Music Monday: DØBER ft. Mark Vayne, The Lighthouse And The Whaler, Spencer Brown ft. Marieme, Riot Ten & Crankdat, and Nytrix & Kiesza

“Love Me Like” is a bold tech-house influenced gem, which DØBER recorded with Dutch artist/singer Mark Vayne. Peep this deep house gem below.

Indie rock band, The Lighthouse And The Whaler, have released a new live album “Talk (Live from The Tenk)” which is available now. The live album follows the studio album released in the Fall of 2022, receiving accolades from outlets worldwide and placements on top streaming playlists (like ours). 

Spencer Brown launched his own record label, diviine, earlier this year to release whatever music type he wanted, when he wanted, without restrictions. The label’s debut double single ‘Forbidden Flow / 18 Min Loop’ featured a song that clocked in at, you guessed it, 18 minutes. While the initial release was geared towards the club, Spencer further demonstrates the zeitgeist of diviine with the follow-up up release ‘Stuck/Reflex,’ two beautiful songs that feature vocals from Senegalese-American singer-songwriter, Marieme

Riot Ten and Crankdat come together again for a destructive new collaboration “Own The Night.” The latest festival weapon is stacked with dynamic vocal chops and vigorous bass elements. The single comes after the two producers collaborated on the infectious remix of Afrojack and Steve Aoki’s “No Beef” earlier this year.

Nytrix teams up with Canadian vocalist Kiesza to deliver a new high-powered single “One More Time.” The upbeat cyberpop ballad features empowering vocals about taking risks and not being afraid of living boldly, which seamlessly breaks down into an explosion of bass-house.

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