Ocean Roulette and VNSSA Conjure Up ‘The Magic’ on New EP

Ocean Roulette & VNSSA - The Magic EP

Ocean Roulette and VNSSA have joined forces in the studio to produce The Magic we all needed to hear this month and it’s out now on Holy Molé!

If you’re on the hunt for some tasty beats that will get your booty moving and grooving in the right ways then Ocean Roulette and VNSSA have you covered. Teaming up on their latest release that’s dubbed The Magic EP, it’s the dose of tech house you definitely need in your life.

Out now on Codes’ imprint Holy Molé!, the EP delivers tracks “Magic” and “Blocked Calls” that are both fantastic in their own rights. “Magic” starts off with some mellow house vibes before packing a punch with a spacey bassline that will surely blow your mind. “Blocked Calls” offers up an infectious beat and vocals that will have shufflers cutting shapes on the dancefloor in absolutely no time at all.

Related: Want to learn more about VNSSA? Check out our interview with her and listen to the exclusive guest mix she spun!

In addition to the two booming tunes are three remixes that add an extra twist to the mix. Sara Landry puts her spin on “Blocked Calls” and takes listeners into the techno realm with an absolute heater that’s perfect for those dark warehouses. Steve Darko and Morelia both take on the duties of touching up “Magic” and incorporating their own styles throughout.

Take a listen to the EP on Spotify below, download or stream it on your favorite platform, and let us know what your thoughts on the release are in the comments!

Stream Ocean Roulette & VNSSA – The Magic EP on Spotify:


  1. Magic
  2. Blocked Calls
  3. Magic (Steve Darko Remix)
  4. Magic (Morelia Remix)
  5. Blocked Calls (Sara Landry Remix)

Ocean Roulette & VNSSA - The Magic EP

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