Following the huge success of ‘Hipcats’ (#1 in Traxsource’s main chart, #1 in Beatport’s House chart, #12 in the Miami Buzz chart and #13 in the Cool Cuts chart), ATFC and David Penn have gone all out with their joint return to Armada Subjekt. Almost a year after the release of the aforementioned hit, the Anglo-Spanish House icons emerge with a track that might even trump its predecessor in terms of sheer infectiousness: ‘Dynamite’


Listen to ATFC & David Penn – Dynamite


Staking its claim as a booming prime-time cut, ‘Dynamite’ picks up where previous hit ‘Hipcats’ left off. Cooked up from an explosive mixture of impactful drums, crackling grooves and eruptive vocals, ‘Dynamite’ is bound to set fire to the dance floor and the scene as a whole. 


ATFC enjoyed major success around the turn of the century, charting in the Top 40 of the U.K. Singles chart with ‘In And Out Of My Life’ (#11, 1999), ‘Bad Habit’ (#17, 2000) and ‘Sleep Talk’ (#33, 2002). In the years thereafter, House icons such as Mark Knight, Mousse T, Nic Fanciulli and Roger Sanchezbegan to take notice of his slick productions and masterful grooves, a trademark ATFC has honed to perfection. Now riding the wave of his recent success with ‘Hipcats’, ATFC has more than earned his stripes by continually reinventing himself and his sound, and turning heads because of it.


One of Spain’s most well-known DJ/producers, David Penn has a number of worldwide House hits to his name, including mid-90s hit ‘The Night Train’ (#1 in the Netherlands, #12 in the U.K.), produced under his Kadoc moniker. Throughout his long and prosperous career, he has worked with some of House’s finest acts and labels, and remixed tracks from a whole raft of notable acts, including Simply Red, Mariah Carey, Junior Jack, Sandy Rivera, River Ocean feat India (Masters At Work), Boy George, Josh One, Kiko Navarro, Michael Gray, Lenny Fontana, Robbie Rivera, The Shapeshifters, Joey Negro and more. ‘Dynamite’ shows that David Penn is still on top of his game churning out grooves and hooking singles at an impressive rate. 


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Offering up a mouth-watering taste of musical heritage, Belgian House star Maxim Lany finally unleashes his debut release on Armada Electronic Elements. Played extensively by household names such as Kölsch and Solomun in the months leading up to its official release today, ‘Renaissance’ is where the rich culture of House music meets the underground sound of today. 


Listen to Maxim Lany – Renaissance


A well-known figure in the Belgian Deep House scene, Maxim Lany has gradually become a household name. Having shared the decks with the likes of John Digweed, Sasha, Jamie Jones, Lee Burridge, Adriatique, Kölsch, Bedouin and many others in 2018 alone while releasing tracks on some of the scene’s most acclaimed labels, he managed to stand out through his internationally acclaimed, atmospheric signature sound. Now, with the release of a track that’s been so heavily featured in the live sets of many top names, it’s safe to say Maxim Lany is pulling out all the stops to continue his rise to fame. 


Maxim Lany: “I am overwhelmed by the massive response to ‘Renaissance’. It gives me goosebumps knowing that both Solomun and Kölsch used it as their secret weapons for months, and I really cannot wait to see who else will be playing it!”


Listen to ‘Renaissance’ on Soundcloud: