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Calvin Harris takes techno-centric turn with pair of new tracks

Calvin Harris is about to make good on his promise to deliver us “a whole new experience.” Last May, we here at Dance Music Northwest wrote on the release of Sony Record’s financial report. It seems that the T.B.D. noteworthy project from Calvin Harris has taken on shape. Harris took to Twitter to announce the release of two new singles, CP-1 and Hypnagogic (I Can’t Wait) released on January 24th.

The new tracks are a decidedly different direction for the prolific Scottish producer, turning toward more minimal beats for CP-1, and unleashing a breakbeat track in Hypnagogic.

In a string of Tweets from Calvin Harris, he described how his new project is a completely new vibe from his usual style. Fans can also expect, “plenty of new music” to arrive before his return to Coachella on April 10th and 17th. As one of the most highly anticipated album releases of 2020, this is some seriously good news.

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