Avicii releases HQ versions of “Can’t Catch Me” & “Broken Arrows”

After hearing Avicii reveal new tracks off Stories in his Ultra and recent XS sets, he dropped some better (but still tagged) cuts via YouTube. The collaboration with Zac Brown Band, “Broken Arrows” features an uplifting melody with a downright groovy synth line. Coming as no surprise, “Can’t Catch Me” embodies a laid-back, guitar-driven feel as would be expected when reggae superstars Matisyahu & Wyclef Jean hit the studio.

Audien feat. Lady Antebellum – Something Better

Country and EDM have been flirting over the past few years and it’s tunes like this that create a fruitful marriage. Avicii took the country/folk route with tracks like “Hey Brother” & “Wake Me Up” off of True and we’ve seen countless crossovers since. Lady Antebellum burst on the scene in 2010 when their LP, Need You Now, took home a Grammy for best country album. Audien and the Nashville trio join forces for what will surely be a 2015 summer anthem.

Check it out on Spotify

Brika – Options (Sam Feldt Remix)

Just when you thought Sam Feldt couldn’t produce something better, he outdoes himself. Each song is a personal challenge to one-up himself. He plants the seeds of a gorgeous piano-laced melody over Brika’s “Options”; the product truly embodies the verb “blossoming” (if we’re sticking to the whole ‘planting’ theme”). As I nurse the annual 5th of July hangover, this is the only sound I want hitting my ear drums.

Luke Shay – Up & Away Ft. Jeremy William (Henry Land Remix)

Henry Land first appeared on KFT’s radar with his UNBELIEVABLE remix of “Firestone.” The 22 year old used to comprise 1/2 of Laguun with none other than fellow Norwegian, Tom Lagergren (Matoma). His “Up And Away” remix is top-notch stuff that’ll have you jammin’ for days. This guy’s Soundcloud is loaded with great tunes so check it out if you dig his new remix.

Download | Luke Shay – Up & Away (Henry Land Remix)

ALMOND & Delamare Team Up for Summer Feel-Good Jaymes Young Remix

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ALMOND has released progressive, he’s done electro, he’s gone future bass, and trap, and he even brought the funk in his latest nu disco remix. This time around, he takes EVERYTHING you know about ALMOND and flips it on his head with this tropical remix of Jaymes Young’s “What Should I Do.” He teams up with bay area talent, Delamare, and the result is a glorious summer beach track that’ll have you just looking for the drink to pair it with. Enjoy the free download below!
What Should I Do (Delamare & ALMOND Remix): Download
 

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