Martin Garrix, Hardwell, David Guetta

New music from David Guetta, Hardwell, Martin Garrix and more, in We Rave You’s Weekly Selections

Another week has gone by and the world has been blessed with tonnes of new tracks. The same as every week, it would seem. However, its hard to keep up with all the new releases when there are so many. That’s why We Rave You have provided you with your very own round up of the finest new releases across all genres, available on Spotify right now. This week’s Weekly Selections playlist features the new Martin Garrix and Justin Mylo collaboration ‘Burn Out‘, as well as the newest track from Australian trance sensation Marcus Santoro. There’s new Dannic, Dillion Francis, and Matt Nash amongst so many others, so be sure to check it out at the bottom of the page!

With David Guetta dropping his new album ‘7‘, there had to be one of his tracks in there, so make sure you look for that one in the list. David Penn has dropped the club mix of ‘Nobody‘, and what a track that is! Lugovskiy‘s two track EP came out on Size Records recently, so ‘Water‘ gets a place on this weeks Weekly Selections playlist, as well as James Hype‘s huge collaboration with Craig David. Linking back to David Guetta, ‘Inferno‘ drops under his Jack Back alias, which he uses to explore the deeper sides of electronic music. Roosx has delivered ‘Light‘ to the playlist, and Tony Romera‘s remix of Kungs track ‘Be Right Here‘ packs plenty of heat. Maximals and Sam Void are back on Protocol with their new collaboration, and Capa returns to Zerothree with a progressive weapon that is sure to get rinsed in upcoming sets from the progressive faithful. Oh, and you can’t miss the gigantic new Hardwell track alongside Suyano, because it goes OFF!

There’s plenty more tracks from the likes of Solberjum, Klingande, Years & Years, Nicky Romero x AmPm, and more, so have a listen to this week’s Weekly Selections from We Rave You 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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