NMF Roundup: Oliver Heldens and Riton team up, No Mana remixes Kiiara + more

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It’s most important day of the week: New Music Friday. With the overwhelming amount of tunes hitting the airwaves today, Dancing Astronaut has you covered with the latest edition of The Hot 25.

Oliver Heldens and Riton link with Vula for their new groovy collaboration, “Turn Me On,” and No Mana takes on Kiiara’s “Bipolar.” Kaskade takes his Meghan Trainor collab to another level with the release of a “club mix,” and The Knocks tap R&B crooner Gallant for “Exit Sign.” 3LAU caters to a wide audience on “Miss Me More,” and M83 follows up “Temple of Sorrow” with “Lune de fiel.” Armin van Buuren and Tempo Giusto take things up a notch with “Mr. Navigator,” and Sub Focus and Wilkinson prove to be a formidable drum ‘n’ bass duo on “Illuminate.” AC Slater delivers some new Night Bass heat with “Laid Off,” and DROELOE and Kalulu keep it light on “Broken Bricks.” After debuting the tune on DA earlier this week, Nora En Pure releases her remix of “Lost Souls,” and Machinedrum reveals new possibilities for San Holo’s “Lost Lately.” In another DA-debuted piece this week, Eli Brown rocks steady on “Come Together,” and Morgan Page and HAILENE tug at listeners’ heartstrings on “Footprints.”

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 this NMF.

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Sam Feldt releases double feature to debut album Sunrise To Sunset

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Fresh off of the success of his debut album, Sam Feldt has released an accompanying double project, Sunrise To Sunset. In October 2017, Sammy Renders, better known as Feldt, released a twelve track debut project titled Sunrise. The album appealed to a broad audience, encapsulating styles from deep house, tropical house, and commercial pop music.

Now, Feldt is back with more tropical sounds to satisfy his listeners insatiable desire to groove. The album acts as a double feature and includes twelve additional tracks to accompany the Sunrise project. The result: Sunrise To Sunset. On it, Feldt enlists a number of features from artists such as Sam Martin, Otis Parker, and Olivia Sebastianelli.

If listeners were content with the tropically influenced pop ballads on Sunrise, their joy will be doubled when they hear Sunrise To Sunset.

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