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Sam Allan Entrances Us with “Regressive” via Gameroom Records

New York City’s own Sam Allan makes his debut on the acclaimed Black Hole Recordings imprint Gameroom Records with “Regressive.

Joining the ranks of some of the most notable artists in electronic music, Sam Allan’s newest single, “Regressive,” makes its way to listeners through one of dance music’s most prominent labels. What beings as a stunningly subtle and melodic intro quickly takes listeners on a journey, all before the bass comes flooding in just after the 1-minute mark. “Regressive” is artistically suspenseful, encompassing mesmerizing guitar riffs and intensifying crescendos. The builds and breaks, the contagious bassline, coupled with just the right amount of hypnotizing vocals, “Regressive” will have your speakers rumbling and rattling in the best possible way. 

Sam Allan has been mastering his craft for nearly a decade, having performed alongside some of the biggest names in music, including Zedd, Kaskade, Eric Prydz, Robin Schulz, Cash Cash, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, W&W, MK, Oliver Heldens presents Hi-Lo, Paul van Dyk, Laidback Luke, Cedric Gervais, and dozens of his very own headline shows. From notable venues like Marquee, Lavo, Schimanski, The Brooklyn Mirage/Avant Gardner, HQ2 in Atlantic City, and Somewhere Nowhere, among others, if you’ve got the opportunity to check out Sam Allan live — don’t pass it up. 

Fans can catch Sam Allan’s DJ set just before Halloween as he headlines The Haunted Library on Friday, October 29, presented by Deep Root Underground. Tickets for Sam Allan at The Haunted Library at The Williamsburg Hotel on 10/29 are available HERE

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