15. Ummet Ozcan – “Lose Control”
Ummet Ozcan has been on fire lately ever since he switched away from trance all of those years ago. Thanks to key collaborations with the likes of W&W and others, Ummet has been one of the most important producers within the Spinnin' Records stable. “Lose Control” has a steady groove while giving us a retro sounding vocal to mix things up. Expect this track to be played as a way to warm up the crowd as DJs build up the mood before they drop banger after banger.
16. Tiesto & DallasK - “Show Me”
Tiesto has a knack of picking the right talent to collaborate with, and those gifts are in full display when he chose the young L.A. based DallasK to spearhead his latest track called “Show Me”. The saxophone sets the track apart from the rest and it wouldn't surprise me to see this track become one of the staples in many artists' sets this summer and beyond.
17. Sander Van Doorn, Martin Garrix, DVBBS ft. Aleesia – “Gold Skies”
Released in 2014, “Gold Skies” has still found a lot of play in many sets heard at EDC Las Vegas and at Awakenings in Chicago. The vocals are easy on the ears and highly accessible which is why “Gold Skies” has had such longevity even halfway through 2015.
18. GTA x Wiwek ft. Stush – “What We Tell Dem”
What happens when you put two of the hottest producers on the planet together to make a track? You get “What We Tell Dem”, a track that pulverizes you with a unique and addictive drop that makes you want to rage and dance away.
19. Above & Beyond ft. Zoe Johnston - “We're All We Need” (Ilan Bluestone Remix)
Above & Beyond tracks, especially of the vocal variety, are considered evergreen. The trick is to keep finding new versions of the track to keep it fresh. A&B usually create their own “Club Mix” that are widely played in their sets but this Ilan Bluestone version is simply beautiful. Recently played by Above & Beyond at EDC Las Vegas, the Bluestone version of “We're All We Need” is going to stick around for a while.
20. Snails - “VMPR”
VOMITSTEP never sounded so relevant as it does today thanks to its creator Snails. “VMPR” is a track that was recently released for free and sports a vocal sample from the Smashing Pumpkins. Snails is one of the brightest lights within the bass scene at the moment, and giving away something as quality as “VMPR” just further solidifies his generosity with his fans.
21. Galantis - “Peanut Butter Jelly” (GTA Remix)
This track is barely a few hours old but when you combine “Peanut Butter Jelly”, a personal favourite, with the hottest producer crew there is in GTA, magic will happen. This remix is tailor made for the festival crowd as it keeps the essence of the original while flipping in a nasty drop for good measure.
Now that you know what the hottest tracks will be, you need to start planning for your next festival: