NMF Roundup: Keys N Krates remix Diplo, Zedd releases ‘The Middle’ remix package, and many 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.
Swedish producers Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman know festival season is in full force as they deliver anthemic-feeling “Phantom.”
The Aston Shuffle give ‘everything they’ve got’ on piano driven house heater, “Everything I Got.”
Inverted alien embellishments make for an eerie take on house, as Malaa returns with new single, “Bling Bling.”
Airy synth work leads to a saxophone climax on Spencer Brown‘s “waves.wav,” taken from Brown’s Illusion of Perfection EP pt. III.
Mandy Jiroux effects rhythmic bliss on vocal-centric new single, “Running Out Of You.”
Autograf add an electronic vibe to Family of the Year’s “Hold Me Down” with their laidback rendition of the original.
Bondax tap vocalist Andreya Triana for this soulful, groove-filled original.
Fabian Mazur leans into future bass-style production in this smooth offering, featuring Nevve on the vocals.
This Birdfeed Exclusive will have all streamers wondering “Who’s That?” The same-titled EP arrives courtesy of Floridian producer and long time Dirtybird fan, C.H.A.Y.
Diplo, Lil Yachty, and Santigold‘s viscous collaboration “Worry No More” gets the Keys N Krates treatment as the Canadian electronic trio release a chilled-out take on Diplo’s original. Keys N Krates hit sonic sweet spots with a beat swap and the occasional yet effective percussive addition.
Stripped down sonic seduction materializes in mellifluous form on smle‘s debut EP, Love Notes, released on Lowly Palace.
House music fans will find J. Worra‘s Mark The Beast collaboration, “Hourglass” to be a tasty, groovy treat.
As part of Afterlife Recordings’ latest vinyl and digital offering, Italian trio Agents Of Time have crafted “Paradigm,” an ethereal techno original.
Re-envisioning a Markus Schulz production is a formidable feat, but Giuseppe Ottaviani rises to the challenge in his “Safe from Harm” remix, a take that plays the original’s soaring vocal off of the track’s quintessential trance beat.
Vulpey gets electronically experimental on “Recovery Quest,” a track defined by its disjointed construction and resulting edge.
Funky Craig puts forth a trippy take on psytrance in aptly titled new release, “WestPSYde.”
Ramon Tapia puts a dark, driving spin on Midmood’s “Sely Ho,” transforming the original into a certified techno thumper with rumbling percussive accents.
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