Check out this brand new single from the NFT-fueled record label Purple Fly. “Bad Girl” is out now and It comes from European artists Klaas (German), Chris Burke (British), and Audiosonik (Italian). It’s just the hype track to kick off your week!

Brazilian dance music talent Slow Motion has remixed Dwson’s 2018 single ‘Forbidden’, making its way to all streaming services on Friday, August 6th.

Bursting into life with vibrant percussion and a grooving four-to-the-floor beat, Slow Motion offers a high-energy rework of ‘Forbidden’ that’s custom-made for the dance floor, with the original having racked up 1.5 million Spotify streams to date. Brimming in the artists signature energy and his Brazilian touch, the song forecasts a bright future for Slow Motion.

Drones have released a new video for their track “Please Vacate The Planet.” The band says, “‘Please Vacate The Planet’ is about the devastating impact humans have on Earth. We are like leeches sucking the life from the planet. We build and destroy, consume and discard so rapidly that it’s impossible for the rest of Earth’s life to remain intact.”

getbent. is a post-emo rock group based out of Casper, Wyoming, USA. Formed in 2017 by David Johnson and former member Kase Clark, getbent. consist of heavy-driven rhythms, melodic leads, and an influence of heavy alternative music.

Creating an atmosphere of pure nostalgia, Canadian producer DLMT is back with a VIP rendition of his track “Don’tWannaWait”, bringing his piano-house and feel good bass line production to life, with that right stripped-back energy for the clubs.

DLMT presses forward with a brand new VIP dub cut of his latest single, “Don’t Wanna Wait.” Operating at a lower frequency, the song builds a powerful rhythm, with a dark coursing bass line throughout. Contrasting the original mix’s UK piano house approach, this VIP mix functions to dirty the production and instantly raise the atmosphere.

DJ/producer David Solomon teams up with writing and production team SMBDY for the summertime groove, “Dreaming.” Crafted with rich, upbeat dance-pop production and anthemic vocals reminiscent of Coldplay, “Dreaming” arrives on the back of David Solomon and GRAMMY Award-winning singer/ songwriter Ryan Tedder’s early-summer smash “Learn To Love Me” and Solomon’s first original production of 2021, “Cross Your Mind.”

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