Europa – ‘All Day And Night’ (Axwell Remix)
Europa is made up of two heavy hitters in the dance music scene, Martin Solveig and Jax Jones. ‘All Day And Night’ is their first track together, which puts off a feeling of euphoria with its pop mixed with club vibes.
Ørjan Nilsen – ‘FOMO’
From the call-and-response melodies in the breakdown to the soaring synths and rumbling bassline, Ørjan Nilsen’s brand-new cut on his own In My Opinion label is exactly what the mainstage crowd yearned for. Add to that a fierce drop that supercharges the moment, and you know you just can’t miss out on ‘FOMO’.
Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano – ‘Love, Dance and Feel’ EP
After recently dropping the title track of this EP, Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano turn to the party isle with this four-track release. From the aforementioned ‘Love, Dance and Feel’ to the anthemic ‘Bring The Beat Back’, the crazy ‘Kneiter’ and hyper-energetic ‘Elephant Hills’, this EP will take center stage at Ibiza through the summer season.
Wave Racer – ‘Auto’
Named after a Nintendo 64 game, Wave Racer is influenced by disco and French electro. His sound is classified as “future” and “neon”, with playful energy and brightness akin to those in a Japanese anime soundtrack or heard on a video game. And this all truly shines through in his recent track ‘Auto’.
Super8 and Tab – ‘Thrive’
One of the most electrifying cuts from their ‘Past, Present and Future’, ‘Thrive’ is the epitome of Super8 and Tab’s uplifting magic. From the blissful breakdown to the dynamic melody and mighty drop, this track brings mainstage madness like no other.
Dom Dolla – ‘Take It’ (Jesse Perez Remix)
‘Take It (Jesse Perez Remix)’ by Dom Dolla is a funky blend of groove-ridden melodies and fluid bass lines embroidered with sound effects throughout. The Australian powerhouse DJ continues to dominate the dance music scene with countless smash hits and lively performances across the world.
Rodg x Sarah de Warren – ‘Fading’
Threading through Rodg’s second artist album (‘Fate’) with a darker take on his signature sound, ‘Fading’ is another sterling example of the Dutchman’s broad-spectrum skill set. Featuring a breathtaking breakdown, Sarah de Warren’s lush vocals and a cool main theme that sets the mood just right, this one’s sure to be a staple track in many live sets across the globe.
Alok and Sevenn – ‘The Wall’
Alok and Sevenn’s Pink Floyd-sampling single ‘The Wall’ is comprised of world renowned Brazilian DJ Alok and local Californian artist Sevenn. The two artists teamed up to deliver an underground, bass-heavy remix of Pink Floyd’s classic song.
Klingande – ‘Sinner’
This track is a captivating collaboration between French DJ and producer, Klingande and British artist Stevie Appleton titled, ‘Sinner’. Released via Ultra Music, the track is a showcase of Klingande’s trademark laidback sound and Appleton’s soaring vocal range — ready to make a splash at clubs throughout the summer.
KSHMR – ‘Dharma: Sounds of Summer’
KSHMR debuts ‘Dharma: Sounds of Summer’ as the first compilation album from his record label Dharma Worldwide. Comprising of a magnitude of international DJ’s, Dharma: Sounds of Summer is a collective project that highlights musical influences from around the globe. As much as it is an album, it is an experience. By blending different roots of house, techno and funk, the LP proves to be a rousing showcase of the artists’ ability to work cohesively under one project.
Borgore – ‘Summerlake’
Dubstep Kingpin and Buygore label boss Borgore is back with a monstrous new single and music video ‘Summerlake’. As the single leads with a dark and ominous tone, Borgore lends his vocal talents on ‘Summerlake’ who delivers sultry lyrics paired with catchy hooks. The single slowly builds into his signature “Gorestep” style with its high-pitched screaming synths and absolutely insane drops. ‘Summerlake’ gives off full horror vibes with heavy hitting baselines sure to satisfy headbangers and mosh-pitters alike.
Niiko x SWAE – ‘Keep On Calling’ (feat. Olaf Blackwood)
‘Keep On Calling’ is a groovy summer anthem by Niiko x SWAE that draws in listeners with the sweet vocals of Jamaican singer-songwriter Olaf Blackwood. The track is a call out to all of the crazy ex’s out there who just ‘Keep On Calling’. Beginning with subtle, yet harmonic, intro, the track builds with playful drums and gentle keys which tradition into a groove-ridden drop.
Will Sparks x Luciana – ‘My Spine Is Tingling’
One of Australia’s most prominent dance music creators is back at it again. In collaboration with London-born EDM darling Luciana, Melbourne-born tastemaker Will Sparks has sunk his teeth into a new killer track that lets raw vocals and surging sound waves do the talking: ‘My Spine Is Tingling’.
A punked-up hard house assault with rock-‘n-roll vocals, ‘My Spine Is Tingling’ has been getting the Rave Culture label tag for a reason. With swelling synths blasts, beefed-up beats and long synth drones that tailspin into the night, this track has the ability to knock listeners senseless in no time.
Bazzi – ‘Paradise’ (Black Caviar Remix)
Building off of Bazzi’s latest summer pop-hit, ‘Paradise’, Black Caviar retreat to their roots and layer big-room grooves over Bazzi’s soaring vocals. Utilizing a funky drum pattern and a synthesized backtrack, the remix easily welcomes its listeners to paradise, just in time for summer. The smooth flow of Bazzi paired with the bass-heavy drop of Black Caviar compliment each other remarkably in this single.
Yves V – ‘We Got That Cool’ (feat. Icona Pop and Afrojack)
Surely, this is one of this summer’s most uplifting tunes, presented by a true dream team, consisting of Yves V, Afrojack and Icona Pop. ‘We Got That Cool‘ features an uplifting house groove, radiant pop sentiments and a world famous (and still very addictive) organ melody. Meanwhile, Icona Pop lights up the chorus with bright vocals, turning this record into a burst of feel good energy.
Gorgon City – ‘Elizabeth Street’
Stafford Brothers – ‘Live Forever’
Electro-pop dynamos, Stafford Brothers release their newest single ‘Live Forever’ featuring vocals from Lexy Panterra and Lil’ Yachty. The single is fit for pop radio and blends together all the best elements (pop basslines, hip-hop features, and catchy vocals) of top-charting music today.
‘Live Forever’ starts with a tribal drum pattern that mixes into Lexy Panterra’s vocals and instantly pulls you into the addictive pop-rhythm of the song. The build swings more aggressively while Lexy’s vocals soar over the hypnotic beat before truly belting right before the bass and vocal chop filled drop. Lil’ Yachty joins in adding his own unique twist to the already room-shaking bop.