NEW RELEASE

Agrume & Lounes

#IndieDance #DolbyAtmos
Serial Records has a real background in the history of electronic music. With the aim of updating some of the label's songs, today, it's "Music & Waves" by Agrume & Lounes that's going to get this process. In fact, this reissue of the track gives it a smoother, more contemporary feel along with a Dolby Atmos mix. With "Music & Waves", Agrume & Lounes provide us with a beautiful summer track in the vein of those pop song remixed into Deep House tracks. But this one is an original: vocals and guitars were recorded for the purpose of the song, and it is fresh as hell.

Agrume & Lounes

Music & Waves (2024 Remaster)

Various Artists

We Go Deep Vol.7

KuKs

My Soul

KUSMEE

LaBelle

KuKs

Forget You

Grand Garden

Don't Wanna Wait


NEW VIDEO

Pokeyz

Keep My Cool
After the success of his previous singles, and getting closer and closer to the 1M streams mark, Pokeyz adds some Pop influence in his Electro-oriented production style and presents "Keep My Cool". With the catchy vocals, slightly reminiscent of The Weeknd's last gems, and the heavy 80s-tinted synth chords, the young producer here delivers a very solid track which might break through and be heard all around the world.

NEW IN THE ROSTER

Palome

Palome

Originating from Metz, in the East of France, Palome is a young man with many strings to his bow. One of them is making music.

After learning the guitar for a few years, he starts producing music at the age of eighteen. Less than two years after the launch of his project, he finally releases his first single “Wake Up” with Yllaw Records. In 2022, he releases an official remix for Richard Orlinski with international features such as Nicky Jam, Tory Lanez and Jon Z.

Deeply influenced and motivated by great artists of the moment, whether in pop or electronic music, he is constantly in search of new sounds in order to propose a unique and original music. He wants to create a true artistic identity and his journey continues on with the single “Can't Get Enough”.