NMF Roundup: Markus Schulz delivers some summer heat, Robotaki teams up with Mike Clay, Liquid Stranger drops some free form + more

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NMF Roundup: Markus Schulz delivers some summer heat, Robotaki teams up with Mike Clay, Liquid Stranger drops some free form + moreOcaso Festival Tamarindo By Pablo Murillo 06 01 2018 1184

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.


Sleepy Tom and Youngblood team up for a catchy collaboration, “In My Head.” It’s both refined and dance floor-ready, aided by dreamy vocals.


Markus Schulz taps Capital Cities‘ SEBU for an infectious original, “Upon My Shoulders.” Acoustic guitar melodies and wistful vocals from SEBU make this the perfect end-of-summer anthem.


Lively horn stabs and an invigorating beat fuel Toyboy & Robin‘s new release, “Horn It.” The London duo’s latest is out via Nothing Else Matters.


Georgia Ku lends her enchanting voice to this new collaboration between Captain Cuts and Zookëper. “Do You Think About Me” is highlighted by chopped-up vocals and a lively house beat.


Carnage celebrates this week’s 8/08 day with a ferocious trap number featuring Sludge. He builds into the song with ominous choir-like vocals and a call of “El Diablo” to kick off the drop.


Tom Tyger, Charles B and VCTRY channel old-school house vibes in their unexpected collaboration, One Too Many.” The track is out now via Protocol Recordings.


LUUDE says he’s “actually been sitting on this one since the start of 2017 and never finished it” until now. “Omen” is highlighted by hefty bass and a dark vibe.


Robotaki has delivered “a song from my heart to yours” in his latest, “Brooklyn ’95.” He taps Mike Clay for the track’s vocals, adding to the laid-back atmosphere he exudes.


A month after releasing his “Erase” remix package featuring Arty and Lights, FRND has come out with a sentimental new single, “Before U I Didn’t Exist.”


Liquid Stranger brings eerie, spacey wobbles in his newest original, “Gunslinger.” The free form bass track features Pistol and is out now via WAKAAN.

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Listen To Landis’ New Remix Of “In My Head” By Party Favor feat. Georgia Ku

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Easily the most beautiful track from his recent EP, Party Favor’s “In My Head” featuring Georgia Ku just got a phenomenal house remix from Landis.

Making sure to keep Ku’s gorgeous vocals entirely intact, Landis instead puts a little groove in the track with a modified bassline and some added piano chords, just to make it a little more vibrant.

We guarantee you’ll be shuffling and bouncing your head to this for weeks – it’s insanely catchy.

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Source: Listen To Landis’ New Remix Of “In My Head” By Party Favor feat. Georgia Ku

Your EDM Exclusive: Cazzette – Static [PRMD]

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We all know the name, we all love their music, Cazzette is back again with their newest single “Static” and Your EDM has the exclusive premiere. Featuring vocals from Georgia Ku, “Static” starts out soft and sensual enough. The soft piano notes and minimal effects on the vocals provide a stellar atmosphere for the track to grow and morph as it leads naturally into the drop.

It’s hard to think of a drop within EDM that comes close to this style in the past year, dropping into a precise melodic series of chords and bringing the vocals back in a natural way during the drop. It’s almost like… a song? Yep.

“We wrote the track together in LA with Georgia Ku whose voice captured our attention instantly. It has since been in the works for quite some time as Seb and I have gone back and forth between different productions to make our original vision true. After digging into some garage and jazz inspiration, we finally wrapped up our new single ‘Static’ and could not be happier. The track is something different then the typical 4/4 house that we normally find ourselves experimenting with.”- Alexander Björklund 

The progression of the track is easily one of its most attractive aspects, rarely making a clear delineation between rise, drop and whatever else. It’s smooth and clean, and owes itself perfectly to repeat play.

Check it out below!

 

Facebook image courtesy of Alex Sebastian

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Source: Your EDM Exclusive: Cazzette – Static [PRMD]