Sovereign Records release fresh new compilation album

Cutting-edge music label Sovereign Records has confirmed its new compilation album, ‘Sovereign Collection Volume 1’, is now available for purchase and streaming online (released July 2nd.. 

As COVID-19 restrictions start to lift in the UK and much of the world, the release comes just in time to kick off a summer of parties and widespread celebration. Its tracks have been carefully selected to suit all types of events and dance floors, while offering an experimental edge you won’t find in any other dance music compilation. 

Showcasing the best artists currently working in the dance and EDM genres, the album contains an eclectic mix of sounds sure to please all types of music lovers. Up-and-coming musicians featured in the compilation include High Card, Mariline, Hidde van Way, and youngster Brenton Mattheus, whose inventive remixes have been wowing fans since he was a teenager. Lovers of deep house and traditional groove will also be delighted to hear that Moroccan EDM producer and DJ Choujaa makes an appearance.  

A company spokesman for Sovereign Records said: “We’re hyped to be unleashing such a phenomenal compilation just in time for summer. Music lovers around the world are itching to get back on dance floors, and these tracks are sure to get people back into the swing of dancing, laughing, and loving life together.”

Sovereign Records was created with the sole purpose of discovering amazing talent operating within the EDM and dance genres. It was founded by a collective of music industry veterans committed to promoting the work of young and little-known artists. 

Today, Sovereign Records plays a vital role in launching the careers of some of EDM’s most cherished superstars. It uses progressive and internet-based approaches to disseminating the work of its artists, without ever compromising its artistic principles. As such, listeners of the new compilation album are sure to discover new sounds that will keep them coming back for more.

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