Code Picks: Black Coffee, Kill the Noise, Guy J & More

Every few days, CODE curates a diverse selection of the most noteworthy new tunes in dance music. Take a listen for a fitting soundtrack to your week.

Black Coffee, "ORIGINS"

Resident Advisor's latest short film offers a captivating look at how South Africa's most popular DJ overcame adversity to achieve his dream.

Feed Me & Kill the Noise, "Far Away" Pulling a Pink Floyd by employing the vocals of British schoolchildren, the two mau5trap staples show off their studio skills on this catchy, deceptively simple collaboration.

Sven Väth, "L'esperanza" (Âme Reinterpretation) [Cocoon] It's always an event when Sven Väth releases on his seminal Cocoon imprint, and he wisely employed talented German duo Âme to lend their mellow melodies and atmospheric touch to his work.

Guy J, "Once in a Blue Moon" [Bedrock] One of progressive house's brightest hopes arrives on one of its most decorated veterans' imprints. The title track off Guy J's EP on John Digweed's Bedrock Records is simply sublime.

Dimond Saints, "Torches" The latest single off the Bay Area super duo's Hunter Moon EP is an easygoing number with minimal percussive interplay and a soaring choral break.