Dance

(Chemical Brothers, depeche mode, Madonna)

Stars: No One Is Lost Tour EP

Canadian indie-rock band Stars has been around since 2000 and they show no sign of slowing down as they release a new five-track No One Is Lost Tour EP. It is hard to believe that it has been more than a decade since the band’s breakout album Set Yourself on Fire. Their latest EP is a tight collection showing the band’s dance-y and electronica side.

Breathe Compilations: In Vitro- La Danza de los Solitarios

Breathe Compilations, a Mexico-based pure netaudio label created in 2008, brings new ecletic tunes to old and new fans. In Vitro‘s La Danza de los Solitarios features eight imaginative pieces that showcase intriguing collages of beats and electronic tunes, creating an utterly dance-inducing techno sound that will leave you in a trance after every play.

Kellee Maize: The Remixes

For all those of you following Kellee Maize and her releases here is something different. The independent rapper, singer, activist, and entrepreneur just released her new album, The Remixes, taking the nine of her greatest hits and taking them for another spin. The album is definitely the one that will bring you much needed energy for the day. Filled with great electronic arrangements and plenty of great beats there is just nothing more to add.

Lilly Wolf: This Painted Life

Lilly Wolf amps up the rave with This Painted, a collection of trip-hop dance tunes that trigger the right amount of high to get you moving on the dance floor. Hailing from Brooklyn, Lilly Wolf is the musical project of Lilly Wolf herself and Alex Neuhausen a.k.a. Dr. Nu. The duo creates infectious dance pop tracks that infuses hard-hitting beats into electronic music.

SoUnD WaVeS: Running Not Skipping

LA DJ, SoUnD WaVeS (Michael Martinez) might not be a household name just yet but he can create catchy tunes worth churning out over the dancefloor. SoUnD WaVeS started DJ'ing back in 1999 where he used the moniker, DJ Brownsugar. Combining his skillful mixes along with this personal artwork, he creates a lush wall of sound with a nice artistic appeal. Initially inspired after seeing Daft Punk live, he has pursued creating music that triggers "a chain reaction of body movement, which then evolves into dancing. "