Code Picks of the Week: Zedd, Nicolas Jaar, Howling and More

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DJ Zedd attends a celebration of the 57th annual GRAMMY Awards hosted by Delta Air Lines, the official airline of the GRAMMY Awards, with a private performance from Charli XCX on Feb. 5, 2015 in West Hollywood, California.  

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 weekend.

Zedd ft. Selena Gomez – "I Want You to Know" [Interscope]

Zedd and Gomez have made more headlines for their budding romance than their musical collaboration, but the sonic result of their sessions is undeniably infectious ear candy.

Florence + The Machine – "What Kind of Man (Nicolas Jaar Remix)"

One of electronic music's most unconventional minds gives Florence + the Machine's original a trippy 12-minute makeover as only he can.

Howling – "Signs" [Monkeytown & Counter Records]

The first single from Ry X and Âme's Frank Wiedemann's debut album is a haunting piano ballad with lamenting vocals and masterfully minimal percussion.

Shiba San – "Planet Floor" [dirtybird]

Dirtybird's favorite Frenchman delivers a smooth house groover on his latest EP's title track.

Woo York – "The Valley of Songs" [Life and Death]

The Ukrainian duo debut with an atmospheric five track offering on the Italian imprint's first release of the year.


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