#10TRACKS | Pop/Dance – Luglio ’22

Stay The Night” by Sigala opens today’s #10TRACKS with the tropical-house sound typical of the British producer. #10TRACKSThe vocal is by the Londinese 25-years old Talia Mar, singer, songwriter, and twitch streamer.

 

 

 

It is titled “Perfect Melody,” and Jonas Blue hopes it is the right one for its comeback to the important charts after a few years out. The vocal is by Julian Perretta, known for his 2015 hit “Miracle,” produced by Lost Frequencies.

 

#10TRACKSThe Newyorker DJ PS1 samples ’90s Dance music for his “Party Like.” The track that inspired him is “Saturday Night” by Whigfield.

 

 

 

SAINt JHN and Imanbek meet again after “Roses”; once again, it is a remix. The Slap-House formula does not change for “The Best Part of Life.”

 

 

We Could Be Together” is a remake. The sound is an updated version of “Daddy DJ,” also re-edited by Basshunter in 2008. Gabry Ponte and LUM!X hope for success in summer 2022.

 

Also, “Superstar,” like the previous one, “Can’t Stay Away,” is more appreciated in Italy than in Sweden, Darin‘s country. The remix, which reminds us of PNAU’s style, is by Italian DJ Rivaz.

 

 

 

“Fireworks” with Purple Disco Machine put him under the spotlight. The British singer and songwriter Moss Kena is pushing his soloist career forward. “Primadonna” interestingly reminds us of the lucky collaboration with Purple Disco Machine.

 

 

The Synth-Wave from the ’80s also ended in “Overthinking,” the newest single by Mabel and 24kGoldn, part of the album “About Last Night” by the Anglo-Swedish pop star.

 

 

#10TRACKSThe Norwegian trio Seeb of the singer-songwriter Julie Bergan is back and collaborates on this Electro-Soul single, “Always Will“.

 

 

 

Finally, we conclude this #10TRACKS with a gem. It is a club track that perfectly meets the requirements of any playlist, perfect for road trips. “On Your Own” is produced by the Australian Hayden James and Cassian, together with the British Elderbrook.

 

 

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