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Making her debut with the Confession imprint, Nostalgix alongside producer DANNY TIME are bringing down the house with their release. The two came together to drop a massive house tune “Locked & Loaded” that I’m sure made label owner Tchami proud.

It seems as though there may be a new music mogul among us that just appeared out of nowhere. While he/she/they seem to DJ greater than Martin Garrix, and is funnier than Dillon Francis, this soon to be super star may be on to something. Pickles’s new single ‘Body Work’ is a house-tastic smasher that will surely be heard on dance floors all summer long.

The boys of Ship Wrek have done it again. They are on a serious hot streak of releases and their latest ‘Super Freak’ is top notch. What is now their third release since becoming a newly formed duo, Tripp and Collin are truly showcasing their masterful production abilities. This bouncy house tune will surely be heard across the globe fitting right in with some of the biggest names in the business.

The newly formed, once solo act, and now duo, Ship Wrek debuted their first single as a group. ‘Party’ is a massive House banger that will surely be making its way around the winter festival circuit and beyond. This is just the start for Collin and Tripp (formerly of Part Native) on their journey to creating something next level and unique.

There is a hot new house music artist on the rise by the name of WOMP! With the debut solo single “L.O.V.E.” we get a glimpse into what is to come from this unknown producer.

French producer Dombresky, releases “Call 909” in collaboration with UK producer Samaran on Confession, Tchami’s label. This marks a new direction for the Parisian artist, as his signature house sound matures into UK house, garage territory.

Stop what you’re doing and thank the house gods that some new acts are still out there trying to forge their own identities. Courtesy of Joedan, we have a prime slice of warming House etiquette in the form of ‘Loved & Lost,’ a culminating bout of moody dance floor fuel and unprecedented sample work. Liberal use of Rihanna’s hooks from Drake’s “Take Care” float ominously alongside the somber club number, polishing off a very worthy slice of work from the anonymous outfit.