Whether it’s underground thumpers or crossover anthems, everything Manchester’s Solardo touch turns to gold. Their latest collab with E11EVN – a relatively new another Manchester talent the Solardo duo are once again beginning to support, goes by the name of ‘So Far So Good’ and might just be one of their best yet.
This superb new track sees this talented quartet head towards that dreamy Tulum, ‘All Day I Dream’-inspired blend of progressive textures, groove, and melodies. The track emerges from a galloping rhythmic introduction to slowly reveal layers of atmospheric beauty, from cooed vocal samples to rousing synth swells. The lead synth arpeggio drops in for the first breakdown, its shimmering, succinct riff recalling classic ‘80s electronica before the brooding low end pummels the track into overdrive. A head-spinning, dreamy breakdown pulses and swirls deliciously before we’re sucked back into the anthemic arrangement. Expertly crafted for big room impact, the track perfectly encapsulates their effervescent fusion of genres that has propelled them to the highest echelons of dance music.
Solardo have rapidly ascended the ranks of dance music in the last few years to become one of the biggest names in the game. As at home making gritty club tracks as they are collaborating with megastars like David Guetta, Tiësto, Camelphat, FJAAK, Eli Brown, and Marco Carola, they have amassed a huge legion of fans across the world. Owners of three labels and of the incredible HIGHER festival in Dubrovnik, Croatia, the duo are building their own ecosystem to allow them to release, play and book whatever and whoever they want, and it’s yielding big rewards.
Coming through the underground as a clubber, E11EVN has quickly become one of the faces of the scene. Taking influence from the UK underground scene, E11EVN’s unique sound has catapulted him into a massively successful 2022 to date. He is without a doubt a force to be reckoned with, look out for ‘So Far So Good’ dominating all dance floors around very soon.
The born and bred Mancunian duo have blazed a mouthwatering trail to the top of the house and techno music world. The pair began their journey with releases on Viva, Repopulate Mars, Relief & Hot Creations where their ‘Tribesman’ release rocketed them to #1 on Beatport and laid the foundations for many years at the cutting edge of house music with hit releases such as ‘XTC’ with Eli Brown, ‘Move Your Body’ with Marshall Jefferson, ‘Tear It Up’ with Paul Woolford, and ‘Roller Coaster’ with Calvin Harris’ alias Love Regenerator. Outside of the studio, Solardo remain one of the most exciting and formidable house acts on the circuit. Fuelled by the success of their records, they’ve dominated festivals and clubs the world over and annually play at major festivals worldwide including Glastonbury, Tomorrowland, EDC Las Vegas, Ultra Music Festival Miami, Creamfields & Parklife to name a few. Over the past seven years, they’ve earned widespread plaudits for their encapsulating DJ sets and energetic performances but also as label owners and innovative forward-thinking Producers.
Coming through the underground as a clubber E11EVN quickly became a face on the scene in the major spots in the UK. Before long he found himself off the dancefloor and in the console filling a room with high energy driving beats. With years of experience and a passion for dance music, E11EVN found himself connected with some heavyweight house hitters such as Solardo, Skream, Camelphat, George Smeddles and Max Chapman. Taking influence from them and his schooling in some of the best clubs in the world, naturally he moved from consoles to studios. Signing an early production to Sola and setting about establishing his own place in the house music community E11EVN is very quickly becoming highly respected in the industry and someone any self respecting clubber should keep an eye on.