New Dance Sounds: Don Diablo & JLV, Will Sparks, NGHTMRE + More

The first New Dance Sounds for March is here. Included below are some new fire from the likes of Will Sparks, Duck Sauce, NGHTMRE and more, find your new favourite track below.

Don Diablo & JLV feat. John K – Problems [HEXAGON]

Don Diablo and JLV team up with John K for a feel good anthem; ‘Problems’. The super catchy production brings vocal cuts to the forefront, resulting in a memorable hook which will have you repeating this track for days.

Will Sparks – Stand By Me [CLUBWRK]

After kicking off the year with his 2021 rendition of ‘Chemical Energy’, Will Sparks continues to pioneer his main room techno-esque sound with ‘Stand By Me’. The instrumental record highlights the hectic nature of Will’s recent productions. With soaring melodies and hard hitting beats – this one has seen a notable crowd reaction from Wills recent Australian shows.

Duck Sauce – Ask Me

Duck Sauce are back with their fresh and funky house sound. While ‘Ask Me’ may not be the best from the A-Trak and Arman Van Helden team up project, it is still a notable piece and a great addition to their discography.

Julian Jordan & Guy Arthur – Let Me Be The One [STMPD]

Fellow STMPD artist collide on ‘Let Me Be The One’. With a strong vocal and an energy filled instrumental, this is exactly what we had in mind with the though of Julian Jordan and Guy Arthur teaming up.

NGHTMRE & KLAXX – Falling [Gud Vibrations]

With paning and muffled sounds, NGHTMRE and KLAXX’s new one is a journey. ‘Falling’ unites the two with with huge dubstep drops with a sick sound design!

Anti Up – Sensational [Atlantic]

Chris lake and Chris Lorenzo’s duo project returns with ‘Sensational’, their first release since 2019. In true Anti Up fashion, the pair showcase an inordinate vocal over their old school house beat.

SWACQ – Purification [HEXAGON]

SWACQ is back on Hexagon with the fiery new production that is ‘Purification’, the bouncy beat highlights SWACQ’s signature sound with some new tweaks, resulting in another fresh offering from the Dutchman.

Bad Computer – Destroy Me [Monstercat]

‘Destroy Me’ is the next one from Bad Computer. Opening up with beautiful piano, it then transitions into a more familiar style from the Australian. Bad Computer can do no wrong with his music, listen to ‘Destroy Me’ today!

if found & Sunnie Williams – No Lie [Wave/Paradise]

if found has been on fire to kick off 2021, already onto his 4th release, being ‘No Lie’ together with Sunnie Williams. The American producer pushes his terrific sound further with this new one, together with Sunnie’s vocals, they’ve created another special one!





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