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DJ Kaskade – Atmosphere previews



Ahead of DJ Kaskade’s new album ‘Atmosphere’ release this September, he has made a number of previews of track off of the album, check them out below and on the following page:

The album title track ‘Atmosphere’ which features Kaskade singing on a recorded track of his for the first time in his career, debuted on Pete Tong’s radio show. With harmonic and, at times, ethereal vocals, ‘Atmosphere’ builds from a melodic tune to big beats and electric sounds.

“Everything this summer and fall will be about Atmosphere”, said Kaskade.  “I’ve got the single first then the album and the tour and I’m just so excited for all of it.  The single is special for me since it is the first time I sing on one of my tracks and with receiving a GRAMMY nomination for the first time ever on my last album, this album feels all that more precious to me because I really want to deliver in a big way.  With so few dates on the tour, I’m looking forward to making each show massive and really count like never before.”

‘Atmosphere’ tracklist: 

  1. Last Chance (feat. Project 46)
  2. Why Ask Why (feat. Late Night Alumni)
  3. MIA to LAS
  4. No One Knows Who We Are (feat. Lights) [Kaskade’s Atmosphere Mix]
  5. Feeling The Night (feat. Becky Jane Williams)
  6. Take Your Mind Off
  7. LAX to JFK
  8. Atmosphere
  9. Missing You (feat. School of Seven Bells)
  10. Something Something (feat. Zip Zip Through The Night)
  11. SFO to ORD
  12. Floating (feat. Haley)
  13. How It Is (feat. Debra Fotheringhamg)
  14. Atmosphere (Kaskade Redux Edit)

Previews of tracks on page 2.

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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