We dug through our submission page to highlight some tracks that you should take the time to listen to! Thanks to all the incredibly talented artists who submitted and continue to do so, EDMTunes is bringing you a curated list. Our team is set on providing producers a platform to have their art showcased. This is part 3 of our ongoing series, so feel free to submit your own tracks through our portal here!
JURGAZ & QV!N – Put Em Up
First up, JURGAZ & QV!N delivered a staggering monolith bass track on ‘Put Em Up‘. Within, the exciting build-up leaves us with a gargantuan wide bass tone alongside the deep kick. It has all the makings of a fiery trap and bass hybrid that’s perfect for any stage. There’s no doubting the talent of these producers, and we’ll surely be seeing their names rise up in rank anytime soon.
Menna – Show Me Your Love
Menna forms an elegant fusion between piano-led house and pop vocals on his release, ‘Show Me Your Love‘. The energy throughout the track maintains through lush grooves and soft airy synth plucks leading us on melodically. Furthermore, the second bridge features bright guitar chords that comfortably sit within the mix.
Sam Parker – Blue Skies (feat. Sam Ellwood)
Taking us on a warm and vibrant journey, Sam Parker released ‘Blue Skies‘ and it features Sam Ellwood. Instrumentally, cozy pads play alongside softened piano chords. From there, light percussion join with a deep powerful kick following during the chorus. On the vocal front, Sam’s airy, free-flowing, and breathy vocals bring all the elements together, leaving us a memorable track.
Kennedy One – Calling You (Nick Warren & Nicolas Rada remix)
Nick Warren and Nicolas Rada come together to produce a remix of ‘Calling You‘ by Kennedy One. Within, each producer’s distinct sound is championed, giving plenty of room for a healthy merger. Throughout, the tepid synth work forms a hypnotic element that works wonders alongside the consistent drum groove. Additionally, the release comes to us via avanti (Black Hole Recordings).
Andreas Stone – Hungry Heart
‘Hungry Heart‘ by Andreas Stone is electro-pop in every manner. It brings together catchy vocal melodies with plucks, soon joined by a kick. From there, the bridge highlights singing as piano chords play along, until the synths take us to a riser. For the chorus, Andreas opted for a soft lead that brings about a gleeful brightness. The track is clearly inspired by a grouping of genres in which the producer plucked away particular elements.
Boye & Sigvardt, Kiesza – The Feelings
Bringing together their talents, Boye & Sigvardt team up with Kiesza to unveil ‘The Feelings‘. It quickly jumps into the meat of things, giving us Kiesza’s singing upfront while the production lifts it up. Throughout, the ear-worm nature of the track can’t be escaped, filled to the brim with infectious melodies. That’s not all, since the dance groove at the chorus provides movement, rich with synth-work. Nonetheless, Kiesza’s powerful voice takes the track to the absolute next level.
Adellic – Talise
Lastly, Adellic takes notes from deep and G house, pitting them in the producer’s fashion on ‘Talise‘. Banging kicks and bass color the track while the percussion carries its weight. Throughout, Adellic constantly switches things up by taking us from one point to another while maintaining the headline production aspects.
We’d like to take this time to thank everyone who submitted! Keep your eyes peeled on this series, as there’s a lot more to come, and many more artists to highlight.