Welcome to The Launch, EDM Identity’s weekly playlist series made up of fresh tracks that we love.
Music connects each and every one of us, whether you are listening to trance, house, dubstep, or any other genre, we are all one with the beat. Exploring new genres and artists.is a crucial element to falling deeper in love with music and opening doors to new experiences in life. Every week we will be taking you on a journey of musical discovery, highlighting five new tracks that we are currently tuned in to. This week’s edition of The Launch is presented to you by…Mason Whitener.
The Launch || Volume 001 – Mason Whitener
5. Divide and Conquer – What So Not
I’ve been a fan of What So Not since the release of the first EP. My favorite track has always been “Jaguar” but this is now competing for that place. This song is a great lead in I love the feel the beat has and how it breaks itself open starting from the very beginning. Sticking in my head, it sounds like an answering machine that is loading and I really enjoy it.
4. Sweet Memories – CID & Kaskade
CID and Kaskade can do no wrong. This duo is highly formidable and is extremely catchy. I like how the vocals waft over the beat, it’s a fantastic song all the way through and the artwork for it is really cool. The last track the duo created was “Us” and for me this track hits new levels and is a noteworthy track I plan on keeping in my music library.
Check out our featured interview with CID HERE!
3. Believer – Major Lazer & Showtek
“Believer” brings the vibe of previous work that Major Lazer has released. The combination of that with Showtek’s signature festival sound crowd creates a great collaboration that will definitely keep the dance floors moving.
2. Love on Me – Galantis & Hook N Sling
“Love on Me” has a really fun melodic background and the same classic feel that fans love. This track features a steady paced set of upbeat lyrics that push the song out of your speakers.
Check out our post on the track HERE!
1. How Can You Tell When It’s Done – Baauer feat. CZ
I don’t think you can tell when it’s done, because for me this song doesn’t end. This track is relentless and when the beat drops, it does off into this mildly addictive baselines that kind of circles through itself.