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Best Releases of the Week [3.3.23]

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“IN2” (Feat. Tribe Alexander) – HNTR 

HNTR, producer and winner of the Juno Award in the “Best Underground Dance Single” category, has returned with a new release titled “IN2“. This track features Tribe Alexander and is part of Zeds Dead‘s latest project, Altered States, a project exploring the house and techno side of EDM music. “IN2” has a dark and brooding feel to it, with HNTR‘s signature flowy synths riddled throughout, making it a perfect choice for a late night in a dark club or as a detox after a long night out.


DRINKURWATER has just dropped his highly anticipated “Movement” EP, satisfying his fans’ desire for new music. True to his distinct sound, the EP features three tracks with heavy basslines and catchy riffs. One of the fan favorites, “Bendy Riddim Straw,” has already gained popularity and received plenty of love from crowds at events where it was featured in setlists by renowned DJs such as Liquid Stranger, Excision, and Champagne Drip. The EP is just the beginning of DRINKURWATER‘s exciting journey this year, and each track is sure to quench your thirst for his music with its unique sound and style.

“Take Me Away” – ACRAZE

ACRAZE has released his newest dance track, “Take Me Away“, a single that’s sure to get fans moving on the dance-floor throughout 2023 and beyond. The song features a dark and atmospheric sound and a vocal sample taken from Natasha Bedingfield‘s 2008 hit “Pocketful of Sunshine,” which was a massive success on the charts and continues to be a crowd favorite in todays society. ACRAZE, who topped Billboard‘s Top New Dance/Electronic Artists 2022 year-end chart, puts his signature spin on the sample, creating a banger that’s sure to be a hit among dance music lovers. Get ready to make room in your playlist for “Take Me Away.”

“Too Long” – NURKO x Cruel Youth

New York producer NURKO has collaborated with Cruel Youth on a powerful and emotional track titled “Too Long,” released today through the Astralwerks label. The track serves as NURKO‘s second release since signing with the legendary label, following last year’s dreamy “Eternity” featuring Dayce Williams. Similar to its predecessor, “Too Long” is a soaring club anthem that seamlessly blends intricate production with heartfelt lyrics, showcasing NURKO‘s impressive skills as a producer. Prepare to be moved by the poignant and powerful energy of “Too Long.”

“Soul Call” – Canabliss

Canabliss, the rising artist who captured the attention of many with her 2021 SSKWAN single “Freak It,” followed by her 2022 WAKAAN EP “Plasma” and her latest release “Limbo” featured on the SSKWAN SYNERGY compilation, is now back with a captivating new single called “Soul Call,” released on SSKWAN. The track features a seamless blend of dreamy synthesizers and atmospheric vocals, creating an enchanting ambiance for listeners as it flows through the speakers. As the track progresses, it transitions into a paradox of low-end basslines, fully embracing the encompassing scope of downtempo music. With “Soul Call,” Canabliss continues to showcase her unique and versatile style, promising an exciting future in the music industry.

“Where You Are” – John Summit x Hayla

The production on “Where You Are” is top-notch, as is to be expected from Jon Summit. Mixing a clean and balanced track, Summit encompasses all the elements of house music as the track portrays the producers overwhelming talent. Vibrant and catchy, the house track combines enticing vocals from songwriter Hayla that can get any crowd singing along.

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