It’s 2018 and a new means a new episode of We Rave You’s Spotify Weekly Selections. 2017 displayed vast arrays of diversity in EDM’s expansion, with the explosion of Future Bass and numerous other alternative sub-genres. Much like this year, We Rave You’s latest Weekly Selections is set to be bigger and better than the last, with new music from Marcus Santoro, Showtek, R3hab, KO:YU and many more!
American DJ/Producers Mokita and GOLDHOUSE team up to deliver a lovely chilled summer-soaked remix of Tritonal‘s track ‘Call Me‘. After a string of hot releases on Enhanced Recordings, Australian Trance DJ/Producer Marcus Santoro makes his first appearance on Axtone with his vibrant, uplifting remix of Shapov and Trouze‘s ‘The Way‘. Despite returning to Hardstyle, Dutch brotherly duo Showtek are still going strong in the Electro House scene, as they deliver their festival-ready anthem ‘Natural Blues‘ with Moby.
R3hab, who is known for mainstage anthems such as ‘Lose Control‘ and ‘Strong‘ with KSHMR, changes things up in his latest Future Bass remix of Matoma and Noah Cyrus‘ collaboration, ‘Slow‘. Despite being a well-produced track, the remix has left fans divided, signalling a changing of the times. Following Rehab’s new work comes Rowen Reecks and Dwight Steven, who keep the chilled vibes going with their collaboration ‘I Wanna Sex You Up‘, drawing similarities from Cheat Codes & Kriss Kross Amsterdam‘s ‘Sex‘. Finally, Crystal Lake turns up the heat, bringing Hard Dance vibes in his latest banger, ‘Space People‘. Boasting Hardstyle-influenced breaks and Psy-Trance-inspired drops, Crystal Lakes gives fans the best of both worlds!
Listen to We Rave You’s first Weekly Selections episode of 2018 below!