NMF Roundup: Spencer Brown turns up the trance vibes, Ryan Shepard rains Latin heat, Bakermat brings beachy guitar grooves, and more

Written by on June 2, 2018

The most important day of every week: New Music Friday. As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed.

Grammy Award-winning CID taps sensuous songstress Anabel Englund for his bumping future house track, “Use Me Up.”

Panamanian Fito Blanko teams with Ryan Shepard for this drum-heavy Latin-inspired house track “Por Qué” packed with dynamic stop-and-go grooves.

The duo DVBBS enlist singer/songwriter Blackbear for this emotion-tinged bass track, “IDWK,” (an acronym for main vocal cut, “I don’t wanna know”).

Spencer Brown taps Roderick Demmings Jr. for “Airplane Tekno,” a blissed out piano-centric house track off Brown’s new Illusion of Perfection album.

Prominent trance vocalist, HALIENE, lends her arresting, poignant vocals to Andrew Rayel‘s new euphoric track, “In The Dark.”

Paris Blohm delivers another wild and driving big room track, “Silently,” with help from the prophetically-voiced ēnok.

Zack Martino puts a lighthearted spin on Tritonal and syrupy songstress Riley Clemmons‘ sunny, technicolor dance track “Out My Mind.”

Former Hot Chip member, Joe Goddard, has released “So Much,” a futuristic, highly nuanced deep house track off his new album, “So Much / Human Touch” through Domino Recordings.

Sam Smyers spins a romantic narrative with this warm weather dance track, “Want You.”

Dutch Bakermat shares “Lion,” an island-channeling groovy guitar-strumming song designed for a beach setting–via Ultra Music.


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