My flexibility isn’t what it used to be, but luckily I am still able to jam out at work and stumble across songs I must share. What I have here are anthem-like bangers with some great vocals, suited for dance floors all over.
The first is a new track by Quintino & Alvaro entitled World In Our Hands, and has made appearances on many podcasts streaming the internet these days.
Next is an unreal remix by W&W of Armin’s latest This Is What It Feels Like.
Last, but not least is Eddy de Datsu’s remix of Alex Gaudino and Jordan Sparks’ Is This Love. What a solid remix!
This uplifting progressive track launched today, and all I can say is wow. Take a listen; you’ll feel it.
I’ve been in the festival spirit lately, so how ’bout a throwback? This launched back in 2010, yet I’m obsessing. I’m absolutely in love with the way Dragonette’s vocals standout against the subtle melody Kaskade constructs. The fact that Sultan & Ned Shepard remixed this is just the cherry on top.
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The Knocks have a knack for bright, upbeat tunes. This track, released today, features soulful vocals from fellow Brooklyn-based St. Lucia.
The Czech’s up and coming Maneo launched several tracks recently, but there was one in particular which really caught my eye. Inside Out is a lovely, little-known progressive tune with emotive chords that dance around a melodic bassline. Maneo; reaching your speakers just in time for the weekend.
Daughter’s vocals dance hauntingly around the progressive bassline signature to The Chainsmokers, making a tune that seems to resonate from right between your ears. This song is deliciously perfect when paired with Adventure Club’s Collect Call remix, which has the same chilling vibe.
I’ve been waiting for what feels like forever for this track. Vicetone’s Stars launched earlier today, and all I can say is that there has to be something in the water in the Netherlands. There is no other logical reason that could explain the sheer talent in the veins of the Dutch- here’s looking at Romero, Tiesto, Fedde le Grand, and now, Vicetone.