New Dance Sounds: Vintage Culture, Gorgon City, Le Youth & OCULA + More

As the year comes to close, the releases begin to slow, but far from stop. With new music from David Guetta, Timmy Trumpet, Vintage Culture, D.O.D and more, they week is no slouch. Be sure to also check out our extensive new music coverage here.

Vintage Culture feat. Elise LeGrow – It Is What It Is [Defected]

Brazilian producer Vintage Culture brings his talents to Defected for the first time with ‘It Is What It Is’, teaming up with Canadian singer Elise Le Grow. The track is a club track with serious crossover appeal, it has already been turning heads.

Gorgon City – Trapdoor [REALM]

Gorgon City releases a four track album with the stand out being ‘Trapdoor’, the house beat features a terrific melody that is felt throughout the entire production.

Le Youth & OCULA feat. Karra – Home Away From Home [Spinnin’ Deep]

For his second release on Spinnin’ Deep, Le Youth combines with two fellow talents OCULA and Karra for the ultimate melodic deep production. With brilliant sound design and an overall impressive record, even Lane 8 will be jealous of this one.

WAVEDASH x fknsyd – Stallions [Gud Vibrations]

WAVEDASH return to Gud Vibrations for the second single from their upcoming album. Teaming up with fknsyd, the artists bring forward a brilliant and energetic electronic production.

DJ Shaan & Londin Thompson – By Heart [Casablanca]

Indian artist Shaan teams up with Londin Thompson for ‘By Heart’. The infectious anthem blurs the lines between electronic and pop music, resulting in a significant cross-over potential.

Taska Black feat. Tessa Dixson – Found Myself [STMPD]

Antwerp-based pop producer Taska Black and singer-songwriter Tessa Dixson from Brussels, two of the fastest growing artists in the Belgium pop space today, have teamed up for an existential yet romantic hit in ‘Found Myself’.

LUNDØN – Only Drug

After their impressive single ‘Don’t Turn This Car Around’, LUNDØN team up with Julian Comeau on vocals for the vibrant ‘Only Drug’. The song features a brilliant drop and lively vocals.

Matroda – Forget It [Insomniac]

Matroda is heading into the future house-leaning arena on ‘Forget It’, which sees him coupling a brooding vocal topline with bursts of warm synth sequences and emotionally-charged melodies

SWARM – Fury [Haunted House]

SWARM brings it with his newest single. The hectic dubstep production explodes into an orchestrated electronic rock opera. Fans of the more harder side of dance music and sure to love this one.

Nitepunk – Flow [HARD]

The New York-based producer has been on a tear recently, pushing his heavy bass style to a whole host of credible camps from the likes of Never Say Die, Subsidia, Disciple, Circus and more. He’s now touching down on HARD with a mental breakbeat single by the name of ‘Flow’. 

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