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  • Sam Allan Releases Hypnotic Single “Regressive” Via Gameroom Records


    Sam Allan has been mastering his craft for nearly a decade, having performed alongside some of the biggest names in music, including Zedd, Kaskade, Eric Prydz, Robin Schulz, W&W, MK, and Laidback Luke. He’s incredible behind the decks and rightfully has played some of the finest clubs on the east coast like Marquee, Lavo, and The Brooklyn Mirage/Avant Gardner.

    Now, he’s making his debut on Gameroom Records, a sub label of the iconic Black Hole Recordings, with “Regressive“. It’s progressive trance at its finest, featuring a hypnotic melody and ethereal instruments to accompany. Regressive” is artistically suspenseful, encompassing mesmerizing guitar riffs and intensifying crescendos. It’s so clever at every turn, making this song to be a sure hit in it’s field.

    Here’s what Sam Allan had to say about it:

    “‘Regressive’ is a track that really hits deep into the passions of the sets I’ve been playing over the course of the pandemic. All of those sets are what inspired me to make ‘Regressive.’ I wanted to portray a deeper, emotional vibe with high energy!”

    Listen to “Regressive” by Sam Allan below!


    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Sam Allan Releases Hypnotic Single “Regressive” Via Gameroom Records

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