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Best Releases of the Week [2.17.23]

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“One Three Nine” – Zeds Dead

Zeds Dead is expanding their musical horizons with their latest single, “One Three Nine,” released on AC Slater’s House imprint, Night Bass. The duo’s foray into House music with this track showcases their wide sonic palette and their interests beyond Bass music. Additionally, Zeds Dead has launched a new imprint, Altered States, which is focused on highlighting the talents of emerging artists and sounds from the world of House music. With a mission to showcase inspirational stories, accessible music, and showstopping talent, Altered States aims to help grow the electronic community worldwide. In the past year, the label has already released tracks from several up-and-coming artists such as Nostalgix, Mary Droppinz, AYYBO, Mz Worthy, and more.

“Unity” EP – Liquid Stranger

Liquid Stranger, labelhead and celebrated producer, has just released his “Unity EP on SSKWAN following the success of his crowd-pleasing lead single “Smoke N Hope.” As the sole brother label to WAKAAN, SSKWAN is dedicated to the encompassing scope of downtempo and ambient electronic music, and Liquid Stranger embodies the essence of SSKWAN through this deeply emotional body of work. A complete contrast to his prevailing high-energy, potent bass releases, including his most recent 2022 EP “DIMENSIONS“, “Unity” is a more emotive record in Liquid Stranger‘s extensive discography. The five-track treasure trove of softer production arrangements gradually guides listeners into a sonic journey of deep-seated musical arrangements.

“Conflicted” – MYRNE x Manila Killa

Singaporean music producer MYRNE is looking to keep dancefloors energized and fresh in 2023 following a successful year. He has released a new single titled “Conflicted,” which is a collaboration with Filipino-American music producer Manila Killa. This track marks the three-year anniversary of their collaborative EP called “Fluorescence.” With “Conflicted,” MYRNE and Manila Killa continue to showcase their musical synergy, and are sure to captivate audiences with their innovative sound.

“Buckle Up” – Sully x Hairitage

Sully, a prominent member of the WAKAAN roster, has returned to the label with his first official release of 2023. This time, he has teamed up with the heavyweight producer Hairitage to deliver a powerful collaborative single titled “Buckle Up.” This track marks Hairitage‘s impressive debut with the label, and both producers showcase their refined sound design in this bass-heavy record. “Buckle Up” is a seamless blend of guttural and trap-hybrid influences, which is sure to impress listeners and cement the collaboration as a standout offering in the bass music scene.

“The Freaks” – David Guetta x Marten Hørger 

Renowned musical pioneer and international icon, David Guetta, has joined forces with Marten Hørger, a leading force in the global Bass House movement, to release their latest single, “The Freaks.” This powerful future rave track features low-pitched, distorted vocals and gigantic builds that are sure to captivate audiences on the dancefloor and beyond. “The Freaks” is a testament to the innovative sound and boundary-pushing ethos of both Guetta and Hørger, who continue to shape the electronic dance music scene with their dynamic collaborations.

“Quest For Fire” – Skrillex

Skrillex‘s new album “Quest For Fire” features several exciting collaborations, including “RATATA,” a collaboration between Skrillex, Missy Elliott, and Mr. Oizo that is eagerly anticipating one of Missy‘s signature, unconventional music videos. It also features a beautiful collaboration between Skrillex, Starrah, and Four Tet called “Butterflies.” Adding to the new album, the project includes the energetic track “Supersonic (my existence),” a collaboration between Noisia, josh pan, and 100 gecs’ Dylan Brady, among other notable tracks that have fans craving more from the legendary artist.

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