Somn3um release their new single to co inside with their forthcoming headline Ministry of Sound appearance (22nd Feb 2019).
Dubai based DJ and producer Somn3um hits the dance floors once again. Returning with a double A-side of main room loveliness.
Pass You By is a future house influenced electronic gem. The male vocal and groovy percussion lead out this track with groovy tambourines, cowbells, funky guitar licks and big uplifting pads to make this rise to the top and stand out from the crowd.
Where Are We Going on the flip side has a more trancey main room feel. The sparkly female vocal introduces you into big synth lines and a relentless beat. It all breaks down continuing the uplifting feel building back into a synth lead crescendo and the catchy cleverly fx’d vocals. Lovely!
Somn3um Pass You By / Where Are You Going is released on the 22nd Feb on Somn’thing Records.
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The mighty Somn3um get hold of reggae & soul artist Dan Bowskill (who’s also worked with the likes of Artificial Intelligence) and skillfully remake his recent collaboration with Crossfire. They bring in a weighty, hedonistic, sound system supplying, dance floor delight!
It’s all about big bass lines, bottom heavy bass synths riffs along with Dan’s pure reggae sunshine vibes powering through the speakers with a real uplifting feel and tone.
A house track that stands out from the crowd.
True story: Somn3um take you by the hand and lead you to the main room, straight onto the dance floor with their new anthem ‘The Story’. It’s a brilliant journey into house, taking you to a place where a solid groove, dreamy pads and uplifting keys syncopate with a lush vocal to bathe your ears in a sea of warm vibes.
The Story is just the latest footnote to a super busy year for the Somn’thing Records honchos. It’s been hectic 2018 juggling a busy studio schedule, weekly radio show and their resident DJ and guest spots around the world.
Somn3um ‘The Story’ is out on the 31st August on Somn’thing Records.
Somn3um cherry pick from the Original, taking the best elements from Ozzie London’s The Most, and turn in a tasty club banger. Trademark tight groove, deep bouncy bass line and faultless filtering add a tried and tested club sensibility to the package.
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