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New EDM Friday: David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Nicky Romero, Don Diablo, Timmy Trumpet & More!

SHOUSE x David Guetta – Live Without Love
This upbeat dance track by Australian-New Zealand electronic music duo SHOUSE and David Guetta conveys an important and uplifting message about the power of love and human connection. Throughout the pandemic David Guetta’s positive messaging shed a light during tumultuous times such as his track with Sia ‘Let’s Love’ or his various charity concerts and this track is no exception. Although we may be living in a post-pandemic world, Guetta continues to remind us that despite whatever is going on in the world we can’t live without love.

Klaas x MATTN – Logical Song (Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Remix)
This is the throwback track we desperately needed this week. The ‘Logical Song’ is a popular Eurodance track from the 00’s which actually has its roots in the 1970s. The original version of the ‘Logical Song’ was released by Supertramp in 1979. In 2001, the song was famously covered by German Eurodance legend Scooter and was a major hit. The track was then remixed by German DJ Klaas in collaboration with Belgian DJ MATTN. Most recently, a remix of the song was released by Belgian DJ duo Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. This remix takes the original vocals from ‘Logical Song’ with the addition of new electronic elements to put a new spin on this catchy track.

Rick Wonder – Ain’t No Stoppin Me
Wonder is gaining recognition for his unique sound, and his latest release, ‘Ain’t No Stopping Me’, is no exception. The track features a strong bassline, catchy synths, and a vocal hook that will get dance floors moving. At just over two minutes long, the radio edit is short but packed with high-energy and infectious beats that are sure to leave listeners hitting the replay button. ‘Ain’t No Stopping Me’ is a testament to Rick Wonder’s ability to push the boundaries of electronic dance music and is sure to be a hit at clubs and festivals around the world.

Nicky Romero – Chapters
‘Chapters’ is a track by Dutch DJ and producer Nicky Romero, featuring the vocals of American singer and songwriter Jordan Grace. The track can best be described as melodic and dreamy. The lyrics illustrate the highs and lows in life and the importance of standing strong in the face of adversity. The combination of Jordan Grace‘s vocals and Nicky Romero‘s production creates an ethereal experience for the listener and is a testament to Romero’s ability for the last decade to continue to make emotional and uplifting music.

Oliver Heldens presents: HI-LO – Brazil
‘Brazil’ is the latest high-energy, bass-heavy house single from Dutch producer HI-LO, also known as Oliver Heldens. The track features Brazilian percussion elements that give it a unique and infectious rhythm, and showcases HI-LO‘s signature production style. The track builds gradually, with layers of synths and samples adding depth and intensity, before exploding into a frenetic energy that is sure to get dancefloors moving.

R3HAB, INNA, Sash! – Rock My Body
If you’ve been a long time fan of electronic music or a veteran raver this track is sure to give you deja vu. The melody of course stems from the 90’s hit dance track we all know and love by Sash! titled ‘Ecuador’. The melody layered with INNA’s vocals is a great example of the versatility of R3HAB as a producer and the power of 90’s nostalgia that we just can’t seem to get enough of.

Honorable mentions:
Alok – Mami Mami
Bassjackers – Traffic
Dyro – Lucid
Imanbek, Def Leppard – Pour Some Sugar On Me
KAAZE ft. Dotter – Disobey
Martin Solveig ft. Raphaella – Allo Allo
Mike Williams ft. DTale – Living On Video
MOGUAI, Busy Signal & Lohrasp Kansara – Crowd Control
Sonny Fodera, Paul Woolford & Ella Henderson – Like I Used To

Timmy Trumpet, Lee Cabrera & Bleech vs Lock ‘N Load – Blow Ya Mind
Tungevaag, STVW & Joe Jury – Lovers On The Run
Ummet Ozcan – Kalimba
W&W & Sandro Silva ft. MC Ambush – Shake The Building

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