notably takes an audio-visual format, arriving in tandem with a video shot at Los Angeles’ EastWest Studios in the middle of the COVID-19 quarantine. The visual, available below, adds to the impact of Wooli’s debut EP on Ophelia Records.

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PINEO & LOEB Team Up with Sparkee & Viiq for pop house single ‘Attached 2 U.’

Fri, 01/14/2022 - 10:15
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Pop house producers PINEO & LOEB are back with a new release – “Attached 2 U,” that finds the duo teaming up with fellow Canadian producer Sparkee and vocalist Viiq. The single is the perfect mixture of house music and pop, opening with heartfelt vocals and groovy, upbeat melodies that waste no time sinking their hooks in. What started as a downtempo record, quickly blossomed into something quite different when Viiq records her vocals. The result breathes a whole new feel and life to the original instrumental and subtly nods to Prince’s “2 U” while the foursome explore the emotional pushes and pulls of a relationship at the end of its rope.

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Krewella Experiment With Hardstyle On ‘No Control’

Fri, 01/14/2022 - 09:57
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The Krewella comeback continues, this time harder and faster than ever before. The sisters team up with LA-based bass phenom MADGRRL for a raucous hardstyle hitter aptly named “No Control.” A far cry away from the emotive deep house and pop on “Never Been Hurt,” this one establishes a take no prisoners style from the start. Built on the foundation of boisterous bit of Melbournce bounce and frenetic hardstyle influence, the sisters and their newfound collaborator create a rhytmic yet chaotic experience that truly lives up to its name. One of the hardest hitting singles ever released by Krewella, “No Control” is a battle cry for the chaos we’ve all been craving for over a decade since they burst onto the scene.

It’s been years since we’ve made a track like this – dipping into our career-long love of hardstyle and heavy bass music, we wrote and produced this song to articulate the burgeoning chaos we’ve been craving since having a lack of human contact and indulgent experiences during the pandemic. We tapped MADGRRL, whom we’ve known for almost 10 years, and has been making some of our favorite heavy dance tracks lately to help take this one to another level of wild.” – Krewella

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Excision reinforces bass legacy with heavy-hitter LP, ‘Onyx’

Fri, 01/14/2022 - 09:00
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Excision‘s newest album has finally arrived via Subsidia, and it carries the heavy bass and ear-shattering rhythms that all his fans know and love. Onyx listeners back through time to the lands of early humans and a wild Earth, each blistering moment building upon the last.

Enlisting the likes of Hairitage, Sullivan King, Dion Timmer, Donna Tella, Sarah de Warren, Kai Wachi, Kompany, Alexis Donn, and Natalie Major, Onyx highlights much of the Excision-run record label’s top talents. Timmer joins the Dubstep Don for three of the album’s 17 tracks, lending his talents to “End Of The World,” “Encounter,” and “Salvation.”

Carrying sweet melodies and absolutely earth-shaking beats, Onyx continues on Excision’s undeniable legacy as one of bass music’s most prominent driving force. Stream it below.

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Burial resurfaces with new Hyperdub EP—stream ‘Antidawn’

Fri, 01/14/2022 - 08:45
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Creeping back into the scene with haunting conviction, Burial has finally gifted fans his long awaited EP, Antidawn. Severing his sound from his well-established roots in UK garage and reggae dubstep persuasion, the venerated producer has gone a vastly different route—one that can only be described as stunningly dissociative.

Beginning with intricately produced crackling that seeps into the listener’s ear, Antidawn slinks in with an ambient dexterity, leading into eerie vocals for the first track, an 11-minute voyage across what has been depicted as “no man’s land.” Each sonic excursion takes the listener on a journey through piercing isolation, averaging about nine minutes per song.

The long-awaited project follows 2020’s two-track EP Chemz / Dolphinz, departing from the endeavor’s vibrating UK hardcore palette and introducing a side of Burial that fans will undoubtedly sink their teeth into, one expertly crafted conquest at a time.

Pre-order the vinyl or CD editions via Bandcamp for their January 28 release. In the meantime, immerse yourself below.

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Tchami, AC Slater jumpstart label tour with 10-track compilation, ‘Confession X Night Bass: The Album’

Fri, 01/14/2022 - 08:00
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Tchami and AC Slater co-directing a label tour was one thing, but pulling together the finest names from both the Confession and Night Bass talent pools for an all-original compilation is something completely different. In fitting celebration of the 11-stop Confession vs Nightbass campaign’s opening night in Denver, the two label bosses rounded up the very names that are set to join them across the coming weeks for a project that the house music world could have only conjure up in its dreams.

Confession X Night Bass: The Album‘s opening sequence couldn’t be piloted by anyone other than Tchami and AC Slater themselves, calling in Kate Wild—who just shared a title with the latter on “Green Light“—for “Only One” that serves as reunion between the two house greats more than a half-decade removed from 2015’s “Missing You.” The co-chaired label venture simply piles on the house magic on from there, with Marten Hørger and BRANDON linking up on “Let’s Try It,” followed by Blossom, BIJOU and Rick Hyde, Nostalgix, Shift K3Y, Capozzi, Masteria, Taiki Nulight, and ultimately capping off with Habstrakt’s bass house undertaking of Tchami and Stacy Barthe’s future house classic, “After Life.”

Prepare for one of 2022’s must-see tours with the full compilation below and purchase tickets to witness it in action here.

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Lane 8 previews ‘Reviver’ one last time on first of two Solomon Grey reunions, ‘Automatic’

Fri, 01/14/2022 - 08:00
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The single-day countdown until Reviver is on and with Lane 8’s fourth album now a near shot, he opted to give a fourth and final preview of what’s to come later this month. Just a week removed from his year-opening winter mixtape and handful of hours following his Coachella lineup placement, Lane 8 has recalled British singer-songwriter duo Solomon Grey to surrender “Automatic” as one of two looming crossovers on Reviver.

Identical to fellow Reviver contributor Arctic Lake, Solomon Grey have crossed paths with Lane 8 a couple of times before—on both “Hot As You Want” and “Diamonds“—and are set to back a pair of productions on the This Never Happened founder’s newest LP. “Automatic”—otherwise known as ID4 from Lane 8’s “Winter 2021 Mixtape”—diversifies the dancefloor-driven mindset of Reviver for a fourth successive time, stunningly complimenting Lane 8 and Solomon Grey’s respective production and lyrical synergy and joining “Nuclear Lethargy,” “What Have You Done To Me?” and the album’s title track to reaffirm the sheer excitement everyone has for January 21.

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Subtronics’ debut record ‘Fractals’ makes its landing

Fri, 01/14/2022 - 07:00
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When Subtronics announced that he would be releasing his debut LP Fractals, the producer promised that the record would see him taking his music in a new direction. And while two of the first singles saw him building upon his already-established style as he blended his skills with GRiZ and Zeds Dead for “GRiZTRONICS II (Another Level)” and “Gassed Up” respectively, it was the album’s third single, “Spacetime” featuring NEVVE that saw him truly exploring different sonic territories.

Opening up the record with “O.P.U.S.,” Subtronics makes it clear that Fractals will see him expanding outside of his signature riddim-filled expertise and into some softer melodies. Speaking on how he made the track in just one sitting, Subtronics said in a statement,

“I have no idea what happened. I was at my desk, hitting keys aimlessly while exploring Kontakt libraries and it brought me so much joy. Very meditative. I hope it feels as powerful emotionally for everyone else as it does for me when I hear it. Closing my eyes and turning the intro up full volume always teleports me back to where I was when I started to aimlessly play with chords during the lockdown in 2020.”

While tracks such as “Cabin Fever” carry much of the heavy weight and vibe-riddled sound that he first rose to fame from, others instead pull those sounds to create an entirely new style. To honor his sold-out show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Subtronics also created the track “Cyclops Rocks.”

“This one is special to me because it sums up a huge part of my signature sound — belligerently loud, lots of beep boops in a melodic way—and also fits with the rest of the album,” he said in a statement.

Other songs such as “Open Your Mind” both bring forth soothing top lines and wonky beats, creating a unique experience for listeners. Fractals carries enough of Subtronics’ familiar sound that his fans know and love while also diversifying his existing palate. His team-up with Grabbitz, “Into Pieces” highlights that dichotomy with Subtronics slowing his sound down to match up with Grabbitz’s vocals.

“Grabbitz is absolutely unreal,” Subtronics said in a statement.

“I couldn’t believe it when I first heard these vocals… I put a huge emotional effort into writing an intro that fit with the rest of the album and captured the theatrical, cinematic, emotional feeling. Before I got the vocals, it felt incomplete, and once I heard it with them, my jaw dropped. The last drop is super special to me because I’ve been writing a lot of heavy, long note, rip-your-face-off music, but I have never done so at this tempo. I don’t even think I have heard anyone else do so at 85 BPM.”

Stream Fractals below.

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Gabry Ponte, R3HAB, Timmy Trumpet give turbulent take on Blondie’s 1980 hit ‘Call Me’

Fri, 01/14/2022 - 06:31
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Once a member of the iconic 90’s outfit Eiffel 65, Gabry Ponte has had a long and illustrious career, however, looking at his recent surging success, it seems like the Italian hitmaker’s best days are still ahead of him. Ponte kicks off 2022 alongside two of dance music’s finest, bringing in R3HAB and Timmy Trumpet for a turbulent electro rendition of Blondie‘s 1980 smash, “Call Me.”

More than 30 years after the original’s release, Gabry Ponte, R3HAB, and Timmy Trumpet’s “Call Me” feels as fresh as ever. Pitched up vocals, electro triplets, and a scathing 140+ beats per minute make the new release a prime candidate for everything from the club to a workout playlist.

This isn’t the first time that Gabry Ponte has crossed paths with either R3HAB or Timmy Trumpet. Just last year, Gabry and R3HAB joined for the release of “The Portrait (Ooh La La),” and was featured on the title track of Timmy Trumpet’s Mad World LP just a year prior. Listen to the three dance titans’ latest track, “Call Me” below.

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Pete Tong delivers ‘Age of Love (ARTBAT Rave Mix)’

Thu, 01/13/2022 - 13:17
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2021 saw the prodigious release of Pete Tong + Friends: Ibiza Classics, primarily featuring English conductor and composer Jules Buckley. Tong now enters the new year with a re-release of one of the compilation’s most notable joint works, “Age of Love,” co-produced by Ukrainian techno duo ARTBAT. The reissue (via Ministry of Sound) arrives with a shorter-length edit of the original record paired with a revitalized “Rave Mix.”

Last year, Tong relished in his excitement regarding the collaborative project, suggesting that it took his Ibiza Classics series “to the next level.” Well, the BBC Radio executive has extended the half-life of the album with “Age of Love (ARTBAT Rave Mix),” which landed alongside a psychedelic new visualizer on January 7.

Having executed a series of “Ibiza Classics Live” concerts with Jules Buckley and The Heritage Orchestra in the final two months of 2021, Tong has also cemented eight new dates for 2022’s year’s end. Browse tickets to the upcoming shows here and watch the “Age of Love (ARTBAT Rave Mix)” official visualizer below.

‘Age Of Love’ our @IbizaClassics_ collaboration with @artbatmusic is now available as a single and on the new #PeteTongAndFriends EP: https://t.co/E12xFJyyBd
Here’s how it sounded when we played it out on the December tour at The O2 Arena, London???? pic.twitter.com/LwUe2nSRXJ

— Pete Tong mbe (@petetong) January 11, 2022

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Supertaste, Sasha Rome ready disco revision of QRTR’s ‘Blame Me’

Thu, 01/13/2022 - 13:14
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Douse QRTR’s “Blame Me” in disco, and at the intersection of texture and groove, you’ll find Supertaste and Sasha Rome standing behind an alteration threaded with funk-ridden string riffs. In a tangle of dance-worthy drum work, synths that won’t soon leave a listener’s head, and an anchoring bassline, “Blame Me” undergoes a contemporary disco-flavored revision that refashions the viscous original, newly lending it to head bobbing without overpowering the distinguishing facets of QRTR and Daniel de Lara’s outing.

Supertaste call “Blame Me” the product of “fluid and natural” collaborative interplay with Sasha Rome, an indie-disco sound spinner who closed out 2021 alongside Bonsai Collective on November’s “Taking Me For Granted.” Unified not only by their location—both Supertaste and Sasha Rome are based in New York—but also by their shared penchant for disco, the acts synergistically align on a polished version that takes the energy of a disco ball-bedecked dance setting and tempers it for a lazy afternoon spent rinsing sounds.

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Francis VI enlists Blest Jones for progressive house gem, ‘Burning Up’

Thu, 01/13/2022 - 12:40
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Burgeoning electronic producer Francis VI has exemplified great promise during his formative years in the dance music space. With both official remixes and original cuts individually boasting hundreds of thousands of plays on Spotify, the Pennsylvania native now offers his first progressive house single of 2022. “Burning Up” features Mickey Valen-collaborator Blest Jones, whose impassioned topline seamlessly parallels Francis’ consummate sound design. The unabated offering marks Francis and Jones’ third historical collaboration, but “Burning Up” assuredly raises the bar—by more than just a few notches. Stream Francis VI’s “Burning Up,” featuring Blest Jones, below.

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Cloverdale, DJ Susan’s ‘TALKIN’ debuts on Beatport Top 10

Thu, 01/13/2022 - 12:40
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Co-produced by tech-house aficionados Cloverdale and DJ Susan, “TALKIN” marks the first label crossover between Hood Politics Records and Cloverdale’s audio-visual imprint, VIBRANCY. Released on January 7, the joint work swiftly landed a coveted spot on Beatport’s Top 10 bass house tracks during its debut weekend.

“BOOM! Top 10 gang…[‘TALKIN’] is the biggest release to date. So much love; thank you guys for supporting [the song]. Let’s run it [to] number one!,” Cloverdale stated on an Instagram story.

Tech-house fans will undoubtedly be “TALKIN” about the new release for many months to come, and it’s not too late to join the hype. Stream Cloverdale and DJ Susan’s first work of 2022 below.

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