Dennis Cartier – Make It Alone [Be Yourself Music]
One of Belgium’s biggest movers and shakers in recent years has been Dennis Cartier, a favourite of Fedde Le Grand and a hot ticket on the world stage. ‘Make It Alone’ is perky, uplifting vocal house skipping on a wave of adrenaline, leading listeners across a dancefloor quest and bringing to mind Inna turning up the heat. As he circles around horns as luxurious as his name, Cartier’s keys and synths connect with petite, open-hearted lyrics to provide a certain feeling of innocence when madness is all around.
TyDi & Caitlin Allan – I Thought I Was Enough [Be Yourself Music]
‘I Thought I Was Enough’ is all about timing, easygoing melodies leaning on acoustic guitars and strings and naturally knowing how to reach out emotionally with Allan at her peak. Then TyDi lets the bulging bass notes go, making this highly charged house music in more ways than one. You’ve guessed it, just one listen will never be enough.
Roc Dubloc continues to make his mark on dance music and returned with a new progressive house track on High Contrast. He rose to fame with his 2017 banger “Plata O Plomo”, and saw continued chart success with “Ready Or Not” on Protocol Recordings. Roc is ready to bring something new with his single “Forever”.
Xense’s new track is not what you’re used from him, he states: : “I was inspired by a lot of other genres like Future Rave, drum & bass and also techno. I wanted to use my music taste from other genres and bring them into a Hardstyle tune. It’s a tribute from all the other music I love”.