The DA Hot 25 is the definitive playlist series running through dance music culture and hand-delivering you with 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.This week’s playlist features major collaborations between Yellow Claw, Quavo, and Tinie Tempah, as well as bro-step savants Zomboy and 12th Planet A number of high profile remixes also appear on this week’s edition from Bassnectar, Boys Noize, Mr. Carmack, and Djemba Djemba. Additionally, we’ve provided our top picks from within The DA Hot 25, highlighting two standout tracks.The Heat of the Week: Boys Noize – Euphoria (Boys Noize & MXM Remix)Perhaps the most riveting cut from Boys Noize’s self-remix album of Mayday is his collaborative revision of “Euphoria” with MXM, in which Ridha transfers Remy Banks’ vocals from minimalistic, cerebral original onto an utterly stupefying production backdrop. Equally clean and raucous, this take on “Euphoria” marks a fitting high point the artist’s festival and club sets alike.The Breakout Select: JNTHN STEIN – Changes (Djemba Djemba Remix)For his newest output, Mad Decent and Team Supreme affiliate Djemba Djemba has taken on remix duties for JNTHN STEIN, offering a spin on the titular track from the rising producer’s Changes EP. In remixing “Changes,” Djemba Djemba takes an upbeat, melodic approach, crafting a blithe house recording that will prove suitable for poolside parties and mellower festival sets in the months to come.Tune in each Friday, exclusively on Spotify, where The DA Hot 25 debuts weekly on our curator page.Follow Dancing Astronaut on SpotifyRead More:The DA Hot 25: March 3, 2017The DA Hot 25: February 24, 2017The DA Hot 25: February 17, 2017
Watermät initially gained massive success with his now legendary single, ‘Bullit', but today we are happy to bring you a new track that has a chance of growing just as large. ‘Ruff Like This' is a tech house jam that will get your head bobbing and body moving. ‘Ruff Like This' starts off average enough The post Watermät Teams Up With Pep & Rash For ‘Ruff Like This’ appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Burning Man’s open-minded culture, mixed with the loving energy of Black Rock City, inevitably catalyzes some of the top sets of the year in the dance world.2016 was no exception; as per usual, an immense amount of talent from across the electronic spectrum — from Skrillex, to Tycho, to Lee Burridge — showed up to provide a soundtrack to the gathering at various theme camps and art cars throughout the week.Below are some of our highlights from Burning Man 2016 (in no particular order):1) Lee Burridge at Robot Heart2) Hernan Cattaneo at White Ocean3) Luca Bacchetti at Robot Heart4) Tycho at The Dusty Rhino5) Guy Gerber at Robot Heart6) Brian Cid at Robot HeartRead More:Listen to Skrillex’s Burning Man set from Robot HeartBurning Man organizers announce theme for 2017 festivalListen to Major Lazer’s dancehall set from Burning Man
If you were in Tampa Fl Sunday, and happened to stop by the Bass Stage around 9pm you would have encountered a sea of humans; raging as if their life depended on it. The conductor of the set was KAYZO, and the show was breath taking. 2 days later KAYZO gives us more to soak The post KAYZO Delivers New Music On The Heels Of Massive SMF Performance appeared first on EDM Sauce.
On February 11, 2017 up-and-coming bass artist, Woolymammoth, took the stage at Schubas Tavern in Chicago. The concert was opened by local electronic group LWKY who incorporates funk vibes with the signature wub sound of dubstep. After warming the crowd with their groovy, but still heavy jams, LWKY left the stage for Woolymammoth to destroy. The The post Up-and-Comer Woolymammoth Takes on Chicago Concert Review appeared first on EDM Sauce.
There comes a time when quantity and quality are both equal. Stadiumx has proved to us that this can be the case. These talented guys are from Hungary and are no strangers to the genre of house keeping themselves busy by putting out non-stop original mixes, remixes, and guest mixes in 2016. Nearly halfway through 2017, The post Stadiumx Releases New House Tune appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Strap in for a special treat from Douchka and Nowadays Records. The release of the genre-breaching EP Infantile came late last month, but it’s so good that we’re going to have to show it some love still. If it slipped through your grips like us, don’t fret, Infantile is here now for your aural pleasure. Douchka cooked up a handful of tracks for this project, including the single “Call You Mine” that we previously supported prior to the full EP’s release. Collaborators on the project include Lia who was on the previously mentioned single, as well as Hi Levelz who brings an artistic splash on two tracks. The thing is, we have four of those songs for you today, but you can exclusively listen to the intro, interlude and outro through digital services. Every song on here is something you’re going to want to sit back and listen to in full. Do so today and treat yourself on this hump day.
Cashmere Cat took his Twitter account on Monday to reveal several pieces of exciting news regarding the release of his debut album. Coming on the heels of his newest single with SOPHIE and vocalist MØ, “9 (After Coachella),” Cashmere wrote that he’s decided to officially change the name of his upcoming work to 9. Judging from the artwork scattered across his recent lyric video for the single, the album’s central tone has the potential to take a more playful and lighthearted turn from Cashmere Cat’s darker and more intense singles like “Wild Love.” In addition to the news about the album’s rename, Cashmere Cat also announced that the production on it is finally complete. “I finished it this morning,” he wrote in the same tweet, including a “soon” emoji at the tail end. Hopefully, this means we’ll be receiving 9 in its entirety before much longer. Check out the tweet below, and listen to “9 (After Coachella).” i changed my album title. it's called 9. i finished it this morning !! 9️⃣ — (@CASHMERECAT) April 3, 2017 This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Cashmere Cat Announces Album Rename, Says Production Is Complete
After recently going through a rebrand, Statik Link has been showing us his funky side lately with live horns and real instruments. The mixing of these elements with electronic music has been nothing short of a unique sound, while encompassing the soothing vocals of Alex Nobile. With his release also being the first to kick The post Statik Link Delivers Funky Hit “Fade To Black” Via Krate Kollective appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Having respectively garnered significant spotlight courtesy of their own early riser singles “Blackout” and “Play With You,” Julie Bergan and Mugisho join Norwegian national peer Clairmont for an infectious leap into the radio friendly world.Borrowing lines from the North American future bass sound and flexing some beat-savvy muscle along the way, the rolling hooks and solid vocal balance of “Can’t Help Myself” is testament to the exciting momentum facing Norway and its national outpour of crossover talent.We’re used to tipping Sweden as the leader in pop’s electronic crossover, but their Northern peers are making some serious headway here in 2017.Stream on Spotify.Read More:Future Duper – Fever (Feat. Hilde) (Original Mix)Mugisho – Play With YouJulie Bergan – Blackout