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Twinflame & Rozegarden combine with Maximo on ‘I Want You’


Twinflame & Rozegarden are fresh off their debut Splash House Performance & also sitting with the #1 Tech House release in the world.

If you’ve been keeping your ear to the underground or listening to Data Transmission Radio on 3rd Friday of the Month, chances are you’ve heard of the rising duo Twinflame & Rozegarden. Hailing from Southern California, the two producers have been working tirelessly over the years to craft their sound of sexy, groove-oriented House music influenced by labels like Defected, Glasgow Underground, Simma Black, and LoveJuice. With a string of releases on LoveJuice, Motive Records, Top Shelf Disco, and Amplified Records and artist support from major players like Dombresky, Mark Knight, Sam Divine, George Mensah, Jess Bays, Sammy Porter, and Idris Elba, the boys are poised for a big second half of 2022.

Drake Atlee, aka Twinflame, is of Filipino and Syrian descent and music has been an integral part of his life as long as he can remember. The term “Twinflame” is a reference to the deepest, most powerful connection two souls can have.

As Drake explains it, “the connection with another is like a mirror in which the two reflect each other’s deepest desires, insecurities, and shadows in an effort to become whole again”.

Coupled with Twinflame’s calling to bring his brand of dance music to the world, and a path of enlightenment offered by the healing powers of psychedlics, Twinflame has chosen to shine his light to help others live a life fueled by love and passion.

Cameron Rosales, the latter meaning “Collection of Roses”, adopted the name Rozegarden as a nod to his Spanish inheritance. Similar to Twinflame, Rozegarden has been on a path of enlightenment. Earlier in Cameron’s life, as he was losing his battle with alcoholism, he came to a crossroads with a tough decision to make: clean his act up or go down a path that could permanently harm his life.

Music had been engraved in his personality since childhood: having family ties to Funk and R&B, as well as relatives in the performing arts industry. But at this crossroads staying alive and healthy was his only concern. House music entered his life in the most unexpected way possible: when Rosales moved into sober living just outside of LA he was introduced to DJing by spinning old House records to pass the time in the recovery home. Cameron quickly fell in love with the way house music made him feel in an extremely lonely time full of self-reflection. 

Shortly after Twinflame and Rozegarden’s individual journeys intertwined with each other, they made it their mission to share the joy of House music with the world while staying true to their bodies and minds. Beyond working tirelessly in the studio and gigging from coast to coast, they’ve been busy building their record label Top Shelf Disco. And with all of that grit and determination, the boys have just finished playing their first-ever performance at Splash House in Palm Springs, CA.

Not only did the duo spin their brand of infectious feel-good House music this past weekend at Splash House, featuring guest vocalist Terrell Carter (with whom they have an upcoming track), they have a brand new EP out last week on the ever-popular Hood Politics Records.

The two-track EP contains the original record “I Want You” by Rozegarden and rising star Maximo, with remix duties coming from Twinflame. The EP is already #1 worldwide on the Beatport Tech-House release charts, and quickly climbing toward #1 overall.

TwinRose Radio returns this Friday 19th August on Data Transmission Radio at 9pm and Check out the EP here and grab it on Beatport Now!

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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