Following on the heels of lead singles “Can’t Say No” with No Mana and Tommy Trash, and Wolfgang Gartner’s “The Original,” No Mana continues his unrelenting pursuit of making electro house great again with his enlisting of EDDIE & Bad Disk for “Electro Forever.” EDDIE & Bad Disk’s “Electro Forever” is available worldwide now, and serves as the third and final single from No Mana’s forthcoming Electromag compilation.
Fusing classic electro house with funky disco flare, EDDIE & Bad Disk deliver a collaboration for the ages with their “Electro Forever.” Aptly named, the track celebrates the resurgence of the quintessential era of blog-haus, championed by No Mana and his many enlisted Electromag artists.
Combining sultry four-on-the-floor electro grooves with layered disco elements, “Electro Forever” is atmospheric in nature with a hard-hitting edge.
Speaking on his collaboration with Bad Disk, EDDIE says the following:
“This is a rare form of electro house from myself specifically…we decided to go for a fun groove over all else for this record. Working alongside the upcoming talent Bad Disk on ‘Electro Forever,’ enjoy!”
In tandem with the release of his Electromag compilation, No Mana is set to embark on his Electromag tour, kicking off September 4 at Day Trip in Los Angeles, CA, and hitting major cities across the entirety of North America before concluding in March of 2022.
More on No Mana’s Electromag tour here: https://ihavenomanas.com/
“I gathered a bunch of friends and idols to forge a hammer that beats a dead horse that is electro house AKA ‘best genre,’” says No Mana on his Electromag compilation. “This started as a joke between EDDIE, Bentley Dean and myself as to mock nostalgic electro house (mostly the excessive releases of compilations and the ones that were ripped from YouTube). Now, I think the joke has gone a little too far; but we’ll go the extra mile. It’s in our tempo, bitrate, and pathetic crowd size…128 is the number of the beast.”
No Mana’s Electromag debuts in full on Friday, September 10, and features appearances from Tommy Trash, Wolfgang Gartner, James Egbert, Bentley Dean, and more.
About No Mana:
No Mana, nom de guerre of California-based DJ/Producer Jordan Orcaz has something to admit.
The years he has spent slaving away working on slide after slide of pixel art chicken nuggets, selling out thousands of the smallest capacity rooms he could find across the country, releasing half-baked originals and twice-baked collabs…. none of that has been for the fans. Not to make his family proud. No. It’s all been for one thing.
To create a world. A place just for him and his friends. Where broke college kids exchange wordpress blog posts for backstage passes, where the French and Italians throw the best parties, where the only cameras in the club are disposable ones. A world where Electro House is great again.
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Casting a palpable influence over the genre, Mixmag readers voted mau5trap among the “Top 50 Labels of the Decade”, placing it in the Top 10; since then, the imprint has been supported by dance music magnates Billboard, DJ Mag, Forbes, Insomniac, and The EDM Network.
More recently, mau5trap has maneuvered toward live events boasting curated stage takeovers at the world’s biggest electronic dance music events like Ultra Music Festival, Creamfields, EDC, and beyond.
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