New music from Nancie, Guy Sebastian, MIKA, Noisecontrollers, AURORA and Amason & Frankfurt.

The soundtrack of your workweek is here! This week consisting of Catchy Britpop, summer hardstyle, and intimate ballads. Check out the updated ‘Tracks Of The Week’ playlist!


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GET LIKES - NANCIE

Nancie can somehow do it all: sing, write, produce, and DJ. With her latest single “Get Likes” she playfully talks about social media and its consequences. The song has a nice mix of groovy house beats and wobbly basslines, which is starting to become her signature sound!


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HEADLIGHTS - NOISECONTROLLERS


Bas Oskam a.k.a. Noisecontrollers is one of Holland's most renowned hardstyle DJs and with his latest single he officially kicks off his festival summer. "Headlights" starts with an epic string arrangement and erupts with a huge chorus consisting of euphoric keys that radiate sunshine!

CHOIR - GUY SEBASTIAN

Guy Sebastian's "Choir" feels cheerful and uplifting, but is actually one of his most vulnerable songs to date. Hidden inside those cheerful piano licks and huge sing-along choirs is a deeply personal tribute to his good friend, Luke Liang, who recently passed away.


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A DIFFERENT KIND OF HUMAN - AURORA


Aurora knows just how to enchant us and take us with her into a cold yet intimate ambiance that she manages to create with her latest single "A Different Kind Of Human". Her soft voice is accompanied by a dreamy bassline, mystical percussionand an angelic background choir.

ICE CREAM - MIKA

After a 4-year hiatus, Mika is back! His new album "My Name Is Michael Holbrook" unfortunately will not be released until October, but lucky for us he has given us a sneak preview in the form of: "Ice Cream". The track starts with a glitchy intro, but quickly bursts into a bubbly bed of groovy basses and synths.

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YOU DON’T HAVE TO CALL ME - AMASON, FRANKFURT

Last month, Amason shared a slow burner in the form of "You Don't Have To Call Me". The song is a soft ballad with soulful vocals, lo-fi influencesand mesmerizing guitar melodies.