Featured in the Youtube Music Awardsis dance track “Don’t Look Down” by EDM artist and DJ, Martin Garrix with vocals from R&B sensation Usher. The result is a quite uplifting dance track with an equally interesting, fun and silly music video embracing feeling the music and letting yourself go. Check it out above and more from the YTMAs in the aforementioned link above.
Our next throwback and trance tune is one of my favorites from Armin Van Buuren’s trance megamix series, A State of Trance, this track from its 556th edition is an absolutely stunning and excellent remix of “Suddenly Summer” by Armin Van Buuren featuring female vocalist, Ana Criado. The Norin & Rad Remix takes this trance tune to the top with a simply transfixing repeating synth melody that begins around the 4:30 mark. Take a moment to sit back, relax and let this song take you away…
French DJ and super-producer, Tchami’s new track After Life from his upcoming release, the After Life – EP does not disappoint. A “Future-House” banger, this track is sure to get people moving with it’s very bassline house vibes and rhythm. Tchami has been nothing short of unstoppable since his remix of Janet Jackson’s Go Deep. He has also remixed rising electronic-R&B duo, AlunaGeorge’s You Know You Like It and has been featured on Diplo’s BBC Radio One DJ show, getting his own 1-hour house mix segment.
Below is another smash house hit from Tchami under Fools Gold Records, “Promesses:”
Next up, we have future house track from EDM DJ and producer, Enda with his smooth, original track It’s Alright. With a very calming and relaxing vibe this house track would fit right in in any house club, big room playlist or ambient chill zone wherever one may be found. Check out the song above and her Soundcloud below:
The smash-hit single “Stolen Dance” by alternative electronic band, Milky Chance gets yet another remix, this time a Saxual take from EDM artist and producer, Alex Brandt. This particular “edit” doesn’t change a whole lot from the original song but, it doesn’t need to. The addition of some saxophone riffs and melodies further complement the extremely chill vibe of the original and the song as a whole. You can’t go wrong with what sounds like a Jazzy Club remix of Milky Chance! Check out more from Alex Brandt below:
The Atlanta-based popular rap group, Migos, join the ranks of artists featured in Youtube’s 2015 Music Awards. With a new video shot for the award show, directed by Ninian Doff, the hip-hop anthem “One Time” is set to transform into a global hit. The video uses time-lapse photography and freeze-frames to create unique visuals of the Migos members’ partying and having fun. Check out the video above from their album “YRN: Tha Album”
New release from Norwegian DJ and producer, Kygo “Stole the Show” has a very original dance, house feel with what sounds like rainforest or pan flutes accentuating it’s calming, but funky rhythm. We’re left with a very chill track, perfect for rounding out a long day or relaxing at the end of one. The song’s music video is also noteworthy for a very different aesthetic approach featuring two “in love” astronauts and lots of breaking, waving, popping and locking. Check it out above and hear more from Kygo below:
Starting out “Love is Alive” sounds like your run of the mill trance or house tune, but stick it out and the song develops into an aural masterpiece. Initially, the seemingly simplistic melody evolves into one the most unique, aurally pleasing songs I have ever heard. Released in 2008 by Not Ferris this floor-filler uplifts the mind and the soul.
This absolutely floor-filling banger “Swirling Skirt” coming to us from EDM artist Just a Kid could certainly be a new club hit. The catchy driving rhythms to a very danceable beat result in a truly infectious house tune. Check it out above and find more a slew of related free EDM tracks from a wide variety of artists in genres such as Chill Tropical, Deep House, Trap and more at EDM Lead.
We also have another house floor-filler in the deep house groove “Funky Sh!t” by Deniz Wanazama. A sick and grimey bassline drop segues into more dance like melodies before returning to the something that would immediately fit into any night clubs / venues “deep cuts” section of the night. Check out their Soundcloud for a free download.