NEW MUSIC: Two Door Cinema Club, Kaidro, Nada Funk, Leroy, COAV

Moving to bite size packs of new stuff that is coming out this month. Starting with some new stuff below plus some older tracks that have been sitting on the shelves for too long already. As always, it’s a free to grab, download and play anywhere.

Martin Garrix feat. Bebe Rexha – In The Name Of Love (Party Pupils Remix)
Party Pupils take on Martin Garrix’ track that truly got the Dutch producer to pop fame status. The LA duo takes out Garrix’ slightly dramatic pop song for a version that feels a little lighter. It sounds pretty close to the Party Pupil versions of Ginuwine’s ‘Pony’ and Outkast’s ‘Ms Jackson’ – try this page for comparison. All sounds fresher than fresh.

98.20.11 – Sempiterno (Myah Alanna)
One of the few recent bass tracks that truly sounds convincing. 98.20.11 is a Peruvian producer who has been producing many different tracks on different labels and SC/YT-channels in the past months. There’s also some strange fascination with someone named Myah Alanna – still figuring that one out though…

Two Door Cinema Club – What You Know (Kaidro Remix)
Must be the result of an old remix pack. A few years ago TDCC ran a remix comp on ‘What You Know’, which at the time mostly resulted in either bro-ish dubstep remixes or nudisco/electro reinterpretations. Really good to hear Kaidro with a fresh perspective on this old TDCC track.

Nada Funk – This Moment (Leroy Remix)
2016 has been the year for future bass producers to take over. It’s big, many producer are trying to create the same sound, which in a while might cause the sound to die down a little. Every week there’s those few tracks that stand out in terms of originality, detail and musicality. This Leroy mix is certainly one of those.

COAV – Whale Rider
Interesting musician who released a whole batch of tracks a little over a month ago. Might not have been the best strategy in terms of building online momentum. But musically everything sounds well thought through. ‘Whale Rider’ feels like COAV’s most interesting track to date. But be sure to check out the other tracks here.

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