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Five new electronic music drops from this week (4/1-4/7)

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Five new electronic music drops from this week (4/1-4/7)
L-R: Aluna Francis of AlunaGeorge (Image: Melt! Booking), Martin Garrix (Image: Tom Oxley)

Each week, we pick the newest electronic music tracks, albums and music videos to have on your radar. Here are our favorites:

“Turn Off the Lights” by Dog Blood (Skrillex, Boys Noize)

Dog Blood, the side project of producers Skrillex and Boys Noize, return five years after their Middle Finger Pt 2: The Remixes EP with a brand-new song. “Turn Off the Lights” is an explosive dancefloor anthem that kicks off with bouncy percussion before plunging into a heady mix of laser-like synths, industrial beats and vocal samples.

“Cold Blooded Creatures” MV by AlunaGeorge

UK electronic duo AlunaGeorge have dropped a stunning, NSFW video for their Bryson Tiller-assisted song, “Cold Blooded Creatures,” off their 2018 Champagne Eyes EP. The clip, helmed by director duo rubberband., explores intimacy and connection.

“Mistaken” by Martin Garrix, Matisse & Sadko

Martin Garrix and Russian DJ duo Matisse & Sadko reunite to deliver another festival-ready banger. Like their previous high octane collaborations, “Mistaken” soars and glides over bright synths, building to a massive pre-chorus drop that’ll leave you breathless.

“Tell Me” MV by Marshmello

“Tell Me,” a cut from Marshmello’s 2018 sophomore album Joytime II, has been given a star-studded visual treatment. Mello is joined by friends Anne-Marie, Logic, DJ Slushii and Paula Abdul. The latter makes a brief cameo as a talent show judge.

“Barefoot in the Park” MV by James Blake, Rosalía

James Blake has unveiled a surreal visual for “Barefoot in the Park,” his collaboration with Spanish singer Rosalía. Directed by Diana Kunst and Mau Morgo, the video features shots of burning wreckage and the cosmos. The song appears on Blake’s latest album, Assume Form.

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