Afterlife finally drops Argy and Goom Gum ‘Pantheon’
‘Pantheon’ marks the first release in 2023 for the Tale Of Us imprint
Argy and Goom Gum
Tale Of Us’s imprint Afterlife has finally released the long-awaited collaboration between Argy and Goom Gum, Pantheon. The tune marks the first release of Afterlife in 2023
The single is called Pantheon and is available in the original as well as in the extended mix. The trio works together here for the first time and lets their respective energies flow into a powerful composition.
The result is a rousing vocal symphony that wreaks havoc with a rolling bassline, an urgent melody, and a spine-tingling breakdown.
Tale Of Us played Pantheon for the first time in New York at Afterlife at the Brooklyn Mirage. From that moment the record becomes a pillar in Tale Of Us’s sets around the world thanks also to its iconic visuals. The multitude of masks spin while an ethereal light shines on them, providing even more depth to the tune.
Argy has attracted attention in recent years with tracks like Ketuvim, Tataki, or Tibet. For Argy this hasn’t been the first release on Afterlife. The Greek DJ and producer debuted with his first EP last year, on the 7th of January 2022, opening another year for Afterlife. The EP amassed over 9 M streams on Spotify alone. Tataki EP soon rose to the top of the Beatport release rankings and Indie Dance charts, serving as the soundtrack to Tulum 2022 season. This event undoubtedly marked the artist’s pivotal crossover moment, taking him from the underground’s crème de la crème to a considerably wider audience. Argy recently teamed up with UPPERGROUND owner, ARTBAT for a single on their label as well. After the release of his first studio album in 2021 on Renaissance, Argy is on the path to success thanks to his incredible releases.
Goom Gum celebrated great success with Starboy and their It’s A Lot including original vocals by Depeche Mode. In early 2020, the official Tomorrowland radio “One World Radio” named Goom Gum as “One of the 20 artists to listen to in 2020”.
Afterlife Records is currently on tour around the world bringing Anyma and MRAK’s audio-visual shows with it. Afterlife just announced a new show in Miami for the annual Miami Music Week, besides already planned events in Buenos Aires, Madrid, Barcelona, and more.