Axwell‘s electronic incubator better known as Axtone has been one of the most consistent anthem launchpads, still maintaining its golden standard while cranking out more releases than ever. Kicking off the year with “Wakanda,” later erupting with “Center of the Universe,” and showing no signs of slowing down after last week’s “Reverie,” Axwell continues to shoot for dance music’s hottest records — Don Diablo and Matt Nash‘s “Starlight” being his latest target. Both artists join forces, match talents, compliment strengths, and in turn have eached notched career milestones beneath their belts. More melodic and less four-on-the-floor than its predecessors, “Starlight” (aka “Could You Be Mine”) will find a niche in the dance arena when released on July 26th.
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