Featuring New Cuts from Bedouin, Adam Beyer, Lost Souls Of Saturn & TOKiMONSTA, Tale Of Us and Damian Lazarus featuring Robert Owens.
CircoLoco Records’ fourth release, Monday Dreamin’ Black EP will be available this Friday, June 25th. Featuring new tracks from Bedouin, Adam Beyer, Lost Souls Of Saturn & TOKiMONSTA, Tale Of Us and Damian Lazarus featuring Robert Owens, the Black EP is the final EP in the four-part series leading up to the release of the full Monday Dreamin’ album compilation on July 9th.
From back-to-back Essential New Tune features from BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong – Seth Troxler’s “Lumartes” and DJ Tennis’ “Atlanta,” from the Monday Dreamin’ Blue and Green EPs respectively – to new releases from Sama Abdulhadi, Moodymann, Kerri Chandler, tINI, Mano Le Tough, Jamie Jones, Deichkind X Dixon, Rampa and more, the Monday Dreamin’ series delivers a selection of incredible new music from visionaries and icons of every era of CircoLoco’s 20-year party history.
CircoLoco Records is a partnership between acclaimed video game creator Rockstar Games and global club culture icons, CircoLoco, with the goal of fusing the physical and digital worlds of entertainment to support and elevate dance music culture worldwide.
Please see below for the full Monday Dreamin’ Black EP tracklist:
1 Lost Souls Of Saturn & TOKiMONSTA — Revision Of The Past
2 Adam Beyer — Break It Up
3 Tale Of Us — Nova Two
4 Bedouin — Up In Flames
5 Damian Lazarus — The Future feat. Robert Owens
Representing house and techno for over 20 years through its parties at Ibiza’s DC10 and around the world, CircoLoco’s dancefloor has become a principal intersection between underground dance music and elements of fashion, art and wider culture. From the beginning, the club’s commitment to music- focused, no-frills club nights with mixed lineups and an eye to the future supercharged the careers of many DJ’s including Tania Vulcano, Ricardo Villalobos, Jamie Jones and many more. The launch of CircoLoco Records reinforces CircoLoco’s commitment to championing forward-thinking dance music artists beyond the club.
About Rockstar Games
As creators of deep, fully realized worlds, Rockstar Games helped propel interactive entertainment into the center of modern culture with the Grand Theft Auto series, one of the most successful entertainment properties of all time with over 270 million units sold-in worldwide. Rockstar Games’ reputation for supporting music and club culture spans decades through the meticulously curated radio stations of the Grand Theft Auto series and across its array of blockbuster games.