Lunar Lunes: Kill The Noise and Mija bring ‘Salvation,’ The Bloody Beetroots and Ephwurd team up + 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.

Kill The Noise and Mija jump-start this post-EDC Monday with a formidable new collaboration, “Salvation,” and The Bloody Beetroots and Ephwurd deliver a powerful electro number in “Wildchild” from The Bloody Beetroots’ forthcoming Heavy EP. Honey & Badger and kramder return to Tchami’s CONFESSION for a groovy new track, “Da Pinte,” and Just a Gent makes “First Contact” in his new single. Wuki and Ship Wrek take on Daft Punk’s iconic “Technologic” in a new “Wukileak,” and Shaun Frank teams up with Lexy Panterra for “Where Do You Go.” Dombresky remixes LSD’s “No New Friends,” and the Nervo sisters are “Sober” in their new single. Summer Was Fun brings a fun summertime atmosphere in his new track, “Frozen in Time,” and BLEEP BLOOP flips Vince Staples’ “GTFOMD.” Joris Voorn delivers a radio edit of “RYO,” and Slow Magic takes on hit song “Old Town Road.”

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

Lunar Lunes: Oliverse releases ‘Somethin Good,’ Adventure Club take on Underoath, Shaun Frank creates ‘Shapes’ + 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.

RÜFÜS DU SOL lead off volume three of the Solace remixes with a gorgeously atmospheric take on “Lost in My Mind” from Icarus. Prince Fox continues his string of recent releases with “Rock Paper Scissors,” and Approaching Nirvana returns with the emotive and melodic “Lost The Signal” with Cara Leigh. Summer Was Fun brings Lil Dweeb aboard for “Simple,” and Oliverse returns to Disciple for a formidable dubstep track, “Somethin Good.” Adventure Club tackle Underoath‘s “Some Will Seek Forgiveness, Others Escape” in a new remix. Fytch takes on DROELOE‘s “Step By Step” in the duo’s new remix package for The Choices We Face. Shaun Frank wraps up 2018 with a groovy house tune on Spinnin’ Records, “Shapes.”

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

NMF Roundup: sound track your weekend with new goodies from Fehrplay, Kryder, Michael Brun, 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.



Knapsack had to overcome his personal dissatisfaction with “Matrix,” which he pointed to as having been a deeply personal work. The rolling bass tune slides down warm hills of string and synth for a pleasing effect.


“Born At Night” has been an unreleased ID for over three years now. It’s finally arrived, with Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman pairing with Sirena to create a feel-good commercial house composition for the main stage.


DallasK adds his own cheery spin to the infectious Tritonal single “Luv U Right,” which draws its appeal largely from Lourdiz’ vocals. The original is twisted into a whistful pop house jam that summons carefree memories.


Newcomer Kevin Courtois joins forces with twerking extraordinaire Lexy Panterra for a mellow number called “Uncertainty” that certainly feels heavily influenced by The xx — from the warm guitar riffs, to the ethereal vocals and bittersweet atmosphere. They’ve done well in instilling a sense of calm into their record, much like the band that inspired them.


“Supercool” feels like the sonic equivalent of consuming an ice cream cone on a hot day. Olwik & Raie tap Felix Adebe for vocal duties, resulting in a funk-influenced number whose nostalgia is balance with a modern edge.


There’s no going wrong with a bubbly festival house track that coats its listeners in a sweet glaze of catchy vocals and euphoria-inducing saw synths. METAFO4R gets the job done effortlessly in, “The Best Part Of Me,” sparking the urge to happily bounce around to its galloping drop.


Haitian wonder Michael Brun brings the heat in the appropriately-dubbed “Spice,” whose pitched-down, but invigorating house underlay is transformed into a tougher number with the assistance of Kah-Lo’s verses.


This song is definitely NSFW, but a fantastic listen for feeling vengeful outside the office. TeaMarr’s fiery vocals speak to many, and the swing-based production beneath is wildly infectious.


Coyu‘s Suara imprint changed directions from its original tech house aesthetic in 2017, building up its portfolio in various other shades of house and techno since. Its newest EP showcases the melodic variety currently sweeping the underground, with “Pulsar” by Oliver Winters and GNTN serving as a standout.


It’s difficult not to want to funk out to Krafty Kuts and Dynamic MC’s, “Impact.” Funk-influenced guitar and bass are accented by other nostalgic elements, creating a retro scene in the mind filled with block parties and underground hip-hop clubs.


Fehrplay‘s newest EP on his Mood Of Mind imprint is filled with uplifting sentiment and blissful melodies that feel like a warm breeze or a fresh cup of coffee. Its title track is particularly tasteful, with chaotic riffs of synthesizer leading into a chunky drop that makes listeners want to stomp on the floor.


Up-and-coming Netherlands-based duo Silque offer up an infectious new original work titled “Chasing Love” on Martin Garrix’s own STMPD RCRDS. Striking piano chords and strong vocal loops power this easy listening house gem that’s worth multiple repeated listens.


Kaskade’s most recent delivery, “Fun,” with BROHUG and Mr. Tape has proven to be a versatile canvas for some solid remix work. AC Slater and Phlegmatic Dogs recently took on the Arkade label head’s newest original piece and now King Arthur is giving “Fun” another set-primed rework effort.


Kryteria Records helmer, Kryder comes through with a spicy new original work, “La Cumbiambera” alongside Columbian powerhouse collaborator, Cato Anaya. Be wary of starting this one though — once you turn it on you won’t be able to get yourself to turn it off. You’ve been warned.


Armada Records recruit Funkin Matt takes on “Twilight vs. Breathe” with a bouncy new remix treatment that’s primed for heavy club play. Reach for this one when looking for a smooth house cruiser — Funkin Matt won’t disappoint.


Tujamo and Salvatore Ganacci have a new weekend shuffler in the bag on their new joint effort. The collaboration, titled, “Jook It,” is a fist-pumping house thumper with Kingston’s Richie Loop providing his signature dubby vocals. “Jook It” is out now via Spinnin’ Records.


UK electronic outfit Vessels have enlisted Max Cooper for a remix of “Everyone is Falling,” from the band’s 2017 LP, The Great Distraction. Complementing the original with his personal touch, Max Cooper offers an extended electronic rework with a distinct experimental appeal.


Toronto mainstay DJ and producer Ryan Shepherd drops off a feel-good dance piece titled “Blue Monday” marked by addicting pitch bending vocal loops and effects. Bold keystrokes, snappy percussion, and tightly wound builds carry the tune through, coming together as an aced original work from Shepherd.


Shaun Frank grabs vocalist YA-LE for a sensual house joint on Ultra Records called, “Bon Appétit” that rides plucky synthwork and infectious verses with an ear worm hook that is perfect the tail end of pool party season.

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NMF Roundup: Like Mike releases a solo track, Hardwell manufactures the next mainstage hit, and more

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Like Mike goes solo with new release “Rewind” with smooth vocals and pop chords. “Rewind” is the perfect smooth summer track that is sure to grace radio stations across the world.

Todd Heller brings pac man to music with gaming synths and interesting chord combinations with cutting drops in new release “Ride It.”

Melodic chords flow through Max Styler‘s latest commercial house release with Ella Boh’s captivating vocals.

Hardwell has created an absolutely tremendous production with newest track “Earthquake” with Harrison.

Oliver Tree combines house, rap, and a commanding electronic backdrop to create unique track “Movement.”

Madnap puts a future pop spin on Win and Woo’s “Chasing Tail.”

Duo Super8 & Tab team up for a new single “Burn” featuring Hero Baldwin, which will be a part of their upcoming album Reformation Part 2.

VIRTU remixed Mark Johns and Imad Royal’s “Heart Shaped Box,” which initially slows down the tempo but falls into a bass and dubstep infused crazy drop.

Xan Griffin is doing a Zodiac series where he releases a song based upon each sign. He has released “Taurus” featuring Tedy for the grounded and practical Taurus’s out there.

Gorgon City has created the next dance floor sensation with new release “Go Deep.”

Mike Williams tries his hand at Commercial House and succeeds in new track “Give It Up” with its catchy drop and compelling vocals.

Shaun Frank and Krewella make a formidable production trio given the quality of new release “Gold Wings.”

In an unlikely remix, Steve Aoki tries his hand at remixing Matoma‘s “Lonely.” His remix of the track adds a bouncy chord progression that is hard to get out of the listener’s head.

Ravell teams up with Jack Trades and BAER for house tune “Feelin’ You.”

Slushii proves his tracks will never lose their bounce in new song”Through the Night” featuring Hatsune Miku with its gaming synths and high pitched chords.

Dubstep fans can get their fix with KAI WACHI‘s new two track ICHOR EP.

Lost Kings go full on pop as they continue to experiment with genres in new song “When We Were Young.”

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NMF Roundup: The Glitch Mob slows things down, Borgeous reups Marshmello, ATTLAS stuns, Daniel Avery delivers + 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.


Break out your Tigers Beat: The White Panda elevates the hottest rising boy band, save for Brockhampton, lifting Why Don’t We’s empowering hit single “Trust Fund Baby” to newfound heights with an injection of feel-good vibes and upbeat danceability that beckons innumerable repeats.

Raito digs into a bag of old-school garage tricks with a burgeoning breakbeat remix of Virtual Self‘s hyperactive, fantasy-themed electronic “Ghost Voices,” transforming the number into an even heavier, drum-sweltering beast.

Borgeous reupholsters Marshmello‘s “FRIENDS” with a most passionate swatch, ditching the track’s acoustics, and accentuating its passionate lyrics tenfold.

Ashley Wallbridge‘s uplifting Gareth Emery rework and effervescent trance tune aligns itself with an era of Armada‘s finest amidst its formal release.

With the vocal help of Tima Dee, Fareoh asserts his versatile studio reign once more.

Midnight Kids consider Shaun Frank‘s “Addicted” in a compelling new ’80s-centric dance-heavy decorum.

Big Gigantic ushers everyone to the dancefloor with a groovy new take on The KnocksFoster The People collaboration.

Though the track’s title and lyrical content is lacking sincere cerebral depth, SNBRN coalesces Peking Duk‘s “Wasted” into a digestible summertime tune, making the number’s monotone vocals and cringeworthy frat bro vibes a smaller, but bearable pill to swallow.

Marcel Dettman‘s burgeoning warehouse Mount Kimbie remix of “Four Years And One Day” meets streaming services as a meticulously crafted far cry from its shoegazey original.

The Glitch Mob slow things down with Elohim, showcasing their softer side, and highlighting their carefully calculated production capabilities.

Junior Sanchez embodies the essence that’s come to define him on “Forget” — always moving forward, without ever losing sight of where he’s been.

Sofi Tukker busts out a thrashing, ridiculously colorful new tune ahead of their debut album Treehouse out next Friday, April 13, elevating its anticipation to unforeseen heights.

ATTLAS is at home in the treetops and ensures listeners his glittery techno is a style which will only continue to define an era of mau5trap in years to come.

At long last Chris Lake has found his mind…. It seems this beat has taken it, and we’re glad to finally have it back, even if it was just for the sake of this one tantalizing tune.

Daniel Avery’s cavernous, contemplative techno album Song For Alpha has arrived. Perhaps best encapsulating the aforementioned, “Glitter” is a flurry from the club space, rife with atmosphere, and embedded influence of the greats that came before him.

Saving the best for last, Icelandic multi-instrumentalist and composer Ólafur Arnalds bestows his latest sonic gift “re:member.” Enough said.

Shaun Frank, Digital Farm Animals, and Dragonette release catchy collaboration ‘Tokyo Nights’ [VIDEO]

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Shaun Frank teamed up with the multi-talented UK artist Digital Farm Animals and vocalist Dragonette on “Tokyo Nights,” an upbeat, light-hearted collaboration that is geared for the fast-approaching nice weather. The track is loaded with old school beats and disco synths under catchy vocals.

Frank explained the process that went into crafting the track:

“I fell in love with the dragonette vocal the minute I heard it, she has such a signature tone. DFA and I worked really hard to get the production just right to compliment the Topline. Spent a lot of time playing around with analogue synths from the 80’s to add to the vibe and nostalgia of the record . Super excited for people to hear this record, hope everyone enjoys it and plays it loud cruising down the beach or through the city this summer”

Catch Shaun Frank on his North American “Rave Dad Road Trip” tour throughout the spring season.

Delaney Jane – HOWL

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Delaney Jane‘s name has popped up all across the dance music spectrum in recent years. The Canadian singer has been featured on tracks by the likes of Tiësto, Adventure Club, REZZ, and many more. She’s ending 2017 on a high note with a track of her own, “HOWL,” produced by Shaun Frank.

“HOWL” is centered on the singer’s emotive vocals over a simple mellow dance beat. In “HOWL” and its accompanying music video, Delaney Jane showcases both her wild side — calling for her listeners to howl at the moon — while also showing her sensitive side, describing the feeling of longing when being separated from a loved one.

The track is the debut release from Delaney Jane’s upcoming solo EP.

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