Sasha Rome Spins a Disco House Mix That’s Perfect for Spring

Sasha Rome

New York-based indie disco artist Sasha Rome flexes his abilities in crafting vibe-fueled soundscapes with this exclusive spring mix.

The warm days of spring have consumed the souls of dance music lovers near and far and the even higher temperatures of summer are just around the corner, making it the best time to groove the day and night away to some stunning tunes. But if you’re wondering who you should be listening to, look no further than Sasha Rome and his infectious, indie disco style.

Since first emerging on the scene just a few years ago with tracks like “Athena” and “Ukraine,” Sasha Rome began to blossom and reach new heights. He set for stun in 2021 with releases including “Communicate” with Lavera, “Monochrome” with ero808, “Grace” with Goodknight., and “Ocean Eyes” with CARLIE. This year has only seen him continue to flourish by teaming up with Supertaste for a remix of QRTR’s “Blame Me” and touching up Mazde’s NGLYG” as well.

Defined by his catchy guitar riffs, high-quality synths, and beats that you can’t help but bob your head along with, his tunes are the perfect addition to your life’s soundtrack. Yet Sasha Rome has done it one better by delivering a spring mix that is filled with some solid jams to make your listening experience even easier. Found in its hour-long runtime are a flurry of his own tunes and remixes, as well as others curated from artists such as Channel Tres, Pat Lok, Peggy Gou, Disclosure, and more.

Listen to this exclusive mix from Sasha Rome on SoundCloud, stay tuned for his remix of Geotheory’s “Dusky Rain Groove” that’s due out on June 3, and let us know where you’re vibing this spring in the comments!

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