15 New Songs You Need In Your Life Right Now [Listen]
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15 New Songs You Need In Your Life Right Now [Listen]

If you’re feeling lost in the madness, never fear. We handpicked our favorite releases from the past few weeks just for you! Enjoy!

Whipped Cream – Bad For Me 

2018 is the year of Whipped Cream. She has been everywhere and is showing no signs of slowing down. Her new single “Bad For Me” is a glitchy new tune, with some 1990’s R&B vibes mixed in. One of her more unique singles of the year. 

What So Not – If You Only Knew (Graves Remix) 

Graves is one of the best Trap artists in the game right now. Providing such a new sound, he once again shows why he is so talented remixing What So Not’s “If You Only Knew.” 

ilo ilo – Come Over 

ilo ilo is still a mystery to most listeners out there. And while there isn’t much known on the group, “Come Over” is an infectious poppy single that we’ve had on repeat. 

Metro Boomin – Dreamcatcher Ft. Travis Scott, Swae Lee, 21 Savage

A few months after announcing he is officially retiring, mega-producer Metro Boomin dropped a brand new album this month. The stand out track for us was clearly “Dreamcatcher.” Travis Scott and Swae Lee on the same single? Yes, please.  

Elohim – Connect 

What happens when you get Skrillex producing for one of the hottest vocalists of the year? An instant hit. “Connect” shows the range of Elohim. The single is such a modern cool single, and features one of the more unique videos we have seen all year. 

sfam & TVBOO – Blast 

sfam & TVBOO are two rising talents coming out the dirty south by way of New Orleans. Today the trio is delivering some magic on “Blast.” “Blast” is trap infused single featuring rhythmically charged, fizzing instrumentals and a collision of drum beats mixed in for each drop. The single is out via UZ’s label, Quality Good Records. 

Doctor P – Something to Believe In

What is dubstep without Doctor P? The Circus Records head honcho delivers once again with “Something To Believe In.” Featuring crisp percussion, melodic vocals, and of course some heavy synths, this new banger displays the self-assured quality that we’ve come to expect from Circus Records and Doctor P. 

i_o – LOW EP 

i_o is a brand new name on our radar. The Mau5trap artist features dark electro sounds with heavy techno grooves and deep evolving melodies. His two track Ep Low is no different. Low will surely make its rounds in club scenes around the globe by some of electronic music’s finest.

Party Favor – Blame

Party Favor is a stable of dance music, and he returned this week to cap off a massive 2018. His latest single “Blame,” is an emotive, stadium-sized anthem featuring Miami-based singer/songwriter Naïka. The single is out via Mad Decent. 

Cookie Monsta – Elevate 

Continuing on with some Circus Records love, Cookie Monsta is back with a brand new single titled “Elevate.” The cinematic single invokes the familiar cliché of calming elevator music and hijacks it, injecting excitement and rhythm into the dull every day. 

Novelle – Half Alive

Novelle is a 17-year-old producer hailing from South Africa. His new single “Half Alive,” featuring vocals courtesy of Alex Marie Brinkley, gives our list the cinematic uplifting vibe it needed. 

Jynjo & DÆMON – Rain

Los Angeles based producer Jynjo has built up some steam over the past few months, including a NEST HQ Mini Mix. And now the producer is back with a fun and optimistic tune titled, “Rain” featuring groovy vocals from DÆMON backed by a smooth and bouncy house beat. 

Teminite – Uprising LP 

It wouldn’t be a proper list without some dubstep slamming in your face. Our man Teminite is providing that for us. After having dominated the UK scene, Teminite aka Samuel Norris is now ready to make his mark on the US bass community with a wealth of highly produced, intricate originals including his Uprising LP.

Diplo – California Remixes 

This Ep was by far one of our favorites of the year, and we’re ecstatic there’s a full remix Ep to go with it. Remixes from Keys N Krates, TWERL, Max Styler, and QUIX provide for a new approach to the entire EP. It’s hard to put a finger on any one of them, so our advice would be to listen to all of them. Enjoy! 


Featured Image: Elohim Instagram 

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