New Dance Sounds: Armin van Buuren & AVIRA, Duck Sauce, SLANDER & Subtronics + More

A number of new records from a range of genres and tastes are out this week, find your new favourite track below!

Armin van Buuren & AVIRA – Sirius [ASOT]

Sampling The Alan Parsons Project’s ‘Sirius’ (known as Chicago Bulls’ song), Armin and AVIRA bring a new main room refresh to it. The track manages to highlight how terrific the original is, whilst adding great new additions. There is no surprise why this has been a requested ID from Armin.

Duck Sauce – Nonchalant

Duck Sauce are back with a new record in ‘Nonchalant’. A-Trak and Armand Van Helden do what they do best with their groovy disco house production.

SLANDER & Subtronics feat. JT Roach – Gravity [Gud Vibrations]

SLANDER link up with Subtronics on a bone-crushing dubstep single. Lauded singer/songwriter and frequent collaborator JT Roach adds immense weight to the piece with a magnetic topline depicting a love that’s impossible to move away from.

Said The Sky – Treading Water

Said The Sky’s latest offering comes in the form of ‘Treading Water’. The emotional single features wonderful vocals and terrific drops, which overall makes for a feel good anthem.

Ferry Corsten – Lemme Take You [Flashover]

Revisiting an iconic and globally adored hit, Inner City’s ‘Good Life’, Ferry treats the legendary track to a masterful makeover in ‘Lemme Take You’. The record blends classic and contemporary elements to achieve an awesome new edit. 

Darby – Free [Inextremis]

Aussie act Darby is back on Inextremis with ‘Free’. The track is a vibrant dubstep/future bass mash. Darby continues his pristine set of releases and we’re excited to hear what’s next from the talent.

Laidback Luke & Carta – Kong [Revealed]

Laidback Luke and Carta unite on ‘Kong’. Landing on Revealed, the production is a main room hitter with melodic breaks that build into a bouncy big room drop.

Soul Purpose – Hypnotized [Teamwrk]

Melbourne based newcomer is back on Teamwrk for his second single ‘Hypnotized’. The addictive record follows ‘You Got Me’. His newest is a vibrant saxophone emphasized house production that is a must for any upcoming summer sets!






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