Kick the weekend off with these recent and soon-to-be dance music releases, curated by DJ, producer and vocalist Lea Luna.
1. Helena & Vassy- "BOSS"
Two very talented women have joined forces to tear the roof off clubs from Australia to the United States and beyond with super-club banger "BOSS." Check out a preview of Helena and Vassy's new weapon of club-world domination here courtesy of Ultra Records.
2. DANK- "Who's Got Ya Love"
"Who's Got Ya Love" is a horse of a different color for EDM hard-hitting producer DANK, with sumptuous saxophone and sweet vocals smoothing out the party vibe into a deeper feel. It's safe to say now that DANK can make magic out of any genre he touches.
3. Dave Aude' feat. Jessica Sutta- "I'm Gonna Get You"
Billboard's dance chart king Dave Aude' has teamed up with former Pussycat Doll Jessica Sutta once again, this time for a feel-good house touch on a '90's throwback record. "I'm Gonna Get You" is pure fun.
4. The Noise feat. Anonamis & Xamplify- "Wanna See You" (Jason Risk Remix)
Get the party started with this massive remix by Jason Risk of "Wanna See You," a Melbourne-bounce-meets-rap floor filler that is straight dose of energy from beginning to end.
5. SPL- "Confusion"
Smog records has just released "Confusion," a wobbly, mind-altering bass jam courtesy of production pundit SPL. Subwoofer heaven has been found.
6. Martin Solveig & GTA- "Intoxicated"
The clubs will feel wildly drunk once taking a sonic sip of "Intoxicated" by Martin Solveig and GTA. The feel-good, indie vocal paired with the in-your-face beat commands listeners to have a good time even if stone cold sober.
7. Eliminate feat. Armanni Reign- "Karate Kid" Remix EP
Beatport chart-topping bass wizard Eliminate has an incredible track out with Armanni Reign that is a relentless bottom-heavy sonic beat-down for devoted bass enthusiasts, "Karate Kid," graced by the hyphy lyrical style Armanni is famous for. Forthcoming on Play Me records is the "Karate Kid" 6-track remix EP that keeps a tight Kung Fun grip on your attention. Preview it here.
8. Markus Schulz- "Bayfront (Miami)"
Markus Schulz is about to release a big trance hit that is so melodically addictive and emotionally gripping that front-row fans might just cry. "Bayfront (Miami)" will be the ace in any big DJ's hand.
9. Starkillers & Dmitry KO- "Sriracha"
"Sriracha" lives up to its firey title. Proper for underground crowds and festival massive's alike, this scorcher is right in the pocket of the kind of sound that is taking over the scene in 2015.
10. Chris Lake- "Chest"
Chris Lake has a new track on the way featuring a chugging bassline and lots of unique vocal sample edits to keep things interesting. Meanwhile, the proper house beat is powerful enough to get any room moving on the floor.
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