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Best Releases of the Week [5.19.23]

by Nicholas Lorenzo
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“Signal” – Rezz x Grabbitz

Rezz and Grabbitz return with another new single titled “Signal.” As the second single off her forthcoming EP, “Signal” further explores the goth/punk sound that Rezz is fusing with her signature hypnotic bass style. The eerie melodics and heart-stirring vocals build with a punk rock break towards the seismic bass drops that Rezz is so versed in.

“Feel Your Ghost” – Tiësto x Mathame

Italian duo Mathame and Tiësto collaborate on sleek new single, “Feel Your Ghost.” The brotherly duo and EDM icon deliver a magnetic track with ethereal vocals that glide over the driving techno-inspired groove. The collaborative artists’ pristine production skills complement while unearthing old-school rave undertones.

“Your Mind Is Dirty” – Mau P

Following his debut “Drugs From Amsterdam” and “Gimme That Bounce,” Mau P lands on John Summit’s Off The Grid by way of his new single “Your Mind Is Dirty.” With his signature energetic house sound and edgy sampling, the rising Dutch producer has another hit on his hands for this summer.

“Revelations” – ZHU x Devault x BabyJake

ZHU teams up with Devault and BabyJake on the slow-burning new single “Revelations.” BabyJake and ZHU each take a turn on vocals, contemplating what has brought them to this point in their journeys. ZHU shares, “I’m excited to get into this new era of my artistry and start releasing music again. There will be many revelations to come.”

Sex & The City EP – HoneyLuv x Seth Troxler

HoneyLuv and Seth Troxler release their high anticipated collaboration “Sex & The City” out now on the newly relaunched Tuskegee Records. The new single, which samples Chicago house icon Paul Johnson’s 1998 “So Much,” oozes with old-school rhythms and new-school flow. The release is also paired with the first tease in MK’s sleek remix, as well as an instrumental and radio edit.

when the quiet comes – Leaving Laurel

Leaving Laurel release their sophomore album when the quiet comes, out now on Anjunadeep. This new chapter for band members Gordon Huntley and Griff Fulton follows the loss of Pierce Fulton, whose talent and passion were immortalised in Leaving Laurel’s acclaimed self-titled 2020 debut album. In when the quiet comes, the artists harness warm pianos, inviting textural percussion, and delicate melodies for a surreal musical journey. “Who do we become when we’re alone? When the story is over, and we’ve acknowledged the silence – that’s when the quiet comes.

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