Weekly Selections featuring Fisher, Tom Staar, DJ Snake and more

What a week it has been for music. The aftermath of Ultra Europe has ignited plenty of rumours as to who is behind some of the huge ID’s that were played, new music is dropping all over the place, and that all means that We Rave You‘s Weekly Selections is here to round up some of the best releases from the last week. Ultra Europe’s biggest talking point is Hardwell‘s choice to drop some tech house, and the track that caught the eyes and ears of those who witnessed it was the new release from FISHER titled ‘Losing It‘. This track has been highly anticipated for months since its original teasing back at Coachella during FISHER’s set, and the release has finally come around. Another highlight has to be the new track from DJ Snake: a man who can do no wrong in whatever he produces. His new release comes in a tropical format, with ‘Maradona Riddim‘ taking a summer vibe throughout. There’s also a massive remix from Tom Staar of Thomas Gold‘s ‘Begin Again‘, which has also got a fantastic remix from rising star Kosling.

Amongst the selections, there is new music from Steve Aoki who has collaborated with Matoma to make a soothing deep track. MUTO‘s ‘Cloud Party‘ also takes on a relaxed vibe, with a more future bass type approach. Contrasting that is RIOT‘s new track ‘Aiwa‘, an Arabian-dubstep fusion track. You’ve got to hear it for yourself to try and understand what that even means – lets just say its something you wont have heard before. Marcus Mouya gets a triple feature with his spectacular new releases, with ‘Blushin’ Around You‘ one of the deadly trio. Mesto‘s main stage future house sound is back with ‘Give Me Love’, released on Musical Freedom, Arty’s back with a progressive remix of FRND‘s track ‘Erase‘, deadmau5 is combining his sounds with Rob Swire‘s impeccable vocals once again on ‘Monophobia‘, and ‘Bigroom Never Dies‘ with Hardwell and Blasterjaxx.

There’s more tracks in there from the likes of CamelPhat, Galantis, Sick Individuals, Fox Stevenson, Fehrplay, and Baauer, plus an emphatic remix from Magnificence. Kevu‘s new track with Club Banditz on Revealed Recordings, Feed Me‘s fresh remix, and SNBRN‘s new track round off the list, so go and check it out for yourself and let us know which is your favourite via the comments!

Lewis is a 21 year old UK-based writer and editor, bringing interviews with Carl Cox, CamelPhat, and more to We Rave You in his 2+ years with the team. His musical preferences cover most genres, with a deeper love for progressive and trance.

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