Part of the next wave of progressive talent, Anjunabeats welcomes Michael Gold, a.k.a., Enamour, to the family.  

Based in Washington DC, Enamour’s career so far has seen releases with mau5trap, Sharam’s Yoshitoshi Recordings, and Lane 8’s This Never Happened (‘Love Syndrome’, which was heavily supported on Sirius XM Chill).

Multi-platinum UK producer P*nut has teamed up with long-time friend and collaborator British born, Tobago-based Franz Job on their brand new single ‘Never Stop Refix’ ft. Qua. The first track to be taken from their upcoming EP – recorded between Tobago, Berlin & London – ‘Never Stop Refix’ ft. Qua is available to stream on all digital platforms now. 

A smooth summer single, ‘Never Stop Refix’ ft. Qua is a tribute to the reggae and hip hop cultures that have heavily influenced P*nut’s musical career to date. Drawing on his West Indian heritage, Franz’s powerful lyrics and soulful vocals contribute to the track’s infectious hip hop flavour.

Colombian/Mexican multi-instrumentalist, DJ & producer Sinego shares his first release on Sony’s new ORIANNA imprint with the release of “Duele” featuring Leonardo La Croix. 

Inspired by traditional Bolero, the romantic Latin music developed in Spain during the 18th century, “Duele” features a deep house production, paired with the horns and melody which is a trademark of Bolero. “Duele,” which translates to hurt, tells a story of heartbreak as sung in Spanish by Leonardo La Croix.

Watford, UK indie rockers LAKES are debuting a new track titled “Kids” featuring Dan Lambton (formerly of Real Friends).

“We met Dan through Instagram after he tagged us in a photo of a tattoo he had just got of the artwork from our debut album and some lyrics from our song “Ontario”. This obviously blew our minds! We met up at the Real Friends show at The Electric Ballroom in London and he was the absolute best host and kindest man. We stayed in touch and we are so honoured to have him sing on this.”

As Anjunabeats enters its twentieth year, they’ve welcomed a true pioneer to their family: Sander van Doorn. A tech-trance innovator, prolific creator, and in-demand DJ, Sander is one of the most recognizable and versatile artists in the electronic scene.

He captures a feverish energy in his records and was instrumental in the evolution of trance and progressive house music in the early nineties. His very own Doorn imprint is home to some of the biggest names in dance music today.

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