teamed up with and Feli Ferraro on the intense new track “I Can’t Escape,” out now on . The track tells the tale a tortured mind through the juxtaposition soothing, emotive piano melodies paired with stabbing basslines and serrated synths.
SLANDER spoke with Dancing Astronaut about “I Can’t Escape,” which they have been teasing for months leading up to the full release.
The drop is, for all intents and purposes, manufactured for heavy-hitting festival sets with its commanding dubstep chords. SLANDER is known to produce both emotive commercial house and bass-heavy releases, and “I Can’t Escape” is a great example their ability to merge these two seemingly different genres into a dynamic track.
The duo just wrapped up their Superhuman tour, and fans can expect more releases now that they are back in the studio creating new releases for 2018.
London producer is making waves in the global house sphere. Releases such as “Fever” and remixes ‘s “In for the Kill” and S-Man’s “Intimidating Love” have bolstered the 23 year old producer’s recognition, and he’s on pace to make waves in 2018 through an entirely distinct sonic landscape.
With support from the likes and , the young producer heads into the year blazing with “Gunna Be Mine,” a disco influenced tech house ballad that moves and grooves in mercurial fashion. It’s a departure from his previous body work, but an inviting one at that. The track encapsulates the modern tech house sound with its own vigor and stylistic touch, and raises expectations for Endor in 2018.
Sunny Lax- So Long/Obsydian
Anjunabeats fans, you’re going to love these. Sunny Lax, fresh f this week’s Anjunabeats Worldwide session, sees the release two signature progressive tracks called ‘So Long’ and ‘Obsydian’. Sunny Lax shows no signs slowing down in 2018.
At Insomniac’s Dreamstate SoCal, you’ll remember the insane amount uplifting euphoria at Sunny Lax’s set. The ‘‘ maestro follows up his masterpiece with two incredible tracks. The first, ‘So Long’, starts f with an aggressive bass line that you won’t help but nod your head to. At a minute and a half, the chills run up your neck spurred by the melodic energy his synthesizers. This is truly one Sunny Lax’s best tracks.
Flowing into ‘Obsydian’, the Hungarian producer presents this banging track gushing with emotion. With the continued aggressive bassline and melody, Sunny Lax evokes emotion and energy in each song. His “power trance”, tracks that’re slower at 128bpm, allows him more room to play with his rolling basslines and lower frequencies in the melody. This is what makes him and the whole Anjunabeats family stand out. With their vastly diverse and engaging fan base, music like this can be appreciated from all over the world. You can listen to ‘So Long’ and ‘Obsydian’ below.