Submission Recordings To Release 2-Disc Miami-Inspired Mixcomp

With the new decade comes a fresh and exciting new entry into the beloved Miami compilation series.

Submission Recordings label owners Indi & Atragun have once again captured the atmosphere, excitement, and sunny backdrop of the iconic city of Miami.

With a slew of fresh and mouthwatering new exclusives, listeners will also take notice of the bold new turns that his years entry will be taking.

Back again are two content packed disks that encompass a variety of intricate music styles.

Disk one with its clever mix of Deep House, Progressive House, Techno, and Progressive Trance that help create the perfect beach feel for the daytime.

Disk 2 ramps up the BPM with its flawless selection of only the finest Uplifting and Psy Trance to drive home the night time feel of the Miami Clubs.

Those who yearn to start off the new decade properly look no further, here is your answer.

Disc 1 Selections By Genre:

Progressive Trance
Indi – The 203 (Intro Mix)
Tom Bro – Pacific (Ibiza Child Remix)
Emran Badalov – Repentance (Basil O’Glue Remix)
Diego Costa – Kuadratum (Original Mix)
Xpectra – Black Wings (Andrew Henry Remix)
Whosthefvnky – Coup De Grace (Original Mix)
Numedian – Tartaria (Original Mix)

Deepshader – Departe (Vanish Techdrive Remix)

Klassy Project, Lokka Vox – Dark Skies (Original Mix)
Kamil Brandt – The Final Stroke (Amine Maxwell Remix)

Disc 2 Selections By Genre:

Blaine – Nevermore (Intro Mix)
DJ Abscence – Soul Driver (Original Mix)
Atragun, Second Mars – Autumn Hearts (Sunset Remix)
Marco Mc Neil – Follow You (Original Mix)
Mark van Gear – Zamora Energy Nights (Original Mix)
Bloodfury – Sunlight (Original Mix)
Andres Selada – Alelusis (Original Mix)
Distant Identity – Alive (Original Mix)
Eldream, Mark Wild – Panacea (Elite Electronic Remix)
Elite Electronic – Hyperspeed (Original Mix)

Mix-comp Tracklist:

Courtesy: Submission Recordings

Release Date: March 30, 2020

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