If you’re looking for the top dance releases of the week then look no further! We have a nice roundup coming your way from smooth drops to addicting melodies. Unwind and get ready to be lost in talented vocals and mesmerizing lyrics— this is Snap, Crackle, Pop!
Conro – All Eyes On Me
Kicking us off this week is the Monstercat legend Conro with his latest release “All Eyes On Me”. This dance artist is surely one that has been leaving a serious mark lately in electronic music and hard to miss with his music being found virtually everywhere. This time around though, the rising star offers us a more chill tune with unforgettable lyrics and one smooth drop.
Seven Lions, SLANDER, & Dabin – First Time (feat. Dylan Matthew)
If you want to talk about one all-star team it would be Seven Lions, SLANDER, & Dabin teaming up for one infectious release. “First Time” is exactly what you’d expect from Seven Lions, which includes a mesmerizing atmosphere with an emotional drop loaded with crisp chords. You can also find Dylan Matthew delivering one flawless top line on the tune as well to help polish this record into a mandatory listen.
Crystal Knives – Mannequin EP
Crystal Knives is here and with the notorious Elysian Records to present his two-track EP Mannequin. Each track on this album will present his unique sound from “Mannequin” to “Don’t”. You can also find the vocals of Jonah Baker and Casey Cook blessing these tracks with their hypnotizing vocal hooks and silky voices as well!
Staygold – All I Do
“All I Do” is the latest release from the newer artist Staygold. As he quickly whips up the totem pole of notoriety, you’ll be seeing his name around more and more as we head into the new year soon. So dive in and hit play to be thrown into a world of good vibes and pleasing elements.
North Elements – It’s Always Been ~ You (feat. Ayelle)
Closing us out this week is North Elements with “It’s Always Been ~ You”. This more mellow and down-tempo tune will set the mood right as you relax and melt into the night. If anything is certain, it’s that this Australian act sure knows how to impress with creamy vocals and solid chord choices.
Photo courtesy of Crystal Knives’ Facebook