The Hottest Unreleased Tracks Of Ultra Music Festival 2016


 Tonja Holma – Bern

We might as well start the list off with Eric Prydz because even after releasing 4 EPs and a double album since his 2015 set. he still packed some monstrous unreleased tracks into his performance. Sorry Bernie, but this is the only “Bern” this writer is feeling and it has everything to do with Eric’s 4th mysterious alias. Rumored to be named after Eric’s mother, Tonja Holma promises to become a little less mysterious in 2016.

Cirez D – Century Of The Mouse

This dark and dirty techno masterpiece first started making the rounds during Eric’s EPIC 4.0 tour and after deadmau5 threw down a techno set, Eric simply couldn’t hold this one back.

Cirez D – In the Reds

It might be the Century of the Mouse but last week was also the week of Cirez D. By this point in Eric’s set, ASOT stood for A State of Tech and everybody was getting down.

Eric Prydz – Exchange Finale ID

Rounding out the Eric ID list is one of his most beautiful progressive anthems in recent memory. This track has a slow melodic build into a sound that evokes an 80s era love ballad that will have your heart swelling with joy. We won’t blame you if you shed a tear. If there was one moment you had to witness on Ultra Sunday, it was this track in the megastructure.

Deadmau5 – Imaginary Friends

Did you even realize this track hasn’t been released? It’s readily available on Joel’s SoundCloud and it’s become a mainstay in his sets recently. When you hear it you’ll know why as this track grabs everyone’s attention and then turns the room on its head with a blast of energy.

Super8 & Tab – Mega (originally thought to be Armin van Buuren x MaRLo)

Armin van Buuren always loves to do collaborations with rising talent that he’s grooming, and although this one was rumored to be a collab with MaRLo we’re not quite sure. Either way this track made appearances all over Miami last week.

Hardwell – Wake Up Call

After dabbling in hardstyle many times over the years, Robbert is finally producing his own full-out hardstyle track. This one packs a major wallop and will surely keep its place as his set closer for many months to come.

Knife Party & Atlas Underground – Battle Sirens

The oft rumored Knife Party and Tom Morello collab is finally coming and now we know it’s part of the new Atlas Underground Project. This was an absolutely bonkers way to kick off the Pendulum reunion show at Ultra Music Festival.

Snails & Space Laces – ID

This track has been making the rounds lately, being played out by Getter, Skrillex, and of course Snails himself. There’s no denying that this is a Snails ID once you hear that vomitey breakdown, but this once is much groovier than we’re used to from Snails.

Avicii & Martin Garrix – Hold On Never Leave

While Martin Garrix collabs with everybody, it’s become quite rare to see the Swede share an artist credit with anybody. Lately everything Avicii touches turns to gold, so hopes are sky high for this one.

Martin Garrix Ft. Bebe Rexha – In Name of Love

The ever so talked about future bass style track coming from Martin Garrix. People have speculated this track is collaboration with the mysterious Marshmello, but could it be someone else? Only time will tell.