Code Picks of the Week: Missy Elliott, Brodinski, Galantis & More

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Missy Elliott performs at the Alexander Wang X H&M Launch on October 16, 2014 in New York City. 

Each week, CODE curates a diverse selection of the best new tunes in dance/electronic music. Take a listen for a fitting soundtrack to your week.

Brodinski ft. Bloody Jay – US [Bromance]

On Brava's second single, Bromance's don navigates Shanghai's psychedelic playground set against a soundtrack of buzzing synths and Bloody Jay's guttural vocals.

Galantis – Gold Dust [Big Beat]

The second single off the Swedish super-duo's forthcoming full length is a lush and lovely piano ballad that escalates into a rare caliber of melodic main-stage release.

Jack Ü - Take Ü There (Missy Elliott remix)

Katy Perry's Super Bowl halftime show isn't the only thing Missy has revitalized in the past month. Her fierce flow takes Jack Ü's first single into fourth gear.

Douglas Greed – Spark (Schlepp Geist Remix) [Freude am Tanzen]

The Berlin producer puts his atmospheric imprint on Douglas Greed's original with chugging percussion, ethereal synths and heaps of reverb.

Rae Sremmurd – This Could Be Us (nosleep Remix)

Pittsburgh's nosleep gives the Mississippi hip hop duo an upbeat trap-inspired remix marked by crisp triplet hats and buoyant pitched vocal progressions.