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Stay updated with the most recent releases from your favorite progressive and electro artists with this weeks chart.
1."Let Me Feel"- Nicky Romero
Nicky is back at it again with a touching new progressive house track. The song itself is divine in its own way. The angelic voice adds such a different sway and it's truly glorious to feel music like this. A perfect compliment to this track is the music video (included below). Nicky Romero still proves why he is at the top in the dance industry.
First heard in his 2014 end of the year mix, "Winner" is blowing up early in 2015. With massive support from a variety of artists, Quintino could not have welcomed in 2015 any better way. If you want to see what a real massive track is, check out this new material.
3."All Falls Down"- Tritonal
Tritonal, most known for "Colors" which was a epidemic of a track, just released new music and here it is. The duo kept the same style while showcasing some new sounds they have been working on. It is a beautiful thing when you are able to put all your emotions, ideas, and talent into music. It is safe to say that is what they have been doing, and will continue to incorporate into their music.
4."A Little More"- Kaskade feat. John Dalback
This is by far one of my favorite Kasakde tracks and I cannot get enough of it. It gives you a feeling that you're reaching for new heights. That is the case with every Kaskade track but this one is different. The leads, melody, vocals, and layout just keep me in love with Kaskade's music.
5."Forbidden Voices" - Martin Garrix
This was a special release from Martin Garrix to his fans for reaching a monumental landmark in his career by acquiring 10 million Facebook followers. There was definitely a lot of hype for this track and it's obvious why. Stepping away from the big room sounds we know him for, he came out of no where with this one. I personally have a new found respect for him because of this, and it really showcases this young man's talent.
6. "Loaded"- Kyroman (Laidback Luke Remix)
This track is really a throwback sound to me. It reminded me of the Space Jam days and the music back then. Overall I think it was a classical Laidback Luke remix, and I am sure you can expect it to get tons of support. Give it a listen cause I am sure that you would love it too!
7. "Crunk"- Karim Mika & Daniel Forster (Afrojack Edit)
Afrojack is back with this bouncy sound and it is going to blow up! It has such a catchy drop that is going to get to everybody. Festivals, clubs, or even the boat parties would blast this track because it is simply that awesome. I could not help but just sway my head back and forth to this. One of my favorites for this week!
8. "Ah Yeah"- Will Sparks (SCNDL Remix)
We all know and love this track, and it really was a breakthrough song for the Melbourne bounce genre. SCNDL put a nice twist on it yet managed to keep that bounce incorporated. This genre has grown tremendously, so I think it is a good time to remix or reflect, if you would, on Will's pioneer track.
9. "Unbreakable"- Dirty South (DubVision Remix)
This song is very inspirational and one of the tracks you just go to when your down. DubVision added a heavy progressive sound that just showcases why EDM is so instrumental to people today. Great song for everyone!
10."Cool"- Alesso feat Roy English
Alesso is one of my favorite producers hands down because he is not always about that big room sound. With massive support from all the members of Swedish House Mafia and many other artists, he has grown into a name heard all over the world. This is brand new and just another great hit from him. I can not wait to hear it live!