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6 Songs We Can’t Wait To Be Released

While rip’s off Set’s and Radio Podcast’s often provide us with the latest music, it is also a curse, as so often we have to wait months, even years, for their official release.

While the titles and artists we cannot confirm, here’s a list of some of the tracks that have caught our attention as potential soundtracks of the future.

1. Hard Rock Sofa ft. ID – Shadows
– This is bound to be a monster hit. Ideal for inside and outside the club, Hard Rock Sofa has pulled out something special with this one.

 

2. Years & Years – King (Arty Remix)
– Arty, Arty, Arty. Can this man be stopped? The Arty touch is something every song deserves. Simple as that.

 

3. Axwell Λ Ingrosso & Shapov – Where I Belong
– If this turns out to be true, it just goes to further prove EDM is not dead. Like every Axwell ^ Ingrosso song seems to be doing at the moment.

 

4. Kaskade & Galantis – Mercy
– Now here’s a collaboration that we’re excited for! Kaskade has been a big supporter of the duo since their inception, and while it was inevitable, our anticipation is still through the rough.

 

5. Galantis – In My Head (Matisse & Sadko Remix)
– Having just dropped their album, it appears Matisse & Sadko got their hands on this gem early, adding a festival flavour.

 

6. Dirty South – Find A Way
– Having dropped at Ultra Music Festival this year, and being featured on Proximity’s Youtube Channel the instrumental alone is an anthem for many memories. And rumour has it a vocal version is on it’s way (Thanks to Dirty South’s Facebook Page).



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