Sam Allan Expands From NYC Local EDM Scene With New Music on Thomas Gold’s Fanfare Records

Starting off the new year with a bang, NYC-based DJ/producer Sam Allan returns with his brand new single “Why Don’t You Love Me” feat. Daudia. The song is out on Thomas Gold’s acclaimed Fanfare Records as of Friday, January 14.

As a go-to local talent, Sam Allan is emerging as a leading breakout artist within the electronic dance music (EDM) community. “Why Don’t You Love Me” via Fanfare Records is another quality record from Sam Allan, which showcases his artistry. Expression in its truest form, “Why Don’t You Love Me” is a high energy, pop-infused, house anthem, which is perfectly accompanied by the soaring and eloquent vocals of Daudia. As an eclectic artist with an extensively diverse music taste, Sam Allan perfects the main-stream dance sound on “Why Don’t You Love Me,” which embodies elements of emotional electronic, and house, intertwined with a hypnotizing topline from Daudia. Melodic, uplifting, and contagiously addicting, “Why Don’t You Love Me” will be an early addition to your EDM playlists for 2022.

When it comes to “Why Don’t You Love Me,” Sam Allan says:

“It was great having the opportunity to work with Daudia on my newest original ‘Why Don’t You Love Me.’ We’re really excited to finally be able to share it with everybody, especially on a label as notable as Thomas Gold’s Fanfare Records.”

Prior to the latest mid-January release from Sam Allan, the breakout artist released his single “It’s My Life” feat. Kris Kiss on Dec. 3 through Future House Cloud. Taking on the immensely popular Bon Jovi classic that started off the 2000s, “It’s My Life” followed Sam Allan’s October release, “Regressive,” which dropped through one of dance music’s most prominent labels, Black Hole Recordings imprint Gameroom Records.

Sam Allan has already performed with top acts such as Zedd, Kaskade, Eric Prydz, Robin Schulz, Cash Cash, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, W&W, MK, Oliver Heldens presents Hi-Lo, Paul van Dyk, Laidback Luke, Cedric Gervais, and his own headline events. From notable venues like Marquee, Lavo, Schimanski, The Brooklyn Mirage/Avant Gardner, HQ2 in Atlantic City, and Somewhere Nowhere, when Sam Allan is in your area you’ll definitely want to catch him live.

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New York native Sam Allan grew up bumping rock, rap, and pop in his headphones on a random adventure into the City, he discovered the infamous venue “Twilo.” They guest-starred international DJs every Friday night, addicted to the spinning and scratching of the discs, the bass of the speakers, and the crowd going wild, needless to say, he had fallen in love. Sam Allan has been a beloved DJ on the New York City club circuit for several years. He has performed regularly at many of New York City’s hottest venues, such as Somewhere Nowhere, Marquee, Schimanski, LAVO, and Brooklyn Mirage Avant Gardner. In addition to his frequent performances and DJ sets, Allan has also spent each year since 2015 honing his production chops and developing his own distinct sound — a highly original blend of house, techno, progressive, and trance. In 2019 Sam landed supporting gigs for some of the finest names in the industry, including the ball drop for Kaskade’s NYE show at Marquee (for a third consecutive year), and opening sets for Eric Prydz on three stops of his most recent HOLO tour. 2021 looks just as promising. In the studio, this year has seen added releases on notable labels such Thomas Gold’s Fanfare records, DJ Chuckie Dirty Dutch, Blackhole Recordings sub-label, and more expected. Sam Allan has been gaining traction on Spotify with his hit “Find A Better Way” with Nino Lucarelli, this has helped spur a strong surge on Spotify.




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