Pastlife - Anything [We Could Be]

Pastlife is back, and of course, he’s bringing with him some BIG time piano action on his new track ‘Anything (We Could Be)’. Catchy vocals dominate the build-up as a slow and steady piano lends into the momentum as a massive club and radio-friendly drop comes into play. Pastlife is...

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Joe Burger - Bad Decisions

Listening to Joe Burger's release on Gameroom is not a bad decision at all!

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The next In Search of Sunrise chapter has arrived!

Outta-nowhere, last year’s surprise ‘Sunrise’ caught the scene at large with a classic ‘gotcha’. Cloaked throughout its production, “the greatest trance series of them all” (MIXMAG) sprang back from the release wilderness. While it’d received a new triple DJ/mix reshape, what...

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Rich James - Stay

With over 300,000 monthly Spotify listeners, one of the brightest stars coming out of the UK, Rich James, makes his return to Gameroom Records with his new deep and groovy gem, Stay. James takes this groove to another planet with masterful layering, miraculous piano riffs and tremendous vocals...

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So here we are… and here it is. The culmination of a project that now comprises 27 pieces of music, delivered over a 3-album/4-year arc - all heralded by many a meaningful dot and dash. In the instant-hit world of today, its cyphered titles have been a premeditated move to provide an album bomb...

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BLK - Found A Way (Gameroom Records)

The latest Gameroom Records release is Found A Way by BLK.

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TaylorX - Something Special

The multitalented TaylorX rejoins the team here at Gameroom with a festival house smasher, Something Special, a track curated especially for the immense Amsterdam Dance Event. Much more upbeat than the normal Gameroom track, we turned this one up big time with crashing synths, raging basslines...

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Robert Nickson releases first longplayer Tellurian

Translating what the eyes see into what the ears hear when they scan the night sky has been an obsession of musicians as far back as Holst composing ‘The Planets’. Since, many within the electronic music province have tried to articulate the grandeur and enormity of the cosmos, but few - if...

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