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Axtone welcomes Lost Prince with new singles ‘Alka‘ and ‘Kire‘

The two records feature progressive elements, deep melodies and catchy beat for a refreshing touch on Axtone

Bringing freshness with almost every release, Axwell‘s Axtone welcomes mysterious Lost Prince with a 2-track EP Alka and Kire.

Having chosen to follow the housy and techy path with its latest releases, Axtone has still continued to deliver high quality and fresh content. The latest release of, in fact, is a brand new 2-track EP from a new artist; the two records feature progressive elements, deep melodies and catchy beat for a refreshing touch on Axtone.

Kicking off with Alka, the track is available in both Original and Intro Mix. Containing a spoken word narrative on a driving melodic backing track, the record is a true breath of fresh air from the monotony of the “mainstream” music industry. Perfect for a deep and dark club Alka gives the way to Kire. The more intense of the two, the record ups the vibes with an energetic beat and fast percussions. A true club anthem that can easily work on the festival’s crowds all around the world.

Although the artist may be shrouded in secrecy, Axtone can confirm a slew of releases are to follow throughout 2020 and beyond. Even if the artist could seem mysterious if you’re not new to the dance scene you might have already heard about Prince Paris. Follow up project of the famous duo Paris and Simo, they decided to rebrand the duo with Paris as the only frontman but still remaining a duo on the production side. This time, it seems that Lost Prince is Paris’ solo project as on the credits on Spotify for Kire it appears Ian Placentine, a long-time writer for Prince Paris.

Anyway, both records are out now and Axtone has confirmed we’re going to hear more music from him in the future. You can check below for the stream or download it here.

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