Salvatore Ganacci “Horse Remixes”

Swedish producer Salvatore Ganacci has shared two new remixes of his hit song “Horse”, out now on OWSLA. Download “Horse” Remixes The original song and video have amassed over 19 million plays and now receive two stellar house remixes from Miami duo Black V Neck and mysterious producer Cityzen. Both versions slows the original down a bit and Black V…

Incognito Artist Cityzen Returns with Minimalistic and Bass-Heavy “Planet Rock.” Out on CYB3RPVNK

Incognito party-starter Cityzen, who was not sitting around for too long after releasing “Who Ya Gonna Call?” earlier this month, is back on CYB3RPVNK with a fresh blend of UK Garage and G-House vibes. “Planet Rock” is a minimalistic driving timebomb that merges piercing basslines and funky vocal hooks into a high-energy dancefloor killer, that will please both, newbie fans as…

Incognito Artist Cityzen Releases Dirty, Driving House Track “Crunk.” Out on CYB3RPVNK

Mysterious artist Cityzen is back on CYB3RPVNK with his newest party-ready single “Crunk,” appropriately named to turn any dull night on its head. The red-obsessed producer delivers a groovy, driving downbeat that grows into a booty-shaking, funky house anthem. “Crunk“‘s vocal hooks add a modern flair to its UK garage-inspired beats, making for another surefire dancefloor hit for Cityzen. After debuting on…

Cityzen Releases “Unicorns on a Rocket Launcher,” New Dark Club-Ready Single on CYB3RPVNK

The mysterious artist known as Cityzen just dropped an equally-curiously named new track, “Unicorns on a Rocket Launcher,” on R3HAB’s CYB3RPVNK imprint. After the first listen, you’ll quickly realize how suiting the title is: with bouncy, driving basslines, UK-garage and g-house influences coupled with a catchy vocal riff, one can almost imagine explosions of technicolor sparkles going off during its…

Cityzen Drops Underground-Inspired “Rave Tech Repeat”. Out now on CYB3RPVNK

After debuting on R3HAB’s CYB3RPVNK with “Sirius,” Cityzen is back with his second single “Rave Tech Repeat,” a meticulously crafted dancefloor killer with a heavy underground appeal. With its kick-drum driven basslines, snarling synths and funky melodies, “Rave Tech Repeat” draws inspiration from the darker and more covert genres of electronic music such as techno and tech-house. With his ability…