Neon Neet will drop their debut EP ‘Persuasion’, along with their third single and title track on April 17, 2020.
The single ‘Persuasion’ is both a homage to a healthy ego and a reminder to trust one’s own gut instinct. It’s about not letting people talk you into something you have a bad feeling about. It’s about believing in yourself and not letting other people’s opinions control you. Self-assurance and confidence will help pull you away from toxic people and thoughts while the recurring distorted samples in ‘Persuasion’ symbolise annoying voices and disturbing communications.
There are four songs on the EP, listed and released in alphabetical order. Starting with Neon Neet’s angry debut single ‘Extension’, the EP calms down with ‘Loop You’ and ‘Persuasion’ and ends almost mantra-like with ‘Unzip’.
‘Loop You’ picks up the storyline from Neon Neet’s debut single ‘Extension’, but where the first track’s catchy chorus “I can’t do it on my own” called for help in a crisis, ‘Loop You’ dives far deeper into feelings of helplessness and desperation. Appealing to self-confidence ‘Persuasion’ takes a pass on toxic people and thematically links into the fourth track on the EP ‘Unzip’, which is about finding inner peace: “…all the things I need I have inside my heart“.
London-based DJ and producer Alex Virgo is the latest artist to debut on TRICK, dropping ‘Cheap Thrills’, a club-ready, four-track EP, out 3rd April.
The title track kicks things off, a slick, synth-driven dancefloor-filler that sets the tone for the rest of the EP. ‘Flex’ then follows a similar route – high-energy, pumping house music that builds to a climax, before ‘Tallywhacker’ shifts things into more metallic, techno-oriented waters while losing none of the intensity. EP closer ‘Chorus Tool’ asserts itself with the kind of four-to-the-floor throb that the TRICK imprint is quickly becoming synonymous with.
2019 marked the beginning of a new journey for Braxton and as 2020 hits full speed, the British Producer and DJ returns with his debut Colorize EP, “Clockwork”.
The EP, consisting of the tracks ‘Clockwork’, ‘Serac’ and ‘Yoruba’, is an in-depth exploration of house music. Braxton’s unique sonic identity merges prog and deep house sounds effortless, delicately achieving a balance that will draw you in with an ever-evolving groove across the three tracks.
Braxton’s label-debut on Anjunadeep (‘When The Sun Goes Down’), his official remix of Dezza’s ‘Juniper’ and his addition to the Anjunadeep Vol. 11 compilation (‘Chiaroscuro’) earlier this year has resonated with old fans and new listeners, as well as catching the attention of fellow industry tastemakers such as Pete Tong, Danny Howard and MistaJam.
Braxton is no stranger to the club circuit with performances at The Nest, Fabric and The Arch matched by plays from Cristoph, Yotto, John Monkman and Lane 8, whilst past remixes for GRADES, RÜFÜS DU SOL and Tourist lead him on his new path to a deeper sound.
Internationally acclaimed DJ and producer Boris Brejcha returns with his invigorating 3-track EP “Violet Pill”, out now via Ultra Music.
Marking his first release following January’s “Space Diver” LP, Violet Pill sees the German artist incorporate dark techno tones, striking build ups, and progressive elements for a transcendent listening experience. Opening with the high-octane soundscapes on ‘Babamba’, Brejcha immediately pulls audiences in before taking a more ambient turn with the four-on-the-floor track ‘On His Way’. The EP then makes a sonic shift with the title track ‘Violet Pill’, a melodic roller featuring pitched down vocals and a driving bassline.
Following his meteoric rise to success, Boris Brejcha continues to take his self-coined ‘High-Tech Minimal’ sound across the globe, effortlessly fusing techno, electro, and trance with every release. One of the most celebrated producers of the moment, Brejcha has become a fan favourite with standout performances including his set at Grand Palais in Paris for Cercle, which has racked up over 12 million YouTube views to date.
With major headline slots at Movement Detroit, EDC Las Vegas, OFFSonar, EXIT Festival, and more to be announced, 2020 is shaping up to be Brejcha’s biggest year yet.
Boris Brejcha’s “Violet Pill” EP is now available worldwide on all streaming platforms.