Dave Pearce mixes new trance album


Delirium: Summer Trance is the new mix compilation by dj and producer Dave Pearce.

It features tracks by some of the biggest names such as Ferry Corsten, Paul van Dyk and Markus Schulz alongside up-and-coming producers including Farius, Ben Hennessy & Sensi.

“Trance music is in a great place in 2016. It has been exciting putting together an album mixing established names alongside a multitude of hot new artists from around the globe,” explains Pearce.

“I’ve tried to make the album a musical journey that reflects the many dimensions of today’s trance scene opening with some beautiful progressive trance and powering through to some uplifting beats. These are some of my favourite tracks from the last couple of months. No other dance music has the ability to give you those goosebump moments.”

Pearce has contributed 3 tracks to the album himself including his Beatport Top 5 anthem Trance Sanctuary, The Trip and forthcoming collaboration with Farius called Florecer.

Delirium: Summer Trance is released on New State Music on 26 August 2016 and is available to pre-order via iTunes.


Sintillate Deep House Winter


Sintillate are known for their Champagne Spray parties in Marbella and will be launching a new event in the Chamonix ski resort in early 2014.

The new compilation Deep House Winter reflects the popularity of deep house on dance floors around the world.

The 2 disc album features music by artists such as Copyright, MD X-Spress, Candi Staton, Turntable Orchestra and Electronic Youth.

There are also tracks by Weiss, Nice7, Nhan Solo and Shadow Child.

Sintillate must know how to throw a good party as they recently won the London Club & Bar Outstanding Services to the Industry award.

Sintillate Deep House Winter 2014 will be available on New State Music on 23 February.

Wish I Didn’t Miss You

Music duo Electronic Youth have reworked the classic Angie Stone track Wish I Didn’t Miss You and it has proved a big hit in Ibiza in 2013. 

The new version of the tune features the vocals of BBC Introducing talent Alex Hart and has been played during Electronic Youth’s events at Eden and Booom on the White Isle. 

“Electronic Youth’s productions are a reflection of the musical influences they have both gathered from the Ibiza sound to 80s electro fused with deep house and the base music scene currently exploding in the UK,” say record label New State Music. 

The track comes with remixes by NightForce, Cicada and Shapeshifters and will be available on Beatport and iTunes from Sunday 29 September 2013.

K-Klass Club Anthems


Twenty-five years ago, a meeting of minds at the Hacienda club in Manchester led to the creation of K-Klass.

The house music group went on to produce some of the most popular dance music records of the last quarter century including Rhythm Is A Mystery and Let Me Show You.

After launching their career at the Hacienda, they went on to become residents of Cream, one of the biggest dance brands in the world.

In 2013 K-Klass are celebrating 25 years in the business with a new 2 disc album. It features all their classic anthems as well as remixes of tracks such as Level 42 – All Over You, Bobby Brown – Two Can Play That Game and Candi Staton – Whadda You Want.

To support the new release they are embarking on a tour around the UK visiting venues in Manchester, Wakefield, Maidstone, Liverpool and Leeds.

25 Years of K-Klass Club Anthems (New State Music) will be released exclusively via iTunes on 21 September 2013.

More Than A Dancefloor


Privilege in Ibiza is celebrating its 20 year anniversary by releasing a new mix album.

The double CD compilation, mixed by resident DJs Martin Garrix and Sem Vox + Paulette, features 39 tracks.

Disc 1 reflects music you might hear in the main room with tracks by Tommy Trash, Sander van Doorn, Marco V and Michael Woods.

Disc 2 is all about the sound from deep underground and includes tracks by Baggi Begovic, Yousef, Turntable Orchestra and the Adana Twins.

Privilege is famous throughout the world and has entertained a varied audience including jet-set superstars and package holiday ravers. It has played host to nights such as Manumission, Renaissance and SupermartXe as well as DJs including Tiësto and Armin van Buuren.

Privilege Ibiza 2013, More Than A Dancefloor, will be released on New State Music on 1 August 2013.

Body Rock


This is the latest track by UK house dj and producer Marc Vedo and 8Ball, a new pseudonym for dj/producer Darren Tate.

It features the vocals of Natasha and brings a contemporary twist to the classic 90s house organ vibe.

There are remixes from the likes of Solarris, Ivory D’or and A Lister but the original is sexy too.

Over the last few years, Vedo has developed a hugely successful dj career performing at events such as Glastonbury and Space Ibiza as well the Street Parade in Switzerland.

Tate is a well-known dj and producer with a string of hits to his name. He runs Mondo Records and has a busy touring schedule as well as hosting the monthly Mondo Sessions on Ministry of Sound Radio.

Marc Vedo & 8Ball ft. Natasha – Body Rock is available now on New State Music.


German producer Nhan Solo’s new track Easy has been released exclusively on Beatport.

It features vocals from FML covering The Commodores 1977 smooth classic track of the same name.

As well as an original mix, there are remixes by Bright Bright Machines, Neeko, Adriatique and Taan Newjam.

Mousse T has described the tune as “huge” while Martin Solveig has enjoyed the Adriatique remix.

Nhan Solo ft. FML – Easy is available on New State Music.

Kiss From The Past remixed


New State Music are releasing a new version of Tiesto’s 2011 album under his Allure alias.

Tracks from the Kiss From The Past album have been remixed by some of the hottest names in trance and EDM.

TyDi has recreated Show Me The Way, Nitrous Oxide has tackled Stay Forever and Estiva has refreshed I Am Home.

Other artists who have given new life to the original tunes include Pulser, Lange, Akira Kayosa and Tom Cloud.

Allure – Kiss From The Past The Remix album will be released on Monday 18 March 2013.