This week’s biggest tracks, featuring Blasterjaxx, Tiësto, Flume, Alan Walker & more

It’s time for another round-up of the biggest tracks the week has to offer, and what a week it is, with Miami featuring strongly in every DJ’s Instagram feed and Ultra just over the Horizon. To celebrate what always marks the official start of the summer season in dance music, we’ve got some massive tunes to get you in the mood, featuring some of the hottest names out there. So let’s get to it with the latest Weekly Selections.

First up, a highlight from this week’s playlist are Dutch duo Blasterjaxx who provide a summer-ready festival anthem ‘Super Friends’, chock full of huge melodies, pounding rhythms, and a soulful vocal from Jack Wilby. It’s pretty much a sure-fire bet this one will make a few appearances at Ultra, and beyond across the rest of the upcoming festival season. Speaking of which, another Dutch master is back again with an enormous big-room belter – Tiësto has unleashed his latest track ‘Can You Feel It’, and judging by what we can hear, the answer is almost certainly “yes”. Get this one cranked up on a big system and people in the next country will likely be able to feel it too.

If big room anthems aren’t quite your bag though, don’t worry as there’s plenty more on here from across the broad spectrum of dance music. Flume treats us to a wonderfully trippy and disjointed masterpiece in the shape of ‘Wormhole’, there’s some bass-heavy and groovy beats from Klosman’s Open Da House, Katy Perry gets the vocoder treatment as Zedd delivers a deep and funky remix of 365, and there’s serious contention for who takes the prize for biggest tech house anthem this week – is it the always flawless Gorgon City who deliver the rather appropriately titled ‘Delicious’, or is it David Guetta who continues to rack out the tunes under his Jack Back alias, this time with ‘Put Your Phone Down (Low)’. It’s a tricky one, but our money is in fact on Mantrastic & Rechler with their summer-ready anthem ‘Spread Love’, a track that will no doubt get a hammering in Miami this week, and continue to feature in sets right up until Ibiza finally closes up shop in late October.

Check out the full list below and let us know which track you reckon will be a summer smash!