So, I must apologize because once again I have failed to make this post on the appropriate day. Because I was unable to survive Sunday, let’s just call it Survival Monday then, because I still want to deliver you your weekly dose of new and fresh tracks. This past week was a particularly good week for new music as some of the biggest names in the game right now released new tracks. If you’re a fan of Deadmau5, he actually released two tracks this week entitled “Don’t Forget the Paperwork” and “Where Are My Keys.” Neither of these songs was worthy of posting here in my opinion but be sure to check them out if your a mau5-head. Calvin Harris also premiered his newest track on BBC Radio 1 this week entitled “Feels So Close” where he has finally gotten behind the mic again to bring you that classic Calvin Harris sound. What a great voice he has! Unfortunately, I couldn’t find a download link so cruise over to YouTube to listen until I can get my hands on a copy. What I am bringing you is some new electro, house, and moombahton tracks from some of our favorites over here at the blog. So without further ado…
Swedish House Mafia released a preview of Zedd’s remix of their latest hit “Save the World” this week and is has rightfully blown up. Zedd takes his electro-house sound and uses it to charge the crooning house track into a banger. The drop is amazing. Can’t wait for the full track to drop.
Next up, Avicii’s newest track, which is for the time being only available as a live cut from his EDC Vegas show. This track has those orgasmic female vocals that go oh-so-well with Avicii’s signature production. Great pickup for any Avicii fan, we’ll keep our eyes out for the actual release.
Mord Fustang, a longtime favorite of mine, dropped a new track on us this week and this is just more proof of how fucking talented this guy is. Bringing that funky electro-house sound riddled with synthesizers, this one is a refreshing treat from the talented Estonian producer.
Finally, Dillon Francis released the “actual” version of his remix of CSS’s song “Hits Me Like a Rock” this week. Now, for some reason, this song has been floating around the internet for months and I had already thought I had it, but according to Mr. Francis, this is the actual version and the other one was not. Whatever the case may be, it’s an AWESOME song and if you don’t have it already, pick it up now.