Fedde Le Grand is happy to announce that he will be turning up the Escape Club in another legendary Darklight Sessions at this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event.
Making the temperature rise with rapid-fire synth drops and searing bass tears, this track offers up a sonic inferno no dance music lover can resist.
With slow rises and rapid drops that seamlessly build upon each other, Nitty’s composition keeps you strapped in and takes you for one hell of a ride. Strap in, boys and girls.
Setting the tone with big synths blasts and robotized vocals, Germany’s very own Empra does what he does best on remix duty.
From the raw, Electro-tinged bass and to the uplifting melody to the hurrying DnB beats cutting the track in half, ‘Rush’ is a surge of energy meant to drive the crowd wild and then some.
Starting off with crashing hi-hats before plunging into Electro-scented goodness, Magic Sound’s debut on Darklight Recordings embodies the thrill of the club scene. With plenty of energy spikes and beats that hammer down relentlessly, ‘Mars 2044’ truly is out of this world.
Armed with jacking beats and bolstered grooves, Cave Studio’s debut single on Darklight Recordings adds just the right amount of edginess to the scene. Peppered with sound effects that only add to the thrill, ‘No Comment’ is bound to leave clubbers speechless.
DNF & Bluckther team-up to deliver another track for the club. Combining RnB and Soul vocals with hard-hitting club synths, this single will do well on the dancefloor and with the festival crowds.
After teaming up with Darklight Recordings regulars Vol2Cat on ‘Just Hold On’, Sid Cisse is back with a definite club banger made in tandem with Sasha Mikac.
Grab some of the most vicious sounds available, add in a tinge of Electro and watch as Dario Rodriguez turns it into a massive club hit.
From the surging synths to the daring vocals, this tune brings sun-tinged madness to the dance floor.
Full of contrasts, it’s house with a lot of playful EDM bounce, but also with a fair amount of boom under the hood, as well as a gentle, purring vocal that nonetheless isn’t in the mood for playing games.