Get a recap of September's new releases with our monthly top picks playlist.

With the end of the year fast approaching, DJs and producers alike have been releasing the last of their new music. As sad as that is, at least we have three more months of exciting new releases to look forward to.

Last month in particular had a lot of new tracks from dubstep to trap and house to future bass. It was really tough to narrow it down, but among our top picks are DJ powerhouses like Steve Aoki, Don Diablo, Zedd and Armin van Buuren in addition to fan favorites like Tritonal, 3LAU, Ekali, Gryffin and Lauv.

In September, Alesso released a chilling house track called "In The Middle." He teamed up with 21 year-old rising talent SUMR CAMP, who in the spring also collaborated with Jauz on a huge track titled "Dance Floor." Continuing on that house vibe, Riton and Oliver Heldens brought us back to the '80s with their release "Turn Me On." Sampling the memorable melody from synth-pop duo Yazoo's "Don't Go," their song will no doubt be a nightclub hit. 

It was also a big month for DJ legend Tiësto. Not only did he get married to his longtime model girlfriend, he also released a mesmerizing track called "God Is A Dancer." Weaving together a story of a female god, Mabel's vocals take the lead in this feelgood song. On their collaboration, Tiësto said, "Mabel is an incredible talent, she smashed the vocal, and I cannot think of anyone else more perfect to have collaborated with on this record."

Speaking of new feelgood releases, the most upbeat song in our top picks goes to Swedish DJ duo Galantis. Their latest anthem, "Holy Water," pours the last bit of those warm summer vibes into its listeners before the cool of fall sets in fully. 

On the other hand, most DJs and producers have already embraced the lower temperatures. Elephante's dreamy melodic release "Diamond Days" is chilling in every sense. He decided to sing the song himself, and its nostalgia-filled lyrics and future bass synths will have you thinking back on old memories. 

On the topic of notable melodic producers, everyone's dream collaboration finally happened last month. Adventure Club and Said the Sky teamed up on the first of hopefully many sadboi collaborations to come. "Already Know" is the perfect blend of Said the Sky's early melodic dubstep sounds and Adventure Club's "lovestep" and sadboi sounds. 

For more awesome house, future house, future bass, trap, dubstep, electro house and electronic songs, be sure to check out the rest of our playlist.

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