New Dance Sounds: Martin Garrix & DubVision, Justus , ARTY + 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 & DubVision feat. Shaun Farrugia – Starlight (Keep Me Afloat) [STMPD

Continuing the rollout for his album, Martin Garrix and DubVision team up for the remarkable ‘Starlight (Keep Me Afloat)’. Featuring the incredible vocal from Shaun Farrugia, the track has been a highly requested ID since Garrix’s first play just a month ago. With the talents involved in this record, it’s no surprise that is it this amazing.

Justus – Tunnel [Musical Freedom]

After recently completing his signing to Spinnin’ Records, Justus’ latest comes on Musical Freedom. ‘Tunnel’ is a massive main room hitter and has already seen some notable DJ support, with much more to come.

ARTY – So Good To Me [Armada]

ARTY’s latest is a wonderful vocal dance record. With a strong vocal and mesmerizing piano – ARTY cannot stop making amazing, uplifting records.

Seven Lions & Blastoyz feat. ERV ELLO – Reason For Fighting [Ophelia]

Seven Lions and Blastoyz link, not for the first time, for a fresh new record trading their psytrance and future bass styles. From Ultra Music Festival to EDC Mexico, the track has marked showstopping moments at festivals around the country over the past few months. Most recently, Seven Lions and Blastoyz reunited on Beyond Wonderland’s mainstage to showcase the track one last time before its release.

FOVOS – Under Pressure [CLUBWRK DARK]

FOVOS are back with another track that takes inspiration from the underground techno scene. The heavy-hitting duo have seen supported by a number of top artists and on day one ‘Under Pressure’ lands in Spotify playlists such as New Music Friday Cratediggers and New Dance Beats.

Funkin Matt – Neo [Revealed]

Funkin Matt’s first endeavor on Revealed is ‘Neo’. The darker than usual house record is super solid. The underrated producer has seen millions of streams on his records and that is sure to continue with the banger than is ‘Neo’.

Bad Computer – Just Dance [Monstercat]

The first release in 2022 from Bad Computer has arrived. The Aussie talent continues on Monstercat with ‘Just Dance’. Like past records, Bad Computer’s crazy production quality shines through on a vibrant, vocal driven single that merges new school sounds and older electro house elements.




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