A new Diynamic’s ‘Four To The Floor’ edition is here

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For music enthusiasts, starting the new year with new music is a good idea.


Four top-notch tracks were road-tested and approved by Solomun.

Kicking off the Four To The Floor 22 is Ivan Masa with Borderline, a straightforward, almost industrial piece of club land, until the sudden break takes you by the hand and brings you to the hidden room behind the bar.

Dance by Haze-M feat. Zanjma transports you back ten years when thick and sinister sub-bass and soulful vocals ruled the dance floors.

FOTN & Marsden bring us Commodore, an 80s influenced cinematic journey into your heroic arcade dreams.

And closing off the FTTF22 is Aldebaran with A New Mistake, a hypnotic acid groove that allows you to just let go.

Grab a copy on Beatport now!


Stream Four To The Floor 22 on Spotify:


Tracklist:

1. Ivan Masa – Borderline (Original Mix)
2. Haze-M feat. Zanjma – Dance (Original Mix)
3. FOTN & Marsden – Commodore (Original Mix)
4. Aldebaran – A New Mistake (Original Mix)


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