New Dance Sounds: Alan Walker, KAAZE, Nitti Gritti + More

With holidays in full swing, just like last week these releases are not as strong. However, with tracks such as Martin Garrix and Matisse & Sadko, Alan Walker and Ava Max, KAAZE and Maddix – this week should not be ignored!


Alan Walker & Ava Max – Alone, Pt. II [MER]

In a direct follow up to 1billion + streamed ‘Alone’, Alan Walker joins forces with Ava Max for part 2. The well built instrumental is amplified by Ava Max’s vocal work, incorporating vocal cuts perfectly into the song.


KAAZE & Maddix – Future Noise [Revealed]

Two of the biggest Revealed artists have teamed up for the second time this year with ‘Future Noise’. It’s a perfect collaboration, featuring the best of both artists – big room drops and atmospheric breaks make this a super solid Christmas present.


Nitti Gritti & FuntCase – To Death [Thrive]

Nitti Gritti finishes his trilogy of collaborations on Thrive, with Funtcase. Last the past releases, this hits hard with aggressive tones in the vocals and instrumental. Nitti Gritti has had a brilliant 2019 and his last release solidifies that.


Dannic – Wobble [Independent]

Dannic brings his all with ‘Wobble’, featuring his iconic groove and progressive elements. This is another solid release that fits in now but also seems like it was produced years ago – either way we love it.


Party Pupils feat. Drelli – The Plug [Dim Mak]

‘The Plug’ is the latest offering from MAX’s future funk band Party Pupuls. The slick four-on-the-four dance cut sees Party Pupils’ vocalist MAX swap braggadocio verses with Drelli over gliding bass grooves, making for a funky fusion of house and hip-hop.


Syn Cole – Keep Going [NCS]

Released on Christmas day, Syn Cole returns to NoCopyrightSounds with ‘Keep Going’. With deep soulful vocals and a brilliant house inspired production, this is the perfect track for summer – may just have to wait six months depending on where you are!


RICCI – Bang [Actuation]

RICCI continues his partnership with Actuation into their fourth release together. ‘Bang’ sounds just the the title implies, the production packs a punch with trap and bass elements.


Mauricio Hernandez & Nikkolai – Playing With Fire (MOTi Edit) [ZEROCOOL]

MOTi finishes off the year with once again another release. With basically weekly releases, MOTi really brought the game this year. His latest is a edit of Mauricio Hernandez and Nikkolai’s latest – ending with another solid release.


Alexander Cruel & Chris Valencia – The Moment [No Definition]

Two house heads come together again for ‘The Moment’, with the typical house vocals with a classic house track. It brings a fresh feel to an already solid sound.

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