NMF Roundup: NGHTMRE and ZHU link for new single, JOYRYDE reveals ‘MADDEN’ + 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.

NGHTMRE and ZHU have linked with Kidd Keem to deliver the delectable “Man’s First Inhibition,” and Seven Lions, MitiS, and RBBTS join forces on “Break The Silence.” JOYRYDE has revealed the third single from his forthcoming LP, “MADDEN,” and Adventure Club, Said the Sky, and Caly Bevier flex their skills on “Already Know.” Duke & Jones try their hand at remixing Party Favor and graves’ “Reach For Me,” and Gareth Emery continues his Laserface takeover with “Laserface 01 (Aperture).” Fox Stevenson announces his debut album with the release of “Hold Steady,” and David Guetta and MORTEN take on a remix of Avicii’s “Heaven.” Also in today’s remix game is Ross From Friends, who puts his own spin on Flume and London Grammar’s “Let You Know.” Mura Masa and Clairo thrill with their release of “I Don’t Think I Can Do This Again,” and Ilan Bluestone reworks Cosmic Gate and Emma Hewitt’s “Be Your Sound.”

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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Sumthin Sumthin – Confused ft JAWNZA

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Sumthin sumthin released his new experimental, industrial trap single, “Confused,” featuring JAWNZA off UZ‘s Quality Goods label. With a cinematic, oscillating build at the beginning, the song takes an angry turn towards gritty bass, slicing synths, and popping percussion. JAWNZA’s voice adds an accompanying harmony to the headbanging vibe.

This new style of trap is becoming increasingly popular in the bass realm. Sumthin sumthin’s dynamic sound design and flowing arrangements is a forward-thinking fit for the rapper out of L.A. In the melting pot of EDM, it only makes sense that hip-hop and industrial bass trap meet up somewhere in the middle.

Sumthin sumthin is currently on tour in Canada, heading “down under” to New Zealand and Australia next. On Twitter, he recently mention that he’s tired of everything sounding the same and wants to start making real music that’s emotional and genuine. Watch out for continued sonic and arrangement experimentation from a sound design virtuoso.

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