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Launchpad: Electrifying the dance-floor

The Launchpad is a biweekly series showcasing hot new music hand selected by our staff. The tracks in these curated playlists come from both underground and mainstream artists that we love. If you’d like to see your music featured in the Launchpad, you can submit it for consideration here.

This week’s Launchpad consists of some of the best dance-floor-energizing tunes comprised of genres like commercial house, disco and funk, and high-energy big room. Whether listeners are getting ready for a night out on the town, or just want some music to lift their spirits, these handpicked songs are guaranteed to get people dancing in any context.


Missing Words’ new track, “Alright,” is an 80’s themed synth-pop tune that is skillfully driven by smooth vocals, retro synthesizers, and catchy electric guitar riffs. “Alright” is off of Missing Words’ six track EP, Memories, which gives a new-age spin on nostalgic, retro themed dance music.

Rising UK-based artist, FreeJak, delivers a sensationally catchy remix of Ryan Blyth & After 6’s “Show Me.” Freejak showcases his skilled sound design and dexterity by creating something that truly burns bright as timeless dance music hit. This tune is guaranteed to elevate spirits and induce euphoria among listeners.

Dvble Trvble’s brand new track “Dancing in my Head,” featuring Andrew Galucki, is a tasteful combination of bright melodies, crystalline vocals, and a heart-pounding beat. The song is thoughtfully written with harmonious piano chords that dutifully bolster Galucki’s powerful songwriting.

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