You don’t need us to remind you that Holland is looking pretty stellar as far as its contributions to the dance music industry are concerned. Maybe it was something in the water, but even the kids are giving its fair share of veterans a run for their money. Returning to Spinnin’ Records, Dutch youngsters Martin Garrix and TV Noise combine forces for ‘Just Some Loops’. Turning their heads for the heavier side of dance music yet again, ‘Just Some Loops’ sees the trio showcase a mixture of wobbly electro house and melodic interludes.

Out May 31st.

Set to appear on the upcoming volume three of Tiësto’s Club Life compilation series, Baggi Begovic joins forces with Tab for the release of ‘Compromise’ through Musical Freedom Records. Proving a far gentler canvas than that of his remix duties for Rita Ora earlier this year, ‘Compromise’ emerges as an infectious mark of vocally charged progressive play for the summer season. Sweeping an uplifting array of synths alongside Tab’s catchy topline, Begovic’s melodic substance make for a solid release from the Dutch producer under the watchful gaze of the globe’s definitive dance icon.

Out today on Beatport.

Following in the footsteps of deep house mongers Hot Natured, New York City-based duo Alex Pall and Drew Taggart, better known under the alias of The Chainsmokers, take their turn at remixing a single off of Phoenix’s latest studio album, ‘Bankrupt’. Harbouring the same emotive resonance as previous works of theirs, the duo pit Thomas Mars’ renowned vocal stylings against an array of bubbly lead play. Packed with good-time vibes and warm melodic play, The Chainsmokers’ take on ‘Trying To Be Cool’ could not have played out much smoother.

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Finland’s new kid on the block Anton Sonin, also known as Lovetone, may not posses the hallmarks of a household name just yet, but his indefinite explosion to life comes with perceptive force. Joining the ranks of Dutch imprint Flamingo Recordings, his latest efforts may well be the tipping point for this young and restless producer from the Baltic shores. Rallying a very Fedde Le Grand-esque sound of sweeping properties and rising sirens, Sonin would struggle to create a more promising first release on the label than ‘Detonate’.

Out May 20th.

After several consecutive remixes, German brotherly duo Inpetto return to the original production front with their third release for Sander van Doorn’s Doorn Records imprint. In a similar manner as previous releases for the label, ‘Girls & Boys’ sees the duo delicately layer uplifting synth work and progressive chord play alongside an infectious rerunning top line. Despite the significant resurgence of perky peak timers that always do the rounds for the summer season, Inpetto prove a sever cut above the mark with yet another quality production in the name of fine German dance music.

Out June 17th.

Still riding on the remnants of his highly-successful debut studio album ‘Clarity’, Germany’s Anton Zaslavski, professionally known as Zedd, makes a long overdue return to the remix circuit with his take on the first single from Empire Of The Sun’s upcoming album, joining M4SONIC on the official remix package for ‘Alive’. Utilizing the original track’s standout vocal assets, the German producer injects a thorough dose of persistent misshapen and bleepy chord play to the equation.

Slated for release May 21st.

With the summer season nearly upon us, Switzerland-based Enormous Tunes continues to crank out quality songs, welcoming back mysterious deep house monger and label regular Calippo to the imprint with the release of ‘Turn Away’. Packed with the same hypnotic ambience and melodically refined elements that have characterized his slow yet steady ascent up the deep house foodchain, ‘Turn Away’ sees Calippo pair a deep and melodic instrumental with a seductive, rerunning vocal line, aptly released just as the Ibiza season is about to kick off.

Out now on Beatport.

With his remix of OneRepublic’s ‘Feel Again’ still in the pipeline awaiting an official release, French Touch extraordinaire Fred Falke is back on remix duty, taking on the latest single from the Nervo sisters, titled ‘Hold On’. Utilizing Mim and Liv’s intimate vocal stylings with elegant melodic turns throughout, Falke replaces the high-energy stylings of the original with a slick display of his signature feel-good synth work.

Out today on Beatport.

In anticipation of ‘The Bastards Have Landed’ with Swedish peers F.O.O.L to release, mohawk-rocking wobble master Albin Myers makes an overdue return to his own Soundtrack Of The Living Dead imprint with the label’s third release in the form of ‘Grindhouse’. Leaping between bleepy interludes, acid-esque segments and ‘dry’ drops of exemplary Albin Myers mannerisms, ‘Grindhouse’ makes for a sound inaugural release of 2013 for the elusive Swede.

Out today on Beatport.

With ‘The Code’ alongside Ummet Ozcan still doing the rounds, Dutch duo Willem van Hanegem and Ward van der Harst, professionally known as W&W, return with a preview of their follow-up single, aptly titled ‘Thunder’. Extending on the magic of said Revealed Recordings release and already seeing plays from the likes of Hardwell, ‘Thunder’ hits the nail on the head where festival-friendly music is concerned and continues the duo’s spree of high-octane releases suited for a big venue setting.

Out May 20th.

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