Blinders – Motorsport, November 11th
Blinders has been on a serious roll this year and ‘Motorsport’ marks the 6th single of his fruitful year. The track finds its inspiration in Formula 1, MotoGP, and sounds of sport car engines, with the goal to create a musical reflection of the power and momentum of supercars. At a young age, Blinders listened to artists such as Justice, The Chemical Brothers, and Boys Noize whose references can be heard throughout the track as well. ‘Motosport’ could easily be imagined featuring in a video game or movie around this theme and will surely pump up your day. The accompanying music video is just as spectacular, watch here.
NUZB – No Rush, November 12th
NUZB is bringing back his RetroFuture aesthetic with ‘No Rush’. The Brazilian producer’s brand new track is the result of some experiments with future bass and future house during quarantine. The end result is a classy RetroFuture track with a drop that’s ready for when the clubs open up again.
Julian Jordan – Boss, November 13th
Hot on the heels of his latest release ‘Badboy’ and his partnership with STMPD to create the first-ever STMPD RCRDS producer pack, Julian Jordan is back with another banger that goes by the name of ‘Boss’. Jordan has been using the past couple of months to focus on his music and to bring his sound to the next level, and this newest track is undeniably the fruit of all his hard work and discipline. Not only is ‘Boss’ the perfect example of Julian’s characteristic sound, but it also showcases the electro house side of his production scope. Voted number 1 DJ of 2020 in Beatport’s Top 100 Electro House chart, Julian is proving that he has rightfully earned his spot and is there to stay.