Every week, We Rave You’s Weekly Selections playlist uncovers the biggest new music from the past few days, and puts it all in one place for you to get stuck into! This week is no different, with over an hour of new tracks to feast your eyes – and ears – all over. There’s plenty of nostalgia in the producers that have dropped new tracks: Mat Zo, whose tracks ‘Easy‘ with Porter Robinson remains such an iconic release; Deniz Koyu, legendary producer of all things progressive, dropping his new music; Basto, creator of ‘Again and Again‘, a timeless classic. Joining those three with new music are the likes of Confession label’s Malaa and Dustycloud, both releasing solo tracks, DT8 Project, Retrovision, and many more!
Dustycloud has become a well known name in the bass house scene, and the new release titled ‘Brave‘ only establishes that name further. Darren Tate‘s DT8 Project heads to Anjunabeats on ‘Cycles‘, a melodic progressive trancer that captivates any crowd. Mat Zo’s new EP includes ‘Deep Inside‘, an impeccable new track from the producer, whilst Retrovision heads back to Hexagon Label to release ‘House Beat‘. Robbie Mendez takes things a bit deeper with ‘Chicken Nuts‘, as does ASOX on ‘COME ON!‘. David Tort returns to Spinnin’ with his new release ‘I Breathe Deep‘, as does Garmiani on his new festival banger ‘Barraca‘. Steff Da Campo and Tommy Jayden also hit the huge label with their new track ‘Gin & Vodka‘, as Tim van Werd provides the goods to make you ‘Dance All Night‘. Modd takes things one deeper with the new release ‘Swallow’s Nest‘, bringing melodic bliss right throughout. The legend that is Deniz Koyu has just dropped ‘Automatic‘, whereas Kevu and Maeva Carter are taking manual control with ‘Cha Cha‘. Basto has teamed up with Peter Luts on ‘Nimbus‘, Phil Fuldner brings the 80’s vibe to Armada Subjekt on ‘Take Me‘, and Julian Calor gives an insight into his ‘Adventures‘. Finally, Malaa makes us realise exactly why dance music is an ‘Addiction‘, with his bass heavy release!
Check out the entire playlist below, and let us know your favourite in the comments!