In the warm, languid days of summer, all that’s really needed to find bliss is a nearby body of water, a cold drink, and of course some melodic house. Lulleaux knows this better than anyone, as demonstrated by his summer anthem “Fade into the Sun”, the perfect track to your sunny-weather festivities. Now Lulleaux’s masterpiece has been given fresh new takes by Hibell and Ben Dooks, two names you might not recognize but need to become familiar with. The student-turned-producer Hibell‘s version is an upbeat, dancey crowd-pleaser that could easily be mixed into more progressive sets, so get ready to hear this played at your next big event. The versatile UK producer Ben Dooks has made it his mission to bring piano-driven tracks to the forefront of electronic music, and his take on “Fade into the Sun” dominates on the instrumental front, giving the impression that it could almost be played live. No matter what the mood, one of the “Fade Into the Sun” renditions will be on repeat this season!
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While other genres call to mind the sinister, dark basements of techno clubs or aggressive mainstage extravaganzas, melodic house is all about the good vibes. Lulleaux, Hibell, and Ben Dooks are all among the breezy genre’s need-to-know rising talent. When listening to his effortless mixes, it’s hard to believe Lulleaux was a law school graduate before surrendering to the beat. He first gained the attention of melodic house kings like Kygo with his remix of Anna Graceman‘s “Words”, and has since collaborated on tracks with Sam Feldt, Benny Benassi, and FDVM. The “Fade Into the Sun” remix package is being released on Dirty Soul Records, which all three artists call home.