The Landing February 2019 || This Month’s Best Tunes

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Welcome to The Landing, where the EDM Identity rounds up the best tracks from the month that you might have missed!

In each edition of The Landing, we intend to highlight our favorite tracks from a variety of artists, genres, and BPM’s! Each month we’ll be bringing you the best tracks that have had us grooving to the beat in a playlist that spans artists of all sizes and genres.

If you thought there were some stunning tunes that got released last month then get ready because February has continued the trend with some absolute gems. Tracks like Walker & Royce and VNSSA‘s massive collab “WORD” and Delta Heavy‘s “Take Me Home” have already begun to dominate speakers, while some epic tunes saw a release such as “Mama Africa” by ilan Bluestone, “Too Sexy” by Dillon Nathaniel, and “Squirrel” by Key4050. Additionally, Lane 8‘s remix of “Ghost Voices” has been on repeat nearly all month long and we were thoroughly impressed by Above & Beyond‘s “Distorted Truth” as well.

There’s a little something for everyone in the playlist–so sit back, relax, hit that shuffle button, and enjoy our staff picks from February. With any luck, you’ll find something new that will keep you warm just long enough for festival season to begin.

Stream the playlist of our favorite tunes from February 2019:

The Landing February 2019 – Tracklist:

  1. Virtual Self – Ghost Voices (Lane 8 Remix)
  2. Walker & Royce, VNSSA – WORD
  3. Dezza, Julian Gray – Cold Outside
  4. Marc Houle – Car And Driver
  5. Matt Lange – Space Between
  6. Somna – Razor
  7. RYBO – Wyatt Marshall – Constellation 303
  8. everettz – Desire
  9. Dale Howard – Hypnotized
  10. Amtrac – Just
  11. Annie Bass – In Your Arms
  12. WHIPPED CREAM – You Wanted It
  13. YOOKiE, Hekler – Wraith
  14. Rolo Green – Miracle
  15. Lo Key – Dance with the Devil
  16. Jody Wisternoff, James Grant – Dapple
  17. Kaskade – Disarm U (HVDES Remix)
  18. ODESZA – Line Of Sight (Chet Porter Remix)
  19. ilan Bluestone – Mama Africa
  20. Psyko Punkz – Victorious
  21. yetep, Sara Skinner – What Do U Want
  22. Dillon Nathaniel – Too Sexy
  23. Delta Heavy – Take Me Home
  24. Phineo & Mad Brother – Sugar Cube
  25. Key4050 – Squirrel
  26. The Sponges – Space Funk ’75
  27. Green Velvet, Gene Farris – Galaxie
  28. Big Wild – She Makes Magic
  29. Icarus – Running Away
  30. Morelia – Sexy Talk
  31. Luke Bond, Sara Skinner – Right Now
  32. Crystal Skies – Never Change
  33. Braxton – When The Sun Goes Down
  34. Dave Neven – Lethal
  35. Champagne Drip, Len X – Satellite
  36. Fort Romeau – Just
  37. Maison Ware – Hypnotize
  38. Egzod, Leo The Kind – Reserve
  39. Prok & Fitch – Hausa
  40. Luttrell – Haunted Jungle Cruise
  41. Above & Beyond – Distorted Truth
  42. Jody Barr – Footprints of Light
  43. Paul van Dyk, Saad Ayub – Future Memories
  44. MUST DIE! – Bliss 2K
  45. ATRIP – Beat Like
  46. Formal One – Be Like Me
  47. Galaxis – Awakening
  48. Phantoms, Shaylen – Are You Up
  49. Anna Lunoe – 303
  50. Plantrae – Apex
  51. Elypsis – Dear Scorpio
  52. Feed Me, Lindsay – Defiant
  53. Kieran Apter & Leon Power – Closer
  54. 16BL – Vette
  55. Sublab Mads – In My Blood
  56. ekali & 1788-L – R U I N
  57. Craig Connelly, Megan McDuffee – Lights Around The World
  58. Ben Gold, Sivan – Stay (Sneijder Remix)
  59. Shyun & Cruk – Tempest
  60. UMEK – Total Invasion

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