Mainly known for being a regular in the live sets of AN21 and Max Vangeli and supported by Armin van Buuren in his highly-rated A State Of Trance podcast, Marcus Schossow’s newest single is finally out. Coming off the tremendous, Swedish House Mafia-supported remix on Red Carpet’s Alright classic and the established release of Acid Festival Champagne Bitches on Spinnin, Schossow tributes his native country by naming his forthcoming single release Swedish Nights. Deeply influenced by the warmth of Sweden’s bibulous Summer nights, Swedish Nights hits the radar as a notably dynamic club-banger with its pretentious transit from sweeping and embellished synth leads that underline a certain harmony as the track approaches its bumpy climax. It’s released now via his very own Tone Diary Recordings!

Marcus Schossow – Swedish Nights [Tone Diary Recordings] – Beatport Link


6 Comments to “Release: Marcus Schossow – Swedish Nights [Tone Diary]”

  • marcus schossow definitely deserves more attention, all of his tracks are very well made

  • Alesso?

  • @APAN
    Oh shut up you ignorant fool. Alesso is rather new to the scene – Schossow isn’t, and he has used sounds like this for years.

  • @Mads Umad?

  • swedish beatballs var bättre:)

  • @hampshizzle

    Not mad at all, just tired of 15 year olds thinking that Avicii, Alesso & SHM created ”house” music :) Not a Schossow fan at all.

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