Timo Maas and Marc Romboy are working on a new single with AI

Since DANCE music burst into the morning sun over three decades ago, there have been some amazing collaborations.

The latest collaboration to rock the dance floors followed an impromptu studio session that came after veteran DJs/producers Timo Maas and Marc Romboy enjoyed an unforgettable back-to-back set together in 2022.

Exploring new creative territory, the highly anticipated “Zeit” was warmly welcomed by DJs and fans alike back in April.


Follow-up single Yume No Yōna was released last week and once again showcased the duo’s immense talent.

Yume No Yōna is a driving and energetic club track featuring AI vocal samples. Techno continues to be at the forefront of electronic music development. The synthesized voice adds a unique and captivating element to the track as it describes an idyllic, dreamlike situation experienced by the duo. The song perfectly combines the signature styles of both artists, with Romboy’s expertly crafted Moog bass arpeggios seamlessly blending with Maas’ driving rhythms and beats.

We caught up with Timo and Marc this week and they introduced us to ten great tracks including some of the new music they’ve made together.

Listen to Timo and Marc’s picks and read what they have to say about the music below.


Novalima – Beto Kele (Timo Maas Remix) (Nervous Records)

I recently surprised the band with a remix they had no idea about… the result is a very moody and upbeat Afro/Latin style rework… great for summer!

Marc Romboy & Timo Maas – Die Zeit (Systematic recordings)

Our first collaboration… German vocals with meaning, very distinctive modern electronic sounds! Great reactions everywhere… here is the live studio session of the track… love it!

Ken Hayakawa – Mute Air (Stripped Down Rec)

Super nice, very trippy journey through the cosmos of electronica… worked great in my sets. Watch out for Ken! More great stuff to come.

Sinisa Tamamovic – All lost for love (Night Light Rec)

Sinisa has been a strong force for years when it comes to riding rolling and tidy club tracks… this is one of his latest and he gives it his best once again.

Tal Fussman – Persona (Inner Vision)

Wild, powerful, more indie dance approach here… super driving, super unique!


Denis Horvat – Portrait of a Lady (Innervisions)

One of my current favorite songs that I play in the club. Denis knows how to perfectly combine excellent synthesizer sounds and classic house vocals. Fine dining!

Marc Romboy – Exeter (Awesome Soundwave)

One of the tracks from my new album Music Made For Aliens, which I released on Carl Cox and Chris Coe’s Awesome Soundwave label. I hope the aliens love this title as much as I do.

Rex The Dog – Change This Pain For Ecstasy (Compact):

The 90’s are back in a modern way. Another masterpiece from a British producer that I respect a lot.

Marc Romboy & Timo Maas – Die Zeit (Synthapella) (Systematic recordings):

We just released the other track with my buddy Timo on Systematic Recordings. Here’s the beatless synth-focused Synthapella version.

Robert Babicz – Light Of The Universe (Awesome Soundwave)

Our mutual friend and sound professor Robert Babicz, also on Awesome Soundwave.

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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