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Above & Beyond, Richard Bedford — Bittersweet & Blue (A&B Club Mix)
Progressive trance legends Above & Beyond return with “Bittersweet & Blue” featuring Richard Bedford and the Club Mix version has me remembering life is made up of small moments like these… at-home isolation dance parties.
Daniel Blume — Catch Feelings
21-year-old Dublin producer Daniel Blume is quickly on the rise and his latest track “Catch Feelings” has the potential to be one of the year’s major crossover hits. While tastemakers may recognize his name from last year’s US Billboard Dance chart-topper “Who’s Got Your Love” alongside Cheat Codes, the young producer will soon be a headliner in his own right.
Sara Landry — Silicon Hex
Techno producer Sara Landry returns with her latest EP, Sacrifice and its second offering “Silicon Hex” was made for the dark dance floors of the night. The thumping kick drum immediately draws you in, while its ominous Kubrick nod and production make you wish the track would never end.
Loud Luxury — Aftertaste
Following the success of their international hit “Body” and a massive sold-out tour across the U.S., Canadian duo Loud Luxury shared their debut EP, Nights Like This last Friday and its opening track “Aftertaste” is one of its definite standout tracks.
Marten Hørger — Feel So Right
German producer Marten Hørger and NZ duo Otosan linked up for “Feel So Right,” a soaring, feel-good house anthem and I haven’t been able to put it down this month. Click play and get lost in euphoria.
Wax Motif — Keep Raving
Australian producer Danny Chien aka Wax Motif dropped his latest bass-heavy house smash “Keep Raving” earlier this month and the menacing track has a clear message, “stay inside / keep raving.” Chien makes it impossible not to with this dirty beat.
DEADLIFE — Downpour
If you’re into cinematic and 80s-inspired dark synthwave, Manchester producer DEADLIFE’s latest track “Downpour” is perfect for you. The classically trained drummer has fused his love of movie scores and electronic music to drop a haunting sci-fi feeling track.
Yaeji — What We Drew 우리가 그려왔던
Korean-American producer and vocalist Yaeji shared her latest track “What We Drew 우리가 그려왔던” earlier today and its dreamy soundscape feels like an intimate sunrise. The track is accompanied by a visual that shows Yaeji with family and friends in between colorful scenes, picturesque views and onions.
Duke Dumont — Love Song
Ahead of the highly-anticipated release of iconic artist Duke Dumont’s debut album, Duality, the multi-platinum producer shared “Love Song,” an emotional track with a thumping kick drum, alluring vocal samples, and tasteful orchestral elements. Stream the track and see our December review of Dumont’s Echostage show.
Kygo, Zara Larsson, Tyga — Like It Is
Kygo recently returned with “Like It Is,” an exciting house track featuring Zara Larsson and Tyga. The single is our first glimpse of the artist’s upcoming third album, Golden Hour and evidence Kygo’s sound continues to expand while maintaining the dance-floor-ready tropical sensibilities that made him an internationally-loved headlining act.
FISHER — Freaks
Last week, FISHER shared “Freaks,” the title track off his latest EP. The burning tech-house groove is accompanied by “Wanna Go Dancin’” which was released earlier today and proves the Australian producer is not taking his foot off the gas anytime soon.
warner case — Impeccable
On Friday, Brooklyn producer warner case shared “impeccable” alongside Subrinse and Beshootin. The house track’s immaculate refrain, melodic synths, and bouncing production are ready for mass consumption.
Porter Robinson — Something Comforting
Earlier this month, Porter Robinson shared his latest single “Something Comforting.” The track features a blend of Porter’s filtered and natural voice while launching into the unique and textured synth soundscapes that make his music unstoppable.
Boombox Cartel — Máquina
LA-based duo Boombox Cartel shared their latest single “Máquina” and its echoing vocal samples, escalating synths and propulsive bass-heavy dubstep will have your heart racing and feet moving.
Robot Love – Luc’s Song
On Friday, rising producer Robot Love shared his Dirtybird debut EP, Wallflower. The release features the irresistible tracks “Luc’s Song” and “Boxwood.” While both are equally worthy of your attention, “Luc’s Song” is an immediate journey you can’t wait to take again. Led by a thumping kick drum, it smoothly draws listeners into a blend of synths, percussions and organic sounds necessitating repeat listens for full appreciation.
In addition to the tracks featured, our monthly Electronic Spotify playlist currently features new music by wh0, Party Favor, Steve Aoki x Slushii, Daily Bread, Ookay, Duck Sauce, Disclosure, Love Regenerator, Hex Cougar x KUURO, Lee Reynolds, TOKiMONSTA, GODAMN, Matroda, Tchami, and 6+ hours of must-hear electronic music. Follow here for updates.
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