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BeatsEDMTunes New Music Friday – Week 13

EDMTunes New Music Friday – Week 13

Listen to the most flavour-packed tracks we discovered this week.

Music makes the world go round. And in that regard, we’re constantly on the lookout for new, exciting tunes to share with our audience. We’ve found some that cause goosebumps, and make you open your eyes and get up from your chair to dance. So put on your best pair of headphones, or turn up your speakers, and enjoy this week’s New Music Friday.

Here are our top picks for the best music we came across this week, in no particular order.

Eli Brown & Lilly Palmer – Gasoline

Genre: Techno

Did you expect a massive collaboration like this one? We’re witnessing the clash of two titans this week, as stars Eli Brown and Lilly Palmer come together for a frankly outstanding Techno pounder, ‘Gasoline‘. The title is probably a metaphor to represent the effect of this track on the dancefloor.

With a powerful beat and a rhythmic chord reminiscent of the 90s Euro scene, Brown and Palmer’s release is one you’ll struggle not to make a lemon face with. It’s really that secret weapon for the darkest laser-decorated, smoke-filled rooms.

Nicholas Gunn feat. 88Birds – Heart of Gold (York Remix)

Genre: Progressive Trance, Progressive House

Blue Dot Trance is killing it lately. We’re glad to have covered the birth of this imprint and are, of course, glad to see where Nicholas Gunn, its owner, is taking it. Good music, that’s all. And Trance. Tons of it, and of pristine quality. The latest of the label is York‘s remix of Gunn’s very own ‘Heart of Gold‘, featuring the vocals of 88Birds.

Have you noticed we have a tendency to share at least one close-your-eyes-and-fly-away track in every NMF? Well, this is the one. Do as I say, and let the break, flowing to the chords, flowing to the beautifully old-sounding Progressive Trance drop send shivers down your spine and take flight.

Universe – Shikadai

Genre: Hard Trap

Yeah, I guess we’re breaking the Spotify-only rule and tossing it in the bin. It’s the second week we’ve come across a frankly irresistible track not released on Spotify but rather on SoundCloud. And honestly, we’re more excited to share good music than we are sticking to a statement. Meet ‘Shikadai‘, the latest bomb from producer Universe.

‘Shikadai’ is a Hard Trap choon, something that can, and will, get you off whatever you’re doing and get you hooked as soon as the first drop hits. It’s an eye-opening moment, literally. And the track itself is one jewel crafted for the largest festivals. Have a listen and see.

Station Underground · Universe – Shikadai (Original Mix)

Zaytek – Falling

Genre: Tech House

On the decks of this week’s New Music Friday we welcome Zaytek. Mexican-born and Washington-based, the producer has been making waves in the industry lately, with releases like ‘Change My Mind’ and ‘Stay’ — both nearing 20,000 Spotify plays as we speak. His latest release, out this week, only proves he’s aiming for the Moon and further.

Falling‘ is everything you’d want to hear on loud soundsystems. Groovy, with just the right amount of melody, entrancing textures, and tasty percussion. The vocal catches you and doesn’t let you go, and so, just like that, you’ve consumed nearly four minutes of good music without noticing. Maybe you’ve even sweated a bit dancing it out. I can’t be the only one!

Corey James x TR3NACRIA – Demolition (The Drill)

Genre: Tech House

We’re all for collaborations. How about four minds blending to update a classic? Corey James, an industry racehorse as of now and who’s been a 1001Tracklists Top 101 Most Supported Producers for three consecutive years, joined forces with Sicilian trio TR3NACRIA, who are the heads behind tens of millions of streams. All of this, for their take on the iconic ‘The Drill‘ by The Drill, from 2005.

The collaboration between them all presents us with a new version of the anthem, perfectly blending the essence of the original with a modern Tech House vibe. It’s always nice to see tracks like this come back to life with respectful versions. We’re fans!

ESSEL & Alex Mills – Rave Is the Weapon

Genre: Tech House

Back on Toolroom, one of the leading labels in the world right now, is ESSEL, whose 2023 release ‘The Edge’ just crossed the 4 million streams bar and nearly 40 BBC Radio 1 supports. Her 2024 release on the imprint is an all-female one, for she is joined by producer and vocalist Alex Mills, one who, in line with her collaborator, has written for CamelPhat, Solardo and Ferreck Dawn, and had a UK Top 40 with her track ‘Million Dollar Bill’.

Judging from CVs like those, this track should be a bomb. Spoiler alert, it is. Don’t doubt it. Packed with old-school House vibes and an overall beat that might as well be used, like its title, as a weapon, ‘Rave Is the Weapon‘ is a must-have for four-digit crowds and mint-condition speakers. Try it out and let us know!


Genre: Brostep

We’re so happy to close this week’s New Music Friday with a track like this. It’s a rollercoaster ride! It is a journey through the senses, a sensory overload, in a very good way. Producer CHEMISTREE has just unveiled the first song lifted from his upcoming artist album, and it is this one, ‘Take It Back‘.

How can you describe something when you have no words for it? It’s tough, but we’ll try: it kicks off as a melodic piece that takes you sky-high in pure ecstasy, only to bring you back down to Earth for a dirty, lemon-face-inducing drop. It’s savoury, very very savoury. Listen with caution. Nah, drop the warning. Blast it with the lights out and, contrary to what one is used to, focus on the breaks very closely, they’re pure bliss!

Final Words

Stay tuned, for more of our compilations every Tuesday and Friday — based on demand. And be sure to follow EDMTunes for all the latest news and reviews that revolve around our beloved Electronic Dance Music!

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By: Felipe Latorre Cabello
Title: EDMTunes New Music Friday – Week 13
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Published Date: Sat, 30 Mar 2024 02:40:14 +0000

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