Spada Heads to This Never Happened with Two New Tunes


Dynamic DJ and producer Spada takes his talents to Lane 8’s This Never Happened with the release of North Sea / Cold Water.

The legacy of Spada runs deep in the realm of house, techno, and trance. Over the past decade, his music has graced labels ranging from FLASH Recordings and Ego to Anjunabeats and Armada, and this Italian clearly has no plans on stopping anytime soon. This year saw him add another label to his vast discography, This Never Happened, with the release of his track “Take Me There,” and now he’s returned to the Lane 8-led imprint with a new two-tracker.

Out now on all platforms, North Sea / Cold Water only further shows off the precise production style that Spada brings to the scene. These two progressive house tracks offer soundscapes that are intimate at their core yet simultaneously larger-than-life. “North Sea” opens the journey with a chugging beat keeping pace while Spada sets the mind free with soaring elements that will make you feel as if you’re flying over the beach.

I always make music as a way to physically disconnect from reality and imagine my soul transferred somewhere else. This time, I felt the joy of a cold water recovery bath, while admiring a snowy day on the beachside of the North Seas.


The second track to arrive from Spada, “Cold Water,” is yet another stunner from this electronic maestro. Much akin to splashing your face in the morning to wake you up from your slumber, this track is filled with the right amount of energy to help start your day off on the right foot. Yet there’s a deeper level of emotion that plays into “Cold Water” that will keep you coming back for repeat listens as the soundwaves wash over every sense of your being. Give this one a spin, it’s pure magic.

Listen to North Sea / Cold Water on Spotify or your preferred platform, and stay tuned for more from Spada by following him on social media.

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