Solomun delivers 20th Four To The Floor series

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What started in 2014 has now reached its 20th edition.


7 years of dance floor weapons, road-tested and approved by Solomun. And so far, an end is not in sight.
Edition 20 kicks off with Grigorés Upside Down. A rapid heartbeat bass line, growing percussions, and dramatic choir-esque synths – just the right ingredients for a melancholic dance floor affair. Up next is Violent Location by Waltervelt & Kiko, a sinister soundtrack to a dystopian fantasy and pure after hour gem.
The third track is Night Fly by Cortexmaltex. Its gentle vocals and fragile synth ripples over the driving percussions let you dwell in memories of lovers lost.
And the closing of the Four To The Floor 20 is 1989 by Silver MX, an 80s anthem that transports you right into an arcade racing game, driving your drop-top Lamborghini Countach down Santa Monica Boulevard.

Pre-order is available at Beatport


Tracklist:

1. Grigoré – Upside Down (Original Mix)
2. Kiko & Waltervelt – Violent Location (Original Mix)
3. Cortexmaltex – Night Fly (Original Mix)
4. Silver MX – 1989 (Original Mix)


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