The 37th Friday of 2020 and things in the world are not looking any better :/ At least we have some solid music out today. From the likes of David Guetta to Marshmello, the return of Arston and a lot of new stuff. Dive in below as well as through our home page.
As always, be sure to listen to all the best new music this week in one place through our playlist!
Rootkit feat. Casey Cook – Sparks [bitbird]
Rootkit continues to bring his talents to bitbird and next up is ‘Sparks’ together with Casey Cook. ‘Sparks’ see Rootkit opt for a more calmer production, focusing on the sound design and melodies. The result is not his best work but anything he touches still turns to gold!
Kayzo, SYN & Zero 9:36 – Breakdown [Welcome]
Kayzo, SYN and Zero 9:36 collide on this massive record. ‘Breakdown’ features a hectic dubstep drop that is very frantic. Finding its home on Kayzo’s own Welcome imprint, fans of all involved with love this new one.
Adam K – Calling For You [Enhanced]
Adam K brings his new production ‘Calling For You’ to Enhanced. Adam opts for a darker tone with this production, with the help of vocals – the result is another stunner from the Canadian.
Mat Zo feat. Olan – Colours [Anjunabeats]
‘Colours’ is another look at one of our most anticipated album releases of the year, which arrives next month. A quintessential Mat Zo creation, the track sees Mat team up once again with Atlanta-based musician Luzana Flores, who records as Olan.
Arston, Soul Parker – When We Were Young [Revealed]
Arston is back! This time teaming up with Soul Parker, the pair bring ‘When We Were Young’ to Revealed. The result is amazing, as expected from Arston. Now we just need more and more music from the Belarusian.
Oliver Smith – Sacrifice [Anjunabeats]
Oliver Smith’s newest ‘Sacrifice’ sees it’s individual release after being included in Anjunabeats Volume 15. In signature Oliver Smith style, the production emits a chilling melody that builds into an energetic climax.
Julian Jordan feat. TITUS – Badboy [STMPD]
‘Badboy’ combines Julian Jordan’s skillfully crafted stinging production and TITUS’ impeccable flow. With this track, Jordan is firmly establishing the sound he has been working on during the last months, staying true to himself while developing his characteristic high energetic electro house productions.
ShockOne – Follow Me [Dark Machine]
Australian artist ShockOne has released his awesome new single ‘Follow Me’ through his own imprint Dark Machine as well as esteemed imprint UKF. ‘Follow Me’ is centred around a hard-hitting bassline, filled with grimy undertones, all further enhanced by a computer-generated vocal that captures the realities of today’s online landscape.
Bougenvilla & Mairee feat. Robin Valo – Somebody To Love [Future House Music]
Known for the melodic, yet hard-hitting sound Bougenvilla showcases in tracks like ‘Utami’, ‘Nagini’ and ‘Kendari’, the Dutch powerhouse duo returns to FHM with a new anthem titled ‘Somebody To Love’. This time they teamed up with their Slovakian friend Mairee and Robin Valo.
Charles B & Kamil Ghaouti feat. LauraBrown – You’re Not Mind [Protocol]
‘You’re Not Mine’ is the Frenchman’s 3rd release on the label, who collaborated with Spanish producer Kamil Ghaouti and singer LauraBrown. The track is a progressive and electro-influenced house piece that will perform flawlessly in every club/festival environment.
John Course – Just A Little [Vicious]
John Course returns to the world of production whilst clubs are closed in Australia and the first result is ‘Just A Little’. Just a catchy vocal and a banging bassline, this is the ultimate house record that we can hopefully experience in the club soon.
Jaytech – Feel Free [Anjunabeats]
Jaytech released a three track EP earlier this week. The title track ‘Free Fall’ features Jaytech’s talent for melodies and sound design as he produces another stunning record. While it’s not his best, it’s still a very solid release.
Bouz – Over You [CLUBWRK]
Direct from the underground Melbourne scene comes a deep house dancefloor filler from Bouz. His spicy new track ‘Over You’ will keep the dancefloor moving all night long.