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Masove & Brendan Mills create intense track 'Cinema (ft. Felix Samuel)'

Masove and Brendan Mills continue their much-lauded journey of sax house remakes, now delivering Cinema alongside Felix Samuel - best known for his 90 million plays version of 'Pumped Up Kicks' on Soave. A total of 12.5 (!) million monthly listeners are eagerly awaiting this release and they will not be disappointed!

Brendan Mills - Saxophonist, DJ, producer and entertainer from London. He is signed to "Place Called Home" in Berlin and his latest release "Alone" was supported by BBC Introducing. Brendan Mills is one of London's most sought after and experienced saxophonists and entertainers. He has played all over the world and for celebrities such as Richard Branson and is regularly invited to play at the capital's best venues, from the Dorchester to Westminster Park Plaza. Brendan also has a great love of house music and his previous dance releases have been supported by the likes of Oliver Heldens, Jay Forster (BBC R1), AJ King (Kiss FM), Benny Benassi and Mark Knight. The multi-talented entertainer has collaborated with chart-topping Kelli Leigh (of Duke Dumont and Second City fame), Madism (official remixer for Lewis Capaldi, James Arthur & Sam Smith) and BBC The Voice stars Moni Tivony and Jamie Johnson. Edinburgh's 22-year-old Felix Samuel has certainly made a name for himself as an emerging talent from the UK. With over 90+ million streams on Spotify alone, his unique style and catchy melodies have established him as a serious songwriter and artist on the scene. His music has been featured on fan favourite shows TV including 'Strictly Come Dancing' and 'Celebs go Dating'. He has collaborated with artists such as Tujamo, Madism, Jonasu, Karma Child and MACKS (former frontman of Dante Klein) and released on some of the biggest dance labels in the world: Soave, 3Beat (Universal), Onesevenmusic/Disco:wax and Heartfeldt (Sam Feldt's label) - the sky really is the limit for this young Brit. Enquiries - Contact:


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