What's New From March 27th!
The month of March has come to a close and we've witnessed some of the best dance hits within this year thus far. We've got to experience some of the best remixes and hit tracks from bass to house artists. Check out who made our top 10 this week!
10. San Holo & Broods - Honest (Midnight Kid Remix)
Bitbird founder, San Holo, released a lovely track “Honest” with Broods late last year. Just when you didn't think this song could get any better, it just did. Midnight Kids brought forth a heavenly perspective with super saw synths and swing transitions. Take a listen for yourself and fall in love with the track all over again.
9. Brohug - Party Out
Swedish trio BROHUG is back with another slammer in the bass house world. Their sonic style this time ranges to a more tech influenced in "Party Out." This one is definitely one is our highlight off their EP "Mixtape 1." Check out the full EP HERE.
8. Paul Van Dyke - First Contact Edit
Electronic music lovers receive another advance transmission from ‘Guiding Light’ and but now we get 'First Contact' from legendary trance artist, Paul van Dyk. Paul joined forces with Kinetica (Dee Henry) on this track and it just may be the new trance banger. Check it out if you're looking for maximum spiritual elevation, with the deepest of feel good impacts.
7. Moon Boots- Clear (Wookie Remix)
Moon Boots received a pretreatment by Wookie who is one of the most influential acts of UK Garage. Wookie now offering up signature rework for Moon Boot's track, layering Nic Hanson’s soulful vocal over a bumpin’ bassline and broken percussive beats. This remix is perfectly fitting with Garrett David, who hones in on the original electronic-funk feel with bright staccato synths layered with classic Chicago house chords.
6. Dr. Fresch -THICC
Dr. Fresch brings consistency with his heavy releases, "THICCC." This track reignites Dr. Fresch’s hot streak of drops, making good use of his trademark fusion of heavy bass and G-house sounds. Take a listen on why this track is well deserved in our top 10!
5. MUSTDIE! - NERVE DAMAGE
The NeverSayDie artist that makes songs to die for, MUST DIE! His new track, "NERVE DAMAGE,” depicts a well cut heavy bass piece of art. The dubstep artist continues to break barriers and displays quick switches in the track that keeps us anticipating more.
4. CamelPhat & Cari Golden - Freak
CamelPhat comes back with their first tech ouse release of 2020. ‘Freak’ will may be the next tech house tune. The dark tones control the background as we progress into the lyrics which excites our brains on the lead of the dance floor. Get ready to put your dancing shoes onto this track.
3. Nicky Romero - Replica
Protocol label head and iconic artist Nicky Romero releases his highly anticipated "Redefine" EP, featuring two brand new club tracks. One of the club tracks off the EP, 'Replica,' brings up images of dancing crowds in packed clubs, sending a message to the world that he is not even close to relinquishing his hold on electronic music. Love this track!
2. Steve Aoki & Sushi - One True Love
Is this true love? 'One True Love' introduces itself with sweet delicate synths but also quickly leads itself with a big drop that has both Aoki and Slushii all over it. This is the perfect single to blast and dance to at home. Take a listen!
1. Seven Lions - What's Done Is Done
What's done is done, and we're glad it's finally here! Seven Lions brought so much anticipation to his new EP Find Another Way this week! Find Another Way blends beautiful acoustic songwriting and vocal performances, heavy and melodic dubstep, psytrance, piano and trance influences, precisely tuned sound design and even chilled-out house vibes. The highlight single 'What's Done Is Done' with April Bender ties the EP together with its incredible story telling.
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about the writer
Read More...Ashley Lopez is a SoCal based writer who is proactive in the music industry. While she is a festival goer herself, she's also been a taste-maker for artist owned labels for Diplo and Steve Aoki. During her college career, Ash constructed a course at UC Riverside for electronic dance music culture, history, and industry studies that gained significant coverage on social media.
You may catch her behind the decks as she's also a music producer in the making crafting her sound at Icon Collective. Outside of the EDM life, Ash has other specialties that keep her going. You may run into her skating on the beach, kickboxing at the gym, or reading books on how to improve your life. Some of her favorite acts in dance music are Seven Lions, Kompany, i_o, Wax Motif, and Drezo.