Some team-ups in the world of dance music are just made to shatter expectations, and this is one of them.
Canadian Grammy nominees Sultan + Shepard know what it takes to produce a top-quality hit record, and they might have just created their next one.
Sultan + Shepard throw it back to the ’80s on their newest track “High on Emotion,” a modern-day take on Chris de Burgh’s iconic 1984 hit that proves club culture is as alive and thriving as ever.
The wonderful and inspiring thing about albums is how it allows artists to become the best version of themselves. Some might stick to a general feel, vibe or even genre as far as singles go, but when the notion of an album enters the equation, all previously self-imposed limitations are thrown overboard in favor of reinventing one’s self, of reshaping the artistic narrative.
If there’s anything the past has taught us, it’s that Sultan + Shepard are always on top of their game, no exceptions.
Austin, Texas-based duo Tritonal are taking 2018 by storm with multiple new releases and an insane tour.
Within a month after launching their new Armada University brand, Armada Music and FaderPro have unleashed the masterclass platform’s very first remix contest.
Off the back of last year’s killer collaboration with Afrojack (‘LOST’), VASSY has lined up another stellar single that will turn heads.
After seeing Sultan + Shepard’s ‘Almost Home’ gain ground across the world, it’s high time to add some top-shelf remixes to the equation.
Though it’s already been eight years since Sultan + Shepard graced Nadia Ali with one hell of a remix of ‘Love Story’, the 2009 team-up finally gets its follow-up.