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Sandy Rivera, by all accounts, has mastered the realms of warm and traditional house music. Under the guise of Kings Of Tomorrow, his time at the helm of soulful house music has mustered a rather loyal following for his studio output, while recurrent releases for Defected Records have kept his legacy well and truly alive.

Summoning the unique silvery of vocal piece April, Rivera returns after the hustle and bustle of the Miami season with a Defected release that sets itself apart from the crowd with a heavy dose of effortlessness and soul. Say what you will about the current state of dance music, but the ‘Fall For You’ EP suggests that some sounds will never slip off the radar.

Out now on Beatport.

Sandy Rivera, by all accounts, has mastered the realms of warm and traditional house music. Under the guise of Kings Of Tomorrow, his time at the helm of soulful house music has mustered a rather loyal following for his studio output, while recurrent releases for Defected Records have kept his legacy well and truly alive.

Summoning the unique silvery of vocal piece April, Rivera returns amid the hustle and bustle of the Miami season with a Defected release that sets itself apart from the crowd with a heavy dose of effortlessness and soul. Say what you will about the current state of dance music, but the ‘Fall For You’ EP suggests that some sounds will never slip off the radar.

Out April 8th.

Ever since ‘Finally’ established itself as the don of all Balearic club anthems, Sandy Rivera’s Kings of Tomorrow project has continued to inspire awe for the realms of deep and melodic House. But having comfortably executed a strong summer contender in ‘Show Me‘ earlier this year, Rivera returns to Defected to release the follow-up, entitled ‘Let Me Tell You Something’.

Where Rivera’s own A-side mix plunges deep into the deep and bass-heavy House stylings that we have come to associate with his Kings Of Tomorrow moniker, the B-side sees him bring aboard Warsaw DJ Claudia Castel for an alternative remix of vintage synths and dark grooves throughout.

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Ever since ‘Finally’ established itself as the don of all Balearic club anthems, Sandy Rivera’s Kings of Tomorrow project has continued to inspire awe for the realms of deep and melodic House. But having comfortably executed a strong summer contender in ‘Show Me‘ earlier this year, Rivera returns to Defected to preview the follow-up release, entitled ‘Let Me Tell You Something’.

Where Rivera’s own A-side mix plunges deep into the deep and bass-heavy House stylings that we have come to associate with his Kings Of Tomorrow moniker, the B-side sees him bring aboard Warsaw DJ Claudia Castel for an alternative remix of vintage synths and dark grooves throughout.

Out December 3.


Ever since ‘Finally’ established itself as the don of all Balearic club anthems, Sandy Rivera’s Kings of Tomorrow project has continued to inspire awe for the realms of melodic House. Armed with the familiar vocal assets of Elzi Hall, the voice behind 2005’s ‘Hope’, Rivera returns to top form with little sign of toppling under the changing tides of his craft.

With Hall’s unique and delicate top line, there is a sense of Rivera’s return to the heyday of after club entrepreneurship. Pitting delicate chords and lightly ornamented leads alongside his familiar docile grooves, his calm studio movements make for increasingly stern ambience amid the audacious temperaments of modern House music. But in this triumphant return to Defected Records, old school certainly takes the crown for one of the genres more sophisticated legends.

Kings Of Tomorrow feat. Elzi Hall – Show Me [Defected Records] – Beatport Link

Kings Of Tomorrow feat. Elzi Hall – Show Me

Words by Dan Carter

Ever since ‘Finally’ established itself as the don of all Balearic club anthems, Sandy Rivera’s Kings of Tomorrow project has continued to inspire awe for the realms of melodic House. Armed with the familiar vocal assets of Elzi Hall, the voice behind 2005’s ‘Hope’, Rivera returns to top form with little sign of toppling under the changing tides of his craft. With Hall’s unique and delicate top line, there is a sense of Rivera’s return to the heyday of after club entrepreneurship. Pitting delicate chords and lightly ornamented leads alongside his familiar docile grooves, his calm studio movements make for increasingly stern ambience amid the audacious temperaments of modern House music. But in this triumphant return to Defected Records, old school certainly takes the crown for one of the genres more sophisticated legends.

‘Show Me’ is released on April 23rd via Defected Records.

Kings Of Tomorrow feat. Elzi Hall – Show Me

Words by Dan Carter

Hailing from Switzerland are the three aspirants behind the DJ and production outfit, known as Swiss Official. Despite their fairly recent debut onto the house scene, the trio is already emerging the well-reputed record label of Steve Angello with a piano-driven 2011 revision of Kings Of Tomorrow’s original composition of Changes at the forefront. The single that is taken from Sandy Rivera’s latest collaboration album on Defected, entitled Trouble, in 2005 has, thanks to an untiring, sing-along vocal on behalf of Malaysia’s HAZE, been playing an essential role in the ascension of the legendary American.

Coming out with their first, and so far only, release in January on Laidback Luke’s Mixmash label, Swiss Official are strictly sticking to some of the industry’s most renowned record labels as they are not only topical with this upcoming release on Size Records, but a single is also coming up on Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records. And they sure do enfore their worth of being unearthed and picked up by some of clubland’s most prominent characters as the captivating break-down of their refined version of Changes is perfectly knitted onto HAZE’s extraordinary voice. It’s due out soon on Size along with a remix from Sebjak as well and joins hereby in on the anticipated pile of Size offerings that also comprises Third Party’s Feel, DJ DLG’s The Ritual and the forthcoming artist album from AN21 and Max Vangeli, named People Of The Night.

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Having remixed the likes of Sharam, Flo Rida and Moguai among others, Sebjak is, yet again, marching towards Size towers to unveil his follow-up take to late 2010’s cut out of We Want Your Soul – the remix that has witnessed wildly acknowledged play time from the Swedish House Mafia. Coming off months of iconic conquest, which includes the successful outings of such hits as Technologic, Fallin, Do All You Want and the remix on Fun, the Swedish native is now commended for an official club revision on the refined Swiss Official version of the illustrious House music icons of Kings Of Tomorrow and the Changes classic, as released through their latest artist album on Defected in 2005.

Premiered as an encore in his preparatory live set for the Gothenburg edition of Where’s The Party? by Carlsberg with Axwell, Sebjak uncovers the first of his many forthcoming makings signed to the well-reputed record label of Steve Angello – Size Records. Discerningly built upon the soulful vocals of the 2005 original, the thrilling sing-along break-down uncloses for the Stockholm producer’s characteristic, leviathan bass line and elementary chords to kick in.

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Having successfully fired away a mixed version of this outstanding piece as a part of Dance.Love album in September of last year, highly-respected Kaskade returns to unleash the unmixed version of the track. Going on the heels of his brilliant remix of Daft Punk’s Rinzler, the American Dj and producer drops the his eagerly-anticipated remix of Kings of Tomorrow’s Finally, featuring the golden voice of Julie McKnight, for free! Don’t miss out and grab your copy now people!

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Being famous for their highly-supported bootlegs, East & Young now takes on the highly-respected Kings of Tomorrow and their everlasting trademarker, Finally featuring the amazing voice of Julie McKnight. This official piece has been signed to the prestigious Defected Records and is now available for you so go grab yourself a copy!

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