Electro House Maestro No Mana Makes Anticipated Return To Monstercat, Teaming Up With Multi-Genre Artist Voicians For Their Collaboration, “Justify”

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Monstercat fan-favourite No Mana makes a celebrated return to Instinct today, joining forces with eclectic producer and vocalist Voicians, with their new electro-fueled record “Justify.”

Drawing inspiration from nostalgic elements of Calvin Harris and incorporating a Prydzcore vibe, No Mana honed in on his signature 8-bit, flashy sounds while seamlessly adding a melodic punch to the new record. In the mesmerizing cover art for “Justify,” No Mana expands on his limitless artistic creativity. Using Aseprite, he masterfully refined the essence of the track into a pixelated gem. In this dreamlike atmosphere, he envisions two objects floating in his usual starry landscape, immersed in a sparkling colour palette that offers a celestial quality. A prime illustration of how he bridges his music and is showcased in his Gravity set, which steadily accumulates streams.

Following his debut on Monstercat in 2022 with a trilogy of singles, No Mana quickly cemented himself as a beloved Monstercat community artist landing #1 on Monstercat’s ‘Best Of Instinct’ with his hit “Yesterday,” alongside the coveted title of ‘Best New Artist.’ His distinct electro soundscape has found fans in deadmau5, REZZ (who remixed his track “Clear”), and Don Diablo. Collaborating with names like Tommy Trash, i_o, Uppermost, and EDDIE, he effortlessly proves that his sound is for the masses. He’s no stranger to the live circuit, uninterruptedly taking his multidimensional sounds to festivals such as EDC Las Vegas, Shambhala, Imagine Festival, Nocturnal Wonderland, and venues like Echostage in Washington, D.C., Temple in Denver, and The Circle in Orange County.

Voicians is a visionary artist who fervently coalesces a diverse range of genres into his music, spanning from thumping punches of drum and bass, raw power of rock, and chill electronic. Collaborating with No Mana before, he continues to grace the music scene with solo records, while also teaming up with names like Ace Aura, Andromedik, EDDIE, Muzz, and others.

No Mana shares, “Something, something, continuing my comical adventure of starry music and flashy pixel art. “Justify” was actually a track that EDDIE and I had started on, which was once a bootleg of “You Used to Hold Me” by Calvin Harris. I really liked the whole Prydzcore vibe to it, and added some sounds and punch to it. It has done really well in clubs and over time it passed through only small revisions and eventually we got our friend Voicians to jump on the track and make it an original.”

North American fans can look forward to catching No Mana, his galactical pixelated visuals, and “Justify” live as he heads to Atmos in Thunder Bay, The Palace Theatre in Calgary, and Freaky Deaky in Portland next month.


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