Code Picks of the Week: deadmau5, Sander Kleinenberg, Ali Love & More

Deadma5 performs at the Ultra Music Festival on March 23, 2013 in Miami, Florida.

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Each Friday, CODE curates a diverse selection of the most noteworthy new tunes in dance music. Take a listen for a fitting soundtrack to your weekend.

Sander Kleinenberg,"We-R-Superstars" [Spinnin']

The Dutch dance star completes his comeback this week with the release of his infectious disco-inspired single.

deadmau5, "Carbon Cookie"

deadmau5 has never shied from skewering the commercial dance music construct, and this hilarious big room parody track marks his latest statement on the genre's staleness.

Ali Love, "Deep Into the Night" [Crosstown Rebels]

The Hot Natured singer's lead single off his first full length album on Crosstown Rebels is a smooth and soulful affair with funky bass grooves and dueling vocal harmonies.

ODESZA ft. Monsoonsiren, "Memories That You Call" [Counter/ Ninja Tune]

The Seattle outfit turns in a nuanced new downtempo original with a stuttered kick drum and reverbed vocal snippets against a serene melodic backdrop.

David Gtronic & Chad Andrew, "Zero" [Yoruba Grooves]

Two Berlin transplants and members of tINI's gang team up on a percussive deep tech cut that features sporadic hi-hats atop a lurking sub bass.