The Hot 25: May 26, 2017

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The Hot 25 is the definitive playlist series running through dance music culture and hand­-delivering you the essential tracks of the week. Whether it’s the hottest or quickest trending tracks, brand new music from your favorite artists, or songs from the unknown that should be landing on your radar, Dancing Astronaut brings you 25 carefully selected records that reflect what’s happening in our world.

The past week saw head-turning remixes from Chromeo, Gorgon City, and Dixon; major crossover singles from Martin Garrix, Axwell Ingrosso, and Matoma; and breakout singles from newcomers Emmitt Fenn, Xan Griffin, and Lipless.

Additionally, we’ve provided our top picks from within The DA Hot 25, highlighting two standout tracks.

The Heat of the Week: Lorde – Green Light (Chromeo Remix)

Chromeo’s presence has been rather limited in the past year, however, the funk champions have returned to the spotlight with a groove-drenched remix of Lorde’s “Green Light.” Applying their undefeated formula of robust bass guitar and wavy guitar lines, Chromeo stick to the sound that fans love them for while allowing Lorde’s vocals to still drive the track.

The Breakout Select: Dillon Francis & G-Eazy – Say Less (Gorgon City Remix)

If there’s any house group that almost never misses in their remixes, it’s Gorgon City. Taking on Dillon Francis and G-Eazy’s heavy anthem, “Say Less,” the UK duo trade blaring trap horns for rumbling house basslines and infectious drum samples to create the ultimate summer club heater.

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Throwback Thursday Playlist…1996-2000’s Top 50 Electronic Music Tracks

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Today is Throwback Thursday and we got our 2nd weekly #TBT playlist! Each playlist will be completely different each week. We will be going by time frames, genres, artists, best of’s, and many more different themes for this so make sure to keep checking in every Thursday! For our 2nd #ThrowbackThursday playlist, I went back to where I

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Best New Music From Up and Comers 5/24

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One of the reasons that we here EDM Sauce love electronic music so much, is that it is a constantly evolving, and rapidly changing monster. It seems that every time you take a look at Soundcloud, there’s a ton of new artists, songs, albums, and so much more to check out. The industry’s ability to stay fresh

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Destructo curates seven-hour playlist in anticipation for HARD Summer

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As this August’s HARD Summer Music Festival approaches, the event’s founder, Destructo, has bestowed upon his fans a seven-hour playlist filled with an eclectic array of styles and genres. The playlist includes tracks from all of the festival’s performers, including Tchami, Dog Blood, Malaa, Drezo, and many others.

HARD Summer will take place at the Speedway in Fontana Southern California and will span over two days, August 5-6. The festival will be celebrating its 10 year anniversary, and with headliners such as DJ Snake, Justice, Snoop Dog, and Migos, this year’s iteration is one not to miss.

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Stream JOYRYDE’s blistering ‘Night Owl Radio’ mix

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When it comes to making music, Jonney Ford, also known as JOYRYDE, goes against the grain, pushing the envelope with production techniques while keeping things fresh, striving to be different and at the same time staying true to his artistry. He is influenced by Jauz and Ghastly alike and has described his sound as simultaneously old and new school, bringing some of his own UK garage scene influence to the table with every track.

Joyryde delivers a thirty minute playlist in anticipation for EDC Las Vegas which is now less than a month away. In the mix, he features a variety of styles including tracks from Dr Fresch, Destructo, Migos, Herobust, and Malaa to name a few. The mix is full of surprises and will most definitely be a wonderful addition to pre-games, parties, and of course, car rides, for Joyryde’s namesake.

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Spinnin’ Superstar Throttle Gives Us An Exclusive Interview & Spotify Playlist

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Melbourne based Robbie Bergin AKA Throttle has been working his profile for quite some time already. Kickstarting his Throttle persona at the age of 15, he quickly gained a solid fan base with his early productions. Throttle also released a dirty-disco remix of ‘Hit The Road Jack’ that absolutely blew up, and hit #1 on the

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Throwback Thursday Playlist – Top 50 EDM Songs From 1990-1995

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Today is Throwback Thursday and starting from here on out we will be doing a weekly #TBT playlist! Each playlist will be completely different each week. We will be going by time frames, genres, artists, best of’s, and many more different themes for this so make sure to keep checking in every Thursday! For our

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Meet illuciid, The Newest Artist With The Mau5trap Cosign

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In the past week illuciid has: released his first EP, mau5trap reposted his song, and he started his second semester as a college freshman. Quite the whirlwind of a week for this young producer who has less than 5 tracks out and already has the mau5trap cosign. His track ‘Summit’ is currently sitting at #2

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EXCLUSIVE: Your EDM – Week In Music [Cheat Codes Takeover]

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LA-based house-pop DJ and production trio Cheat Codes is made up of Kevin Ford, Matthew Russell, and Trevor Dahl. The guys are in this week for an exclusive takeover of Your EDM’s – Week In Music Spotify playlist with some of their handpicked favorite tunes at the moment.

From Gerry Gonza’s Confession release “Bad Bitches” to Florian Picasso’s “Make Up Your Mind” with #1 DJ Martin Garrix to R3HAB’s new single, this playlists. The Playlist consists of as much variance by genre as the trio’s stylish outfits. Below are just a couple of quotes from the guys on our favorites out of their favorites for this exclusive Spotify takeover!

“Chemistry” – Steve Void“We toured with Steve in 2016. He is young, and knows the chemistry of the music industry. We are expecting big things.”

“Stamina” – Jordy Dazz“Stolen off Matt’s workout playlist”

“What You Need” – BAYNK“This is BAYNK’s latest and biggest track and we think this guy is onto something. We were on tour with him last year and work with one of his friends from New Zealand who is always playing his songs.”

“Icarus” – R3HAB vs. Sketch Remix: “More R3HAB because we are going to do some tracks together.”

“Queen Elizabeth (Attom Remix)” – Cheat Codes: “We love Attom’s work and love remixes. This song was doing well on Hype Machine, so here it is!”

“Sleeping In” – Phil Good: “Phil Good is mostly indie electronic but we think it has a place on this playlist for people who want something a little different. He has 2 exciting new tracks coming out soon that we have had the privilege of listening to pre release.”

Your EDM – Week In Music [Cheat Codes Takeover]

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Your EDM Month In Music – January 2017

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Welcome to the first Month In Music for 2017! As I’m sure you all know, this month has been filled with two long-anticipated releases from the biggest names in dance music. S0 big in fact that they’re even taking over the pop game; of course it’s none other than The Chainsmokers and Martin Garrix with “Paris” and “Scared To Be Lonely,” respectively.

The most prominent feature in this month’s playlist is a surprise collaboration. It all started when Major Lazer, PARTYNEXTDOOR, and Nicki Minaj all joined forces for “Run Up.” Following that, the brand new Eric Nam, Gallant, and Tablo single “Cave Me In” comes to mind as does “Warrior,” “All Nite” and, “Hey Baby,” with nine artists credited over those three singles.

Plenty of our favorite up-and-coming artists also took the time to drop hot new tracks whether they be remixes of singles. Vanic unleashed his follow-up to “Samurai” with “Too Soon,” while Throttle dropped a hot new remix to “Don’t Leave.” Lost Kings also got involved with a brand new single, as did DROELOE, Saint WKND, and Sonny Alven.

There’s a whole lot more to digest, so be sure to find yourself some free time (one hour and fifty-seven minutes to be precise), kick back, and relax to our brand new Month In Music playlist!

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