Music Monday: Above & Beyond, Flux Pavilion x Feed Me, Keegan Calmes, BT, and Cat Clyde

Celebrating their 20th anniversary this year, Above & Beyond pull back the curtain on their latest club single with longtime collaborator Zoë Johnston: ‘Reverie’.  

Debuted at O2 Arena, Prague in October 2019 during the band’s Group Therapy 350 celebrations, ‘Reverie’ sees Tony McGuinness, Jono Grant, and Paavo Siljamäki team up once more with the voice of anthems like ‘We’re All We Need’, ‘Good For Me’, ‘My Own Hymn’. 

Bass heavyweights Flux Pavilion and Feed Me have joined forces for an unprecedented collaboration in their upcoming massive single “Survive” feat. meesh. The British DJs have over a decade of experience each in the music industry, having revolutionized the scene along the way. In this exceptional partnership, their years of skill and innovation truly come to light. 

Following on from Flux Pavilion’s recent run of smash singles and Feed Me’s latest release ‘New Shoes’, the pair recruited New York based pop singer meesh to complete the track. 

Singer/Songwriter Keegan Calmes is perhaps known best as the front-man for Vinyl Theatre (Fueled By Ramen) but he’s back as a solo artist with a brand new single titled “Broken Heart,” a song about how love can continue to exist as a residue on your soul.

Grammy-Nominated film composer, technologist, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and trance music icon BT releases his new double single ‘1AM in Paris (with Matt Fax)’ / ‘The War (with Iraina Mancini)’ on Black Hole Recordings.  

The double single showcase just a small fraction of what’s in store for BT’s forthcoming artist album, due later this summer. More info on that soon, but for now let’s dig into these singles.  ‘1AM In Paris’ is a progressive masterpiece, crafted in collaboration with Matt Fax.

Folk bluesy singer-songwriter Cat Clyde new acoustic album, Good Bones, is out now via Cinematic Music Group. Good Bones is comprised of songs from her critically-acclaimed albums, Ivory Castanets and Hunters Trance, along with a brand-new track “Toaster.”

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