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MARMOON & Bruno Bona Make Their GOODSIDE RECORDS Debut with “SHOWTIME”

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Goodside Records is thrilled to announce the debut of two powerhouse producers, MARMOON and Bruno Bona, with their latest Latin Tech House heater, “SHOWTIME,” set to drop this June.

Despite having only a few years in the game, MARMOON and Bruno Bona have already made significant waves in the tech house scene. Their impressive work has earned them spots on some of the hottest underground tech house labels around the globe, including CUFF, Hood Politics Records, RIM, Happy Techno, Terms & Conditions, We Are Freaks, and many more. Their rise to prominence in such a short time is a testament to their talent and dedication to their craft.

“SHOWTIME” is a perfect showcase of the unique strengths of both producers, blending Latin tech and modern tech house elements into an electrifying track. The song features slamming 909 grooves, rolling sub lines, edgy synth leads, and a compelling mainline vocal that keeps the energy high from start to finish. This track is poised to become a staple in sets and playlists, offering a fresh yet familiar sound that resonates with fans of the genre.

Listeners can expect “SHOWTIME” to draw comparisons to artists like Hugel, Cloonee, Andruss, John Summit, and Vintage Culture. The track embodies the same high-energy, dancefloor-ready vibes that these artists are known for, making it a must-listen for any tech house enthusiast.

Goodside Records is proud to welcome MARMOON and Bruno Bona to the family. Their innovative sound and dynamic production skills align perfectly with the label’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of electronic music. As the tech house scene continues to evolve, these two producers are sure to remain at the forefront, bringing fresh, exciting music to fans around the world.

Stay tuned for more updates and get ready to groove to the beats of “SHOWTIME” this June. Welcome to the GOODSIDE family, MARMOON and Bruno Bona!

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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