Weekend Teaser (Week 42)

17.10.2014

We have a lot of releases every week and we don’t want you to miss out on any of them! That’s why we created this weekly overview with Soundcloud teasers of upcoming releases.You’ll be the first to hear them! All these releases are on iTunes pre-order now and will be available on all other download portals as well.

- Out on October 27

Lucky Charmes - Keep On Rockin
Dutch DJ & Producer Lucky Charmes joins the Flashover family with his electro house anthem Keep On Rockin. Keep On Rockin contains everything a dancefloor needs… big riff, big drop and a big bass! [Flashover Electro House]

Matt Bowdidge - Yamba
Matt Bowdidge is a name that should absolutely need no introduction, especially given his quick rise over the last 12 months. Tytanium Recordings is proud to be releasing his newest single, Yamba, named after where he comes from back in Australia. Melodic waves will ride right over you on this one; it's as emotional as it is powerful. Make sure you get on this one. [Tytanium Recordings] 

JES - High Glow (Remixes)
‘High Glow’, the name of JES’ second artist album and her very successful single from 2012, has received remix treatment by Sunny Lax and Ciaran McAuley, half of DJ and producer duo Walsh& McAuley. Whereas the Sunny Lax remix is a little more uplifting, the one by Ciaran McAuley has a slightly more driving beat. Both real additions to the original! [Magik Muzik]

First State featuring Quilla - Where You Are
You can definitely leave creating emotional progressive house tracks to First State who teamed up with Quilla and her subtle, unique vocals that match the sound of ‘Where You Are’ perfectly. The track also has an infectious beat, making it very suitable for a night out. [Magik Muzik]



Brian Laruso featuring Mila Falls - Could This Be Love
On his debut release for Magic Island Deep Records Brian Laruso showcases his diversity and skills as a producer when he teams up with singer/songwriter Mila Falls (U.K.) to drop a deep Balearic house tune! A delicate string, sweet vocals combined with a groovy bass gives the track that special flow. Three different remixes from No One 32, Billka and DiscoRiders comlete the package! [Magic Island Deep]

- Out on November 3 

Enzo Darren - Soukai
French progressive mastermind Enzo Darren returns to Flashover for a brand new single: Soukai. Blending his unique and energetic sound with a big and refreshing melody, Soukai is a sure thing for your peak-time sets. [Flashover Progressive House]

Blake Jarrell - Roaches (Remixes)
‘Roaches’ is a monster tune reminding the world what dance music is really all about. With a spooky and classic sample, preaching the gospel of the underground, ‘Roaches’ calls out for us to “Get Back To The Program”. Three months along the line the time has come for remixes. Both remixers poured their own style over the original. For the lovers of that tech house sound Dutchman Beauriche is the man. He gives Roaches a techy spin that suits the track very well. Mike Saint-Jules drops a brilliant trance remix, with a few tiny house elements as well which can definitely be called suitable for the dance floor. [Black Hole Recordings]

Robbie Rivera featuring Ana Criado - The Sound Of The Times
More than 4 years after the release of ‘The Sound of the Times’ and its Dance or Die remixes Robbie Rivera has taken the liberty to once again give his collaboration with Ana Criado a new remix makeover. Can this track get even more danceable? Yes it can! [Avanti]

Mark Sherry & Dr Willis - Here Come The Drums (Remixes)
Mark started to release solo projects on the legendary tech-trance label ‘Detox’ in 2004 with tracks like ‘Live & Learn’ and ‘Vengeance’. These were quickly followed up in 2005 in the form of a huge collab with his Australian DJ/producer friend Dr (David) Willis titled ‘Here Come the Drums’. This went on to be an underground tech anthem of massive proportions and to this day is still one of Mark’s biggest ever releases. We roll forward a decade and here we have the amazing  Sean Tyas & Harmonic Rush 2014 remixes, where both have brought this classic bang up to date with their own trademark sounds (but with a twist of course). On Mark’s request, Sean has made his mix a lot techier/harder than his normal sound (perfect for Outburst Records). Sean even says himself: ‘this remix qualifies as officially the hardest and dirtiest production I've ever done..it was good fun to make!’. Harmonic Rush has also ‘teched’ things up quite a bit for us too! The #TechTranceRevolution continues! [Outburst Records]  

Orkidea - Purity 
The latest Orkidea single on Pure Trance Recordings, with remixes by Sneijder, Nicholas Bennison and Peetu S. [Pure Trance Recordings]   

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