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Bobby Nourmand recently launched his imprint Deep in The Night and dropped the superb “SUBTERRANEAN” EP, now the Los Angeles based producer/dj swiftly returns with a brand new track that will surely find its way into sunrise sets across the globe.

“The Sun” is a sinister journey through a synth-laced soundscape of dark and deep house, the track comes complete with haunting, robotic vocals from Adam Engle of UK duo Blonde.

Los Angeles based house producer/dj Bobby Nourmand had a huge year last year 2017 with support from big media outlets such Mixmag, DJ Mag, and Pete Tong on BBC Radio, alongside a number of chart-topping accolades across Spotify, Shazam, Hype Machine etc.

To start off 2018, Bobby is unveiling the launch of his own label DITN with the release of his “SUBTERRANEAN” EP. The EP marks him moving into a darker sounding territory with a focus on dark bassline and hard hitting drums, it’s still soulful and moving house music but with an edge that slants toward a techno sound.

Today we saw the release of the remix pack for the excellent single “Mind” (via The Magician’s imprint Potion Records) from up and coming Los Angeles producer/dj Bobby Nourmand, the remixes come from Parx, Tom & Collins and Limits, our pick of the bunch is the remix courtesy of Mexico City-based duo Tom & Collins. They deliver a harder hitting clubbier version of the og track with sweeping synths, a housed up piano line and one filthy drop.

True to form, Los Angeles-based producer Bobby Nourmand releases a belter of a track and to boot it is available as a free download.

His new single “Dust” is deep house magic with blissful vocals, a subtle bassline, and a euphoric feel which would make this track one for those early morning festival sunsets.

You know how Los Angeles based producer/dj Bobby Nourmand has been responsible for some seriously addictive and soulful deep house gems during 2016, well it’s about time for another one. “D E E P In N Y” is a a reworking of his summer smash track “DEEP” and showcases swerving keys, rapping courtesy of New York based artists D.O.C. and Goodmorning and a dark, rolling bassline.