Welcome back to Word of Mouth, where we bring you the hottest dance music tunes released this week. Get ready to unwind with some fresh tracks from your favorite artists.
SLANDER & Bret James - Slow Motion
SLANDER's diverse production ability seems to be endless, as they've consistently impressed with heavy tunes like "Welcome to the Fire" and "I Can't Escape" as well as emotional bangers like "Happy Now" and "Superhuman". This time around, they've teamed up with Bret James for "Slow Motion": another feels-churning tune that's certain to be a hit.
Sikdope & Atrip - Badder feat. Virus Syndicate
Sikdope knows how to make an anthem. His tunes "Snakes" and "My House"has quickly circled the globe, having been played all over by huge names including Jauz and DJ Snake. With "Badder", Sikdope and Atrip have enlisted UK-based Virus Syndicate to add some grime to the dancefloor weapon.
Carl Cox, Charlotte de Witte, More Headliners Revealed for Ultra's First-Ever RESISTANCE Club Residency
RESISTANCE will set up camp in the heart of Miami at M2 for the underground concept's first club residency outside of Ibiza.
Guy Fieri Is Hosting a Free Music Festival Experience With Diplo
For Super Bowl LVII, Fieri is welcoming a new subset of customers to Flavortown: ravers.
A Hair Salon In Amsterdam Has Been Turned Into an After Hours LGBTQ "Safe Space"
"It is sad that this is needed but there have been incidents that have made people feel unsafe."
Duke & Jones - Final Goodbye feat. Aviella Winder
After blowing us away with their flip of DISKORD's "Want U", Duke & Jones are back with another banger via Circus Records. The jam features the entrancing vocals of Aviella Winder. "Final Goodbye" is a trip, taking the listener through Winder's tale into Duke & Jones bass-heavy drop.
Prismo - Breathe
Prismo returns with an emotional tune that we can't get enough of. The Texas-born DJ/producer has made waves in a short amount of time, playing at high profile clubs and festivals all over his home state. "Breathe" is the perfect blend of Prismo's own vocals atop a future bass jam. At 21 years old, Prismo is set to have a successful career. We can't wait to see what's next for the young talent.