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STAGEHOPPERS’ FRIDAY PICKS — FEBRUARY 25th, 2022

by Nicholas Lorenzo
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“Don’t Keep Me Waiting” – SIDEPIECE

SIDEPIECE drop their second track of 2022, “Don’t Keep Me Waiting.” The pop-like vocal line deceives the listener before the full power of the house groove hits in the first drop. From then on, the track expands into this invigorating and energizing house heater. With a gritty tech house atmosphere, the duo continue to cement themselves as major players in the scene.

”Silenced” – Camelphat

The renowned and multi-platinum producer duo of Camelphat release their first single of 2022 with “Silenced.” The club ready, slow burn track follows their Silver certified album Dark Matter. The gliding ethereal vocal line washes over the rolling bass line and minimalistic acid synths coupled with vibrant percussion. Shimmering synths provide delicate melodic motifs that soar over the pulsating groove.

“Redlight” – Swedish House Mafia x Sting

Swedish House Mafia returns with their latest single “Redlight,” which embraces the darker side of the trio from their inception. The meticulous production of trio shines through as they rework the classic vocal line from “Roxanne,” re-recorded by Sting, through a powerhouse track.

Slumber With a Key EP – Sydney Blu

Canadian born, Germany based DJ, producer and artist Sydney Blu releases two track offering Slumber With A Key. Both tracks inundate the listener in the hypnotic beats and deep techno atmospheres. The intricacies of the hushed vocal line, pulsating beats, warping basses, and slow tension building arrangement allow for a surreal sonic journey.

”Shout Like” – Moksi x LexBlaze

Dutch production duo Moksi and North London artist LexBlaze collaborate on brand new single “Shout Like.” LexBlaze’s crisp, rapid-fire lyrics flow perfectly over the club ready bass house atmosphere created by Moksi. A true party starter as you walk up in the club this weekend.

”Crave The Bassline” – AC Slater x Curbi

AC Slater and Curbi‘s “Crave The Bassline” hits streaming platforms after dropping on live shows the past few months. The energizing bass house track drives forward with unique percussive elements, evolving synth lines, and gritty bass work. The modulating features add that extra flair for a standout Night Bass release.

 

 

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