Lunar Lunes: Luca Lush and Sadkey flip Flume, Bloodtone remixes deadmau5 and Kaskade + more

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Each week, New Music Friday sweeps through with torrential force, showering streaming platforms with immeasurable amounts of new tunes. Just like Dancing Astronaut rounds up 25 of the biggest songs of the week for the Hot 25 Spotify playlist each New Music Friday, Lunar Lunes serves as a landing pad for SoundCloud users who want a whole new dose of tunes to kick off the work week.

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

Lunar Lunes: Tchami and Ibranovski unleash ‘Omega,’ Delta Heavy and KUURO team up on ‘Replicant’ + more

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Lunar Lunes: Tchami and Ibranovski unleash ‘Omega,’ Delta Heavy and KUURO team up on ‘Replicant’ + moreTchami Future Fest Maria Boyadgis

Each week, New Music Friday sweeps through with torrential force, showering streaming platforms with immeasurable amounts of new tunes. Just like Dancing Astronaut rounds up 25 of the biggest songs of the week for the Hot 25 Spotify playlist each New Music Friday, Lunar Lunes serves as a landing pad for SoundCloud users who want a whole new dose of tunes to kick off the work week.

Perhaps March 25th’s biggest release is a fiery collaboration between CONFESSION‘s Tchami and Ibranovski by the name of “Omega.” DEVAULT puts his own mellow spin on Alessia Cara‘s “Out of Love,” and Oliverse cranks up the intensity on a remix of Emalkay’s “Fabrication.” Golf Clap keep things smooth and grooving with their new single, “Demo Tapes,” and Riggi & Piros join forces with MOTi for “Side 2 Side.” Delta Heavy reveal their 11-track Only In Dreams LP, featuring “Replicant” with KUURO, and CloZee puts her own worldly downtempo twist on Axel Thesleff’s “Eco.” Zack Martino takes on Armin van Buuren‘s “Lonely For You” with Bonnie McKee, and Sullivan King throws it back to 2005 with a hardcore remix of Green Day’s “Boulevard of Broken Dreams.” Grant returns to Monstercat for a contemplative new single, “Wishes,” and W&W and Maurice West link up on “Matrix.” MYRNE taps Sam Rui and Gentle Bones for “Call, Call Me,” and Amon Tobin previews his forthcoming studio album with the release of “Vipers Follow You.”

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

Photo credit: Maria Boyadgis

Lunar Lunes: Lemaitre reveal new single, NWYR and Andrew Rayel join forces, Mark Knight releases new Toolroom original + more

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Lunar Lunes: Lemaitre reveal new single, NWYR and Andrew Rayel join forces, Mark Knight releases new Toolroom original + moreLemaitre Rocket Girl Rac Mi

Each week, New Music Friday sweeps through with torrential force, showering streaming platforms with immeasurable amounts of new tunes. Just like Dancing Astronaut rounds up 25 of the biggest songs of the week for the Hot 25 Spotify playlist each New Music Friday, Lunar Lunes serves as a landing pad for SoundCloud users who want a whole new dose of tunes to kick off the work week.

Norwegian indie duo Lemaitre bring their breezy, easygoing style to “Fast Lovers,” and Andrew Rayel teams up with W&W under their NWYR alias for “The Melody.” The Disco Fries reveal a funky remix for “Blue” from Kaidro on Armada, and Rogue returns to Monstercat for the dreamy “Oceans.” Dirty Audio taps Shai Hicari for powerful “Run & Go,” and Maddix turns up the intensity on his noteworthy big room number, “Zero.” Toolroom head honcho Mark Knight delivers a new original, “The Mystery of Old Ma Clifton,” and Mako drops a remix of last summer’s “Murder” by Alex Ariete. MELVV takes on Katelyn Tarver‘s “Kool Aid” in his newest venture, and Steve Brian remixes Tritonal‘s “Gonna Be Alright.”

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

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Exclusive: Axmod – Talk ft DiRTY RADiO

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Just in time for summer, French producer Axmod unveils his latest single, “Talk.” A collaborative effort with DiRTY RADiO, “Talk” has a palpable energy that primes it to be a staple of festival season.

Speaking of the track, Axmod had DiRTY RADiO in mind from its earliest moments,

“I first found out about DiRTY RADiO when I heard their track with Young Franco “Drop Your Love” back in 2016. When I was composing “Talk”, I reached out to them for a top line as I thought they’d be the perfect fit, and fortunately we got along really well. Soon enough I got the vocals back and I couldn’t have been happier with them.  The single is a little different to the ‘Brooke’ EP I released last year, but I’m really pleased with how it turned out and I think it’s a great one for summer – I hope everybody likes it!”

The single marks a shift in direction for Axmod after his well-received EP Brooke, opting to meld an upbeat energy and some disco overtones into his house-centric style. Propelled by a kinetic bassline, “Talk’s” groove and singalong vocals make for the ideal of a smooth summer jam.

Dirty Audio – Racks

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Highly decorated trap producer Dirty Audio has returned to Monstercat with his first original release of 2018, “Racks.” The filthy trap track trails the California native’s prolific 2017 release record, which includes his drum & bass-tinged drumstep collaboration, “Stay” with the equally fervent drum & bass duo, Delta Heavy — also via Monstercat.

“Racks” is an electrifying jolt of Dirty Audio’s characteristic trap accents. The track is riddled with sweeping melodic breaks and jagged, oscillating bass.

While Dirty Audio has been producing electronic music since 2011, it wasn’t until 2016 when his Mad Decent collaboration with Rickyxsan, “Gettin’ That,” propelled him into major league EDM prominence. Since then, he has been a seasoned staple in both Panda Funk and Monstercat’s release rosters.

NMF Roundup: Fox Stevenson drops funky original, Manila Killa teams up with Nevve, and more

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The most important day of every week: New Music Friday. As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed.


Fox Stevenson‘s long-awaited Metanoia debut brings forth a playful set of big room bounce sounds to the table on “Bulgogi.”

Panda Eyes & Chime amalgamate future bass overtones with heady dub inspired bass lines on their newest track “White Magic.”

Wooli steps outside the constructs of Delta Heavy and Dirty Audio‘s original production in favor of an atmospheric, vocally grounded future bass ballad.

Shallou’s newest sees the tropical house producer synthesize his bubbly synth tones with Riah’s infectious vocals.

As tech house continues to break into mainstream western dance culture, Brett Gould is placing himself on the forefront of the genre with his biting new track, “Drum Machine.”

Roisto‘s new track, “All Yours,” uses a heightened Axtone platform to showcase saccharine deep house-influenced melodies and a soulful vocal line from PowerDress.

Nevve‘s distorted vocals serve as ear candy for a patterned drum breakdown on Manila Killa‘s newest track “Everyday, Everyday.”

Unlike Pluto‘s emotive ballad “Fade All My Life” is an emotive step into teenage angst through the lens of mainstream electronic music, the result is likely to save a few teenagers from sleepless, thought-racing nights.

Budakid continues to magnify his presence through the release of the progressive masterpiece, “Memories.”

Sneijder‘s rework of Jackob Roenald’s “Shades” is further proof that the tech trance producer is ready to elevate himself further into the worldwide dance music sphere.

Ray Volpe has finally released an original that he’s been playing out for nearly a year, “Walk Away.”

DJ Snake – A Different Way ft Lauv (Dirty Audio Remix) [Free Download]

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The remixes for DJ Snake‘s “A Different Way” keep flooding in. Dirty Audio has joined the ranks of Devault, Tritonal, Kayzo, and many others who have remixed the hit track.

Dirty Audio has added a commanding bassline and an elaborate synth progression to the pop track. The LA-based producer has retained the track’s original integrity while giving it a new edge. The remix is available as a free download.

 

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