NMF Roundup: remix packs arrive by the plenty, KRANE flips a crowd favorite, and Armin digs deep into trance tones
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.
Swedish DJ trio Brohug gets playful with synth work in new single, “Charlie.”
Dutch dynamo Bakermat elects for a retro aesthetic on “Do Your Thing.”
Manila Killa puts a feel good, sun soaked spin on CVRCHES vocal centric “Miracle.”
SoDown slows the tempo on “My Love,” a viscous number that indulges in featured artist Jonny William’s buttery vocals and rich instrumental elements.
Part of Armin van Buuren‘s newly released five-track EP, Blah Blah Blah, “Popcorn” is a sonic snack that’s calorie free.
Shrill synths spike adrenaline in Duckworthsound‘s high powered new single, “Sable Bomb.”
A single that’s sure to make listeners long to listen ’24-7,’ the same-titled track from SUMR CAMP will rhythmically rock streamers, sending them back to the “replay” button in time with the beat.
Lusting for a hard hitting new number? Look no further than Sikdope and ATRIP’s “Badder,” an intense track that features verses from Virus Syndicate.
Marshmello‘s had a steady stream of releases in 2018, and the year is still underway. Mello’s latest, “Tell Me,” is the most recent single to debut off of the saccharine stylist’s forthcoming album, Joytime II.
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