Electronic music is often deemed as the gateway to the soul. With deep synths, moving rhythms, and often lyrics that hit home, electronic music is definitely touching many hearts. Take a look at the compiled list of new electronic music you should add to your list.
Mersiv – “What You Want”
As his final pre-album release of 2021, the record contains three roaring tracks in collaboration with Oakland duo Smoakland, offering a perfect blend of dubstep with Mersiv’s dark and loud style of bass music.
Dontmesswithjuan – Juan & The Pursuit of Happiness
A new concept of electronic music, Dontmesswithjuan debuted their first album. Her conceptual album explores how human beings deal with the concept of purpose. Her fictional character Juan goes in search of happiness, this eternal human quest.
Rome In Silver – Makeshift Moon
Rome in Silver‘s distinct sonic identity shines in the new EP, Makeshift Moon. Known for his vibrant, versatile, and forward-thinking sound, Rome In Silver is without a doubt one of the most exciting emerging names in dance music.
Wreckno – PANSY
Wreckno‘s stunning debut EP, PANSY, has arrived. PANSY wonderfully illustrates the essence of Wreckno in full—at times deep and pensive, but always unapologetic and overtly sexual.
Gorgon City – “Dreams”
“Dreams” marks the eighth single from Gorgon City’s album Olympia, which is due out this Friday, June 25th. The record will feature an array of collaborations with artists such as DRAMA, SOFI TUKKER, Hayden James, and Hayley May, among others.
Michael Roman – “Pushing Me Back”
Michael Roman drops a melodic vocal-driven track, “Pushing Me Back.” Integrating the sensual vocals with his electronic production style, he seamlessly executed his new single.
NERVO – “Basement”
The new track by NERVO tells a playful story about having a rendezvous in a basement. A pulsating bassline, brisk hi-hats, and jaunty piano keys make up the house beat, while the record’s soulful vocals tie everything together.
KASKADE – New James Dean
KASKADE has a new single titled “New James Dean.”With thick kick drums and a thumping bassline, the groovy beat combines jazzy chords and the dreamy vocals of Tishmal for a sublime and breezy tune.
Pendulum – Elemental
Listen to Pendulum’s Elemental” EP, their first body of work in over a decade.
Louis The Child – Encinitas
Primed for a summer road trip on California’s Pacific Coast Highway, “Encinitas” by Louis The Child, moves seamlessly between bubbly synth lines, grungy interplays of bass and percussion, and Goth Babe’s dreamy vocals.