Every week we scour through tons and tons of new music. Whether we find those tracks ourselves or discover them via press releases, we do our best to select the top tracks we think you, our fans, would love.
Here are the top 15 singles from the second week of February, we hope you enjoy. Dive into our Freshly Picked Beats playlist below to stay on top of everything new in the world of music.
ODESZA – A Moment Apart Remixes
ODESZA just released a ton of new remixes for their 2017 album A Moment Apart. The album features some of the younger members of their Foreign Family label. Our personal favorite is the ford. remix for “Thin Floors and Tall Ceilings.”
Dive into all six new remixes below.
YOOKIE & Hekler – Wraith
YOOKIE & Hekler are steadily on the rise, and “Wraith” is the perfect collaboration to continue that hot streak. Featuring some dark vocals and heavy synths, it’s a must listen for our bass heavy listeners.
This is the second Delta Heavy track we have featured this year. After their huge hit “Lift Me Up” with Zeds Dead, the duo is back with “Tack Me Home.” Their new school drum n bass feel is really catchy.
Felix Cartal & Lights – Love Me
This one is for all our pop and house lovers. Felix Cartal delivers a poppy house driven tune that is perfect for a change of pace on our list.
Amon Tobin – On a Hilltop Sat the Moon
Egzod – Reserve (feat. Leo The Kind)
Egzod and Leo The Kind collaborated on one of our favorite singles of 2018, “Paper Crowns.” Today the pair are back with the catchy new rock influenced original, “Reserve.” The song premiered via Trap Nation.
Naderi – Too Much Smoke
Sydney-born Naderi has been an enigmatic figure in the electronic music space. He has worked behind the scenes for some of dance’s most influential artists including Skrillex, Flume, Jauz, and Alison Wonderland.
Naderi recently unveiled his debut single “Too Much Smoke,” a hard-hitting trap production featuring buzzing rapper Lil Traffic.
Lucas & Steve – Say Something
Lucas & Steve have unquestionably honed their craft in the future house genre over the past decade. But today the pair are back with a mild shift of tempo from their conventional future house design. The boys slow things down to piece together what looks to be their most promising production since joining forces.
Swayló – Desert Flower
The Swayló project is something new to our radar. Described as “an auditory experience & showcase defined by his unique take on deep house.” The producer debuts on our list with Desert Flower.
Born I & Arius – G Chain
Ghanaian-American hip hop artist Born I join Arius for an infectious new single “G Chain.” The single also receives the remix treatment by Jessica Audiffred, who is hot off the back of her receiving the National DJ of the year award at the MDM Electro Awards.
Tritonal – Hard Pass
Tritonal has been around for what seems like decades. But yet, the duo continues to impress with release after release. “Hard Pass” is the latest taste from the duo’s upcoming album. The track’s progressive pop feel is pretty addictive for a track about denial.
Conor Byrne & Rival – Lately
This wouldn’t be a proper list without an up and coming artist who deserves a spotlight. That honor this week falls to Conor Byrne. Byrne is an Irish singer, songwriter, and producer. Conor and co-collaborator Rival have delivered on an infectious new single “Lately.”
CONFESSION – Alchemy IV
7 tracks of pure house goodness courtesy of Tchami’s CONFESSION label. We love our deep, dark house and the Alchemy series always delivers.
In case that didn’t satisfy your needs, you can dive into our official River Beats playlist below.
Featured Image: ODESZA