Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Alpha 9, Don Diablo

We Rave You’s Weekly Selections

Each week, We Rave You bring you the finest new tracks to have surfaced in the last 7 days. Bringing you brand new releases each week, the Weekly Selections playlist is packed with plenty of sounds, speeds, artists, and genres, and suits everyone. From tech house to progressive house, and psy trance to 80’s retro house, this week’s collection has it all. ZHU‘s new track, a fresh Axtone release via a remix of Jack Wins banger ‘Freewheelin’‘, Seven Lions collaborating with Blastoyz, a new Alpha 9 track, and Sentinel‘s return to Release Records – the new Weekly Selections is jam packed with huge tracks. Here’s our round up of the week’s biggest new music…

Featuring first is the latest release on Protocol Recordings, coming from Tom Tyger who’s teamed up with Charles B & VCTRY to provide ‘One Too Many‘. This one’s exactly what you’d expect from Protocol, and is packed with groovy vibes and rolling sounds. Also involved is Friction‘s massive remix of The Prodigy‘s ‘Need Some1‘, which is full of energy throughout. Gorgon City have dropped their new track ‘Blame‘, which is a collaboration with Josh Barry. Robin Schulz has provided that summer sound once again, remixing U2‘s ‘Summer Of Love‘. A fitting title for such an upbeat track. Seven Lions has taken on psy trance in a collaboration with Blastoyz, and Sentinel have returned after a quiet 18 months with ‘Orbit‘. Don Diablo has provided a house spin on Martin Garrix‘s ‘Ocean‘, whilst Futuristic Polar Bears have joined forces with Wolfpack for their new big room banger ‘Moksha‘. Afrojack‘s dropped a collaboration with MC Ambush titled ‘Step Back‘, and CMC$ has teamed up with GRX – AKA Martin Garrix – for a new future bass track with Icona Pop.

There’s also new music from Alpha 9, Deorro, Sammy Porter, Marcus Schossow, Clean Bandit, Seeb, Netsky, Kai Exos, Urias, NAATIONS, and Tom & Collins, so be sure to check out We Rave You’s Weekly Selections 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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