New Dance Sounds: Jay Robinson & Axwell, Will Sparks, ARTY + More

Dive in below to find some of the best new dance music out this week!

Jay Robinson – Free Again (Axwell Cut) [Axtone]

Axwell is back with a new cut, the first piece of music outside of SHM from him since his 2019 remix of Halsey. Axwell edits Jay Robinson’s return to Axtone ‘Free Again’. The end result is a deep tech house record that is sure to get many spins in house sets.

Will Sparks – Maniac [Rave Culture]

Will Sparks returns to Rave Culture with the long awaited ‘Maniac’. Two years as a highly requested ID, the extremely energetic and fast paced anthem has arrived. The unique 160 bpm production is best experienced live as showcased by the many crazy crowd reactions to the record.

ARTY – Brighter Side [Amanda]

ARTY is back with another special record. ‘Brighter Side’ is a guitar led production with wonderful vocals, something that ARTY does best.

EDDIE & Bad Disk – Electro Forever [mau5trap]

It’s EDDIE and Bad Disk’s time on No Mana’s electro house compilation album. The pair truly bring electro back with the appropriately titled ‘Electro Forever’.

EDX – Vommuli [Sirup]

Swiss hit machine EDX brings his latest back to Sirup. ‘Vommuli’ sees EDX explore a much more euphoric, underground timbre than we’ve become accustomed to, capitalising on his hugely diverse production credentials to deliver one of his most rapturous, club-ready records of late.

Friendzone feat. Nevve – Glow In The Dark [Lost In Dreams]

Friendzone mark their Lost In Dreams debut original release with the Nevve team up ‘Glow In The Dark’. Alongside Nevve’s in demand vocals, Friendzone deliver an awesome trap/future bass blend.

Ryos & Reggio feat. Linney – Battlefield [Revealed]

Two Revealed artists; Ryos and Reggio join forces for the first time for ‘Battlefield’. With help from Linney, Ryos and Reggio produce a vibrant, bouncy progressive anthem.

John Dahlbäck – bygones

John Dahlbäck’s newest ‘bygones’ is a terrific display of his signature sound. Together with solid vocals, the track is another from the Swedish act that may fly under the radar.

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