Taking inspiration from the Acid House style of the 1990s, ‘Everybody Wants The Acid’ is the new single from artist and producer, The Arc In Space. The artist pays homage to Daft Punk, and other pioneers in the 90s dance music scene, and was recorded in isolation while the The Arc In Space was dreaming about returning to the dancefloor, and rediscovering the fun after a year spent away from it.
Based in San Antonio, Brandon Legacy is a UK hardcore dance producer, who cites as his major influences, Gammer, Darren Styles, and Fracus & Darwin. For his latest album, ‘Dimensions’, Brandon takes his inspiration from Drum and Bass, Pop, Trance, and Future Bass, while the title refers to the many different facets of the dance music genre.
Palestinian-American singer-songwriter, Aladeen Alhyahek, takes his inspiration from Michael Jackson with is upbeat debut pop album, ‘Blue Flame’. Comprising seven tracks, the album, which has also been influenced by R&B, hip hop, KPop, and JPop, sees Aladeen singing and rapping, accompanied by a dance beat.
Amalia Kadis is a Tokyo-based EDM artist, and her latest single, ‘I Found You’ is from her new album of the same name. Written during lockdown and recorded in the studio, Amalia did the mixing herself at home due to the rapidly escalating Covid-19 situation preventing her leaving the house. ‘I Found You’ is out through Aplux Records.
Currently living in Leeds, but originally from Italy, pop duo neontown is made up of Aure and Jac, who met at uni where they had been working on individual solo projects. The pair came together with the aim of forging a place where everyone can shine – to be free in the music. ‘Electric’ is their latest track, and it’s a guaranteed dance floor smash.