EDM/house music roundup; you’ve got to listen to these tunes

The Aipate team has picked seven amazing songs that you should add to your dance playlist(s). This roundup spans various flavours of house music.


Nicky Romero x Almero – “So Much Love”

Protocol Recordings presents “So Much Love”, the new track that saw label head Nicky Romero team up with Lyon-based producer Almero. Blending progressive and French house elements, “So Much Love” is characterized by engaging piano melodies. The soaring vocals add to the gripping effect. “So Much Love” arrives on the heels of Romero’s See You On The Dancefloor EP.

<<Find Nicky Romero and Almero on Instagram>>

Vall x Conan Mac – “Like I Used To”

French producer Vall served up lots of emotion and nostalgia in his newest single, “Like I Used To”. The melody-laden tropical house track features UK vocalist Conan Mac and was released on Soave Records. Conan’s honest lyrics and gorgeous vocals will have you singing along. “Like I Used To” is the follow-up to Vall’s “West Coast” featuring Blackbird.

<<Find Vall and Conan Mac on Instagram>>

Steerner – “Better”

Swedish producer Steerner‘s latest single “Better” is worth highlighting. A vibrant house jam, it is the follow-up to his song, “Rush“. With this new track, Steerner explores the case of a relationship which is doomed to fail. Speaking about the song, he says: “‘Better’ is a song about two people falling in love at an early age, just to later find out they weren’t perfect for each other. Going off and on, trying to fix what’s broken but no matter how hard they try, it always results in being dark and evil. They refuse to admit it, but the best solution would simply be to let go – for the better.

Find Steerner on Instagram>

Terry Golden – “Secrets”

Terry Golden is an electronic DJ and producer from Denmark. His latest offering, an energetic house track called “Secrets”, is out via Undertake Records. The track builds up steadily, proceeding into a synth-heavy drop. The rousing vocals drenched in melody add a lyrical edge to the track. “Secrets” is simply a dancefloor banger!

<<Find Terry Golden on Instagram>>

Becky Hill x Galantis – “Run”

On the back of a Brit Awards win, Becky Hill has returned with another pop/dance anthem. Named “Run”, this new single is a collaboration with Swedish EDM outfit Galantis. “Run” came paired with a stunning visual. “I’m so excited to release ‘Run’ with Galantis,” says Becky. “I wrote it with my best friend MNEK who I’ve been writing with for 10 years and the magic I felt when we first wrote my single Losing back in 2012, I still feel to this day when writing with him. I feel like every single I release has the potential to better the last one and this is no different, especially with Galantis featuring on the record too. With their catalogue of hits with the likes of Little Mix and Years & Years I’m very proud to be a part of another huge collaboration with them. This next phase of my artistry is an extension of me fully coming out as a popstar, but this time with a BRIT Award in hand!

<<Find Becky Hill and Galantis on Instagram>>

ConKi x Magnus Gunn – “Ocean”

“Ocean” is a chill-out, tropical house record by LA-based Icelandic producer Magnus Gunn and his Polish counterpart ConKi. The newly released track is out via ConKi’s Hot Vibes Records imprint. “Ocean” is melodious and playful, a song for those moments you’d want to cherish. Featuring sweet vocals, it was written by Magnus and produced together with ConKi.

<<Find ConKi and Magnus Gunn on Instagram>>

Simon Field x Adam Griffin x James Hurr x Aya Anne – “You On Red”

Out now via Perfect Havoc is this lovely song called “You On Red”. It is a collaboration bringing together producers Simon Field, Adam Griffin and James Hurr and singer Aya Anne. Each of the artists left their mark on this massive track, with Aya Anne getting to exhibit her vocal abilities. “You On Red” is a song you’ll surely be playing on repeat.

<<Find Simon Field, Adam Griffin, James Hurr and Aya Anne on Instagram>>


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