Andrew Rayel x Robbie Seed – ‘Stars Collide (feat. That Girl)’
A flawless uplifting gem from the hands of Andrew Rayel and Robbie Seed, ‘Stars Collide’ lights up the night like a sparkle in the sky. With That Girl’s heavenly vocals leading listeners across the emotive breakdown and stirring melody, this record is set to stake its claim as an instant crowd favorite and go-to mainstage highlight.
Solarstone x Julie Scott – ‘Rainbow King (Cold Blue Remix)’
For fans, a big chord had been struck and Solarstone’s ‘Rainbow King’ singled itself out good and early for the standalone treatment. Now, complete with a night-time-edged remix kingmaker from Cold Blue.
Armin van Buuren x Tom Staar – ‘Still Better Off (feat. Mosimann)’
A forceful collision between Armin van Buuren, Tom Staar and Mosimann, ‘Still Better Off’ oozes with floor-thrilling potential. From the thumping kick drums to the brooding bass to the iconic synths and contemplating vocals, this track sits on the sweet spot between Trance and Techno whilst delivering full impact across the board.
ARTY x Kitone – ‘Red Line’
Marking the third release on his latest project, ‘From Russia With Love’ is ARTY’s new record — ‘Red Line’. This project is full of magic as it’s filled purely with tracks produced by himself and his friends. This one with Kitone is no exception as it booms with funky vibes that only happens when friends meet in the studio.
Ben Gold x Tempo Giusto – ‘I Am The God’
An all-powerful collision between Ben Gold and Tempo Giusto, ‘I Am The God’ is quite the force to be reckoned with. Well-versed in both creation and destruction, this monster cut is sure to set the dance floor ablaze.
Slander x Said The Sky – ‘Potions (feat. JT Roach) (Remixes)’
As the follow-up to the release of the acoustic version of ‘Potions’ — their song with Said The Sky featuring JT Roach this past March, electronic music duo SLANDER return with a hefty 11-track remix package for Monstercat. This release of epic proportions features the label’s highest regarded arsenal of emerging producers.
Trivecta – ‘Leave It All Behind (feat. Fagin)’
‘Leave It All Behind’ brings to mind sounds from both Mumford and Sons and Avicii, while creating a completely new sonic palette for listeners that is somehow both familiar and new. Combining Trivecta’s taste for modern folk music, and passion for melodic bass music, ‘Leave It All Behind’ seamlessly blends both genres, serving up a new euphoric and emotive sound for dance fans to explore.
Diplo x Wax Motif – ‘Love To The World’
Higher Ground label boss Diplo teams up with versatile, acclaimed producer/DJ, Wax Motif to release feel-good house collab, ‘Love To The World’. Together, the duo deliver an irresistible, groovy rhythm with soulful vocals and influences of funk and disco, paving the way for the resurgence of house music’s original sound.
BSOD – ‘No Way, Get Real’
Could be short for Blue Screen of Death or Better Sounding on Drugs, BSOD is the electronic duo consisting of Joel Zimmerman (deadmau5, TESTPILOT) and Steve Duda. The pair has welcomed a four-track EP titled ‘No Way, Get Real’ on mau5trap. The four instrumentals range from infectious electro-disco funk to synth compositions worthy of the coolest video game.
San Holo – ‘Honest (Remixes)’
Jonas Blue x Paloma Faith – ‘Mistakes (Remixes)’
Jonas Blue and Paloma Faith have revealed a 4-track remix package for their latest hit single, ‘Mistakes’. SWACQ delivers a frenetic, bass-heavy take on ‘Mistakes’, Italian producers Rudeejay and Da Brozz ramp up the emotions with a trance-inflicted big room anthem for their rework. DJ Q supplies an infectious 2-step cut that’s been crafted with the dancefloor in mind. The remix package also includes legendary UK DJ and producer Paul Woolford’s summery rendition of the track. Built around Paloma’s powerful vocal performance, Woolford’s rework is an effortless display of the production style he’s renowned for.
Asher Postman – ‘Walk Away’
Known for his creative trap mixes of viral memes like ‘The Walmart Yodeling Kid’ and ‘Dubai Was Lit’ — Asher Postman has already gained a big fanbase on his YouTube channel, but for his own tracks he is moving into a different direction. Asher Postman’s latest record, ‘Walk Away’ is a catchy dance track with a hint of pop, elevated by Annelisa Franklin’s beautiful vocals.
Dua Lipa – ‘Physical (Alok Remix)’
Dropping as the perfect soundtrack for everyone’s at-home workouts, Alok has released his intoxicating rework of ‘Physical’ with Dua Lipa. Renowned for Brazilian bass, Alok combines hypnotic beats and addictive drops with Dua Lipa’s uptempo melodies and sultry vocals, creating an exhilarating track whilst possessing the intensity of the original. From start to finish, ‘Physical’ (Alok Remix) is music to dance to in a time where it is needed most.
Alison Wonderland x phem – ‘W.W.C.B.D. (wut wuld carole baskin do)’
Inspired by the cultural phenomenon and NETFLIX documentary series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, the ‘W.W.C.B.D.’ fuses echo-y trap beat-craft and electronic transmissions from Alison Wonderland with phem’s ruddy acoustic guitar and hypnotic croon. It closes out on a possible answer to this popular quarantine query as phem strains out the final crescendo, “Feed you to the tigers, but I can’t because this virus got me paralyzed again.”
Misingo – ‘Disco Bango’
MISINGO is the trans-Pacific collaboration project between U.K. born/Ibiza based world-renowned house music producer Doorly and super talented, multi–instrumentalists’ Australian duo Colour Castle. MISINGO celebrates the release of their fiery disco flavored collaboration ‘Disco Bango’ on ALL MY FRIENDS.
Tisoki – ‘Promise’
Project 46 – ‘Remember You’
Arising from a four-year hiatus, Project 46 is back! With multiple releases on Ultra Records, Monstercat, Armada and Mixmash and also having already collaborated with Avicii, Laidback Luke, Feenixpawl, Paul Oakenfold, Kaskade and more — it’s already known that these guys mean business. Listen to their reactivated sound with their new single with Linney, ‘Remember You’.
Ka Fu – ‘Just A Voice (feat. Nina Muse)’
On ‘Just A Voice’ — a booming bass drum sets the tempo before the track morphs into a dynamic, off-kilter beat reminiscent of swinging Future-garage rhythms. Nina Muse’s vocals feature ghostly echoes and reflections in the corridors of Ka Fu’s teetering house, shifting pitch and flowing throughout the track to great effect. A warm, multi-layered bass emerges from the foundations as ephemeral atmospheres and textures rise, swirl and fade. All things considered, ‘Just A Voice’ is pounding dance cut brimming with emotional sensitivity.
Felguk – ‘OK’
Felguk is on a roll here with ‘OK’, presenting a flashy new single featuring cool electronic effects, raw twisted bass chords and samples that seem to come right out of a video game. Meanwhile, the drum computer works overtime with high energy fills and tasty percussion.
Gareth Emery – ‘Elise’
“It’s my favorite music video I’ve ever made. Not because the editing or filming is the best – it isn’t – but because it provides a message of hope. In my life, I’ve never known such levels of negativity in the media, and I wanted to briefly think about how life might look after this ends. It was also important to me to highlight the lives indirectly impacted by this tragedy. I stand behind a period of lockdown to protect our most vulnerable, but the impact on local businesses and the people that run them is also devastating, and that is no more apparent than on the ground in Los Angeles.”— Gareth Emery on ‘Elise’