Five new electronic music drops this week

Including the latest from Alesso and Kaskade.

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Every week, we choose the latest electronic releases that you should know about. Here are five of our favourites:

With You by Kaskade, Meghan Trainor

Kaskade has teamed up with Meghan Trainor for a brand-new release, With You. On the track, the house DJ blends groovy beats and bouncy synths with the pop star’s soulful vocals. The song is the latest in a string of collabs from Kaskade, such as Be The One with Cheat Codes and the Gorgon City-assisted Go Slow.

Sad Song by Alesso, Tini

Swedish DJ Alesso has united with Argentine actress-singer Tini for the summer anthem, Sad Song. The groovy, laid-back tune features electric guitar chords, crisp snares and a mellow beat. The track is the latest in a string of singles releases from Alesso, following Tilted Flowers and Remedy.

Claustro and State Forest by Burial

London producer Burial—real name William Emmanuel Bevan—is back with two new tracks, Claustro and State Forest. The former is a dancefloor burner with chopped and looped vocal samples, while the latter is atmospheric with ambient noise and soft synth stabs.

Northern Lights by Hermitude, Soaky Siren, Vory

Australian electronic duo Hermitude have released their latest single, Northern Lights, featuring vocals from songwriter Soaky Siren and singer-rapper Vory. The song opens out with a call-and-response verse from the singers, before a notable drop leads into the bass- and synth-heavy chorus.

One Thing Right by Marshmello, Kane Brown

EDM producer Marshmello has enlisted young country star Kane Brown for his latest release, One Thing Right. Savour its country-fried chorus with its mournful pedal steel twang.

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