New Dance Sounds: Martin Garrix & Breathe Carolina, Seven Lions, Tiësto + More

Outside of individual articles, dig in below to find some of the best dance music across a range of genres out this week!


Martin Garrix & Breathe Carolina – Something [STMPD/Tomorrowland]

Apart of the STMPD and Tomorrowland collab EP, Garrix teams up with Breathe Carolina for an electro house masterclass that is sure to get some spins at Tomorrowland’s third weekend.

Seven Lions feat. So Below – Every Time [Ophelia]

‘Every Time’ is the first single from Seven Lions’ first ever studio album, Beyond The Veil, which arrives on October 21. Kicking off instantly with his signature and revered bass sounds, “Every Time” is an innovative, genre-pushing masterwork – So Below offers up her haunting vocals, which carry through the single’s evocative melody and cascading drops.


Tiësto – Baila Conmigo [Musical Freedom]

Tiësto returns to club music with the release of ‘Baila Conmigo’. The Dutch legend’s new one includes all the ingredients, a punchy drop, catchy vocal and stellar melody.


Hardwell – LASER [Revealed]

For the next album single, Hardwell drops ‘LASER’. The vibrant, techno banger is worthy of its name and is sure to be a highlight in Hardwell’s sets.


COULLIN & IVI – Call On Me [Teamwrk]

COULLIN and IVI team up again, this time for the magical record ‘Call On Me’. The Estonian artist bring amazing house music and a stunning vocal to Teamwrk. The track is a thrill from start to finish.



John Summit & Guz feat. Stevie Appleton – What A Life [Off The Grid]

Following the chart-topping debut release ‘In Chicago’, John Summit is back with the next track on his Off The Grid imprint ‘What A Life’, this time teaming up with Dutch producer GUZ and UK vocalist Stevie Appleton. With an earworm of a melody, rolling keys, and groove-filled bassline, ‘What A Life’ brims with summertime energy and has all the makings of being the anthem of the season.


Maazel, Darby & BELELA – Mirrors [Monstercat]

Three super talented artists join forces on ‘Mirrors’. The future bass-esque production is super special thanks to the incredible sound design and wonderful vocal.

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