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STAGE HOPPERS’ FRIDAY PICKS — December 3rd

by Nicholas Lorenzo
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“Fuck U Love U” — Alison Wonderland

Australian DJ and producer Alison Wonderland returns with a brand new single “Fuck U Love U.” This becomes her first and only solo single of 2021; a nice surprise for fans towards the culmination of the year. Originally teased at Red Rocks, “Fuck U Love U” features chilling vocals that soar over the angst-inducing synths, rumbling bass, and eclectic sonic experience. With the sound of “Fuck U Love U,” Alison Wonderland’s third album is highly anticipated for the near future.

“I Have Seen the Way” — Tom Morello x Alex Lifeson x Kirk Hammett x Dr. Fresch

Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine collaborates with a vast array of artists on his latest album The Atlas Underground Flood. For the standout track “I Have Seen the Way,” the renowned artist, guitarist, and political activist teams up with Kirk Hammett of Metallica, Alex Lifeson of Rush, and DJ and producer Dr. Fresch. Virtuosic guitar solos soar over the bass-heavy house groove for an outstanding collaboration of EDM and Metal fusion!

“Screwdriver” — Above & Beyond

The legendary trio Above & Beyond drop their latest rave banger “Screwdriver.” The predominately instrumental track takes listeners on a vibrant sonic experience with pulsating arpeggiations and uplifting melodics with the perfect balance of power-driven bass grooves. “Screwdriver” first appeared on the most recent Group Therapy set (ABGT450) and provides a signature Above & Beyond club-ready track for the late nights of the weekend!

“Deja Vu” — Oliver Heldens x Anabel Englund

House music star Oliver Heldens and rising artist Anabel Englund collaborate on the sensational dance track “Deja Vu.” While Englund’s vocal performance entices the listener’s ear, Oliver Heldens’ bouncy and infectious groove fills the listener with dance. “Deja Vu” offers pop sensibilities with house centric instrumentals that create the dynamic yet warm dance atmosphere.

“Shake That Ass” — Cedric Gervais

The Grammy award winning Cedric Gervais drops “Shake That Ass” to immediately fill up the dance floor this weekend. This house heater releases via  Cedric Gervais’ own imprint Delecta Records, in association with Armada Music. Sensual vocals, resonant basses, crisp percussion, and raunchy synth work make this track exactly what its meant to be: a dance track!

“Corners” — Shallou

The ambient and blissful music of Shallou comes to life in his latest EP The Long Way Home. “Corners” serves as the introductory track for the extended play, and perfectly sets the tone for Shallou’s sound. The multi-talented artist delivers beautiful vocals, mesmerizing melodics, passionate instrumental features, and enchanting atmospheres. A wonderful listen for those “in-your-feels” moments with a creatively powerful impact.

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