1) Flume – Hi This Is Flume
Although the 17 track collection of songs is categorized by Flume as a mixtape, it still serves as the highly anticipated follow up to his Grammy Award winning sophomore album “Skin”, featuring chart topper “Never Be Like You.” The record delivers, offering up a unique, innovative take on Flume’s original sound.
2) Tritonal – U & Me:
Tritonal’s debut album is everything you’d expect from the Texan production duo. Uplifting dance-pop tunes and festival bangers fill this record to the brim with memorable songs.
3) Avicii – Tim
Following the artist’s tragic death last year, fans have eagerly waited to hear this final piece of musical work from the producer that made a difference in the lives of so many. Tracks like “Tough Love” and “S.O.S” showcase the diversity of Avicii’s production skills, while others like “Heaven” stay true to the classic Avicii sound.
4) The Chemical Brothers – No Geography
The ten track long album is perhaps the duo’s most innovative work in years, perfectly merging funky instrumentation with a throwback dance sound. According to the producers, the songs were meant to be inspired by the sound of the mid 1990’s.
5) SNBRN – Solé
Deep house wiz-kid SNBRN’s album is filled with standout house productions, perfect for casual listening, or a club environment. Opening with an airy intro, SNBRN sends a message with the release of his debut album.