7 Songs You Need to Bump This Weekend, From Mija, What So Not, Don Diablo & More
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7 Songs You Need to Bump This Weekend, From Mija, What So Not, Don Diablo & More

THE MUSIC WORLD NEVER STOPS DELIVERING US NEW TRACKS, SO WE NEVER STOP LISTENING. Freshly Picked Beats has been updated yet again with the freshest new music.

Check out our top picks from the past few weeks, and check out the full playlist below!


Mija (ft. Kelli Schaefer) – Bad For u

Mija is about to drop a seven-track EP titled How to Measure the Distance Between Lovers. The producer wrote personal lyrics for each track except one, and even lended her vocals on every other song. The one exception is the EP’s lead single “Bad For You,” which features lyrics and vocals by Portland singer songwriter Kelli Schaefer.

Don Diablo (ft. A R I Z O N A)- Take Her Place

Dutch DJ and producer Don Diablo has released his new music video for “Take Her Place,” his soaring collaboration with the band ARIZONA.

What So Not (ft. Daniel Johns) – Be ok Again

What So Not has teamed up with legendary Silverchair frontman Daniel Johns for “Be Ok Again,” a truly great future bass track that moves the genre forward.

Savoy (ft. Laura Reed) – Up All Night

Savoy has teamed up with Laura Reed for a dark and haunting indie-ballad. “Up All Night” is just the latest release in their long arsenal of eclectic hits.

Lane 8 – Atlas

Lane 8 has continued to string impressive releases together from his upcoming album, Little By Little, due out January 19, 2018.

Unlike Pluto – I Need a Win

“Unlike Pluto’s rock renaissance begins with the aptly-named single “I Need A Win.” Subtle shades of electronic influence remain, but the star of the track is undoubtedly’s Arabshahi’s own raw, pleading vocals. I’m immediately transported to very tender place in my heart occupied by mid-2000’s emo. “I Need A Win” elaborates on modern punk sensibilities with crisp, intriguing sound design, forging a moment that is at once completely nostalgic and totally unique”

– Earmilk staff writer Katey Ceccarelli

Quix, SLUMBERJACK, & Josh Pan – Vision

And while rumors of trap’s demise have come from every corner of the country, its collaborations like this that continue to push the genre to new boundaries. Featuring those unique and experimental trap sounds we have come love, ‘Vision’ adds a relentless infusion of wonky bass, distorted vocals, and dark synths.

These are just a few of the songs in the newest update to Freshly Picked Beats, so be sure to check out the playlist in its entirety below.


Featured Photo: Ryan Farber

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