New Dance Sounds: San Holo, Flume, Rezz, Showtek, Dubvision + More

With releases such as Hayden James’ debut album, a joint effort between Thomas Gold & Raiden, the new EP from Anna Lunoe, Ferry Corsten’s first track of the year, Dimitri Vangelis and Wyman’s highly anticipated collaboration with Dzeko, a big new DJ Snake team up as well as Tiësto official Avicii remix - this weeks releases have not been insignificant.

Apart from said releases above, there’s also a lot of other hot tracks - check them out below (in no particular order)

Flume & London Grammar - Let You Know [Future Classic]

After being fans of either other for years, they’ve finally come together for ‘Let You Know‘. Flume’s instrumental is awesome with glitchy synths. London Grammer’s vocals are incredibly on this record, yet sometimes takes attention away from what should be the attraction on this record; Flume’s production.

Rezz & Underoath - Falling [Independent]

Rezz has released the second track from her upcoming EP - with signature Rezz sounds and awesome vocals from Underoath - this is something Rezz fans will love!

San Holo - Lost Lately [bitbird]

With catchy vocals and a stellar drop, San Holo has produced another masterpiece! After releasing his debut album late last year, San Holo has release two killer tracks since. Let’s hope for more outstanding tunes from the Dutchman.

Robbie Mendez - Happening [CYB3RPVNK]

Robbie Mendez’ debut on R3HAB’s imprint is a dynamic, dance-floor friendly single. This bouncy electronic track is yet another solid release from CYB3RPVNK.

Showtek & Sultan + Shepard - Way We Used 2 [Skink]

Two heavyweight duos come together for something that steps away from their own styles into a more radio friendly direction. With awesome vocals and a catchy beat, this is not one to miss!

Arno Cost - Set Me Free (Norman Doray Recut) [Size]

Arno Cost and Norman Doray join forces after their incredible track 'Together'. Back on size, this new production is stellar. With old school house vibes and a vocal to match, this is definitely a highlight of this week's releases and is a must listen!

KLOUD - Exit Alive [Lowly]

Mysterious project KLOUD has releases his next track, titled ‘Exit Alive‘. It features super catchy vocals and a killer acid inspired drop. The entire production creates a really cool atmosphere.

Alphalove - Take You Home [Thrive]

Alphalove returns to Thrive Music with a fresh new release in ‘Take You Home‘ - a piano fueled house production with outstanding vocals. Los Angeles based Thrive Music are killing it with yet another solid release!

Dubvision vs Vigel feat. Nino Lucarelli - Rescue Me [Armada]

Two progressive house masterminds collide on this new one! In their debut collaboration, Dubvision and Vigel have impressed with this incredible melodic based vocal production that includes everything and more from what you want in a progressive house release.

Blasterjaxx & DBSTF feat. Envy Monroe - Wonderful Together [MAXXIMISE]

This is another really good one from Blasterjaxx, teaming up with DBSTF, they've really delivered on this production. With beautiful vocals from Envy and a main room drop with hardstyle elements no doubt from DBSTF, this record has a big room style that feels fresh in 2019.

Annica - Chasing Shadows [Independent]

With strong male vocals and a stunningly fresh drop, Annica’s next release is gonna blow up. The punchy summer feeling in the drop makes this the perfect soundtrack to Europe’s current summer.

M/\XWELL - All I Need [Connected Sounds]

The subtle vocals put the attention onto the incredible instrumental - the lead builds into an incredible progressive house production. Whilst progressive doesn’t have the fandom it once did, this one deserves attention for creating a fresh and new feel for progressive!

EXTRA: SiFi - Calling Out Your Name (Yogi’s RSR Remix) [Independent]

Yogi has remixed Aussie act SiFi’s latest release ‘Calling Out Your Name‘. With the terrific vocals from the original accompanied with the killer piano riff from Yogi creates a stellar remix that definitely deserves your ears.