8 Unreleased Tracks Premiered During Ultra Music Festival Miami
Ultra Miami has come and gone which means our beloved festival season has arrived! Besides traveling the globe enjoying sets and performances from our favorite artists with friends new and old, festival season is all about new music.
This past weekend, there was a bevy of unreleased music premiere in Miami, and while we could not list them all for you, we decided to share a few IDs that caught our attention during Ultra Music Festival.
The Chainsmokers & Coldplay – Something Just Like This (Alesso Remix)
EDX Continues Stun With New Tracks, “Revered” & “Want You (Then I Found You)”
After premiering with Pete Tong a few weeks ago, EDX’s newest track, “Revered,” is finally up for grabs. The tech-house track is coated with tribal percussion and silky vocals which set the haunting mood of the track. Additionally, the Italian-born producer has also released another new single, “Want You (Then I Found You)” featuring the UK’s BB Diamond. Both of these tracks are a testament to EDX’s evolution as a producer, as they show two different spectrums of his sound. The first being his more techy, clubby sound, while the second shows his infectious, pop-leaning tendencies that always seem to come through in a tasteful fashion.
EDX is currently on his “Belong” World Tour and he has a pair of No Xcuses U.S. events coming this weekend at Create in Los Angeles, and another at Ruby Skye in San Francisco on December 11, in addition to many other dates. Buy tickets to his upcoming dates here.
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