NMF Roundup: Whethan and Dua Lipa team up on a powerhouse collab, Just A Gent explores half time, The Chainsmokers release a remix pack + more
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.
The Chainsmokers release a remix package for their instrument-heavy single, “Sick Boy,” taking us back in time to their EDM days, before they began pursuing the popular boy band aesthetic.
Just A Gent’s “404” is a heavy half-time banger with seismic drops and an experimental nature.
San Holo continues his path the global dominance with his recent remix pack that enlists the talents of Grant and MYRNE. The result is a couple tracks that take their own unique approached to San Holo’s electronic new wave sound.
Marshmello cranks out a bland banger, featuring English singer and songwriter Anne-Marie, with lyrics about as shallow as his bucket head get up.
Ukrainian trance and progressive house producers Ost & Meyer experiment with electro-house elements in this surprising, expressive single full of energy.
When Kendrick Lamar and Skrillex team up, the two leaders of their respective genres can simply do no wrong. Their latest collaboration, “HUMBLE.” gets a “Q&A Reconditioning” with strong lyrics and those quintessential Skrilley drops we all know and love.
Australian producer Sonny Fodera offers up another hit, “Moving Up,” out now on SOLOTOKO, that occupies the space between deep house and techno, a signature of Fodera. MANT brings a blissfully decked-out melodic apex to the this warehouse ready track.