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“Petra” - Bedouin

After a jaw-dropping hybrid set at Al Khazneh (The Great Treasury) in Petra, Jordan—one of the seven wonders of the modern world—melodic house duo Bedouin cemented the momentous performance with a track in the city’s namesake.

Evoking mystery and awe, Bedouin’s “Petra” offers a striking parallel to the historic tomb it pays testament to.

“Balsame” - Xinobi

Turkish baglama plucks, an infectious bassline, and Arâm’s fierce vocals bring “Balsame” to life. The titular track off Xinobi’s latest album is “about healing using the metaphor of the wine as a healer,” Xinobi explains. “Although here the wine represents a quick fix for the erratic person [or] creature Arâm is giving voice to, it should represent a bigger objective: healing permanently or at least fighting for stronger solutions.”

“Drone Me Up, Flashy”(&ME Remix) - DJ Koze ft. Sophia Kennedy

If &ME’s massive remix of Guy Gerber’s “What To Do” back in 2018 was any indication, the Keinemusik producer has a flair for crafting remixes that capture the attention of DJs and fans alike.

This time around, &ME takes DJ Koze’s “Drone Me Up, Flashy” for a spin, trading the atmospheric soundscape of the original for a driving dancefloor-ready beat.

“Mafalda” (Enamour Remix) - Dirty Doering

Mystic melodies, booming bass, and peppered percussion transform Dirty Doering’s “Mafalda” into a “dancefloor roller.”

“It’s guaranteed to work out any subwoofer you throw at it,” Enamour quipped.

“Hustler” - Martin Badder, Dances With White Girls

Martin Badder blends a relentless bassline with Dances With White Girls’ distinct vocals and amusing lyricism on “Hustler.”

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“UUUU” - WhoMadeWho, Rampa

The titular track off WhoMadeWho’s upcoming album, scheduled for release at the end of May, sees the Scandinavian trio link up with Rampa for a dreamy melodic house journey.

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"We started a beat together with Rampa on a very warm day in Frank Wiedemann’s studio in Berlin," they continued. "The initial beat only took an hour to make—we also created ‘Abu Simbel’ that same day. After that, we kept making changes and never got it right, we actually skipped it, but last minute we completely reworked all synths and we wrote completely new vocals together with Kat Frankie who also added some very nice female flavor to the song. This kind of process is what makes producing music both beautiful and stressful at the same time – you never know when you hit something significant. It might take 20 minutes or it might take a year."

“It’s All Over” (Moon Kyoo Remix) - Qrion

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