Emerging from the underground dance scene of Scotland, Calvin Logue is a name that has rapidly risen to the watchlists of many — and having already garnered support from the likes of Adam Beyer, Kölsch and Dense & Pika in one year alone, it looks like Calvin’s image in the house music industry is becoming pretty solid. Well, now he’s about to soar even higher with another instant classic that will help to define his growing repertoire.
Shortly after his last release, “Less Is More,” the Calvin Logue is ready to return to Spinnin’ Records with an epic tech house banger called, “Mysteryland.”
Encased in a nerve stimulating blend of smooth tech house coated grooves and a magnetic bassline, “Mysteryland“ softly pulls you in, warming you up for the breathless energy it commands. As the beats progress, the track violently bows your heartstrings with a spine tingling rhythm that quickly unveils its awe inspiring power. You’re then forever lost in its cloud-like allure, and now its only moments before the track strikes you in full with the venom of its melodic synth filled climax.
An overall impressive composition, “Mysteryland“ hisses at you from the very beginning, demanding the attention it rightfully deserves and ultimately gains. Favored by the influential legends Carl Cox, Will Atkinson, and Pete Tong, Calvin Logue’s latest piece is already an anthemic success — just prepare for mayhem once it hits store shelves.
“Mysteryland” will be made available for all platforms via Spinnin’ Deep on Monday, the 19th. But for now, you can preview the track here.