New Dance Sounds: MK, San Holo & Chet Porter, Vanic + More

May 21st brings us even more brilliant music from a range of dance genres, dive in below and kick your weekend off right!

MK – Chemical [Sony]

MK is joined with the Camelphat boys for uncredited production assistance with his newest ‘Chemical’. The record emits an irresistible melange of slick vocals, fluttering hi-hats, euphoric breakdowns and a deep, pulsating bassline.

San Holo & Chet Porter – you’ve changed, i’ve changed [bitbird]

After delaying his album to June 4th, San Holo promises one more single. Together with Chet Porter, we get another brilliant sample of the album. ‘you’ve changed, i’ve changed’ features terrific vocals and stand out guitar work.

Vanic x LØLØ – PTLD [Seeking Blue]

Vanic taps LØLØ for the next album offering; ‘PTLD’. The heady tune begins with discordant, glitchy sounds layered on top of one another, and is quickly followed by LØLØ’s melodious singing.

Dyro & Conro – Memory Bank [Monstercat]

Dyro and Conro join forces and perfectly blend their styles with ‘Memory Bank’. With a grungy electronic instrumental and wonderful vocals, this is certainly a highlight this week.

Slushii – Valhalla [Monstercat]

Embodying its mythological meaning, Slushii’s ‘Valhalla’ exudes power and greatness in its reverberating piano chords and pulsating synths. Released on Monday, it was found in video game SMITE by Tuesday as the result of Monstercat and SMITE’s latest partnership.

Thomas Newson & Tim van Werd – Ocean Deep [Protocol]

Thomas Newson returns to Protocol after three years with ‘Ocean Deep’. He teams up with one of Protocol’s busiest producers Tim van Werd for a thrilling dark progressive release with terrific melodies and vocals.

Cadence feat. Sarah Stone – When I’m Alone [7 Reasons]

Cadence continues his run on 7 Reasons with Sarah Stone team up ‘When I’m Alone’. The pair are a great fit. Stone’s vocals flow over Cadence’s stellar chill house beat.

Lee Foss and Franky Wah feat. SPNCR – Name of Love [Club Sweat]

Lee Foss and Franky Wah join forces in the ’Name Of Love’ for a hypnotic deep house cut, with lush piano, crisp drums and blissful vocals of SPNCR.

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