Martin Ikin Releases A New Feel-Good Floor Track ‘Feel The Same’

UK House legend Martin Ikin has released his latest single, “Feel The Same”, an instantly
feelgood floor filler that is set to light up the dance music world yet again. The song, which is out now on Ultra Records, perfectly showcases Ikin’s signature style, drawing influence from the 90’s rave scene, as well as being a festival ready banger!

“Feel The Same” is a highenergy track that captivates from the first moments, with its
choppy piano stabs paired with the euphoric vocals from The Melody Men, the record buildup to a heavy, floor shaking drop making this track the perfect weapon of choice for any DJ and the perfect record to kick off any party or club night.

The track is a collaboration with standout female duo The Melody Men, who’ve solidified themselves as staple Dance Music vocalists, featuring on iconic House Music Artists records, such as Mark Knight, Roberto Surace and Yousef.

Listen to 'Feel The Same' :

About ‘Feel The Same’ Martin says “This has been huge for me over the past few months, my DM’s have been off the hook since I started teasing this one out, I loved working on the feel good vocals from the hugely talented female duo Melody Men This one goes off”

Martin Ikin has been a fixture in the house music scene for years, with a string of successful releases under his belt amassing well over 100 Million streams on Spotify alone. His tracks are consistently belted out to the masses, picking up spins from some of the world’s top DJs, including FISHER, Wade, Dom Dolla, James hype, Claptone and more. With “Feel The Same”, Ikin is set to cement his reputation as one of the most talented producers in the game.

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Martin Ikin is set to continue his busy gig schedule as he embarks on gigs spanning the world performing at STAGEBOX (Denmark), Barrakud (Croatia), EDC (Vegas), Space (Miami) as well as Pacha (Ibiza) to name just a few.

Go to listen ‘Feel The Same’ ! Available on all platforms ! 

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