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Edouard And Me Unveils Club-Friendly Melodies With First EP

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Edouard And Me left classical music aside to become an electronic music producer. The French artist takes advantage of his twenty years of experience at the conservatory and adapts his compositions for an underground audience. With club-friendly melodies, he takes the first step under the alias of Edouard And Me. However, his wide experience in music is certainly nothing new. Although it seems contradictory, he is one of the founders of the Parisian Electro Pop duo Employee Of The Year.

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Returning to the subject of the review, Tech House is part of his transition on this two-track EP. Starting with “Drakkar”, he offers a deep atmospheric piece full of dark vibes. DJs should take note of, and play this tune during those endless nights. But perhaps my personal favorite is the next one, entitled “Easy”. Without a doubt, groove-driven elements and sexy vocals will keep the energy levels high anywhere. Stay tuned to discover the new facets of Edouard.

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Discover Cityzen’s New Fusion Of UK Garage/Tech House, “U Need More”

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is back with another brand new, party-ready track “U Need More”, out now on R3HAB’s CYB3RPVNK label. True to form, the mysterious bespectacled producer delivers a kick-drum focused, UK Garage/Tech House influenced track complemented by groovy, deep synths, and distorted vocals. The result is slightly reminiscent of ZHU with a grimier edge, suited to getting down in dark basements (even if it’s just your own) or simply grooving to with the lights off. “U Need More” falls in line with Cityzen’s recent tracks “Party Instruction” and “Watch Me,” all of which feature dark house sounds and driving basslines. Press play on this new sonic gem and let Cityzen blast away your quarantine blues!

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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 previous “Party Instruction” and now “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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Listen To Cityzen’s New Tech-House Bomb “Party Instruction”

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Even if the clubs are closed right now, Cityzen always knows how to heat things up. His new single “Party Instruction” is the newest example of his prowess, and its name speaks for itself. He builds anticipation with a driving, tech-house bassline complemented with mechanical synths and a distorted, female voice that gives listeners a play-by-play on just how they should get ready to rave. Let go of all your inhibitions as Cityzen makes you lose control with “Party Instruction.” The new single follows May’s “Watch Me,” his first track of 2020 on R3HAB’s CYB3RPVNK. Stay tuned for more music from this mysterious, bespectacled talent coming soon!

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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 previous “Watch Me” and now “Party Instruction.” 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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This EP Features Infectious Tech-House Elements! ‘Leviathan’ By El Brujo

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This EP Features Infectious Tech-House Elements! 'Leviathan' By El Brujo
These tracks from El Brujo are fresh from the oven! His new EP, ‘Leviathan’ features infectious Tech-House elements that will make your DJ sets splendid. Inspired by rave parties, the eclectic producer hits all the right melodies on “Leviathan” and “The Jolly Roger” as they’re packed with groovy drums and complex sonic layers. So, put on your headphones and close your eyes. You’ll immediately notice there’s something hypnotic and dark that puts El Brujo and Diac Immortal Records at the forefront of the electronic music scene. The label has earned its reputation for dropping high-quality material for underground clubs and festivals. Stream in full below via Spotify.

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Baddies Only’s Hedonistic Lifestyle, Throws Back To His 1st Rave With “I Need You”

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American DJ and producer Baddies Only just dropped his third single “I Need You”, a modern club banger with a nostalgic element. The track delivers tech-house influenced style, incorporating a bouncy bassline paired with symbols and other instrumentals to create a high-energy sound born for sinister club parties. The catchy vocal riff in “I Need You” may sound familiar to fans of Steve Angello’s side-peoject Mescal Kid; Baddies Only first heard the vocal during Angello’s set when he first began going to shows, and he’d been waiting to use it in his own track ever since. Check out what he has to say about “I Need You” below:

“About 8-9 years ago, I heard this female vocal sample – “I Need You,” in a Steve Angello’s mix from an artist named Mescal Kid (which ended up being Steve’s alter-ego). It was so memorable because I was at that age when I just started going to concerts and meeting the baddest girls, dancing and partying with them, so my passion and excitement was on overload. I told myself I had to wait for the perfect song to bring the sample back to life and capture that euphoric, nostalgic feeling. We all can trace back to our first or second show/concert where the music and scene really enthralled us. I bring that energy and passion that ignited my love for house music” – Baddies Only

Los Angeles-based newcomer Baddies Only has already made a name for himself in the party circuit; he’s played at clubs and festival destinations around the world, including Mykonos, St. Tropez, Miami, Dubai, Los Angeles and more. His high-energy sound is made for hedonistic indulgences in the form of Club Bad, a concept he has built his brand around. Follow him on Instagram and Facebook to see what he’s up to next!

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Kyle Johannessen Induces You On A State Of Joy With “You Make Me”

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Tech House lovers must pay attention to the latest single from Kyle Johannessen, entitled “You Make Me”. The British producer shows no signs of stopping. On this occasion, he delivers punchy drums, hi-hats, chopped-up diva vocals, four-to-the-floor beats, and many other elements that are sure to cause a stir in the dancefloor.

While it is true many festivals and club parties are canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this is an upbeat track that will help you forget your troubles. You can even use it for workout or fitness sessions at home. Once again he demonstrates his passion for techy sounds. Most importantly, it induces a state of joy on listeners in mere seconds.

“You Make Me” has been supported by BBC Radio, Kiss FM, and James HYPE. Not for nothing, Kyle reached the Beatport Top 100 Tech House chart, taking his music on an international level. Without further ado, this cut is 100% recommended. Stream in full below.

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