Rezz x Yultron Collab Played Out At Freaky Deaky [WATCH]

Not only is Rezz one of the greatest forces in dance music right now, she’s also one of the most consistent. Her release schedule is ambitious to say the very least — and ahead of one of her biggest collabs to date, we’re hearing yet another.

Behold, the unreleased body of work between Rezz x Yultron, played at Freaky Deaky over the weekend. Yultron took over The Crypt stage on day 2 and dropped this on the crowd, perhaps hinting at an official release coming soon.

Rezz also played the music festival, closing out The Shrine on day 1. Previously, she debuted the Yultron collaboration in Seattle. For now, fans can only hear it in live settings.

Meanwhile, one of our main focuses this week has been on “Criminal,” the forthcoming collaboration between Rezz and Malaa. The song drops on Halloween, so check back here to listen first thing Thursday.

For now, enjoy this clip of Rezz x Yultron!

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Rezz Drops New Collab with Malaa During Freaky Deaky Performance [WATCH]

Rezz Drops New Collab with Malaa During Freaky Deaky Performance [WATCH]

Rezz and Malaa have unmasked their new collaboration — and last night, it went off at Freaky Deaky at Houston Raceway in Baytown, Texas.

Previously, Rezz debuted the massive forthcoming collab during her annual “Rezz Rocks” performance at Red Rocks. If the brooding styles of both producers weren’t a dead giveaway, the visuals representing both brands definitely were.

As seen below, Rezz tested out the new collab yet again for the crowd at Freaky Deaky — and it went off. She has since revealed the name of the track, “Criminals. Plus, a the release date, October 31st.

Halloween just got even spookier! Check back Thursday to hear in full.

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Bonobo & Skrillex Go B2B In Rare Form At Printworks

Skrillex & Salvatore Ganacci’s Banger Collab Revealed

Skrillex and Salvatore Ganacci have a massive banger on their hands!

Until now, it’s flown relatively under the radar that the two have teamed up. Now, a new leak reveals the collab between these superstar producers — and we’re all about it.

The new ID is rhythmic and bouncy, feeding off Salvatore’s signature style. Meanwhile, Skrillex proves once again he can produce any genre out there. Of course, this is in the working stages, but we can expect an official drop in the future.

As Reddit points out, there are some vocals from the Vitas viral smash “7th Element.” Those could simply be fillers, as mods seem to be confident this ID is the real deal.

Watch below and get ready!

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Martin Garrix & Dean Lewis Officially Reveal “Used To Love” Dropping Halloween

Martin Garrix is nonstop.

It’s one hit after another for the No. 2 DJ in the world — and he just revealed another one. “Used To Love” is the massive collaboration between Martin Garrix and Dean Lewis coming next week.

Previously, Garrix shared his excitement about the production: “This track was made during my break while I was recovering from my ankle injury. Dean and I are super excited to share it with the world!”

Fans have been anticipating the new single for months and now it’s finally (almost) here. The single is due out on Halloween.

Get ready!

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Martin Garrix, Dean Lewis – Used To Love (Out 31/10/2019) from EDM


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Darude's "Sandstorm" Is 20 Years Old Today

Darude’s “Sandstorm” Is 20 Years Old Today

It’s been 20 years since Darude first unleashed his massive dance hit “Sandstorm” — and it’s still a banger.

The single first dropped in Finland in 1999 and was later released in many other countries in 2000. “Sandstorm” rose on the charts, hitting number one in the UK, among others. It was an instant smash.

Easily one of the most recognizable tracks in the history of EDM, Darude’s classic anthem is still relevant and thriving. The kind of hype this hit has attracted over two decades is absolutely insane. Now, it’s been pumping up crowds for 20 straight years.

Listen below.

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Make That "Booty Work" with Gettoblaster's New Single ft. DJ Dagwood [LISTEN]

Make That “Booty Work” with Gettoblaster’s New Single ft. DJ Dagwood [LISTEN]

Gettoblaster are back at it with another dancefloor heater, “Booty Work” featuring DJ Dagwood.

Before we even get into it, the track’s title really tells it like it is. Fat basslines, crisp shakers and a nonstop, bouncing groove — it’s all in there, signature of Gettoblaster’s own signature style. Less is always more with these guys, with emphasis on thick, quality sound.

“Booty Work” hits with that same swagger heard in their huge summer smash “Get Dat” with DJ Funk. We simply can’t get enough of Gettoblaster’s classic jacking of house and techno, expertly demonstrated here.

To be on the dancefloor when this is playing — and not move — would be a straight up crime.

Listen and link up below!

Gettoblaster – “Booty Work” ft. DJ Dagwood

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Martin Garrix Tests Out His New EDM Anthem w/ Matisse & Sadko [WATCH]

Amsterdam Music Event (ADE) is always an exciting time for Martin Garrix — and this year, unsurprisingly, he’s coming out of it with another highly anticipated collaboration.

“Hold On (We’re Almost There)” is a grand Garrix production and a true EDM anthem, made in collaboration with Matisse & Sadko. The video below, ripped from Amsterdam RAI 2019 showcases that moment when Garrix tested it out on thousands of fans.

Video footage of the new song has been popping up left and right, only to be taken down by Garrix’s own Stmpd Rcrds. So hurry up and watch before this one gets deleted…

The result is simply incredible and hits right in the feels! Just watch.

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