A quality tune meant to spice up the latter part of the night, Mo Falk, Zoopreme and Yukio’s ‘Midnight Strike’ is that highly explosive bomb of a record you can’t do without on the dance floor.
Supercharged with shifting bass drones and smacking drums, Roger Horton’s debut on Fedde Le Grand’s Darklight Recordings adds quite a bit of spice to the dance music realm.
Sporting killer beats, intoxicating vocals and rapid-fire synths, this song will push your club experience to a whole other level.
Inviting a handful of artists from all over the world to revisit some of his recent releases, Fedde’s ‘Monsta’s Got Me Dancing For Years’ remix package offers a diverse array of musical styles.
Darklight Sessions 2018 promises a night full of cutting-edge dance music and unparalleled production, make sure to be there and get your tickets now.
With punchy kick drums, aggressive bass and a flurry of sliced vocals, this offering is what the best party of your life starts and ends with.
Smooth, tasty and a little nuts, Carta’s sophomore offering to Fedde Le Grand’s Darklight Recordings is any dance music fan’s bread and butter for a legendary night out.
Scream Out Loud is an energetic cut, which combines a catchy vocal piece with stabbing synths and demands to be played out at festival mainstages all across the globe.
Armed with aggressive vocals, big bass tears and punchy kick drums, Wolvo’s debut on Fedde Le Grand’s Darklight Recordings is slated to bring the heat during those late-night raves.
You Lift Me Up is a feel-good slice of vocal house with uplifting energy, an infectious vocal hook and a dance floor shaking drop, set to follow in the success of his first exclusive download.
Evoking the energy and excitement of sport and gaming, while still maintaining a clear dance floor aesthetic, the infectious vocal by none other than UK based Kris Kiss and solid groove, make this the perfect record to kickoff The Gaming Beat Charity campaign.
Boosting the dance floor madness to the max, Galoski, Ra5tik and Avadox’s debut on Fedde Le Grand’s Darklight Recordings pulls no punches at all.