Don Diablo, SJRM, Matisse & Sadko, and more in We Rave You’s Weekly Selections

Each week, We Rave You provide an exclusive round up of some of the freshest tracks around, with new releases from plenty of genres for you to get your hands – and ears – all over. This week’s instalment comes packed with bangers, from future bass to bass house, some psy trance, and even a bit of Melbourne bounce-style electro house. New entries from artists both old and new give a super range of tracks, so make sure you check it out the Weekly Selections down at the bottom of the article!

There’s the new Laidback Luke track ‘Milkshake‘, which uses the classic “milkshake brings all the boys to the yard” vocal to full effect. That’s a collaboration with Ale Mora and Shermanology, out via Luke’s Mixmash Records. Don Diablo is back with a huge vocal track featuring Alex Clare, titled ‘Heaven‘. There’s a full round up of that right here. KSHMR‘s long awaited track with 7 Skies called ‘Neverland‘ blends Melbourne bounce with the natural KSHMR elements to create a big big tune. Kryder is back with a remix of Nico De Andrea‘s ‘The Shape‘ which drops on Spinnin’ Records, and Amersy brings the tech house vibes with his latest release ‘Before We Start‘. Bottai also drops a new track on Spinnin’, with his track ‘Plenitudo‘ coming via their Doorn imprint, whilst Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano bring the house sound in full force through their newest release ‘Thinking About You‘. Matisse & Sadko‘s progressive house sound radiates right through their track ‘Light Me Up‘ alongside Raiden, and Syn Cole drops a fresh remix of Martin Garrix‘s track ‘Ocean‘.

There’s plenty more that we haven’t mentioned, including tracks from Matroda, Swanky Tunes, Armin van Buuren, Rezz, Gorgon City, and so many more. We’ll leave it up to you to go and check those one’s out! Listen to We Rave You’s Weekly Selections playlist below:

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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