A fresh week means fresh new tracks! Cop a spin of the newly added tunes on our playlist to perk up your day.

Lucas and Steve – Say Something

Dutch DJ duo, Lucas and Steve, have FINALLY released their anticipated new track. ‘Say Something’ takes a more mellow approach compared to their usual traditional house music, with their summertime beats laying the bed for tranquil female vocals. After their breakthrough year in 2016 with their tune ‘Summer On You’ that went platinum in The Netherlands, the pair won’t be slowing down anytime soon. They were featured in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJ poll again in 2018 after playing at Tomorrowland and contributing to a plethora of collaborations. Kudos to you, Lucas and Steve!

Say Something ☎️

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M-22 – White Lies

If you haven’t heard about the British/German production dream team M-22, then you are totally missing out. The pair met on the 22nd of March (hence the reason for their name) and have been creating killer dance tracks ever since. They even produced their very first single on the day they met. Now that’s some serious efficiency! ‘White Lies’ is their new absolute floor-filler, and after they’ve produced remixes for Avicii, Axwell & Ingrosso and Sam Feldt, it’s easy to see where their influence stems from. Some other great tracks include ‘First Time’ and ‘How Does It Feel’. Give them a listen and appreciate their raw producing talent!

Motez Feat. Kwaye – Steady Motion

Adelaide’s very own DJ, Motez, has teamed up with Zimbabwean singer Kwaye for this groovy beat. Motez described the song, saying it’s about “getting lost in work” and “being on the road and being alone”. The vocals from Kwaye are angelic and suit the building beat perfectly. Motez has made Adelaide proud with this track, that’s for sure.

Weiss – Feel My Needs

London DJ, Weiss (not to be confused with those delicious Weis ice-cream bars), has been perfecting his craft in the commercial dance music scene recently. He was nominated in 2016 for DJ Mag’s Best of British Awards for Best Breakthrough DJ, and has been working behind the scene in production for years before he put his own name to his music. Weiss’ new song, ‘Feel My Needs’ shows that the hype around him is for a good reason. The piano riffs and stellar vocals will have this tune bouncing in my brain for the rest of the week, and I’m not complaining.

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