Listen to the most flavour-packed tracks we discovered this week.
Music makes the world go round. And in that regard, we’re constantly on the lookout for new, exciting tunes to share with our audience. We’ve found some that cause goosebumps, and make you open your eyes and get up from your chair to dance. So put on your best pair of headphones, or turn up your speakers, and enjoy this week’s New Music Friday.
Here are our top picks for the best music we came across this week, in no particular order.
Ar|Roots & Starmode – Lift Me Up
Genre: Tech House, House
Lift yourself up with a collaboration of a handful of skilled producers. Ar|Roots, a duo formed by brothers David and Albert with over two decades of combined experience, sees itself against Finnish artist collective Starmode, on their latest, ‘Lift Me Up‘.
Groovy, powerful and refreshing, ‘Lift Me Up’ merges everything you’d love about an old-school House track into a Tech House beat that once simply can’t get enough of. Chances are, you’re going to get some energy after listening to this one.
Synymata, MmmCherry & Leah Culver – Back In Time
Genre: Dubstep, Future Bass
Prepare for a one-way journey. Bass producer Synymata joins forces with MmmCherry and the voice of Leah Culver for a spectacular melodic voyager, ‘Back In Time‘.
Beautiful ambience takes you by the hand and slowly sinks you into the rabbit hole of this track, and before you even know it you’re right in front of the most drastic change, from a melodic masterpiece to a festival anthem. Make sure to breathe before the drop!
ALWZ SNNY & Robbie Rosen – King of Hearts
Genre: Hardstyle, Happy Hardcore
Behind a sunshine mask with three smiles, Annapolis producer ALWZ SNNY makes sure to spread positivity through his music every second. The fact he produced this single alongside American Idol finalist Robbie Rosen should tell you all you need to know about its quality.
‘King of Hearts‘ draws your beloved Euphoric Hardstyle progression that makes you lift your hands high up in the air, all while singing along to the melody — without you even noticing how you got to memorise it in just one go.
Nils Hoffmann & Kasbo feat. Vancouver Sleep Clinic – Running In A Dream
Genre: Deep House, Progressive House
One of Germany’s most outstanding producers of the past years, Nils Hoffmann, just announced his next album, Running In A Dream, to be released via Anjunadeep. Out today is the title track from said album, which counts with the presence of Swedish producer Kasbo, and the special vocal feature of Vancouver Sleep Clinic.
Melodic, dynamic, yet chill and pleasant, ‘Running In A Dream’ presents itself as a beautiful in-between genre-bender. Imagine Melodic Techno, Organic House, and Progressive, all coming together alongside soft piano lines and vocal bliss. That’s it.
CASSIMM – Son De Lo (Tim Cullen Remix)
Genre: Tech House, House
For a Tech House belter, check out Tim Cullen‘s latest piece of work. An absolute breakthrough in the Industry, Cullen has made headlines for his infectious groove and great skills. Just so you know, the man was hand-picked to be a resident DJ at Ministry of Sound, in London.
Today’s remix is one for CASSIMM‘s ‘Son De Lo‘, a track which, under Cullen’s creative reimagination, comes as a club-ready record, and which has earned the support of many big stars already. Press play and you’ll see why’s that.
Zombie Cats – Flava
Genre: Drum and Bass
Having been around for close to a decade by now, Zombie Cats, funnily enough, identify more as chameleons than cats: their passion for music knows no bounds regarding styles or genres. Anything from purebred Drum and Bass to Hip-Hop-tinted EDM, you shouldn’t expect anything from them, other than an excellent quality.
Their single ‘Flava‘ has just been lifted from their album Mutation & Reanimation, and through clever Drum and Bass atmospheres and tight percussion, it hopes to represent all the evolution of the Zombie Cats project over the years. And, on top of that, it’s unreasonably savoury.
Stay tuned for all the music we’ll be sharing under the NMF and TTT concepts each week. And be sure to follow EDMTunes for all the latest news and reviews that revolve around our beloved Electronic Dance Music!
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Afterlife Announces Second Miami Music Week Date
In a thrilling statement, Afterlife, the renowned label and event promoter, has just unveiled its plans for a second date during Miami Music Week 2024. With a pulse on the beating heart of the Electronic Music scene, Afterlife has become synonymous with transcendent visual experiences and cutting-edge sounds. The anticipation reaches new heights as the announcement of a second date answers the prayers of thousands of fans who so desperately asked for another date.
As the magic of Miami Music Week approaches, Afterlife sets the stage for a sonic voyage that will undoubtedly be the talk of the town. Quite possibly the single fastest-growing event inside Dance music, this 2-day extravaganza is set to be a memorable one.
Miami Music Week events are pivotal, uniting global talents, setting trends, and creating moments etched in Dance music history. For an entire week, America gathers some of the biggest personalities in the scene for a week of connecting, partying, and making sure the best of the industry is ready to shine in the upcoming year.
Having not only one, but a second date added due to the high demand, speaks volumes about the work Afterlife is doing. The label owned by Tale Of Us has turned Melodic Techno into one of the strongest subgenres around. Now, they look forward to further cementing their legacy inside America during one of its most important weeks.
Taking over the Miami Marine Stadium, attendees to such an iconic week will have the chance to enjoy the performance of the moment.
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Tale Of Us, their very talented roster, and thousands of fans are ready to make these two of the most memorable days in recent dance music history. There’s no guessing what might happen. The ultimate audiovisual experience of dance music comes to Miami Music Week.
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What So Not, Trivecta, Henry Fong, and 4B Join Phase 2 Lineup For Pulse Event’s Spring Festival: Lunar New Year Celebration
Pulse Events is bringing the heat with its phase 2 lineup for their Spring Festival: Lunar New Year Celebration at Brooklyn’s Avant Gardner on February 18-19, 2024. Headlined by SLANDER and Alan Walker, this two-day event is not just about music but promises a full-blown celebration of Chinese New Year and the Lunar calendar’s spring. Tickets are still available for purchase on DICE.
The Phase 2 lineup introduces a mix of local Asian-American talent. SLANDER leads the charge on Sunday, supported by Trivecta and Samplifire. The Great Hall will also feature local talent REMIX and Jom Zeng B2B Zion. Sunday night at Kings Hall boasts dynamic performances from local acts like G-NET, Orlost, DYVERGENT, GRIMMACE, and PSYTOXI.
Monday sees Alan Walker in the Great Hall, joined by 4B, Henry Fong, 4YU, and CYBERPUNK. What So Not headlines Kings Hall on Monday, with support from SunRyse, Kasi Opi B2B Charmy, and closing acts Auxygen, Minijoy B2B 1MO.
Pulse Event’s Spring Festival goes beyond music, featuring a lively night market with Lunar New Year treats. Attendees can enjoy immersive experiences like a glam station, interactive photo booth, Kandi Bracelet stations, Spin The Wheel excitement, and a Fortune Wall for writing wishes.
Established in 2015, Pulse Events has emerged as a key player in the Asian-American electronic music scene, specializing in organizing concerts and live performances across North America and beyond. With a mission to pioneer cultural and media innovation, this event producer and promoter brand has successfully hosted industry-leading electronic music artists like Afrojack, Gryffin, KSHMR, Kill The Noise, Like Mike, Seven Lions, Vini Vici, Yellow Claw, and others. Pulse Events has also produced world tours for South Korean acts such as EXO and Big Bang.
Pulse Events aims to represent Asian-Americans within the global dance music community by paying homage to the Lunar New Year. In 2024, Pulse Events will further champion the Asian American market by holding more events and supporting youth organizations and groups that highlight Asian culture. In addition to dance music events, Pulse Events created the Krazy Super concert to promote K-pop music in New York and Los Angeles, uniting more fans who love Asian culture.
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Published Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2024 03:37:29 +0000
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Tomorrowland Turns 20: Meet This Year’s Stage Hosts
The legendary Belgian EDM festival, Tomorrowland, turns 20 this summer! Booming with excitement, it’s set to be an unforgettable experience for fans in Boom, Belgium. Get ready for a stellar lineup of stage hosts igniting the party.
Dive into the Vortex of Atmosphere Stage
The Atmosphere Stage, an iconic behemoth crowned by a soaring 105-foot tent and bathed in 12,000 dazzling LED lights, is a vortex of excitement. 26-year-old Andromedik, Belgium’s rising Drum and Bass star, will take over Atmosphere with “Andromedik Not Invited.” Having etched his name in history as the first Drum and Bass DJ on the Tomorrowland Mainstage since Netsky in 2018, Andromedik is ready to blow the audience away once again.
Amber Broos Takes Command
But hold on, the party doesn’t stop there! Amber Broos, a 21-year-old Belgian DJ and producer renowned for her fresh blend of Techno and Belgian Retro, will take command of the Atmosphere stage next. Get ready to be captivated by her unique sound, as she injects Tomorrowland’s 20th chapter with a vibrant jolt of energy.
Crafted by Masters: The Art of Stage Hosts
It’s no secret that the selection of stage hosts is the secret sauce of the Tomorrowland experience. Core, Afterlife, Lost Frequencies & Friends and many more add their own distinct flavor and talent to the mix. This festival has always been about embracing innovation and pushing boundaries. The 20th chapter promises to be a monumental testament to its enduring legacy.
Stay tuned! Tomorrowland will soon unveil more exciting announcements, introducing the diverse lineup of artists who will shape this momentous celebration. The anticipation adds another layer of excitement to this already eagerly awaited event.
Get ready to immerse yourselves in an unforgettable experience as Tomorrowland turns 20. Prepare for a world of music, lights, and unparalleled energy that only Tomorrowland can deliver.
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Published Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2024 14:53:49 +0000
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