Music Monday: syence, Spencer Brown & Qrion, Gammer x Riot Ten, Mayer Malik, and KID DAD

US electronic duo syence have unveiled their new single ‘talking way too much’, available on all streaming platforms. A vibrant combination of glistening synths, euphoric bass energy and seductive vocals ‘talking way too much’ sees syence tap into their trademark sound with dazzling results. 

First heard three years ago in Spencer Brown’s set at Above & Beyond Group Therapy 300 event in Hong Kong, and then played a year later at Qrion’s performance for Group Therapy 350 in Prague, the pair’s collaborative single ‘Rainy April’ has become a fan favorite, and now gets an official release on Anjunadeep.

After dominating dance floors with “Stampede” featuring Fatman Scoop, Gammer returns alongside Riot Ten with fiery new collaboration “NGMF.” Out now via Dim Mak, “NGMF” is the second single to be released from Gammer’s forthcoming EP.

As summer begins to wind down, singer-songwriter Mayer Malik presents his ode to the end of the season and to romance with the release of his upcoming single “Loving Woman.” Written as a metaphorical prayer for all in search of love, this upbeat track provides a fresh take on traditional love songs. Hoping to inspire new love and preserve the passion in the old, the upbeat track serves as a reminder to live in the moment because life can be fleeting. 

‘As Soon As America’ is the second single to be released from KID DAD’s upcoming EP ‘Bloom’ (out 10 December 2021 via Long Branch Records) and is the most daring release to date from the Paderborn, Germany band.

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