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Here are even more of our top picks for our New Music Friday series, in no particular order.

WAVES feat. DIAS – Jalapeño

Genre: Tech House

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Toronto-based duo WAVES has joined forces with Hip-Hop artist DIAS on the hottest (pun intended) Tech House track out there, ‘Jalapeño‘. The vocals are catchy, the rhythm hooks you, and the overall tone of the track is playful. You’re missing out if you’re not listening already.

Jalapeño is the result and first wave of our new music“, say WAVES. “We couldn’t be more excited to release it to the world. Not only did we make it with our friend and up & coming rapper DIAS, it is also the spiciest song we’ve ever made“.

Pasocom Music Club feat. The Hair Kid – UFO-mie

Genre: House

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Japan-based electronic music duo Pasocom Music Club innovate today with a really original, and really catchy tune. ‘UFO-mie‘ is one of those tracks that have absolutely no right to be as good as they are, because they grab your attention from the very beginning, and keep you right there until the end.

Blending Hip-Hop, House, old school sounds, and an incredible energy, ‘UFO-mie’ sees Pasocom Music Club unite with The Hair Kid to deliver a work we can’t begin to understand — in a good way, of course. You have to listen to justify our words. By the way, the music video is sublime. Watch it here.

Fritz Kalkbrenner – Set You Free

Genre: Deep House, Chicago House

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Fritz Kalbrenner, Paul’s brother, does, in fact, know how to make great music. It couldn’t be any other way. After successful collaborations between them such as the legendary Berlin Calling, Fritz returns today with a solo track, ‘Set You Free‘.

The track doesn’t scream for attention. Instead, it beckons with a gentle allure. The piece was carefully crafted to bring back the best auras and sounds from the past, having an intimate spirit of Classic House. This is one of those tracks that make you go “Mmmmmmm“.

John Newman – Guiding Light

Genre: Dance Pop, Trance

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If the name, or the voice, sounds familiar, it’s because he truly is an icon of EDM. John Newman, the golden voice behind tracks like Calvin Harris’ ‘Blame‘, makes a long-awaited return with a track of his own, titled ‘Guiding Light‘.

Press play and get ready to be flown back ten years. His voice is timeless, yet at the same time is the voice of an era. An era in which many people discovered the magic of EDM through the golden Progressive House tunes. This track, design-wise, goes back even further, to catch the style and cues of the early noughties and earlier Trance sound. Just listen and see!

Adventure Club & Codeko – Feels Like You

Genre: Future Bass

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What’s not to love about a classic Adventure Club? One of the acts that led the mid-2010s in EDM, the Grammy-nominated duo, often referred to as the creators of Melodic Bass, recently collaborated with British act Codeko. The result? ‘Feels Like You‘.

Melodic, garage-like, and basically containing all those little details that make an Adventure Club tune, truly an Adventure Club tune, ‘Feels Like You’ blends a beautiful vocal with endless amounts of tension, and half-time drops that take us back in time.

Sidechainers – Firestorm

Genre: Drum & Bass

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Driven by a passion for diverse music, duo Sidechainers present their first venture into Drum and Bass. After a long and rich career in the Hardstyle scene, this is their way to explore a new path, while still carrying over the force and power that characterises them. And it is called ‘Firestorm‘.

Rock-infused at times, and raw and tight the rest of the duration, the tune is a playful track, that carries the essence of Hardstyle, for sure. Enjoy the pace of the track as you unconsciously start moving your head up and down. It’s that infectious.

Danimal & Influencerz – High

Genre: Happy Hardcore

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Danny Zuiderwijk, also known as Danimal, had a meteoric rise just barely starting his career, having won a remix contest for Jay Sean and Sean Paul’s ‘Make My Love Go’, back in 2017. Since then, he’s been focused on reaching for the stars, not caring about genres nearly as much as he cares about crafting something that can be entertaining in every instant of time.

He joins Influencerz on ‘High‘, a Happy Hardcore track that is sure to lift your spirit and make you, well, feel happy. Enjoy the vocals, the leads, and the rhythm, and try and resist the urge to dance it all out. We couldn’t!

ellipsis – Goodnight

Genre: Indie Electronic, Dance Pop

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Mike Irving and Ryan Peitzke, better known as ellipsis, present their self-titled debut album on December 29th, 2023. Before that date, though, the duo have decided to lift a few singles from the LP. One of those tracks is ‘Goodnight‘.

Calm, warm and cosy, ‘Goodnight’ brings elements from Synthwave, House, and more genres, to create a perfect blend that screams “late night drive” all over. This piece pictures dark streets, tall skyscrapers with their flashy lights turned on, and a distant sense of relief. It is a must-listen.

Final Words

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Three Upcoming Artists Who Are Pushing The Boundaries At AREA15

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Think of Vegas and you think of top-notch food, over-the-top drinks, and entertainment unlike any other. And for dance music lovers, Las Vegas truly is the mecca.

From dubstep to house to underground techno, Sin City has it all, you just need to know where to look.

But for just as many mainstream headliners that are plastered across billboards on the strip, AREA15 has its own buffet of innovative and creative performers ready to show just how versatile electronic music can be.

Here are three upcoming artists you should know that are pushing the boundaries at AREA15:

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J. Worra

This addictive house producer hails from Chicago but now lives in LA and combines the classic roots of house with the new-school creativity of the California music hub. Known best for her undeniable swagger and ability to get a crowd moving, J. Worra is a certified party starter.

Jamie Sitter (J. Worra’s real name) began her music career after she noticed the lack of female representation at a local music festival in her hometown and decided to join the scene ready to take over.

She told Gray Area, “I went to a festival early in my life and saw no women on the lineup at all. I had to give it my best to join this world and try and flip that. Now there are so many of us doing our best…When I started it was desolate for females but we’re seeing a big surge now. Men are paying more attention, and women are trying harder to help one another out.”

Now Sitter is an advocate for women in the scene as well as LGBTQ+ youth, a community she identifies with, and supports local charities and animal rescues.

Jessica Audiffred

One of the heaviest new bass artists to come on the scene, already being noticed by Bassrush and Lost Lands, is Mexican-born artist Jessica Audiffred.

Audiffred’s signature blend of bass and trap is a monster in the United States, but it was difficult to break through in Mexico.

She told Forbes, “When I was beginning to produce music, it was so hard for me because I didn’t have it anywhere. I didn’t have any spots for me to play my music here in Mexico City. It was hard for you to produce but then not showcase your own music. That’s why we had to create our own events and festivals, and that’s where we are right now.”

Breaking the mold and carving her name in the bass scene has already garnered Audiffred plenty of dedicated fans who appreciate her brand of authentic production both in her home of Mexico and right here in the States.

Now she’s joining giants like Excision on tour, selling out venues with Riot Ten, and releasing viral tracks that have the headbangers in a neck brace.

Ann Clue

Fans of Boris Brejcha and German techno should know the name Ann Clue.

A musician at heart, Clue’s balance of both the light and dark elements of German techno brings a pure and genuine underground sound that’s rare to hear outside of Europe.

Her passion for the underground goes even further, telling Dancing Astronaut, “I think it’s because Germans have a dark soul and history and we tend to compensate a lot in hidden spaces – where we can lose control and let go of all the darkness.”

She continued, “I think that’s what you feel with techno – especially the type that has its highest peak now. It’s dark, rough, fast-paced, hard, and chaotic. This underground culture shows the darkest side of our souls and nature, which needs to be embraced like the bright side, but we are often afraid to show it or let it come through. Humans often think they have to hide their dark side because it’s not so pretty. But the whole world is about Yin and Yang – the Yin (dark) side needs a lot more attention in order to let go of fear and anxiety. And to see the beauty in it. ”

This understanding of the true culture that makes dark sounds so intriguing makes for an immersive experience unlike any other.

Grab tickets to these industry-shaking performers’ shows at AREA15 here.

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Corey James, Thomas Newson – ‘Sinister (Axwell Mi Amor Remode)’

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Just because Halloween is over that doesn’t mean we have to say goodbye to the dark side. In this case, Axwell remodes Corey James & Thomas Newson‘s latest, ‘Sinister’. The track is nothing short of sexy and spooky. With heavy Latino influences and somber yet beautiful vocals. Axwell’s label Axtone released the track this past weekend after charming his sets throughout the Summer.


The base of the Remode is Mosimann & Antoine Delvig’s Mi Amor, a powerful record that released under Axtone in 2021. The newly added elements bring out the darker, mystical side of a love song. Adding sinister textures and lots of reverb that bring out a flowing element to the track. Moreover, the Swedish House Mafia member still allowed the song to carry an effortless and playful vibe, making it a hit on international dancefloors.

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The trio has been wrecking the Dance scene recently. On top of this massive release, Dutch DJ Thomas Newson earned Rank 33rd on 1001 Tracklists’ Top 101 Producers of 2022 and 2023. In addition, Axwell has been touring with Swedish House Mafia and releasing top hits like ‘Ray of Solar’. Ultimately, Corey James had a mindblowing hit with Steve Angello’s edit of ‘The Underground (House of God)’, climbing through Beatport Top 40.

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Apple Music Replay Drops Before Spotify Wrapped

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Apple Music Replay is back for another year, offering users a retrospective of their musical journey. Launched in 2019, the feature underwent a significant update last year, aligning it more closely with the popular Spotify Wrapped. This year’s Replay, accessible through Apple Music’s webpage, provides a comprehensive summary of your most-listened-to songs, artists, albums, and more. To kickstart the musical reflection, Apple has released Replay just days before Spotify is anticipated to unveil its Wrapped stats.

A Web-Centric Experience

Unlike Spotify Wrapped, which boasts highly shareable charts, A.M.R.’s stats lack the same visual appeal for online sharing. Interestingly, these statistics are not directly integrated into the Apple Music app. However, users can still access their 2023 Replay playlist within the app. The Replay feature not only showcases a delightful highlight reel of favorite songs and artists but also includes a milestone tracker, measuring accomplishments such as reaching the milestone of listening to 1,000 songs.

Navigating Your Replay

To view your Replay for the year, simply head to and log in with your Apple ID. The platform provides an in-depth breakdown of your listening habits throughout the year. With Spotify Wrapped set to launch in early December, Apple seems keen on giving Replay a head start, ensuring users get a chance to explore their musical journey before being engulfed by the impending Wrapped stats, widely shared on social media platforms,

For more information, be sure to check out Apple Music’s official website, here.

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