Oliver Heldens, Kolsch, Kygo, Shapov

We Rave You Weekly Selections (March 17th, 2018)

Chiming in with the best of the last week, we’re back with our Weekly Selections on Spotify. Along with all the buzz in the industry, we aim to run your listening experience through the broad spectrum of the latest Electronic and Dance music releases. Like most weeks, the releases from this week do not disappoint one bit. Curating the best of the best, we have music from the likes of Kaskade, Will K, Tchami, Above & Beyond, Kölsch, Kygo,  W&W, The Chainsmokers and Duke Dumont among others.

It would be dishonest and unfaithful if we do not begin by appreciating the ingenious ‘Left Eye Left’ from Kölsch. Undoubtedly one of the most solid releases of this week, it joins with Wilkinson & Sub Focus‘ ‘Take It Up’, Zonerling and Kye Sones‘ ‘Nightcall’ and finally, Kaskade and Charlotte Lawrence‘s ‘Cold as Stone’ as one of the top notch releases of the past week. Kygo and Miguel‘s ‘Remind Me To Forget’ is also a charming listen and pairs in well with stellar progressive ‘bangers’ in the mould of Julian Jordan and Alpharock‘s Dutch collaboration ‘Zero Gravity’ and Juro‘s ‘Violins’.

Duke Dumont returns to the charts with a sumptuous potential hit titled ‘Inhale’ featuring Ebenezer – all to further increase the quality of releases in the last week. Will K brings out the best from his production store with an innovative turn for his track ‘Taste’ featuring Thayana Valle. CID‘s ‘Bad For Me’ from the eponymous EP on Don Diablo’s Hexagon is also a well rounding-off for the imprint’s keen listeners. 

Tujamo collaborates with Haris and Miranda Glory for a powerful and melodic release titled ‘Body Language’ and is aptly well complemented by the other Spinnin’ Records release, Leandro Da Silva‘s ‘Samba De Janeiro’. Enhanced Music leave their mark on our playlsit with Madison Mars and Caslin‘s collaboration ‘All They Wanna Be’. The Weekly Selections’ diversity is strengthened by Above & Beyond’s ‘Cold Feet’, Shapov and Sam Bagira‘s ‘Alternate’ on Axtone and Tcami & Malaa‘s bewildering collaboration ‘Kurupt,’ which features on the former’s Confession imprint. All in all, another successful set of releases which drives home the point about Dance music’s incomparable variety on the charts.

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