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New Dance Sounds: Mark Knight, ALPHA 9, Sick Individuals, Ookay + More

The 28th Friday is here and with it, plenty of new and amazing music as always! Separately to this list, you can find coverage of the new Nicky Romero & Armin van Buuren, the new Seven Lions collab, Gareth Emery’s new album, Carl Cox’s deadmau5 remix, Man Cub’s debut album and Alok teaming up with Martin Jensen and Jason Derulo!

You can listen through the best music this week in our playlist!

Mark Knight & Tuff London feat. Cagney & Lacey – Don’t Give Up [Toolroom]

‘Don’t Give Up’ is the latest funky house production from label head Mark Knight and Tuff London, included in the upcoming T2 album. Together with great vocals from Cagney and Lacey, they create the ultimate house record!


ALPHA 9 – Tell Me [Anjunabeats]

After bringing us plenty of amazing ARTY releases, he now turns to this ALPHA 9 moniker on Anjunabeats. For his third release under the name this year, ALPHA 9 presents a melody focused trance masterpiece!

Sick Individuals – Dance With Me [NEWMADE]

Sick Individuals return to their NEWMADE imprint with ‘Dance With Me’, an ‘in your face’ energetic anthem. Utilising their signature elements, they craft a stunning melodic track that will surely amp you up!

Bassjackers – Motivation [Smash The House]

Over their past few releases, Bassjackers have slowly shifted to a more melody focused approach, stepping away from their big room sounds. Their latest ‘Motivation’ emphasis that the most, it’s a spectacular production!


Crankdat – BADFUTURE [Welcome]

Crankdat returns to Kayzo’s Welcome imprint with a massive record in ‘BADFUTURE’. Saying this one hits hard would be an underestimate. Dubstep lovers will have this one on repeat!

Fatum – Faceless [Armind]

Fatum have been killing it this year. After recent collaborations with Armin van Buuren and Super8 & Tab, Fatum return to Armin with ‘Faceless’. From beginning to end, the record is an amazing trance production that features all the best things of the genre.

Ookay – Dinero [That Woodwerk/Create Music Group]

Kicking off with a Latin sample, Ookay turns it into a massive drop, having us itching to get back onto the dance floor. Ookay injects his energy into an already catchy tune and turns it into another awesome record!

Jerome Isma-Ae & Milkwish – No Time To Wait [Anjunabeats]

Legendary artist Jerome Isma-Ae combines forces with Milkwish for a new anthem on Anjunabeats. ‘No Time To Wait’ brings deep and driving bass to a terrific progressive trance production, which is definitely a highlight this week!

Lucille Croft – Control

‘Control’ marks a new step in Lucille Croft’s journey. This is her first track of the year and first track under The Shalizi Group’s management. Along with her new team, ‘Control’ is sure to catapult her career even further. While the second drop isn’t as great as the first, it is still a stellar single from the Melbournian.

Fabian Mazur – Takeover

Fabian Mazur takes it back to his melodic trap beginnings with ‘Takeover’. Released independently, Fabian brings incredible sound design and melodies to the production, making it a favourite of his most recent releases.

Besomorph & Silent Child – IDGAF [CloudKid]

Back on CloudKid, Besomorph teams up with Silent Child for ‘IDGAF’. Both artists are known for combining dark melodic-ism with heavy electronic music. It’s a match that oozes brilliance and they do exactly that with ‘IDGAF’.

Listen to more New Dance Sounds below!

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