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STAGE HOPPERS’ FRIDAY PICKS — MAY 6th, 2022

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“Freeze” — Kygo

Kygo drops a gift for all fans with his latest single “Freeze.” The 8-minute long piece is a breathtaking journey of musicality and sentiment. Kygo creates an intimate atmosphere that evolves from a delicate opening piano to lush and impactful synth-work, while continuously highlighting the soulful vocal performance. One for the books by the renowned artist!

Loner — Alison Wonderland

The third studio album from Australian DJ and producer Alison Wonderland has finally arrived! Loner exudes the raw-emotion that was put into this 12-track journey. The LP is entirely produced by Alison Wonderland, as she put forth her own musicality, passion and development as an artist.

“Something New” — Fatum x LYCA

Fatum, composed of Daniel Davis and Bruce Karlsson, team up with vocalist LYCA for a dominating new single titled “Something New.” The track comes off their forthcoming Anjunabeats Worldwide 10 compilation, due out May 20. The driving trance single is engulfed with powerful, warping synth-work intertwined with expansive breakdowns for the enchanting vocals to flourish.

“Le Club” — Dirtyphonics x Ecraze x Graphyt x IVORY x SampliFire

Le Club,” the French mega-collab single by Dirtyphonics, Ecraze, Graphyt, IVORY, and SampliFire drops today via Disciple record label. This monstrous track is mixed with gritty bass hits, pumping energy, piercing melodics and all-around heat that’ll melt your face off. Energy is the name of the game with this heavy hitter.

“Under The Sun” — Franky Wah x AR/CO

Yorkshire based DJ and producer Franky Wah and duo AR/CO deliver a gem of a progressive house track in “Under The Sun.” The dynamic synths and pulsating deep bass line circulate underneath the anthemic vocals that intoxicate the listener.  Out now via Terracotta Records.

“I Don’t Think U Do” — SNBRN x FREAK ON

SNBRN unites with rising star FREAK ON for their infectious new single “I Don’t Think U Do.” The tech house heater samples the classic line from “Bills, Bills, Bills” by Destiny’s Child and ignites as soon as the groove takes off. Certainly a hit that will dominate dance floors everywhere.

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