CODE Picks of the Week: Flume, Howling, Netsky & More
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.
Arcade Fire, “Afterlife” (Flume Remix)
Sydney native Flume continues to demonstrate why he’s one of dance music’s most exciting talents with a sprawling and sophisticated reinterpretation of Arcade fire's second Reflektor single.
Howling, “Smells Like Teen Spirit” [Monkeytown Records]
Âme’s Frank Wiedemann and RY X left all in attendance spellbound with this tortured and transcendental Nirvana cover at notorious Berlin club Berghain’s Panorama Bar last night.
Dyro, “Wolv” [WOLV]
After rising to prominence on Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings, the Dutch artist strikes off to christen his own label with a dynamic production that combines big room, electro and (believe it or not) acid techno influences.
Netsky ft. Beth Ditto, “Running Low” [Sony]
The Belgian producer pairs soulful vocals that would feel at home in vintage house with burgeoning drum and bass rhythms on this mature forthcoming single.
Clarian ft. Jess Cardinal, “Mirror of the Sun” [Soft Touch Records]
The inaugural release on Seth Troxler’s eclectic new imprint is a dreamy vocal number that builds into an unexpected but entirely welcome and rollicking funkfest by the second minute.