Los Angeles-based artist Sad Money makes his debut as a solo artist with his new single “Le Freek” on Ultra Records, and we can bet you’ll be hearing it in sets around the globe this party season. With its groovy four-by-four bassline, kick drums and catchy vocal sampling, Sad Money delivers a minimalistic Tech House track with both street cred and underground appeal. “Le Freek” is reminiscent of the House and Techno sounds from artists like Black Coffee, Tiga, and Fur Coat, infused with Money’s own unique and urban style. Press play on this fresh new track and let your freak flag fly on the dance floor.
“‘Le Freek’ is the feeling of pure energy I get when I’m in a flow state of not caring what anyone thinks.” – Sad Money
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Mikhail Beltran, aka Sad Money, is a real triple threat in the world of music production. As a writer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist, Beltran’s experience as an artist allows him to bring a simplistic sophistication to his groovy house-and-techno inspired sound. After working with top-tier talent like Sabrina Claudio, Khalid, Pink Sweats, Chloe & Halle, The Martinez Brothers and more, Money just launched his solo career on famed Ultra Records with “Le Freek.” Stay tuned for upcoming new music from Sad Money that will shake dancefloors and keep fans begging for more!
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Fried Man Releases A Unique Tech House EP For Your Delight!
ArcTown label owner Fried Man proudly presents his first Tech House EP of 2021. Enjoy pretty varying sounds on ‘Music Is,‘ a material that reflects the uniqueness of amazing collaborations. Hailing from Tel Aviv, the innovative producer kicks off things with techier beats. Its proper groovy foundation and the constant baseline will keep your feet moving. The fun continues with a remix from Azdor whose tribal drums add an exotic feel to it. Certainly, he provides a riveting contrast to the original in order to warm up listeners’ souls.
Staghorns goes Lo-Fi House on “Music Is.” The direction of this specific remix is something out of the ordinary. Somehow, you’ll end up loving the oriental-esque melodic pattern. Finally, the last version is tweaked by Malik who takes you into a journey of trippy/minimal rhythms. As the temperature is on a steady rise, at this point is impossible to leave the dance floor.
Without fail, this one-of-a-kind EP earns Fried Man the title of the new king of the underground!
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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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