Welcome to the third edition of our new series: Electro Avenue. This segment features the best tracks from the world of Electro-House, whether they’re newly released or something we’ve dug out of the crates – taking this avenue will make your heads nod and your speakers shake! To take a stroll down memory lane, check out volume one HERE and volume two HERE.

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Ah, Mondays: always bittersweet. Usually this day is filled with memories of a great weekend while remaining blurry-eyed and anxious for the week to quickly move by. On the positive side, Mondays are huge days for releases in the world of Electronic Dance Music. Today I have some newer stuff, some older stuff and a couple tracks that may not necessarily fit into the “Electro-House” genre, but I feel they are essential additions to your collections.

Today marks the release of Cedric Gervais’ new track “Cedanie”. He’s been riding a huge wave of success with his controversial hit “Molly” and now this Electro-House banger is sure to rock speakers for months to come.

Cedric Gervais – Cedanie

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Also out today is Alvaro’s new banger “Voodoo People” released on Sander Van Doorn’s label Doorn Records (part of Spinnin’ Records). The Dutchman created a dirty sound with this original release and several more remixes are on the way from this up-and-comer.

Alvaro – Voodoo People

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Plenty more tracks where these came from. Click through for more!

Last week Zedd & Nicky Romero released their collaboration “Human” and it’s already within the Beatport Top 10. A huge banger by the youngsters who have been having a huger year, this one allows each producer’s unique sound to shine through combined with some female vocals. If you missed the Spectrum EP, grab it HERE.

Zedd & Nicky Romero – Human

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Back at the end of January, Steve Aoki released the remix package of his monster hit “Ladi Dadi”. While Tommy Trash’s remix might have been the most-popular track, seeing tons of play at Ultra Music Festival 2012, Autoerotique’s version goes pretty damn hard and personally speaking this is my favorite version thus far.

Steve Aoki – Ladi Dadi ft. Wynter Gordon (Autoerotique Remix)

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Lastly I bring you a mashup of two older songs in Subfocus’ “Rock It” and Afrojack presents Shermanology “Grindin”. This was done by two Italians Mike Dem and Ricky Castelli. I don’t know much about them, as I think they are trying to break out as producers, but this mash is something that really caught my attention.

Afrojack Presents Shermanology vs. Subfocus – Rock the Grindin (Mike Dem & Ricky Castelli M.U. Mix)

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Bonus: Two Songs You Need To Hear
These next two tracks aren’t Electro-House but I figured I’d stick them in for your enjoyment. The first track is a Hardwell & Dannic Remix of Example’s “Say Nothing”. It’s very melodic and not something I expected out of these two producers. But it’s a beautiful track that reminds me of “Save the World” by Swedish House Mafia. Originally released for free.

Example – Say Nothing (Hardwell & Dannic Remix)

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The other track is a Glitch-Hop track by French producer Habstrakt called “Get Funky”. It’s just too good and has some true Glitchy, Hip-Hoppy bounce to it. Released back in June and has been hanging around the Glitch Hop Top 10 chart on Beatport. Check out this 22-year-old’s SoundCloud for more awesome sounds.

Habstrakt – Get Funky