Jan Blomqvist Puts a Dreamy House Take on Carnage & The Martinez Brothers’ “Together,” Featuring Elderbrook & Mike Dean. Out Now on Ultra Records

In the ultimate genre-bending collaboration, the multitalented Jan Blomqvist remixes Carnage and The Martinez Brothers‘ 2020 hit “Together.” While the original saw Carnage exploring a softer side of his sound fused with The Martinez Brothers‘ driving techno, Blomqvist showcases his signature house style with groove-driven beats. Opening with soulful melodies, Blomqvist brings dreamy techno-inspired vibes to “Together,” playfully interacting with Elderbrook‘s emotive vocals. The original version of “Together” was released last summer as the first single from Carnage‘s forthcoming “Papi Gordo 2” album and included in several NMF Spotify playlists across the globe (incl. the Spotify‘s flagship “mint“). With a fresh new take on “Together,” Jan Blomqvist is stepping foot from more underground culture into the spotlight.

As the leading man of concert techno, Jan Blomqvist stands apart from live and electronic acts today with his fusion of soulful lyrics and nonchalant vocals paired with cinematic refrain hooks and tonal atmospheres that beg for desert dance floors at sunrise. Having played over 700 gigs in the last 10 years, incl. the biggest festivals and clubs in the world, such as Burning ManCercleCoachellaTomorrowlandBalaton SoundUntoldLightning in a BottleExtrema Outdoor, and more. He has released on Stil vor TalentArmadaDays Like NightsAnjunadeepSony, and worked with and remixed and worked with the likes of SchillerBooka ShadeOliver SchoriesBen BöhmerSolee, and more.

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