The single follows recent collaboration with Kelli-Leigh for ‘On Repeat’
Dutch DJ and producer Mike Mago shares a new single entitled “Recognise” out on Friday 29th May.
A danceable beat propels the song forward through swells of bass and glitchy keys. Reaching a crossroads between deep house bliss, progressive scope, and unassuming pop power, the vocals by Tim Powell culminate on the echoes of a catchy confession, “Oh darling I don’t recognise me” before a muscular and magnetic drop.
“Recognise” arrives on the heels of Mago’s latest single “On Repeat” with Kelli-Leigh. Mago graced the cover of Spotify’s “New Dance Revolution” playlist and claimed a coveted spot on UK’s “New Music Friday” as well as “You Can Do It,” “Ibiza 2020 Deep House, mix, Ocean Beach, Nassau Beach…” and more playlists. The rising star recently joined NGHTMRE, SOFI TUKKER, Matoma and more as part of the Blockeley Music Festival—a two-day virtual festival in Minecraft celebrating the recent graduates of UC Berkeley.
More music from Mike Mago coming soon!
ABOUT MIKE MAGO:
As dance music continues to evolve, Mike Mago is one of the best examples of how diverse its artists can be. His feet planted in both underground house music and mainstream sounds, he has earned worldwide support from DJs and radio alike. “Outlines,” his 2014 breakthrough collaboration with Dragonette, has racked up more than 25 million streams on Spotify and over 12 million YouTube views. It is 2x Platinum in The Netherlands and has been certified Gold in Italy and Canada.
His follow-up hits have included “Deeper Love,” “Secret Stash” (with Dragonette), “One In A Trillion” (with DIRTY RADIO) and “Feels So Good.” Billboard said, “‘Feels So Good’ is a funky house tune with more groove than a vinyl record.” With over 32 million Spotify streams, “Remedy” (with Tom Ferry, ILY) is his biggest track to date. Mago’s massive remix of Halsey’s “You Should Be Sad” was just released last month. Listen HERE. He has also done official remixes for Ellie Goulding, Avicii, Clean Bandit, Bastille, Tiësto, Charli XCX and many others. Equally at ease at working an underground dancefloor and rocking a mainstage, Mago has played festivals such as Tomorrowland and TomorrowWorld, the Ibiza isle and clubs around the world.
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