Is it a broken record now? Two of the biggest move makers in house music are back again with more music. For Kaskade and Lane 8 there is no reason for them to stop working. We’ve talked about how lack of touring is paving the way for double, or perhaps triple the amount of new music than usual.
Does Project 46 ring any bells for you Kaskade fans? The last time Kaskade worked with Project 46 was their single Last Chance. But if you guessed that Project 46 was the vocalist on either of these Kaskade songs then you are dead wrong. Stef Lang is the uncredited vocalist on Kaskade Last Chance (feat Project 46). While Sarah De Warren is credited for Kaskade’s newest single, Chains.
I wrote and sung this record for @kaskade and Project 46, and it's fucking crazy beautiful 🔥🖤 #Chains is a song i wrote alone one night on piano, so to have a couple of legends make into a huge dance record is… https://t.co/IG3WEld2Tc
— Sarah de Warren (@sarahdewarren) May 23, 2020
This leaves Project 46 as a duo consisting of two canadian men, Thomas Shaw and Ryan Henderson. Their skill in melodies has been able to consistently push Kaskade’s music to the next level. Once Kaskade’s music blends with Project 46 they come close to the magical feeling of sunset at The Gorge Amphitheater.
Lane 8 Back on Anjunadeep!
There is no good reason on earth to ignore Lane 8’s music. If you haven’t noticed we are obsessed. Well this time he’s back on the label that started his whole career. Lane 8 first premiered Keep On for Anjunadeep 11. This was just a preview of the full song. We only had access to an edited mixed version, now we have a 6 minute long extended cut.
It wasn’t just house music that saw new music this week. Vanic came storming into this week with new music for the first time in awhile. Keep an eye out for Kygo’s new album this week too. What new music got you excited this week? Reach out to us on Facebook or Twitter!
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