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Weekly Rising Talent: Slap Pack Vol. 15

Weekly Rising Talent: Slap Pack Vol. 15

Posted on by Nelie D in Deep House, Electro House, Future, Future Bass, Future House, House, Nu Disco, Progressive House, Slap Pack, Tech House, Tropical House |

Here we are again with this week’s Weekly Rising Talent: Slap Pack series, wherein we feature the top tracks that captured our full attention and clearly stood out amongst all the other songs, which we have received and reviewed over the course of the week. For our 15th volume, we’ve got some pretty interesting house tracks in our arsenal just for you guys.

So, lets get right to it. Here are the top songs (in no particular order) that made the cut in this week’s Slap Pack Vol. 15:

Kids Want Techno got the tropical vibes rolling with their latest original mix called, “Breathe” Feat. Luzana Flores and was just recently released by Melodic Sounds. A fun sounding track that can definitely warm you up inside and make you wish for summer to come as soon as possible.

Kids Want Techno – “Breathe” Feat. Luzana Flores | Download |

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Kaizer takes on Evanescence’s “Bring Me To Life” and gives it a major rework. I like how he kept the essence of the original while still made it his own. The vocals fits perfectly over the synth work and overall solid production that can surely get you all pumped up in no time.

Kaizer – Evanescence’s “Bring Me To Life” (Bootleg) | Download |

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Zakii went in a completely new direction with his latest prodution, a remix of Sia’s hit song, “Elastic Heart” Feat. The Weeknd & Diplo. An expressive take on the original that will surely resonate pretty well with anyone who gets a chance to listen to it. Certainly an interesting vibe to let yourself just be fully engulfed in once in a while.

Zakii – Sia’s “Elastic Heart” Feat. The Weeknd & Diplo (Remix) | Download |

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Callie Reiff gives Neon Hitch’s “Some Like It Hot” a pretty dope new energy, which really got me all grooved up in an instant. The simple progression that she let the tune take is on point. Overall, the clean and seamless flow of energy really tightens the whole feel of the production.

Callie Reiff – Neon Hitch’s “Some Like It Hot” (Remix) | Download |

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MAD KINGZ got the grooves going right from the get go with their latest production, a club mix of their hit original song, “Wanderlust” Feat. Mark Tarmonea. It features some catchy piano chords, a kicking bassline and LSS inducing vocals that will surely get you movin.

MAD KINGZ – “Wanderlust” Feat. Mark Tarmonea (Club Mix) | Download |

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Luke Max hits us with a slick new progressive house track, a remix of Sem Thomasson’s “We Are”. The vibes oozing out of this one really grows on you as the tune continues to progress creating this overall sickening ambient feel to it that would certainly leave you wanting for more.

Luke Max – Sem Thomasson’s “We Are” (Remix) | Download |

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Monteiro & Colle releases a sick new original called, “All Men Must Die”. A nod to the Game of Thrones series, this 6 and half minute slow-burning deep house/techno track lays down its groove with a heavy kick and driving bass that can certainly get you hooked and vibin right from the get go. A nice chilled track to get lost in once in a while.

Monteiro & Colle – All Men Must Die |

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Do you want to be featured on next week’s SLAP PACK? Send us your song through our submission page right here.

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