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‘We Find Ourselves’ Listening To This Week’s ‘Beautiful’ New Music | ICYMI Monday

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Jono Grant & Darren Tate pres. JODA – ‘We Find Ourselves’

Meet JODA: a fresh musical pairing with shared DNA. Jono Grant and Darren Tate have history. Both together and apart, they have been there, done that, and bought the vintage synth gear to celebrate. It was as if this pair of young-minded veterans were finding themselves all over again. Aptly enough, that fed into ‘We Find Ourselves’, featuring Grant’s own vocals.

Marshmello x Tokischa – ‘Estilazo’

“Working with Tokischa was amazing. I flew to the Dominican Republic, and we did the song right there. Toki is obviously amazing and talented so working with her was a lot of fun and I’m really happy with how the song [‘Estilazo’] turned out.”

Marshmello

J. Worra – ‘Burn This House (feat. Little Boots)’

J. Worra is reuniting with London’s critically acclaimed singer-songwriter and producer Little Boots on their new single ‘Burn This House’, an incendiary tech house track slated for release on Insomniac Records.

OLAN – ‘Promise To Keep’

An impactful mix of acid synths, hard-hitting drum breaks, and alluring vocals, ‘Promise To Keep’ seeks to capture the suspense and excitement of uncertainty. An expression of the trepidation associated with new relationships, ‘Promise To Keep’ was inspired by OLAN trying to make sense of “how one can connect to someone without trying to give anything too much meaning”. 

Disco Killerz x Liquid Todd – ‘Let Me Know’

Telling a story of lost love, Bullysong’s billowing vocals find a perfect home in ‘Let Me Know’ – a bouncing bass house production from Disco Killerz and Liquid Todd. The single’s catchy chorus will surely land ‘Let Me Know’ a top spot in all summer dancefloor playlists.

Jamie Jones – ‘My Paradise’

My Paradise‘, named after Jamie Jones’ iconic Ibiza party synonymous with warm nights and world-class DJ selection, sees Jamie explore disco influences with an earworm vocal and elegant keys, while his signature high-energy bassline and groove give this release boundless dancefloor appeal.

helloworld – ‘warning signs’

The in-demand melodic bass artist helloworld is leveling up his new ‘warning signs’ EP on Bassrush Records, a five-track package that bridges his signature glitch sound over to the heavier reaches of bass music.  

Francis Mercier x Roland Clark – ‘Holy’

Francis Mercier returns with an incandescent new collaboration with legendary producer/vocalist and Beatport artist of the month Roland Clark. Combining progressive house vibes with an uplifting message of spiritual release on the dancefloor and beyond, ‘Holy’ is another underground club masterpiece from Clark, one of the true icons of the genre. 

Claptone – ‘Beautiful (James Hype)’

Breakthrough UK artist James Hype delivers a sizzling tech house remix of Claptone’sBeautiful’ while maintaining the authenticity of the original as lau.ra’s vocals shine bright the whole way through.

Black Caviar – ‘Woke Up Feeling Good (feat. Savage)’

Sound the alarm – Black Caviar is back on Dim Mak with their new single ‘Woke Up Feeling Good’ featuring the iconic voice of Savage.

Spor – ‘Throw Down Let Go’

Jon Gooch – more commonly known by his Feed Me moniker – returns to his drum n bass alias Spor with ‘Throw Down Let Go’. ‘Throw Down Let Go’ serves as the second single from Spor’s forthcoming ‘Cave’ EP.

Eva Shaw x Jazz Cartier x Kris the $pirit – ‘Outside’

Outside’ serves to be another rousing addition to Eva Shaw’s multifarious discography. The track immediately kicks off with Kris The $pirit’s vocals, directly paired with a reverberating bassline with a hip-hip infused flair. The cohesive bass sounds and percussive elements continue for the duration of  the track topped with Jazz Cartier’s vocals at the halfway point. Kris The $pirit and Jazz Cartier’s bold lyricism and effortless flow carry on throughout the tune alongside Shaw’s pulsating production elements, transporting listeners to a fierce soundscape. Serving as an exceptional hop-hop hit, ‘Outside’, gives fans an exciting glimpse of the diversified music within the Multi-faceted DJ/producer’s upcoming debut album.

Knock2 – ‘gettin’ hott’

Knock2 kicks on the afterburners with his new single ‘gettin’ hott’, a dancefloor-sizzling bass house single that’s warming up the eighth season of releases for NIGHTMODE

Record Club – ‘Made Me Do It’

DJ/production duo Record Club consists of brothers Alex and Dan – and they’re here with the sole purpose of assuring that big room never dies. Well, the good thing is, even though it has never really left, it’s back and better than ever before with Record Club’s new track, ‘Made Me Do It’. 

Highlnd x Drowsy – ‘Save Me’

Highlnd sinks into another riveting collaboration alongside singer-songwriter Drowsy, arriving in the shape of ‘Save Me’, their follow-up release for the ever-expanding Lost In Dreams imprint. 

Wreckno – ‘EVERYTHING’

Wreckno makes his Four Loko Records debut with the futuristic hybrid hip-hop bass bop ‘EVERYTHING’, featuring dance music legend DEV and fellow Michigan producer Super Future. The gender and genre-bending Detroit-based artist, who uses he/him and they/them pronouns, reveals an iconic video to bring the colorful club atmosphere of the single to life.

Pete K – ‘Rubicon’

Rubicon’ brings Pete K’s deeper vibe but still maintains all those peak time club elements that will make this one perfect for sets crossing the melodic space. What Pete does, he does VERY well and this record is one you can’t miss.

Softest Hard – ‘La Luz (feat. Kali Uchis)’

Softest Hard is looping back around to HARD Records with her sophomore single ‘La Luz’, a Latin-kissed bass offering featuring esteemed singer-songwriter Kali Uchis.

Mansionair – ‘Happiness, Guaranteed’

GRAMMY-nominated trio Mansionair have finally unveiled their expansive, intricately crafted full-length ‘Happiness, Guaranteed.’ via Glassnote Records. Produced by Jon Gilmore (The 1975), the project is the result of a creative process with no expectations at the outset, writing for the sake of writing and letting the music naturally guide them forward. Thus arrives a complex offering, both sonically through their notably evolved indie-electronic sound, and lyrically as they examine everything from blind consumerism to the painful end of relationships.

Louie Vega – ‘Expansions In The NYC’

“In the past few years I’ve found new inspiration both from the musicians I’m working with and the audiences coming to see me at my DJ shows. So for me this album represents new beginnings, bringing together a beautiful mosaic of artistic perspectives to express musically what we call ‘Expansions In The NYC’.”

Louie Vega

*Featured image via J. Worra, Claptone, James Hype and Jamie Jones*

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