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This Week in Dance Music: We caught Odesza’s comeback show in her hometown of Seattle, Beatport announces a new CFO, Beyoncé dropped three very excellent “Break My Soul” remixes and a dance mix/show airplay with the same track 1 hit, we talked to Kevin Evians on the drag icon’s appearance RenaissanceEmpress Off and Jim-E Stack Released a very nice video For their very classic single “Turn the Table”, Domino Records launched a new electronic imprint, legend Claude Vonströck Answered 20 Questions and Calvin Harris released his long-awaited album, Funk Wave Bounce Vol. 2,

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Bauer, “Let Me Love You”

There’s no play button we press harder and faster than a new hit from Bauer, and the hitmaker’s latest performance showcases the groovier, disco-ir side of her production prowess. “Let Me Love You” is full of summer funk and romantic sentiment. The chipmunk vocal sample is enough to make us dance in the streets, which is exactly what the guys in the official music video are doing. Directed by Leia Jospe, the clip is described in a tweet by Bauer as “a love letter to New York City <3 aka the #1 city in the world". We see the Music Man wander the Big Apple with a big boom mic in hand, capturing close-ups of real NYC characters down to their best and worst behavior. It's hilarious, and it makes you feel good—almost as good as the track's infectious hook. , cat pigtail

Kaytranada and Anderson. Pak, “Twin Flames”

In 2016, Kaytranada and Anderson. Pak collaborated on the confident song “Glod Up” for the former’s debut album, 99.9%. Since then, the two have been quite busy, from making more LPs and winning Grammys to collaborating among Bruno Mars, HER, Lucky Day, and Kendrick Lamar. Six years later, they are reunited on the new single “Twin Flames”, which according to law Has been in the vault for at least two years. ‘Twin Flame’ shows both sides at their peak: Kayatra samples a deep cut From disco’s great sister sled and some chopped vocal croon and celestial synth texture gives it an irresistibly cool lean and punch with its signature swinging drums. Meanwhile, .Pak raps to the beat like he’s gliding down Hollywood Blvd in a luxury whip, soulful and smooth as hell. “Twin Flames” is best enjoyed in music-video form, complete with statement fits and rock star appearances from both artists. , Crystal Rodriguez

baklava, anywhere with you

since appearing on BoardThe Top 10 Dance Artists list to watch earlier this year rounds out some of dance music’s most iconic and most talked-about labels, from the multi-hyphenate Bklava, FFRR and defunct sub-level D4 D4NCE to Elka’s Female Culture Is. His latest release on Danny Howard’s Nothing Else Matters label anywhere with you, a double-single with catchy vocals and the sounds of UK club culture. On the title track, Bklava delivers sweet, loving vocals with anthemic force on house rhythms pumped with high-speed percussion and pure adrenaline. The B-side, “Hide”, sounds and feels like the polar opposite. It’s slow, deep, dark UK garage with groaning bass, fast block hits and an ominously rumble in the background, while Baklava cries out: “Baby, it’s too late… you don’t know what you got Until it’s gone.” These two songs, with their totally different mood, prove that this budding artist is getting better with every release. , KR

DJ E-Clips feat. Tasha Lare, “Celebrate”

DJ E-Clips returns with a sultry summer jam that perfectly evokes its Titanic Celebration vibe. An upbeat pop/dance hybrid with a hint of R&B, “Celebrate” features the Indiana-based producer on vocals that shows plenty of reasons to celebrate this wonderful day – COVID won’t get you away, BBQ are happening, the sun is out, etc. “Celebrate” follows the recently released “Love Quake” e-clips — via Green Velvet’s Casual Records — and has already been washed away by heroes like MK, Louis Vega and the Blessed Madonna, who are really celebrating. A reason to celebrate. , Katie Benny

Bridgian, “Take a Trip”

Let’s take a trip to outer space, where the cocktail lounge is decorated with fuzzy sofas and everyone still dresses like 1960s retro-futurists. If we can’t escape the pull of gravity to escape Earth’s orbit, the next best thing is a jam session for Bridgian’s latest single, “Take a Trip.” It’s a smooth disco drip served over ice, and it is one of nine tracks on the latest EP from the delightful musical duo (LA-based Bridgian Murphy and Doug Stuart). angelo, now on Ghostly International. , Of. beino

NGHTMRE, “test”

Who says the golden age of trap is over? The always consistent NGHTMRE score with the big AF “Trial” in collaboration with Baltimore rapper/producer/director IDK is again shrouded in high hats and hits hard with style and grandeur. This track is from NGHTMRE’s upcoming LP . is the third single DRMVRSE!, Ready for release on 9th September. “The instrumentation for ‘Trial’ is something I actually wrote about a while back,” says the producer. “It took me a long time to find someone who I felt could match the energy of the record. Once I heard IDK’s music for the first time, I knew he would be amazing at that. He’s not only a What an impressive songwriter, but also an incredible singer/singer. He really put the whole vibe on it!” , Of. banno

Dj Tennis & Aashi feat. Lady Donnelly, “On My Own Now”

Circoloco Records, the imprint of the Techno Party brand currently enthralling the masses in Ibiza this summer, strikes again with this slinky heater from legend DJ Tennis and producer Ashi. Together the two form an increasingly urgent production, upon which Nigerian singer Lady Donnelly emits a smooth, brisk flow, she says, “to finally be able to move on from a failed relationship and embrace solitude.” You’ll really be nodding yourself with your eyes closed for this pure late night vibes Deep House jam. While the release features a more compact 3:48-minute edit, it’s the six-minute extended version that we’re feeling the most—because more of a good thing is never a bad thing. , Of. banno

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