EDMTunes New Music Friday – Week 26

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.

Lost Wolves, Chase Bell & Randella – Shine

Genre: Future Bass, Chillstep

This week we have a bunch of new music which we’re very excited to share with you all. And kicking off the long list is a threeway Future Bass collaboration that joins the sounds of three very talented artists: California-bound producer Lost Wolves, and two amazing vocalists — Chase Bell, and Randella.

Pairing unplugged guitar sections, warm strings, the soft voice of Randella against Chase’s at-times lower register, and the powerful melodic base supporting everything, ‘Shine‘ comes to take the shape of an epic arrangement, and a more-than-sure deserved return of Lost Wolves to the mythical Lost in Dreams imprint.

Denis Sulta – If Only I Knew

Genre: Trance, Classic Trance

Continuing with this week’s NMF, we have Scottish producer and DJ Denis Sulta. A key player on House, Techno and Disco grounds, he’s been walking the world club by club, and gig by gig. After playing Tomorrowland, ADE, Printworks, and Cercle’s Paris Open Air Festival earlier this year, he’s secured a spot on the latter’s imprint for a truly wonderful piece.

In a faster lane, yet without losing a single drop of elegance, Sulta presents his latest single, ‘If Only I Knew‘. A beautiful Classic Trance song, it masterfully revives all the offbeat warm bass notes and detuned leads we love from yesteryear in a surgical-like manner, to achieve a mint result. Aren’t we all lovers of the comeback of golden Trance?

Fritz Kalkbrenner – Into The Night

Genre: Deep House, Classic House

Celebrated both in the global Dace scene and in Pop culture, Fritz Kalkbrenner makes a triumphant return to EDMTunes after his appearance on one of November’s NMFs. He’s now shared a lovely track he likes to call ‘Into The Night‘, which remains true to his iconic Deep House sound. You’d recognise his influence even if blindfolded.

It’s that energy and that philosophy of just enough elements. It’s a complicated formula to pull off, but Fritz has mastered the art by now. It takes us back to those ‘Sky and Sand’ days, when the hit single, built alongside his brother Paul Kalkbrenner, stayed in the German charts for a remarkable 129 weeks and got into the worldwide Pop culture.

Bit & Byte – Beneath the Mask

Genre: Psytrance, Trance

You know a special product on the spot, and that’s exactly what happened to us when coming across ‘Beneath the Mask‘. A minute in, and we were hooked. It didn’t take long to find out why. As the duo Bit & Byte tell us, “Kenji Kawai, the composer of the famous chorus of Ghost in the Shell, allowed us to re-record the chorus and make a new song out of it“. Bingo.

It’s epic, it’s powerful, it’s unique. The boys took an already renowned vocal sample and turned it into a Psytrance gem. I know we tend to share shorter songs in this NMF format, but you have to live the full 8-minute journey on this one. Give it a try. There’s even a specially-mixed Dolby Atmos cut if you so wish.

Siks – Without You

Genre: Melodic Techno, Progressive House

A rising star in Electronic music, French DJ and producer Siks loves a good blend of genres. His sweet spot is fusing the best of Electro House, Future House and Pop, showcasing how easy it is for him to intertwine sounds and influences together. Backed by industry heavyweights and signed to major labels, he’s amassed a global following.

Without You‘ is Siks’ latest, and the blend this time involves the aforementioned, but sprinkled over an intense Melodic-Techno-flavoured dish. The key here lies in seasoning the base with a more Pop-leaning vocal, borrowing a fatter, heavier kick, and some swing for the higher percussion, to achieve a properly banging sound.

Trye feat. ILITSYA – One More Time

Genre: Hardstyle

Fueled by a passion for music ignited in his youth, Trye, a Hardstyle DJ and producer, has carved a unique sonic niche since 2017. Fusing emotive melodies with powerful kicks and raw sounds, he’s captivated audiences and garnered support from industry giants. Today’s release certainly puts him back into the spotlight and makes you dream about how the future of the Harder genres will look and sound like.

Just in time for Defqon.1 Weekend, Trye unleashed a little bomb called ‘One More Time‘. Featuring the vocals of one of the leading voices in Hardstyle, ILITSYA, the single can only be defined as a Euphoric masterpiece in all its glory. Powerful enough to mosh to it, but melodic enough to feel that electrifying rush of adrenaline through your body, this one could become a Summer anthem. Keep your eyes peeled.

NGHTMRE & Big Gigantic pres. Gigantic NGHTMRE – Back For More (Darby Remix)

Genre: Bass House, UK Garage

We’ve been vibing to NGHTMRE and Big Gigantic‘s conjoint alias Gigantic NGHTMRE for a while now, and since the remixes for the LP are now out, we took a peek. Sure enough, there’s even more material to vibe to for the weeks ahead. For now, though, let’s look at what Aussie powerhouse Darby has done.

If you were looking for an oomphy tune, here it is for you. Put on your best lemon face, because Darby took the band’s ‘Back For More‘ for a spin. A Bass-heavy fast-paced House spin, in fact. Not that the original was particularly weak by any means, but this revamp? Oof… You’d better get ready.

TIM CLARK – Feel You Now

Genre: Trance, Techno

Energetic. Buoyant. Celebratory. DJ and producer TIM CLARK is back with a summer anthem guaranteed to get you moving. ‘Feel You Now‘ is a bouncy, energetic Dance track bursting with positive vibes. The single likes to call Markus Schulz’s Coldharbour Recordings home, which just goes to show the quality of the record.

This one is a true genre-bender. We get elements from Techno, Acid, Trance, Big Room… on paper, it’s a daring move that might not work as expected. But Clark managed to pull this one off gracefully and give us a belter of a tune. Have a listen, you will most likely surprise yourself dancing to it.

Planet Zyha – Umbra Tenebrosa

Genre: Brostep

Planet Zyha is a high-energy Bass music duo formed by Ariane Lilith and Mirek Hamet. They combine epic live shows, captivating storytelling, and eye-catching fashion to create immersive experiences for festival crowds. Both are seasoned artists – Ariane performed as Lilith Wings, and Mirek DJed/produced as Tron Sepia for over a decade.

This is not the first time we feature them in here, as they were part of our first-ever New Music Friday of this era back in November. ‘Umbra Tenebrosa‘ is a take on a viral TikTok audio, but reworked in such a way that the dramatic atmosphere goes off the charts. Portraying a powerful Brostep rendition, this one is bound to get you moving.

Final Words

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