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…James Dutta.
The Launch || Volume 005
5. Kill It – Kayzo
Seeing Kayzo’s overall style morph into what it is today has been a journey. His chaotic, 160+ bpm tracks have definitely grown on me. His newest EP, “Black & White” is an excellent representation of his style. My favorite track is “Kill It” which is chalk full of vocal chops, bass and awesome sound design. Check it out!
4. After All (feat. Jinzo) – SLANDER x YOOKiE
This song has been constant rotation for me since it has come out. It’s absolutely wild and brings the talents of SLANDER, YOOKiE and Jinzo together. From Jinzo’s melodic vocals at the beginning to the insane drop is a track like you’ve never heard before!
Check out our song review HERE!
3. In My Head (feat. PRXZM) – Virtual Riot
What really won me over about this song is Emma from PRXZM’s beautiful vocals. She sounds extremely angelic on here and it really sells the song. Aside from that is Virtual Riot’s simple, yet very effective and catchy production. This is one of those songs that instantly get stuck in your head!
2. Mais Que Nada – Potions & Pills
I just randomly stumbled across this song on SoundCloud and was instantly hooked. Upon further investigation, it seems that Potions & Pills only have about 2,000 SoundCloud followers and are relatively unknown. They really do know how to make some catchy deep house though. Be on the lookout for these guys, I’m sure they will be big soon!
1. Save The World (Crankdat Re-Crank) – Swedish House Mafia
It’s a bold move to remix a classic like “Save the World” by Swedish House Mafia, but 19-year-old producer, Crankdat took it upon himself. The result was a super groovy house tune that is a breath of fresh air from the original.