Music from Wulf, Jay Hardway, Roxeanne Hazes, Friendly Fire, Martin Garrix & Bonn, and Headie One.

Our playlist got replenished with some new musical heat! This week consisting of 90’s influenced hiphop, vibrant electronics, and indiepop. Check out the updated ‘Tracks Of The Week’ playlist


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ANYONE OUT THERE - WULF


Lieve Albertsma a.k.a Wulf steps out of the shadow of being a vocalist for songs and releases yet another one of his own songs!

Ingredients: The empowering percussion, combined with anthemic backing vocals.


Earcatcher: The anthemic chorus has a strengthening feel that empowers everyone that’s listening to it.


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OFFLINE - FRIENDLY FIRE

Friendly Fire delivers a groovy disco song with their newest release: “Offline”. 



Ingredients: The song is stacked with groovy baselines, poppy synths, and festive trumpets.

Earcatcher: The verses leading up to a festive chorus where all the songs elements come together to make “Offline” a real dance banger.

COUNTING SHEEP - JAY HARDWAY


Jay Hardway releases another vibrant track that hypnotizes any crowd!



Ingredients: Electronic bleeps, melodic synth pads, and a groovy backline.


Earcatcher: The song has a vibrant line of electronic sounds that gives the song just that extra bit of a kick.


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HOME - MARTIN GARRIX, BONN

With this punk-influenced EDM track, Martin Garrix adds another song to the list of many different styles he has been producing lately.

Ingredients: Crunchy guitar chords, distorted electronic synths, big bass drum kicks.


Earcatcher: The song starts off as a punk-influenced Nirvana song, setting the tone leading up to an explosion of electric energy at the choruses.

MAMA WAS EEN KLOOTZAK - ROXEANNE HAZES

Roxeanne Hazes pays tribute to motherhood and her firstborn son with "Mama was an asshole".


Ingredients: The retro synth melodies and basslines are being accompanied with poppy singalong vocals.

Earcatcher: The infectious combination or retro and pop are climaxing during the chorus with a whirlwind of poppy vocals and anthemic melodies.

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BOTH - HEADIE ONE


Headie One prepares his audience for this upcoming album with this grimey and bass-heavy Hip-Hop banger.


Ingredients: Thick bass kicks and melodic guitar playing.



Earcatcher: Headie One’s song is built around the sample of Ultra Nate’s 1997 house hit song “Free”, giving 90’s House a new meaning.