NMF Roundup: Diplo remixes Kaskade, Spencer Brown takes on deadmau5 + 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.

Diplo leads the charge this NMF with a sultry remix of Kaskade, Felix Cartal and Jenn Blosil’s “More,” and Spencer Brown previews deadmau5’s forthcoming here’s the drop! remix LP with his take on “fn pig (ov).” Cashmere Cat’s sophomore album makes its debut on Sept. 20, featuring song like the Christina Aguilera-sampled “WATERGIRL,” and Chris Lorenzo takes on Boombox Cartel and MadeinTYO’s “NEW WIP.” M83’s much-anticipated 15-song DSVII is out now, featuring songs like “Feelings,” and Kill Paris puts an even groovier spin on Haywyre’s already-funky “Storyteller.” Opiuo and Lafa Taylor shine in “Send It,” and Muzzy tackles Knife Party’s “Ghost Train” with a sinister rendition of his own. Billy Kenny and Huxley take to the dance floor on “SWEAT,” and Feenixpawl and Marcus Santoro bring the feels with “Forever Young.” Cristoph puts his own spin on The Temper Trap’s “Sweet Disposition,” and Dom Dolla plays with words on “San Frandisco.” David Guetta remixes himself as Jack Back in a new remix of “Thing For You,” and Luttrell paints a serene soundscape with his remix of Jai Wolf and Mr Gabriel’s “Lose My Mind.”

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.

Lucille Croft and TMRRW release hard-hitting mid-tempo bass screamer, ‘Walk in the Rave’

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Lucille Croft and TMRRW release hard-hitting mid-tempo bass screamer, ‘Walk in the Rave’Lucille Croft

Lucille Croft has released a single with TMRRW on Black Tiger Sex Machine‘s Kannibalen Records that expands on the boundaries of mid-tempo bass with obtuse glitch fills and malevolent intent. Croft, an Australian producer, is rising strong, luring festival fanatics at Ultra Australia, OMNIA (Day Club), It’s The Ship Festival, and Ministry of Sound Club with her menacing sound design. TMRRW is a duo from Brisbane, rising as some of the industry’s hardest-hitting producers.

“Walk In The Rave” begins as a menacing stroll to the club, as sparkling vocal cuts flutter through the airspace. The percussion kicks out and listeners are left with the protagonist letting fans in on the not-so-subtle secret that we’re walking in the rave. The kick comes back for anticipation and listeners are dropped on their heads for some mind-boggling glitched-out bass music with effortless dynamics.