Find Another Way is a new EP out now on Ophelia. The project marks Seven Lions’ first EP release in over a year and a half – his previous EP, Start Again, accumulated over 21.1M total streams across only four tracks. Find Another Way blends beautiful acoustic songwriting and vocal performances, heavy and melodic dubstep, psytrance, piano and trance influences, precisely tuned sound design, and even chilled-out house on this five-track EP.

In 2019, Seven Lions headlined massive festivals globally including EDC Orlando, Imagine Festival, Electric Zoo, iLESONIQ, Electric Forest, Beyond Wonderland, and Dreamstate SoCal and sold over 122k tickets on the massive Alchemy Tour with Slander and NGHTMRE, which hit 20 cities.


BROHUG’s new EP is out now via their own imprint BROHOUSE. The release follows the Swedes’ (John Dahlback & Lunde brothers) singles “1990” with Kaskade and “Preacher,” released on Spinnin’ Records.

Sonically all tracks revolve around BROHUG’s signature bass house style. Their previous release was “1990” with Kaskade (released on Jan 24). Since their inception in 2016, BROHUG worked with Ghastly, remixed Steve Angello, released on Confession, Spinnin’ Records, Dim Mak, Musical Freedom, Arkade.


Building upon the momentum accrued over the past year, Dabin’s latest release, ‘Hope It Hurts’, maintains his winning streak and serves as a remarkable follow-up to his previous single ‘Holding On’. In just a few short years, the rising DJ/producer’s career has skyrocketed, catapulting him to stardom in record time.

With an instrument-based background in piano, drums, and guitar, and stylistic influences stemming from indie, folk, and blues, it is clear that his expertise in the field of music is wide-ranging. This is reflected in his eclectic portfolio of work, and even more so in ‘Hope It Hurts’, where he seamlessly blends Essenger’s emotional vocals with uplifting build-ups and drops.


Nude Shoes (the Asbury Park, NJ based project of musician Andy Katz) has released a new single titled “Billy’s Here, Love, I’ve Got to Go.”

Katz says, “The song is about losing someone close to you so suddenly. It is dedicated to a dear friend of the band that passed away very suddenly last year. We miss and love her very much.”


Known for his distinctive drops and meaty bass, Dr. Fresch joins up with Portland native FREAK ON to attack a different angle of dance music with new house-infused summer club single “THICCC.”

The new single follows up Dr. Fresch’s February Dim Mak banger “Bon Appétit,” riddled with the unforgiving energy that is consistent throughout his heavy repertoire. “THICCC” reignites Dr. Fresch’s hot streak of drops, making good use of his trademark fusion of heavy bass and G-house sounds. In addition to “Bon Appétit,” Dr. Fresch has been in the lab cooking up mixes for his die-hard fans. Earlier this year he released the second installment of his annual compilation, The Remedy, which featured 21 songs from his close friends alongside 3 new originals.



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