There’s no denying that main stage dance music is dominated by the same names and the same faces, such as Hardwell, Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren, and even Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, year in and year out, but Niles Hollowell-Dhar, also known as KSHMR, has managed to break into this elite club with his unique take on progressive house. Since the release of his track, “Megalodon,” KSHMR has been on a steady rise in the progressive house arena, which ultimately culminated in a collaboration with Tiesto, “Secrets,” that has dominated the festival scene. Now, the ex-Cataracs producer has delivered his latest solo effort, “JAMMU,” an Indian-inspired take on progressive house.

In a space where creativity is hard to find and the same sounds often get recycled in different releases, KSHMR manages to infuse progressive house with a breath of fresh air through his Asian influences. The driving chord progressions, glittering synth stabs, and upbeat string arrangements are further bolstered by a chopped and screwed Indian vocal sample. “JAMMU” has already received support from a ton of big names, so don’t be surprised to hear this dominating the main stage this summer. Check out “JAMMU” below and get your copy on Beatport.

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