Prepare for Landing…ATLiens Invade With “Interstellar” Ft. Sara Skinner

Help, our airwaves are being invaded by a mysterious duo… Kicking off our work week we have the title track from the mysterious ATLiens, who have been kept relatively under wraps for quite some time now. While little is known about the duo, there have been multiple sightings of ATLiens as they tear up stages across Australia and the United States in their signature silver masks. ATLiens has been generating buzz in volumes after their first two releases “Watch Out” ft. Ragga Twins and “Malfunction” ft. TYNAN.

With how little information exists about ATLiens, we can only hope to see how out-there and unique the duo’s upcoming EP will be. If “Interstellar” serves as any indicator, we are optimistic and prepared for the arrival of our new galactic overlords. The track opens with fantastic lyrical work from the talented Sara Skinner, who entrances us with her melodic and almost uplifting vocal work. The balance is interrupted, however, as ATLiens brings in hard-hitting percussion and plenty of robotic synths to create a heavy sense of foreboding in nature. What will be next? Who knows?

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Stadiumx Returns With Going Deeper & MC Flipside for “Dangerous Vibes”

When a veteran decides to come out of a mild hibernation just to make a new track, you should anticipate an absolute banger. Rounding out the weekend we have the latest from Protocol veterans Stadiumx, who have spent some time away from the scene to bring us their newest track “Dangerous Vibes”. While initially meeting in 2009 at a workshop in Budapest, it wasn’t until 2014 when the duo started making dance waves on an international level. Their first international hit, “Howl at the Moon”, was premiered at the Amsterdam Dance Event by Protocol label boss Nicky Romero and the rest is history.

To say the least, “Dangerous Vibes” is a fantastic track to mark the massive return of Stadiumx.  While the track is a bit all over the place in terms of genre (just how we like it), it features a bit of progressive house and experimental bass music. The Hungarian duo teamed up with fellow producing duo Going Deeper and the group further recruited MC Flipside for that sweet inspiring lyrical vocal work. Stadiumx, this better be the start of a fantastic return to the electronic dance scene. We’ll be waiting!

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Joe Ghost Is Thriving With Love Anthem “Let It Go” Ft. Mermaids Exist

We might actually be doing something right here if the newbies keep coming back. In this weekend hump, we have the latest from Joe Ghost, “Let It Go”, over on Thrive Music. Hailing from a grand northern neighbor, Joe Ghost blazed onto the scene in 2013 with Hardwell and their track “Are You Ready”, which was named one of the most popular songs of the year by DJ MAG. Ghost has been tearing up the scene since, punching out hit after hit on multiple different labels such as Dim Mak and Musical Freedom. Ghost has continued to move on with the times, changing up his style with a new modern sound. With a LP in the works, we can’t wait to see what Ghost has to offer for us in the future.

Serving as the second single off of Ghost’s upcoming LP, “Let It Go” gives us a pretty clear idea of what the upcoming LP is going to be like. Created as an anthem for anyone who has gone through the struggles of falling in love, Ghost’s use of live instruments make the track feel more real than it would on the flip side. Having drafted Mermaid Exist for some melodic lyrical work, Ghost ties “Let It Go” in a nice little bow with a rhythmic bassline and a driven melody that is just too catchy; we haven’t finished singing it throughout our office.

This is personally one of my favorite new tunes from my upcoming album. It talks about the struggles of dating, getting close with someone special and that first feeling you get when you know they’re ‘the one. I wanted to use a lot of live instruments for this specific track because I wanted to keep the song organic sounding, similar to how real love is built,” – Joe Ghost

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