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BRANDO BUILDS ON SUCCESS OF ‘LOOK INTO MY EYES’ WITH BRAND-NEW SINGLE: ‘DON’T CALL ME’ !

Released on Armada Music, ‘Don’t Call Me’ is about showing strength and peace of mind during a past loved one’s sleepless nights. Even more impressively, his latest single ‘Look Into My Eyes’ spent ten weeks on #1 in Australia’s airplay chart, dethroning The Weeknd ‘Blinding Lights’ as most-played song of the year whilst entering the Spotify Top 200 in Australia, Austria, Germany, Sweden and New Zealand, and clocking up over 30 million streams across the most popular streaming platforms. 

Follow us on socials “I worked with so many talented producers and musicians on this song, including Avedon (producer of ‘Look Into My Eyes’), Jesse Mason, Ben Samama, and Camden Bench, who also played on ‘Look Into My Eyes’. “It’s one of the songs I wrote a while back when I was single and kind of jaded about relationships, but I feel like it’s applicable to so many people and their own love lives as well”, Brando explains. Mediabase Dance Chart through a surge of radio plays. I’m sure they are just as excited as I am that this song is going to be out there for everyone to listen to.”

Drawing inspiration from the numerous musical influences he indulged in throughout his formative years, California-based Brando was a major force behind Canadian duo Loud Luxury’s multi-million-stream, multi-platinum-selling hit song ‘Body’ (well over 700 million streams on Spotify) and Don Diablo’s ‘Congratulations’ (more than 27 million streams on Spotify), the latter of which shot up the U.S. This time, the L.A.-based singer-songwriter is turning heads with ‘Don’t Call Me’, another super-infectious addition to his rapidly growing discography. Hot on the heels of his recent collab with BRKYLN (‘London Girls’) and the massive success of ‘Look Into My Eyes’, rising star Brando delivers another one of his mouthwatering creations.

By EDM Nations – October 12, 2020 7 0

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A PERSONIFICATION OF HOPE, SAM FELDT AND THE HIM UNITE FOR ‘USE YOUR LOVE’ !

“After releasing two songs with The Him already (Midnight Hearts & Drive You Home), we decided it was time to present the world with our follow-up. This thoughtful, euphoric record is a masterpiece waiting to be heard. Featuring a soulful, powerhouse vocal performance from Goldford, ‘Use Your Love’ is heart-warmingly, striking. The song is all about being lost and needing a special someone to show you the way, a feeling that we all share sometimes. But we decided to work on something together again and it was really fun. Stay tuned for the music video drop! Originally from Hawaii, Jay has built an empire of over 7 million followers on Instagram and YouTube with striking travel and thrilling extreme sport content.  For ‘Use Your Love’, Jay will take viewers on a journey of stunning locations all around the world using a travel diary. We wanted to make a track that really fits our sets because we all can’t wait to be back on the road again and are dreaming of festivals and club shows. Follow us on socials Moving acoustic guitar chords are matched with epic builds and catchy rhythms, emoting the very best of Dance-Pop. The Him and I had lots of fun working on the track and we hope this resonates with our listeners as well!” —Explains Sam Feldt

“It’s been a while since we made music with Sam, we’ve all been so busy! Breathing an extra dose of energy into this captivating record, the official music video for ‘Use Your Love’ has been created by social media sensation Jay Alvarrez. Hopefully this gives the fans of electronic music something to safely party at home with.” — Explains The Him

“Use Your Love is about being vulnerable enough to let someone in and trusting that in return you can be led out from the darkest parts of yourself” — Explains Goldford. These awe-inspiring visuals are just what the world needs to satisfy their vacation thirst. It took a while for us to find the perfect song to collaborate on, but with Goldford’s amazing vocal ‘Use Your Love’ we struck gold. Perfectly poignant, Sam Feldt and The Him’s ‘Use Your Love’ captures the beauty and power of vulnerability in love.  An impeccable balance between up-beat, light-hearted melodies with an emotive twist, the record highlights the bravery of following your heart.
By EDM Nations – October 12, 2020 2 0

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INDECENT NOISE RELEASED A MASSIVE ALBUM, “EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED”!

Early on your foundations get a good shake as singer Noire Lee picks up the mic to send Corey Hart’s ‘Sunglasses At Night’ blazing through the trance prism. Not unduly though, Indecent Noise does ringfence a full quarter of his album for his most favoured studio weapon. From the Wink-esque ‘Worlds Collide’ with Lostly, to the squally, stormy ’Kernel Panic’ in collaboration with EverLight, ‘Everything Is Connected’ slides its acidic centre-column into place. Back to those aforementioned artistic predeterminations then, because (albeit in the less anticipatable of fashions) ‘Everything Is Connected’ explodes many of them. ‘Lekko’ (the Polish word for light-of-weight) is housed at ‘Everything Is Connected’s midsection, is another pause-for-breath moment, and one that develops pondering poignancy and cinematic ether in equal measure. It also climbs ‘north’, (no mean feat when you’re ‘Mr. Uplifting trance may not be Indecent’s first go-to, but the assured nature of the album’s altitude-grabbing moments speak volubly of his abilities. The album reserves it biggest punk for its final quarter though, as it draws inspiration from generation-Rave and channels it into three incredible authentic close-out cuts. The album provides conversely cooler moments too. Acid’) to euphoric summits and further still into hardstyle/core forms. The furiously fast Acen-esque breaks of ‘Show Me Where To Go’ take it to the fields, the track’s chord soar and most of infectious of vocals sealing its deal. An album that finally allows Indecent Noise the bandwidth to head in all potential artistic directions at once, ‘Everything Is Connected’ will mean much to most. It’s out through Black Hole Recordings on October 9 and is available through all good sales and streaming platforms

Follow us on socials Aleksander’s certainly delivered an album that expands tonally on his known-for remit, but not merely in the deeper/cooler direction. There’s also the more chord-and-pad-empowered uplift of recent single ‘Visions Of The Dream’, while Aleksander also delivers a dazzlingly reformation of Jam & Spoon’s classic ‘Be.Angeled’. ‘Pictures Of A Gallery’ w/Diver & Ace ups atmospheres with joyfully hammering M1 piano lines, whilst the unambiguous intent of ‘R.A.V.E.’ brilliantly riffs on the riff of Fierce Rulin’ Diva’s ‘Rubb It In’. Its one-two overture is comprised of the scene-setting ‘Brightest Day’, which in turn cedes to the more atmospherically swirling ‘White Lotus’. Further in, ‘Extractor’ alongside Renegade System turns the bosh-factor up to 11, while ‘Nightmare Fuel’ expounds on the long-dark-corridor-themes of the 303.

By EDM Nations – October 12, 2020 2 0