6 EDM Songs For Your Playlist This Week

Music

By: / May 7, 2013

Here are the six electronic tracks that need to be on your playlist this week:

Chocolate Puma “2000 People”
Mixmash has been on top of their game this year, throwing out banger after banger that keeps the listner’s body in motion. This week it’s dance duo Chocolate Puma’s “2000 People”, which is packed with enough dance floor energy to move well over 2,000 ravers. Own it.

Cazzette “Beam Me Up”
Since Cazzette first dropped the video for their hit single “Beam Me Up” last November, it has seen over 8 million views and was only available exclusively on Spotify. Now fans and music lovers alike can finally own a copy of the body propelling track when it went on iTunes today, making a must-have on every dance-head’s music rotation. Own it.

Martin Volt & Quentin State “Shadows” featuring Rico and Miella
They may be young at heart, but Dutch duo Martin Volt & Quentin State are strong on the decks as seen in their latest festival anthem, “Shadows”. The highly addictive track is sure to be a consistent guest at this season’s concerts, so make sure it already has a place on your playlist. Own it.

MS MR “Hurricane” (Chvrches Remix)
As fast rising synthpop duo MS MR get ready for the release of their debut album, Secondhand Rapture, electro trio Chvrches lend their fun beats to the album’s first track “Hurricane”, providing an upbeat tempo and atmosphere to the original version’s dark lyrics and theme. Own it.

Gorgon City “Intentions” featuring Clean Bandit
The lounge room sounds of Gorgon City return with their latest single “Intentions”, featuring Clean Bandit and vocalist Nikki B. Already picked up as ‘Tune of the Week’ by BBC Radio 1, it’s just a matter of time before this smooth tune becomes a radio favorite on this side of the pond. Own it.

Gaudi “Why u wanna run” featuring Danny Lawda
From his forthcoming album In between times, “Why u wanna run” is the latest from Dub producer Gaudi who showcases his unique and innovative sound methods within the track’s warped synths and carefully placed vocal sampling. Own it.