Hot off the press after Coachella, this edition of Week in Music has many great releases for our readers and followers. From fresh remixes to cuts from new albums, April’s next WIM keeps things moving along at quite a steady pace.


Release Spotlight

REZZ gives us a great remix of The Glitch Mob‘s new track with Elohim. REZZ offers her patented touch for “I Could Be Anything,” giving the track a much harder shine.

Carnage released his new album Battered, Bruised & Bloodied, which covers all aspects of his sound. We’ve included the Skellism collaboration “MOROKOMBA!” to give you a taste of the new album.

k?d drops another new single, this one titled “Zero One.” It doesn’t chart much new territory for the rising producer, but new tracks from k?d are always welcome.

Destructo once again flexes his hip-hop muscle by pairing up with Busta Rhymes for “Fucking Shit Up.” The track continues to showcase Destructo’s bass-house sensibilities.

Finally, Hardwell and Steve Aoki team up for “Anthem.” Featuring Kris Kiss, the track hearkens back to the mainstage EDM we all know and (sometimes) love.