With so much good music being released all the time, it can be hard to determine what to listen to first.
Every week, we offer a rundown of the top picks from the huge flux of releases, that you definitely must have on your playlist.
Gabriel & Dresden – Remedy [ALBUM]
A collaborative project alongside their 650 Kickstarter backers who helped craft the project, ‘Remedy’ grows from the intimate stories of ’No One’s To Blame’ and ‘Remember’ to the invigorating, more dance floor orientated, moments ‘Coming On Strong’ and ’Something Bigger’.
Sono – Keep Control (ARTBAT Remix)
ARTBAT duo was responsible for arguably the biggest single of 2019, a remix of Monolink’s “Return To Oz”, and it seems like they have began 2020 on a huge note, this time too with a remix.
Armin van Buuren Vs Tempo Giusto – Mr. Navigator (i_O Remix)
i_o delivers a ferocious remix of Armin van Buuren and Tempo Giusto’s ‘Mr. Navigator’. Driven by bulldozing kick-bass combos, crude hi-hats and the raw vocals of the original, this edit brings with it a natural aptitude for dance floor domination due to its extreme amounts of energy and power.
Jauz – Dangerous Waters EP
The five-track EP opens with the recently released ‘Bring Em Back’ feat. TYNAN. The track combining rave sirens, bass wobbles, and unruly drops, summoning all fans to the dance floor. This is followed by ‘Dangerous’ which centres around numerous colossal drops and the dubstep-inspired ‘There For You’. With the tempo showing no signs of letting up, ‘The Beat’ brings Jauz’s signature production style to the fore, while ‘Get To Me’ brings ‘Dangerous Waters’ to an exhilarating finale.
Duke Dumont – Therapy
A heart on sleeve, piano-driven vocal house record, ‘Therapy’ injects an anthem upon ravers. It follows on from October single ‘The Power’, a collaboration with Moroccan-English singer-songwriter Zak Abel that has clocked up over 35 million streams worldwide.
Boris Brejcha – To The Moon And Back
A driving, hypnotic roller, ‘To The Moon And Back’ is a no-frills club track designed for the late night dancefloor. Boris Brejcha combines his distinctive four-on-the-floor drum patterns with glitchy bass and stabbing synths offering up a cocktail of euphoric energy.
Drunken Kong – Neo
Japanese techno duo Drunken Kong look to kick off a brand new decade in emphatic fashion, as they announce the forthcoming release of their eagerly-anticipated sophomore long player, Where We Start. The first single from the album, titled ‘Neo’, is available to stream via Soundcloud here.
Valentino Khan – Pony (Eliminate Remix)
Eliminate’s remix delivers mechanical, trap-influenced basslines and futuristic effects, making for a spacey and headbanging-ready sonic journey for those fans of the heavier side of electronic music.
Erick Morillo & Antranig – Afrotech
A slick progressive house cut, laced with seductive vocal whispers and perfectly measured euphoria, ‘Afrotech’ is evidence of two gifted electronic music producers doing what they do best.
Zonderling, NØ SIGNE – Clouds
‘Clouds’ is a unique combination of both artists’ worlds – with a hard-hitting drop and smooth analog synth breakdown to perfectly balance the track.
Which one did you enjoy the most?