“Can’t Hang” is the latest drop by the LA producer Justin Jay. It’s got a whimsical, almost hypnotizing sound with light key melodies backed by house rhythms. The song is unpredictable with a sick vocoder section mid way through followed by a satisfying full on groove. Check it out here and enjoy. The post Justin Jay – Can’t Hang appeared first on EDM Sauce.
We’re excited to share this ethereal electronic track by the artist Pat Lok. It’s actually a single from his new album, ‘Hold On Let Go.’ We’re digging “Mar Vista” and a lot of other cuts off the album, especially “Oh No (Oh No)” and “You Street” to name just a couple. According to Pat, “Most The post Pat Lok – Mar Vista appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Prok & Fitch have become household names in the house and tech scene as of late, having been picked up by labels such as Relief, Suara, and more in addition to numerous releases of theirs making it to the top of global dance charts. The duo have captivated their audience with infectious tech house sounds and raucous sets, making them among the most in-demand acts of the recent house circuit.Despite an increasingly busy tour schedule, Prok & Fitch have maintained a number of releases just as heavy. Their latest output comes in the form of a re-work to Green Velvet’s classic cut, “La La Land.” They took on this iconic piece in stride, maintaining its standout vocal clips and generally eccentric aesthetic while injecting it with an even groovier, scintillating house foundation.Prok & Fitch’s “Sweet Sixteen Remix” to “La La Land” will be released through Relief come June 30.Read More:DA Premiere: Prok & Fitch – Double Vision EPDancing Astronaut presents AXIS 174: Mixed by Prok & FitchProk & Fitch – Raw Cut (Original Mix)
Major Lazer and WizKid have joined forced on “Naughty Ride,” a dancehall inspired heater. The track’s slow, groovy beat and chilled out auto-tuned vocals seem to flex in the space between distinct genres. Half moombah, half R&B, this jam is the perfect soundtrack to any sweaty summer kickback. Read More: A R I Z O N A – Electric Touch (Bad Royale Remix)Major Lazer surprise with release stylistically eclectic EP, ‘Know No Better’
Qulinez’s latest release “Boy’s Don’t Cry” is carried by vocals and a smooth guitar melody—a tropical house-infuenced sound that may be a new direction for the duo, who recently signed to Armada.“Boys Don’t Cry” opens up to a steady drum beat that builds to a vocal and guitar infused drop that is perfect for a sunny Saturday afternoon. The simplicity of this track could very well be its best asset.Read More: Dancing Astronaut presents AXIS 198: mixed by AlokRelive EDC Day 2 with sets from Tiësto, Dillon Francis, Alesso, Duke Dumont and more
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 yielded major joint efforts between Calvin Harris & DJ Khaled, RAC & St. Lucia, and Lil Jon & Skellism. On top of that, Parcels – in conjunction with Daft Punk, AREA21, and Drezo all stood out with some of the week’s most fiery release.Additionally, we’ve provided our top picks from within The DA Hot 25, highlighting two standout tracks.The Heat of the Week: Parcels – OvernightIt’s always a blessing when a piece of Daft Punk work sees the light of day. To many listeners’ surprise, the French robots paired up with Australian band, Parcels, to co-produce their new single “Overnight” that is branded from start to finish with Daft Punk’s signature funk licks.The Breakout Select: AREA21 – We Did ItAt Ultra 2016, Martin Garrix debuted a number of new songs leaning towards the future bass direction but with an unidentified rapper running verses atop. Now surfacing as a not-so-secret collaborative project of Garrix and Maejor, AREA21releases its third original “We Did It” which could be the duo’s strongest piece yet.Read More:The Hot 25: June 9, 2017The Hot 25: June 2, 2017The Hot 25: May 26, 2017