by Nicholas Lorenzo
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“Shivering” — Illenium x Spiritbox

Illenium collaborates with Canadian heavy metal band Spiritbox for latest single “Shivering.” The eruptive heavy metal-bass hybrid was first featured during his set at Ultra Music Festival. The pounding drums, rampaging synths/guitars, and piercing vocals deliver an intense performance that will scorch live audiences.

“In Chicago” — John Summit

John Summit christens his brand new Off The Grid imprint with a highly anticipated release. “In Chicago” pays hommage to his roots in the birthplace of house music, and encapsulates his club-ready taste. The rich atmosphere evolves through lush synths and an unforgiving bassline, while the enticing vocals soar across the dance floor.

“Wild Feelings” — Andrew Rayel x Sam Gray

Andrew Rayel provides a blissful summer anthem in “Wild Feelings,” featuring the vibrant vocal performance by Sam Gray. The radiant chord progression bounces the track forward with overwhelming energy. Certainly a new hit that will have audiences singing and dancing the night away!

“My Type” — Nostalgix

Now, who doesn’t love bass house? Night Bass is the place to be with Nostalgix delivering quintessential bass house with burning energy in “My Type.” The track exudes attitude with its gritty synth-work, infectious vocal hook, and weighty yet propulsive bass-line.

“Nightmares” — Chris Lake x Cloonee

Chris Lake and Cloonee unleash the stuff of “Nightmares” with their first-time collaborative single, if nightmares also had a killer beat. That eerie childish vocal line shocks, preparing for the omnious atmosphere generated by the dark and distorted bassline. The chilling melody line soars over the minimalistic yet infectious groove.

“Flatlined — Zomboy x Micah Martin

Zomboy kickstarts Rott N’ Roll Records with his first release of the year on the imprint, “Flatlined” alongside Micah Martin. Another heavy metal-bass hybrid for our headbangers, as this collaboration does not disappoint. Featuring intensity that is off the charts, and Martin’s dominating vocals, “Flatlined” has the perfect title. 


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