We are back with our EDM Mania, Volume #4. Check out the full tracks and reviews below!
Nicky Romero x Nico Santos x Jonas Blue | “All You Need Is Love”
Nicky Romero returns to Virgin Records/Universal Music with his infectious dance-pop crossover single “All You Need Is Love,” a collaboration with dance-pop sensation Jonas Blue and acclaimed singer-producer Nico Santos. With these three industry powerhouses joining forces, expectations are high, and the song unquestionably delivers. As the track progresses, it builds to a climactic and euphoric chorus, featuring heartfelt vocals, organic melodies, and a progressive sound. Santos’s captivating performance brings the lyrics of hope to life, while Romero and Blue’s production skills expertly blend elements of electronic and pop music. Don’t forget to add this gem to your playlists.
Cash Cash | “Bleach (Move On)”
Following their release in January with the track “Anyway” featuring RuthAnne, Cash Cash, the platinum trio, has returned after a nearly two-year break with their latest single, “Bleach (move on)”. This deeply personal and yet optimistic song showcases the group’s ability to blend emo-alt and electronic dance music into a seamless fusion. With heartfelt, anguished vocals that delve into themes of mental health, “Bleach (move on)” initially evokes the nostalgic vibes of early 2000s alt-pop. However, Cash Cash swiftly infuses their signature sound, incorporating an energetic and progressive style in the chorus and interludes. Don’t forget to include this track in your playlists.
Bhaskar | “Think It’s Just Enough”
Brazilian musical virtuoso Bhaskar returns with another infectious yet haunting and propulsive progressive track, this time titled “Think It’s Just Enough.” Now available on his own esteemed label CONTROVERSIA, the song captivates from the start with its memorable vocal riff, accompanied by rhythmic, tech-house-infused melodies that create a hypnotic and funky ambiance for this sonic expedition. Unveiling its darker essence with deep undertones and pulsating synths, “Think It’s Just Enough” becomes an ideal anthem for those nocturnal hours and peak moments on the dance floor. Be sure to include this gem in your playlists.
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