Kaskade releases ‘Redux 003 (Deluxe)’ giving fans 5 new tracks

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Kaskade releases ‘Redux 003 (Deluxe)’ giving fans 5 new tracksKaskade Redu Remi

Back in May, Kaskade released the third edition of his Redux EP series, which clocked in at a staggering 18 tracks. Somewhere along the way, though, it seems like the progressive house pioneer deemed that 18 originals just wasn’t enough, and opted to bulk Redux 003 up with just a few more takes. No complaints here. Redux 003 (Deluxe) brings a total of five new jams to the party, with a handful of completely fresh Kaskade productions and a couple of indelible remixes of favorites from Redux past.

Stood out among the new licks is “Still Waiting,” the only track of the lot that’s produced solely by Kaskade himself, and one that still bears the California-based producer’s heartfelt audible signature while straying a bit from the lush house sound that he’s most known for. Soft pads create an instant dream state for a bassline that percolates and ticks along a chopped chillstep beat, all of which simply set the stage for a classic Kaskade vocal track that’s as vulnerable as it is beautiful. The second brand new original on the release is the equally atmospheric and objectively more aggressive “Lose Control,” a soulful peak-hour bomb produced in collaboration with BROHUG. Also included is the very recently released joint with TELYKast, “No One Else.”

The remixes on the updated Redux 003 include LöKii’s turbo-bass rendition of “Ruckus,” that craftily preserves the electroclash vibes of the original and Diplo’s remix of “More,” with a bassline so deep that it’s almost guttural.

Redux 003 (Deluxe) is out now on Arkade Records.

Kaskade joins TELYKast for feel-good crossover tune, ‘No One Else’

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Kaskade joins TELYKast for feel-good crossover tune, ‘No One Else’Kaskade Redu Photo Credit Insomniac

2019 has been quite the busy year for dance music ambassador Kaskade, filled with twist and turns. Outside a small setback in that the third edition of his SunSoaked festival didn’t come to fruition, things have generally been on the up for the veteran producer. He and Diplo remixed each other, with the former taking on “Give Dem” and the latter re-molding “More,” and it’s just been revealed that he’ll be headlining a New Year’s Eve show at New York’s Terminal 5. September 20 commenced perhaps the most expansive Redux tour to date, in which he’ll be taking fans across the USA down memory lane with his deeper-oriented cuts and unearthed classics.

Regardless of the packed schedule, Kaskade has remained committed to the studio, crafting plenty of anthemic new tunes to keep audiences busy and ingraining himself deeper within the crossover sphere. The latest in this series of releases comes as a collaboration with rising pop collective TELYKast on his Arcade imprint. “No One Else” is a feel-good, radio friendly vocal tune that unfolds slowly across streams of euphoric synth progressions and lush harmonic elements. The vocals shine in this piece, with rich and deep undertones striking a pleasurable balance with the instrumentation surrounding it. We can hear it on the main stage already.

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NMF Roundup: Zedd and Kehlani create a ‘Good Thing,’ Boys Noize links with Francis and the Lights + more

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NMF Roundup: Zedd and Kehlani create a ‘Good Thing,’ Boys Noize links with Francis and the Lights + moreZedd Rukes

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.

Zedd and Kehlani kick things off this final Friday of September with their new collaboration, “Good Thing,” and Boys Noize links with Francis and the Lights for “Why Not?” Kaskade keeps it mellow on his new collaboration with TELYkast, “No One Else,” and Zeds Dead join forces with Funkin Matt an Fiora for “Feel So.” AC Slater’s new album includes tunes like “Bad Behavior” with Chris Lorenzo and Purple Velvet Curtains, and Mercer takes on DJ Snake and Majid Jordan’s “Recognize.” Golf Clap and MASTERIA deliver “Mystery Scene” on mau5trap/Insomniac, and Gareth Emery follows “Laserface 01 (Aperture)” with “Laserface 02 (Thoughts In Pieces).” Dimension remixes himself on “If You Want To,” and Gorgon City reveal “Warehouse Mix” and “Terrace Dub” iterations of “There For You.” Tritonal team up with Rosie Darling on “Never Be The Same,” and NGHTMRE remixes Saven Lions, SLANDER, Dabin, and Dylan Matthew’s “First Time.” Galantis bring their piano-filled joy to “Holy Water,” and Tinlicker reveal their new LP, This Is Not Our Universe. Anna Lunoe and Nina Las Vegas cook up a weekend heater, “One Thirty,” and YehMe2 remixes Matoma and Bryn Christopher’s “All Around The World.”

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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Lunar Lunes: KOAN Sound return, Zomboy showcases feisty ‘Lone Wolf,’ Doctor P gives listeners ‘something to believe in’ + 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.

Three years in the making, KOAN Sound have unveiled a single from their forthcoming debut album, Polychrome. Also making a comeback is Haywyre, who’s released his first single in two years: the disco-infused “Tell Me.” Luttrell returns to Anjunadeep for “Out of Me,” a mystical venture that propels the listener deep into outer space. Dubstep powerhouses Teminite, Chime and PsoGnar have teamed up for a dynamic single, “Monster,” which showcases all three artists’ skillful wobble-crafting abilities, along with PsoGnar’s vocals. Also in the dubstep realm, Doctor P returns with his fourth release of the year, “Something To Believe In.” Xavi’s created a clever take on Porter Robinson‘s notable “Sea of Voices,” and Nitti Gritti molds his own bass-heavy version of Dillon Francis‘ “White Boi.”

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).