Nicole Moudaber is a name that needs no introduction — and she recently dropped an enthralling new EP she describes as “the most important of her career.”
Featuring Club Space icon Alan T, “The Volume” and “The Music Is Mine” transport our minds into the thick of the night, to a time and place where the music, the volume control us. The double-threat release genuinely reminds us of what we’ve been missing out on, championing club culture to the utmost degree.
“The Volume” is a pure party starter, guided by Alan T’s hypnotic vocals and a rolling techno beat signature of Moudaber. Soft synths and hats build interest as the production heats up, then shaking rhythm adds to the mix before moving into the track’s entrancing heart and center. This is where Alan T really shines, leading into one more gentle yet impactful groove that drives “The Volume” even further into the night.
The official music video radiates club energy, featuring beautiful, colorful people, flashing lights and short cuts of Moudaber playing on stage, while Alan T takes to the megaphone. As the camera walks us up the stairs, we see painted words that resonate: TECHNO | LOVE | DEEP | CLUB SPACE | COEXIST | ALL NIGHT | NO HOMOPHOBIA | CLUB SPACE.
“The Music Is Mine” picks up with a heavy kick and spaced out vocals that reiterate and reverberate throughout the production. Delicate rave elements are introduced, moving in and out of the mix in organic fashion, carving out ample room to get lost in — and even surrender to — the music.
Needless to say, we have The Volume / The Music Is Mine EP on repeat. See the must-watch music video for “The Volume” and scroll down to hear both cuts from Nicole Moudaber and Alan T.