The UK-based three-man outfit makes their Insomniac Records label debut with a frisky house anthem, featuring an enticing vocal delivery from London’s Indira May.
The UK trio flips the switch on their Insomniac Records label debut with a tantalizing house number, ‘The Lights,’ featuring an irresistible vocal from Indira May. Brimming with their knocking rhythmic persuasions, the single finds Jaded tempting fate via a frisky groove that translates on the dancefloor just as much as in the privacy of your own home.
In what increasingly seems like another lifetime ago—a time when nightfall brought with it a revolving door of options to turn the world into your own personal playground—there was a certain magic that would come to life in surrendering to the unexpected. Jaded channels that carpe noctem energy on their latest club construction, “The Lights.” Built around the idea of “walking into the unknown and leaving yourself vulnerable to whatever the night may have in store,” the three-man outfit flirts with the promise surrounding spontaneity.
Enlisting the lush lungs of London-based singer Indira May, the boys take her careful crooning as an open invitation to dim the lights and let destiny runs its course. Setting the mood with a thudding kick bubbling beneath May’s deliberate cadence, the track simmers with an intoxicating tension until it’s time to get down to business. Practicing patience pays off once the rollicking groove come into play, erupting into a gratifying amalgamation of luminous synth riffs, punchy rave stabs, blocky percussive hits, throbbing basslines, and looped hook appealing to the most carnal of urges. “The Lights” is an audacious house anthem that should compel every last late-night reveler to seize the moment like it’s their last.
Jaded is the brain trust between its founding members and close friends Nari, Jordan and Teo. Before bonding over a mutual affinity for the vibrant underground scene from their storied stomping grounds, the group grew more and more disillusioned from some of the pop-leaning projects they were begrudgingly going through the motions for until realizing an exit strategy through house music. It didn’t take long for their dancefloor-focused sound to move out from the local circuit and into global spotlight, eventually earning the stamp of approval from frequent supporters from the likes of Diplo, Jax Jones, Oliver Heldens, Fatboy Slim, and the list goes on. While the name Jaded might call to mind feelings of over exhaustion, only the opposite can be said about the forward-facing releases they continue to rep on behalf of the cultural connections that brought them together in the first place.
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Insomniac Records operates under the umbrella of Insomniac Music Group, which has spawned internal brand-driven imprints, such as HARD Recs, Bassrush Records, IN / ROTATION, Basscon Records, Dreamstate Records, and Discovery Project. Additionally, the growing network also oversees a number of artist-focused imprints, such as NGHTMRE & SLANDER’s Gud Vibrations, Shiba San’s Basement Leak, Wax Motif’s Divided Souls, Justin Martin’s What To Do, to name but a few. These new endeavors all serve as extensions to the ever-evolving community of Insomniac, which is dedicated to curating a diverse catalog of releases from across the dance music spectrum. More than merely just a record label, Insomniac Records is a destination where fans from all walks of life can discovery and enjoy choice selections from a roster that includes some of the best DJs/producers from the global stage. On top of the 200+ releases since 2016, Insomniac Records has also curated its premier EDC compilation series, featuring four EDC Las Vegas and EDC Mexico master soundtracks. Signing a roster of notable talent including Dombresky, Noizu, Biscits, SAYMYNAME, Yultron, and beyond, Insomniac Records continues to foster unique talent it firmly believes in. The unparalleled track record of success has pushed Insomniac Records to the forefront of established dance music platforms.
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