Danniel Selfmade has done pretty well on the Beatport Minimal Chart with his latest track “Last Tip“. It peaked at number 10, and has been described as Tech House with minimalist sounds. It is clear that “Last Tip” is easily the biggest underground hit Danniel Selfmade has had on the Beatport chart in recent months.
The ‘Last Tip’ EP is now available on Beatport, and you’ll also enjoy the playful and cheeky minimal track “All About”, which is included on this impressive release.
At present, Danniel is working in Tech House & Techno music and besides, he manages his own radioshow called INFAMOUS, in one of the most important radios throughout the country, called Vicious Radio.
For the last years, he has visited clubs in Mallorca, Ibiza, Germany, London, Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka. He has alsoo been in discos as Bcm, Pacha, Bora Bora, Privilege Ibiza, The Egg, Tresor Berlin, Rheingold, etc. In addition, a huge number of well-known DJs have charted him, and support him, for example: Richie Hawtin, Marco Carola or Stefano Noferini among others.
For the rest of the year, he will take the direction of a new sound with a personal style and electronic touch that it won’t make it unnoticed.
CAMARDA & Almero’s Bold Tech-House Single “Good Old Days” Via Protocol
CAMARDA & Almero are back on Protocol with “Good Old Days,“ a high-energy track with a distinctive Tech-House influence. Opening with a driving four-on-the-floor beat, the dynamic producers quickly employ a kickdrum-driven frenzy complete with funky, growling synths and distorted vocals; the track’s name is a nod to days gone by when packed dark dancefloors and crowded festival stages were every reveler’s weekend reality. “Good Old Days” will bring you right back to being under the lights of your favorite venue, dancing the night away; just press play. The track follows their “They Don’t Know” single and CAMARDA’s remix of Nicky Romero & Florian Picasso’s “Only For Your Love.”
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Founded by Nicky Romero, Protocol Recordings is one of the leading imprints for innovative House music; it boasts a roster of heavy-hitters complemented with immensely talented up-and-comers, all with a diverse range of sounds that are guaranteed to light up a dance floor. Among them are CAMARDA & Almero, who first debuted their tech-house sound on the label’s “Protocol Grooves Pt. 1” EP earlier this year alongside fellow artists Stefano Iezzi & Joe C, GIORG & Santez, Soulvation, Mosimann & VY•DA. They represent Protocol’s cutting-edge approach to cultivating a diverse sound with the distinctive, underground style. With the official release of “Good Old Days,” CAMARDA & Almero are making their presence known, so look out for more new music from them coming soon.
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Hear MALOV’s Original Track “Iron Eyes” And Get Immediately Hooked
October welcomes the deep driven techy beats from Chicago duo MALOV. Without a doubt, their first release “Iron Eyes” will please the underground electronic music community. Despite being fresh members of the global house landscape, this debut single has already surpassed 8K streams. In terms of originality, you’ll get hooked with their middle-eastern flair which creates sonically a mysterious atmosphere. They also rely on tribal drums, rugged basslines, and relentless groove. Here’s a masterpiece that will take over major festivals once the pandemic is under control.
Get into a trance and experience the unmistakable sound that Arvi and Alex have designed in the studio with great meticulousness. These creative minds have been playing together for over 5 years before actually forming MALOV. Interestingly, their personalities are full of boundless energy and that is reflected both in their performances and the upbeat productions. Great artists such as Above & Beyond, Chris Lake, Tycho, Franky Rizardo, and Martinez Brothers inspired them music-wise in their life. Stay tuned for more surprises!
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Keshav Bhardwaj aka Klipr Returns With A Hot New Tech-House Banger “Rotate”
The New Delhi based artist never ceases to amaze us with his absolute versatility. With his latest single “Rotate”, Keshav Bhardwaj aka Klipr brings a power-packed, heavy bass-driven Tech-House banger. The track starts buzzing as soon as you press play with the bassline slowly coming in. The catchy vocal shots combined with the intense synths and classic Tech-House drums move the track into an intense buildup and a drop that will be difficult to get out of your head for days. Klipr has definitely added another jaw-dropping cut in his discography with “Rotate”.
Keshav Bhardwaj aka Klipr, Founder of Streamin’ Music Group says: “I was looking forward to having some fun when I made ‘Rotate’. The idea was to create a track with an emphasis on the bassline and the sound design for the bass.”
Klipr is an up-and-coming electronic house and electro artist based out of New Delhi, India. Inspired by the international electronic music scene, Klipr makes music that captures the feelings of excitement and energy experienced at a music festival. With a passion for music and a unique drive to succeed, Klipr is sure to become one of the hottest new names in the electronic/house genre!
As Klipr continues to develop and mature as an artist, he continues to show signs of becoming one of the most promising new acts in the near future. Fans of Klipr can also get a taste of his music through his work as part of the DJ/Producer duo BlareMob. Working with his childhood friend Himanshu Chhabra, the duo also makes music in the electronic house and electro genres.
About Streamin’ Music Group
SMG, which was officially launched in India in May this year, was originally launched in 2018, with their base in Rotterdam, Netherlands. SMG is currently releasing music by Klipr, a solo project by Keshav Bhardwaj, and BlareMob a combined project by Keshav Bhardwaj and Himanshu Chhabra.
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Cityzen Unleashes Quarantine-Themed Debut EP “Be At Home”
After releasing several hard-hitting, dance floor ready new tracks this summer, Cityzen packages them up with something brand new as the release of his quarantine-themed “Be At Home” EP. The five-track collection features tracks that will get your feet moving in every way, including previous singles “Party Instruction,” “Rave Tech Repeat,” “Watch Me,” and “U Need More.” The mysterious producer also gives fans a brand new track to be excited about – “Insane,” a tech-house driven banger that perfectly suits the vibe of the EP. Delivering a bouncy, four-on-the-floor bassline and distorted vocals, “Insane” will make you dance no matter where you’re listening to it, which, these days, is likely at home. Cityzen made the “Be At Home” EP during the global pandemic to give listeners a dose of positivity in dark times, and we dare say he’s accomplished his mission.
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Although not much is known about Cityzen yet, we can be extremely positive about three noticeable attributes: his affinity for the color red, unique glasses, and his desire to give people the intense beats that one would imagine hearing on the metallic streets of a futuristic metropolitan. Perhaps Cityzen can live in the past and the future at the same time, giving him the ability to merge vintage hardware like Moog synthesizers with futuristic house rhythms of the modern age. His sound continues to evolve with every newly released track, from his debut single “Sirius” to the most recent “U Need More.” Cityzen is on the verge of something huge and previously unimagined – and all the world can do is wait. Armed with his sparkling glasses and affinity for the color red, Cityzen brings to life a crossover of old and new that will become the unique sound of the next generation.
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Marc Spence’s Unique EP, ‘Marshland’ Spans Underground Electronic Music
Marc Spence is one of the most talented producers based in Birmingham. His latest EP, ‘Marshland’ spans different genres and energies. With this in mind, lovers of underground electronic music will appreciate this unique 6-track material. There’s a hot variety of remixes ranging from Tech House, Techno and Acid House. Undoubtedly, he will satisfy the ravers’ tastes no matter what.
Likewise, this EP could serve as a potential club-ready weapon for DJs. Indeed, Marc is known for strengthening the DJing scene in his homeland. He has made a name for himself as a forward-thinking tech-bass representative, thanks to his eargasmic releases + international tours. ‘Marshland’ is the third release via LSA Records, and won’t be the last one, as the label is still on the mission to discover groundbreaking artists.
It’s worth mentioning, ‘Marshland’ would not have been possible without the collaboration of DJ/Producer Amo. Marc Spence and his pal create a super trippy sonic experience that is enhanced with a miscellany of upbeat versions remixed by up-and-coming indie producers from the London Sound Academy. In conclusion, this awesome production seems to be a modern take on the ravey classic sound that is sure to get you in the mood to dance like there’s no tomorrow.
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