Track Preview: ‘Waiting For the Red Light’ by Apachelux


Electronic dance duo Apachelux are no strangers to the industry having previously released ‘This Time’ which was aired on 30 radio stations and ‘Only When You’re Lonely’ which The Times listed as one of their essential tracks of 2015.

Now, Apachelux are back with the anthemic dance track, ‘Waiting For the Red Light’ that picks up exactly where they left off with their previous releases.

The duo, consisting of Jay Wigmore and Louisa Strachan, create a pulsating brand of dance music that draws as much on the atmosphere of 90s clubs as it does 70s disco.

‘Waiting For The Red Light’ exhibits a fast paced beat that simply doesn’t give up and this is accompanied by Strachan’s disco-esque vocals, making the song perfect for getting off your seat and onto the dance floor.

If you were a frequent raver back in the day, the duo’s new track will take you straight back those days of late night clubbing and dancing your socks off. On top of this, the pair really know how to write a dance track, gradually building the song until a powerful drop towards the end that you can’t help but give in to.

‘Waiting For the Red Light’ isn’t out until April 7th, but in the meantime you can listen to some of Apachelux’s previous work here:


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Jo Cooper releases ‘Wildfire’

jo0641-2Giving the likes of Jess Glynne and Katy Perry a run for their money Jo Cooper releases ‘Wildfire’.

You cannot help but fall in love with Jo, one of those personalities that makes you smile when she’s around. Jo’s voice is beautiful and full of energy and her talent is only that of a star in the making’Carmelo Pizzino (Dancing With The Stars)

I cannot agree more with Carmelo, Jo’s music is infectious, listen to ‘Wildfire’ below:

There is also a remix by Cavo on ‘Wildfire’, check it out below:

Both versions of the track are a great listen, it’s like one version is for more relaxed listening and the other is for getting ready to go out listening.

This is not the first remix Jo has had, she had success with a remix back in 2013 with ‘Stupid Boy’ a track which gained international attention from its Ministry of Sound remix produced by London duo ‘Hoxton Whore’s’, it peaked at number 20 in the UK’s music week club charts.

Jo has even met Ed Sheeran who gave her some advice with music, when she was working at a radio station in her native country, Australia.

Jo will hopefully make the journey to the UK soon and do some live performances or at least I hope she does.









Andrea Di Giovanni releases atmospheric new electropop single ‘I’ll Take Care of Myself’

21-year-old Italian-born singer, Andrea Giovanni (photo credit: Barbara Gallozzi – Photo Studio Imag&vents), is set to release atmospheric new electropop song, ‘I’ll Take Care of Myself’, set to drop April 15th. Taking influence vocally from Sam Smith and Jess Glynne, the artist delivers a soaring vocal performance that has the potential to appeal both to underground fans and the masses. Marco Casaluce produces the instrumental, opening with brooding synth swells before erupting with some hard-hitting bass.

Catch a teaser here:

Raised in Rome, Andrea moved to the UK in 2013 to pursue his dreams as a singer. A sufferer of the rare skin condition vitiligo, Andrea was bullied in the youth for the affliction putting him in a very dark place. His strict Catholic upbringing also made it hard for him to openly come to terms with his bixesuality. Moving to the UK, he was able to finally find acceptance, learning to embrace them as strengths instead of weaknesses.

As he explains himself, ‘I started to see vitiligo as my edge and distinctive characteristic of my personality, a strength. I decided to show it in the covert art-work of the single, ‘taking care of myself’ means also the ability to transform what you’ve always considered weaknesses into beautiful strengths.

Andrea also has an EP ‘Soultrip’ on the way scheduled for release in July.






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More thunderous sounds from South America as LPZ return with the 3rd release on their own label. Uncompromising House and Techno that’s been winning over the likes of Jacques Renault, Laurent Garnier and GoldFFinch the EP is available digitally now and is released on vinyl next week.

LPZ – Amoeba EP (LPZ Records)

12″ OUT APRIL 15

For the third release on their new imprint Paraguayan trio LPZ return with 4 tracks of precision tooled House and Techno that harks back to the kind of relentlessly jacking music labels like Relief beat dance floors into happy submission with in the ‘90s.

Straight from the off the EP’s lead track ’Amoeba’ keep things simple yet deadly. Powered along by the kind of kick drum and rubbery bass line that you feel as much as hear this is pure club music designed to shock the body into movement. It’s a formula that works and one they stick to throughout the EP with ‘Snake Charmer’, ‘Cascades’ and ‘Stargazer’ all as lean, mean and brutally functional as a steroidal greyhound.

Stripped right back to the bone with every ounce of spare fat trimmed this is the kind of music that makes almost zero sense until you witness its effect on a club where its stark, hypnotic rhythms can hammer a dance floor into a writhing mass of sweating flesh.

With releases on labels such as such as ’1983’ earning them praise from the likes of DJ Mag, Dazed & Confused and XLR8R, support from DJs such as Maya Jane Coles and their own Live shows and DJ sets at clubs such as Panorama in Berlin, LPZ are flying the flag for South American dance music and putting Paraguay firmly on the Techno map.

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Nina Jones ‘Never Let You Go’ single gets Adventurer Remix

Never Let You Go - Dance remix cover

The original ‘Never Let You Go’ was written by award winning songwriters Darren Parry, Dan Curtis and Laura Curtis.  Darren has achieved UK Songwriting Contest Award wins (2004 winner ‘Pop’), USA ‘Song Of The Year’, USA ‘Billboard’ and USA ‘Unisong’ awards. Meanwhile, Dan and Laura Curtis have had songs recorded by Paul Potts, Broadway stars Ramin Karimloo & Lea Salonga and also wrote the successful, star studded charity track ‘A Miner’s Song’.

And now, with the single given a new lease of life thanks to the attentions of the highly rated Adventurer, Nina Jones and her song writing team can expect a whole new audience to sit up and take notice.

However, alongside that release, Jones is going to be very busy with another track, further proof that she is getting some great buzz in music industry circles.

EDM specialist producer duo Adventurer, hot from working with the likes of Pendulum, Get Cape Wear Cape Fly, Young Guns and Pixie Lott, recently got hold of Jones’ single ‘Never Let You Go’. Having fallen in love with the track, they handpicked it for their very own brand of remix treatment, with some thumping results:

The ‘Never Let You Go’ Adventurer remix will be released on July 6th!

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