Electro house was the dominant genre a few years ago. Then there was trap, big room, future bass, riddim, and other styles of music. As tastes shifted, new sounds began to take over live music stages, and the once illustrious genre began to sink to the depths of the metaphorical ocean. However, as the cycle repeats, it is once again time for electro house to take the top spot.
No Mana is leading the charge with Electromag, a 19-track compilation featuring singles from himself, Tommy Trash, Wolfgang Gartner, EDDIE, Bentley Dean, James Egbert, and others, which is available today.
“‘Electromag’ exists in a world where broke college kids trade wordpress blog posts for backstage passes,” explains No Mana in his compilation, “Where the French and Italians throw the best parties, and where the only cameras in the club are disposable ones. A world in which Electro House is once again king.”
Listen to Electromag below:
With its nostalgic synths and effects, as well as its energetic four-on-the-floor rhythms, the compilation is an unabashed blast from the past that will have you feeling like you’re back in the year 2011. From well-known names like Tommy Trash and Wolfgang Gartner to up-and-coming stars in the space like EDDIE and Bad Disk, No Mana assembles a whirling collection for the ages that includes both newcomers and established legends alike.
No Mana will embark on his Electromag tour in conjunction with the release of his Electromag compilation. The tour will kick off on September 4 at Day Trip in Los Angeles, CA, and will stop in major cities across North America before wrapping up in March of 2022.
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