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House Cat Hits: Top House Music Releases of the Week

Edition [08.11.23]

by Nicholas Lorenzo
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Step into the world of House Cat Hits, your ultimate destination for the finest house music releases of the week, igniting your weekend with rhythm and groove. We meticulously gather a collection of the most vibrant and thrilling tracks from the realm of house music, with some surprises of techno and more! Whether it’s the irresistible basslines, heartfelt vocals, or pulsating crescendos, our carefully curated weekly compilation guarantees you’re in the know about the trendiest releases. Prepare to immerse yourself in the freshest beats and pulsating rhythms, setting the stage for an unmissable weekend experience!

FISHER, Kita Alexander — “Atmosphere”

FISHER and Kita Alexander‘s highly anticipated hit single “Atmosphere” is a sonic delight that lives up to its expectations. The track seamlessly blends FISHER’s signature house vibes with Kita Alexander’s mesmerizing vocals, creating an irresistible dancefloor banger. With its infectious rhythm, catchy hooks, and energetic production, “Atmosphere” is set to be a summer anthem that’ll have everyone grooving.

Fred again…, Obongjayar — “adore u”

Fred again… and London-based Nigerian singer Obongjayar unite on this beautiful track titled “adore u.” This collaborative duo does not disappoint. From Obongjaya’s sensational and comforting vocal delivery to Fred again..’s blissful house atmosphere, this track sends listeners into a place of pure euphoria. The warmth that exudes from “adore u” can simply be defined as pure dance-inducing.

HoneyLuv, Cakes da Killa — “Bring It Back”

HoneyLuv drops the mesmerizing track “Bring It Back,” featuring the rap prowess of Cakes Da Killa, out now through Insomniac Records. With a sultry blend of tech-driven basslines, vibrant synth accents, and enticing drum arrangements, the song keeps in line with HoneyLuv’s signature seductive style. This marks HoneyLuv’s third release on Insomniac Records, following the successes of “Your Tongue” and “Sway” alongside Dope Earth Alien, further solidifying her presence in the scene.

VNSSA — “Touch Me”

California’s own house/techno virtuoso, VNSSA, is stepping back into the spotlight with her third single on Higher Ground! and it’s a scorcher. “Touch Me” is a high-energy warehouse banger, infused with deep basslines and nostalgic acid elements reminiscent of ’90s legends like The Prodigy. With a diverse musical background spanning rock bands to the forefront of the house scene, VNSSA’s dynamic sound is a force to be reckoned with. Catch her on the Hell Freezes Over Tour, hitting major venues and festivals throughout 2023.

Anyma — Genesys

Anyma‘s debut album Genesys is a sonic odyssey that effortlessly traverses electronic music’s diverse landscape. The album showcases Anyma’s masterful ability to blend intricate melodies, pulsating rhythms, and atmospheric textures, resulting in a collection of tracks that are both thought-provoking and dancefloor-ready. With a seamless fusion of progressive, techno, and ambient elements, Genesys proves to be a captivating journey that cements Anyma as a rising force in the electronic music scene. The album features collaborations with Chris Avantgarde, Sevdaliza, Rebūke, Cassian, and more!

DJ Minx — “D Town”

DJ Minx presents her latest single “D Town,” a gritty homage to her city, released on her label Women On Wax. This release remains true to her mission of spotlighting the Detroit sound, with two remixes from Inner City and Byron The Aquarius. With her own vocals and uncompromising energy, Minx delivers a powerful anthem that showcases her 30-year trailblazing journey in the house/techno scene, while the track’s blown-out bassline and relentless percussion captivate listeners. DJ Minx adds, “I’ve found my musical style, and I’m delivering another round of it to you in this release. I was born and raised in the D, and we are family all around this city,” remarked DJ Minx about the track. “ I created D Town for my love of Detroit, the people, its history, and culture. I hope you feel it like I do.”

Sandy Rivera, Mike Dunn — “I Won’t Let Go”

House legends Sandy Rivera and Mike Dunn in “I Won’t Let Go” is a harmonious meeting of New York and Chicago vibes. With the soulful vocals of April Morgan dancing over the blend of Rivera’s hypnotic production and Dunn’s classic touch, the track becomes a true showcase of American house music excellence. A nod to the past three decades of their iconic careers, this extended mix is a testament to their collective artistry and stands as a modern staple in the realm of quality house tunes.

Gordo, Maluma — “Parcera”

Gordo and Maluma’s new single “Parcera” is an infectious blend of Latin flair and tech house grooves perfect to set the dancefloor ablaze. The track arrives after their performance at Tomorrowland and showcases Maluma’s signature vocal delivery with Gordo’s dynamic production style. “Parcera” exudes a lively energy, making it a guaranteed hit that’ll have listeners moving to its catchy beat from the very first note.

Kungs, Shadow Child — “Changes”

“Changes” by Kungs and Shadow Child delivers a refreshing blend of their signature styles, resulting in a dynamic and infectious single. The track seamlessly merges Kungs’ melodic and uplifting elements with Shadow Child’s intricate production, creating a vibrant dancefloor anthem that captures the essence of both artists. With its catchy hooks, pulsating beats, and seamless transitions, “Changes” is a testament to their collaborative prowess and a must-listen for electronic music enthusiasts.

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