Marshmello & Carnage – Back In Time

Today, genre-blurring global superstar Marshmello teams with dancefloor destroyer Carnage on the nostalgic rave anthem “Back In Time.” After a year of quietude and isolation, this new single is a well-timed return to the club-an ecstatic ode to long nights and good times. The track also arrives alongside a lighthearted, time-traveling video.

With hits like “Happier” and “Alone” nestled in his boundary-pushing discography, it’s clear that Marshmello has always been interested in the emotional possibilities of dance music-a theme that “Back In Time” furthers. Calling back to the energy of ’90s rave tracks, the propulsion of classic techno, and the gleaming refractions of Eurodance, the song is energetic and nostalgic, perfect for creating new dancefloor memories while remembering all your favorite nights out.

“Back In Time” drops just in time for one of Marshmello’s biggest gigs in recent memory-he’s set to play the opening ceremony of the UEFA Champions League Final on May 29 with special guests Selena Gomez and Khalid. This new single is part of a productive streak for the masked producer. In 2021, he’s already been a part of a handful of beloved singles, both on his own and with esteemed collaborators. He teamed up with Ali Gatie and Ty Dolla $ign on the heartwarming ballad “Do You Believe,” and with Benny Blanco and Vance Joy for the introspective “You.” He’s worked with 2KBABY on the low-key banger “Like This,” and with G Herbo and Wacotron on the epic “Umbrella.” Both as a producer and a DJ, he’s always kept a busy schedule, but songs like “Back In Time” prove he’s more than just prolific-he makes some of the most moving songs in dance music.


Marshmello’s star continues to rise as the famously masked artist breaks boundaries across the industry. With chart-topping singles and collaborations with the likes of Juice WRLD, Halsey, Demi Lovato, Bastille, Kane Brown, Selena Gomez, and more. Marshmello has clocked almost a staggering 10.5 billion streams across Spotify alone and with almost 45 million monthly listeners on the platform, he’s one of the top 30 most streamed artists in the world on Spotify and the 3rd most subscribed artist on Youtube. Featured on the cover of the Forbes magazine “30 Under 30” issue Marshmello has proved to not only be an innovative producer, but a forward thinking businessman. With his own brand of chocolate filled marshmallows “Stuffed Puffs” he’s also launched a children’s entertainment channel Mellodees.


Diamanté Anthony Blackmon is the American Dream. Diamanté grew up in Guatemala and came to America at 10 years old speaking very little English in a lower income neighborhood. Against all odds, Diamanté grew into Carnage, one of the most dominant music artists in the world. After numerous hits with collaborators such as the Migos, G-Eazy, Lil Pump, Tyga, Mac Miller, Young Thug, Steve Aoki, Wiz Khalifa, Lil Yachty, and many more – Carnage remains one of the most talked about and well known – cross over producers with unprecedented success in multiple genres.

Luca Debonaire – Life

CLUB HOUSE – ZYX MUSIC GERMANY – Luca Debonaire – His first single release on ZYX Music “Life”! Luca Debonaire has a history of playing dance classics and started out as a vinyljunkie. He still has the biggest collections of Italo- and Disco Tracks, which he uses as the base for his recent productions. Now he brings that oldschool sound back in his Future Disco. “Music is the answer for all problems, or at least help you forget them temporarily, and why not amplify this with the happy sound of House”

Luca Debonaire is all about rough, energetic, and female friendly house music that already travels the globe in high gear! He won the Juno Award in Canada with his remix for Nick Fiorucci as best dance track 2019. USA Billboard Dance Hot 100: No. 1 remixes (3 times) and million of streams on Spotify – for many years one of Beatport best selling producers (No.1 in 2018)

Barbara Crowft – The House Of Kids EP

CLASSIC TRAX HOUSE – FUNKY BASS HOUSE – COSMIC HOUSE – ORIENTAL HOUSE – CLUB HOUSE – WAVS + MP3s. TRAX Records from Chicago release the excellent EP of productions “The House Kids” for Barbara Crowft is a multi-talented DJ, recording artist and producer from the south of France. She’s one of the brightest rising stars in the iconic, pioneering TRAX Records family. Her 2021 release “The House Kids” features the funky bass house flavored track “Stand Up”, as well as the classic Trax House ace “Sensibility”.

INNA – Oh My God

After she released last week “Cool Me Down” with Gromee, INNA is back with a new song “Oh My God” released with a lyric video.

Written by INNA, Hannes Roovers, Isac Hördegård, Moa Pettersson Hammar, Gavin Jones and produced by REALM, “Oh My God” is a strong slaphouse track, highlighting her club-sound roots. After the worldwide success of “Flashbacks” from her “Heartbreaker” album, conquering chart after chart, “Oh My God” is only one of the surprises that INNA has planned for her fans and listeners throughout the world.

‘This time last year I was locked down in the studio. This is one of the songs that didn’t get to see the light yet.’, said INNA.

Bootmasters & Efimia – ‘Hot Hot’

They had this crazy idea of making lyrics out of the titles of the songs from the 80s. Most are exactly like the original, a few are only slightly modified. The difficulty was to combine all these songs into a story. At the same time, to revive the spirit of the 80s. That wonderful time in music history. Andrew Spencer delivers a great Nu-Disco remix for “Hot Hot”. Since his No. 1 cover hit “Zombie” in 2007 he is regularly with his songs & remixes in the dance charts! Takes me back to Lloret de Mar super clubs in the 80’s where you’d hear the dance hits that were going to break that summer in the Euro Dance style like Tarzan Boy “Baltimora” and Opus “Life Is Life”. Great fun. Out on ZYX Music now thru Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes and Amazon Music.

Donna Summer Tribute 1948 – 2012

The Queen – Can’t let the day go without sharing some love for the dearly departed Donna Summer who left us 10 years ago today. She would have been 73 in May 2021 and most likely have retired those disco shoes fully but she could sing the lower bpm songs wonderfully too as is evident in the slow sections of Last Dance on the Midnight Special live performance above. That show was all about the artist’s doing their thing with definitely no room for miming. Rest In Peace and thank you for popping your song On The Radio into my thoughts early this morning. Over to you guys & girls to keep the flame alive.. Donna’s songs are hitting over 6 Million listeners on Spotify every month so her star is still shining bright..

Donna Summer – Bad Girls Burger Queen Remix – 2A – 127 Disco House
Donna Summer – Heaven Knows (M+M Mix) – 4A – 132 Disco House
Donna Summer – I Feel Love (Marco Corona Rework) – 5A – 128 Teutonic Disco
Donna Summer – MacArthur Park 1978 String-apella Version – 9A – 132 Strings n Acapella