April 28, 2023 – Today, following the release of ‘Sober’ and ‘Misbehave’ (with Disco Lines), Ship Wrek drops a fresh link-up with Dillon Francis ahead of their forthcoming five-track EP. The latest in a series of collaborations with industry heavyweights such as The Chainsmokers, Galantis and Valentino Khan, ‘Night In Milan’ is one of the most energetic and uniquely structured tracks from the L.A.-based duo’s ‘NO GUEST LIST’ EP, which will see its release on Armada Music on May 5.


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Ship Wrek and Dillon Francis join forces again, following their collaboration ‘It’s My House’ in 2020, for a stylish tune that’s a potent blend of their respective trademark sounds. ‘Night In Milan’ brings out an edgy side of ‘NO GUEST LIST’, Ship Wrek’s club EP that’s sure to do a number on dance floors worldwide. Aptly named, a common thread of Ship Wrek’s shows – from Academy LA to the DoLab at Coachella – is an overflowing guest list.

Dillon has always been one of our biggest influences, and he was one of the first major DJs to support our music. Over the years, we have had the opportunity to play shows, travel and work on music together, while becoming good friends along the way. We were hanging out and making music, and wanted to create something that could be played in all of our sets. We’re stoked to be putting out another record together. Ship Wrek

About Ship Wrek

Los Angeles-based duo Ship Wrek, composed of Tripp Churchill and Collin Maguire, came together in 2019 and have quickly become one of the most prolific production teams in the electronic music scene. Known for their unique signature sound and high-energy DJ sets, the duo has released originals and remixes that have caught the attention of fans, press and industry heavyweights alike. Ship Wrek have gained support from artists such as Skrillex, Dillon Francis, Diplo, Jauz, The Chainsmokers, DJ Snake, Chris Lake, Zedd and Tiësto, all of which have played out their edits and music or collaborated with the duo. In 2022, they released ‘The Fall’ in collaboration with The Chainsmokers.

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About Armada Music

Armada Music is the biggest independent dance music label in the world. Founded by Armin van Buuren, Maykel Piron (CEO) and David Lewis, the label manages an ever-growing catalog of over 40,000 tracks, built up across twenty-plus years of specialized dance music exploitation.

Representing artists such as Armin van Buuren, ARTY, D.O.D, Eelke Kleijn, Jan Blomqvist, Loud Luxury, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Tensnake, THEMBA and Yulia Niko, Armada Music amasses more than one billion streams per month, airplay on leading radio outlets such as BBC Radio 1 and Sirius XM, and top positions in the world’s most notable charts. The label also takes great pride in major achievements such as Armin van Buuren’s GRAMMY nomination for ‘This Is What It Feels Like’, Loud Luxury and Brando’s ‘Body’ surpassing one billion streams on Spotify and breaking artists such as Lost Frequencies into global stardom.

Across offices in Amsterdam (HQ), New York, London and Laren (NL), Armada Music offers a truly global appeal to its growing roster. The label has its own club, radio studio and multiple production studios, and hosts various live formats. Producer platform Armada University, which offers educational products and opportunities, shows the label’s sustained effort to nurture the next wave of talent.

In 2023, Armada Music launched BEAT Music Fund, the world’s first dance music investment company, that acquires catalogs with the mission of honoring, representing and reinvigorating them. BEAT’s portfolio will continue to grow; in the first six months following its launch, BEAT acquired the catalogs of, among others, electronic music star ARTY, house and techno pioneer Kevin Saunderson’s KMS Records, legendary NYC-based house label King Street Sounds and chart-topping producers Chocolate Puma.

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