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We Rave You: Weekly Selections (June 23, 2017)

We’re getting deep into the summer season and the tracks just keep coming in. June has been a hot month of releases with artists dishing out their lead summer singles, some of which are going to be your season’s anthem. We’ve made the hunt easier for you through our Weekly Selections Spotify playlist; rounding up all the releases of the week from all sorts of dance music genres.

Our picks are in no particular order and feature some of the hottest tracks at the moment from both legends and rising stars alike. Notable releases this week include music from Area 21, Armin van Buuren, Vicetone, EDX and more.

Area 21 dropped ‘We Did It‘; the duo comprised of Martin Garrix and American recording artist Maejor. The pair have been on fans’ radars ever since Garrix debuted their first single, ‘Spaceships’ at his Ultra Music Festival 2016 performance. We Did It is their first 2017 release and has generated quite a buzz.

Armin van Buuren also dropped his summer anthem titled ‘Sunny Days‘, a collaboration with singer-songwriter, Josh Cumbee. Sunny Days sees Armin venture into deep house territory; combining melodic guitar leads with soft undertones. A must add to your ‘chill’ playlists.

EDX released his 7th song of the calender year with ‘Voyage‘, an epic house tune that truly lives up to its name. We also have Kryder‘s mix of Provenzano & Frederico Scavo‘s Folegandros; a Latin house gem set to get you dancing.

One of the major highlights comes in the form of a Nicky Romero remix; the Protocol boss took on Stadiumx & Taylr Renee‘s hit single, ‘Howl At The Moon’ in celebration of his label project turning 5 years old.

The Weekly Selections playlist is ready and set, so dive right in!



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