Consistency is crucial to the success of any project, and Deltiimo puts it into action. The experienced producer Gary Louca and Holland’s amazing Bradon Grobler team up again with the brilliant vocalist Lisa. These creative minds just dropped the Future Bass ballad “Footprints In The Snow”. Interestingly, this release comes in the form of a lyric video, which makes reference to the current holiday. Furthermore, they naturally invite listeners to sing along to the tune at home or in a karaoke bar. It’s very gratifying that artists like Deltiimo and his colleagues bring back the festive spirit to our lives. Do not forget to stream this great piece of music above!
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Codeko Arrives On Ophelia Records With “Sad Reality” Ft. Casey Cook
As he continues to solidify his status in the Dance music realm, Codeko returns with a new single “Sad Reality.” Featuring LA-based songstress Casey Cook, listeners will be offered a moment of vulnerability and self-reflection as the UK-native coins his first solo release on Ophelia Records.
In just a few years, Ed Clark, known as Codeko, has worked alongside some of the biggest names in electronic music to build an impressive discography of original works, collaborations, and remixes featuring The Chainsmokers, Oliver Heldens, Adventure Club, Tritonal, Wooli, and Charlie Puth.
After a previous collaboration on the song “Crazy”, Codeko and Casey Cook teamed up once again on “Sad Reality”. Inspired by personal trials and tribulations, Cook delivers an emotive performance as she voices the heartbroken in their latest stint as collaborators. “These lyrics are autobiographical and came pouring out when I was nearing the end with my ex,” says Cook.
Known for her captivating melodies and honest storytelling, Casey Cook beautifully applies her vocal prowess on the melodic bass single. Accompanied by an alluring guitar riff and wide soundscapes, Codeko perfectly transcribes Cook’s lyrics into a dreamy and anthemic production.
“‘Sad reality’ is one of those songs that came together incredibly quickly – once I heard Casey’s vocals I sat down with a guitar it just clicked, and a few hours later I recorded the basis for the entire song. The verse guitar harmonies create the ‘bittersweet’ I wanted, and the synth-heavy drop provides the energy. It took a bit more work to get the two elements to blend together cohesively, but the end result is a track I’m very fond of,” — Codeko
Making an emphatic return to Ophelia Records since the release of “Crazy” with Wooli. “Sad Reality” marks the arrival of Codeko on the independent dance music label, founded by DJ/Producer Seven Lions. Since its inception, the imprint has added over 100 releases to its discography and championed one of the most talented rosters within dance music. Now home to the English DJ/Producer, Codeko is continuing to set himself apart by reimagining old and modern sounds to make it his own.
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Adventure Club Links Up With BEAUZ & Tilian For “Drive”
Considered to be one of the forefathers of melodic Dubstep, Adventure Club, are releasing a new single that will give fans a taste of what’s to come on their upcoming album. Adventure Club’s latest track, “Drive,” is out now via Ultra Music.
Adventure Club fans have been eagerly awaiting the arrival of an album from the Canadian duo for five years. Though the group faced a series of delays and setbacks, they are excited to finally be releasing their sophomore album, Love // Chaos. The LP highlights the fire and energy Adventure Club fans have grown to love since the duo first emerged as leaders in the dance music industry.
“Drive” is a three-minute track that features melodic vocals delivered by Tilian Pearson from the Sacramento-based band Dance Gavin Dance. The track combines Tilian’s distinct vocals with an ethereal and energetic electronic track that uplifts listeners while showcasing Adventure Club’s signature synth drops and melodic bass.
“We’re so happy to have embarked and completed this musical journey. Beauz has been breaking incredible genre-defying ground, and Tilian has been one of our favorite artists for as long as we can remember. I think everyone will be able to hear each artists distinct contributions to what is probably our favorite track on the upcoming album.” – Adventure Club
It’s clear that Leighton James and Christian Srigley, the two artists behind Adventure Club, haven’t lost their knack for producing cutting-edge dance tracks. “Drive” is just another example of Adventure Club’s expertise in the dance music space, and will surely help propel the duo to their rightful spot atop the dance music industry once again.
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Adventure Club Preview Forthcoming Album With Single “Here” — LISTEN
As we eagerly await the arrival of Adventure Club’s forthcoming album, the Canadian duo offers another preview with the release of the new single “Here.” The melodic bass tune is available on all streaming platforms now via Ultra Music.
Many artists have helped shape and influence dance music over the years, but few have remained as influential as Adventure Club. In 2020, Adventure Club announced their forthcoming album and released a plethora of singles that brought along talents such as Yuna, Said The Sky, Nurko, Dia Frampton, and HALIENE, leaving fans anxiously awaiting the LP’s full release.
Filtered with vocal chops and sharp saw waves, Adventure Club showcase their best with new single “Here.” Rekindling their passion for electronic music, fans of yesterday and today will be able to appreciate Adventure Club’s return to the spotlight. Taking center stage with new and exciting music, the forefathers of melodic bass are rightfully claiming their throne with this current slew of singles. “Here” presents a stunning topline and vocal work that offers listeners a pleasant escape from reality. Drowned in ambient guitar plucks, “Here” is an emotive Future Bass cut that tears at the heartstrings. Serenading their fans through heartbreak and peace, Adventure Club continues to gear up for their most anticipated studio project in over 5 years.