Four new electronic music drops this week

Including the latest from Flume and Diplo.

Every week, we choose the latest electronic releases that you should know about. Here are four of our favourites:

Let You Know by Flume, London Grammar

Flume – aka Harley Streten – has linked up with indie pop outfit London Grammar for Let You Know. The new song features the producer’s signature mix of eclectic synths and textures. The track is Streten’s latest release following his critically acclaimed mixtape, Hi This Is Flume, which dropped in March.

Letting People Go remix by Diplo, Carnage


Diplo has released his own take on Carnage’s 2019 hit, Letting People Go. The producer adds a dance-ready beat to the original’s bass-driven production, as well as a satisfying drop before the chorus. Diplo first debuted the remix during his Coachella set in April.

Sizzling by Daphni

Daphni – aka Dan Snaith of Caribou – has released a brand-new single, Sizzling. The energetic, horn-driven disco track samples Paradise’s 1981 tune Sizzlin Hot. The song is the producer’s first release under the Daphni moniker since 2017’s Joli Mai.

Rescue Me by Marshmello, A Day To Remember

Marshmello has recruited metalcore outfit A Day To Remember for his latest release, Rescue Me. The song blends the band’s intense instrumentation with the producer’s euphoric-sounding synths.

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