Humpday Hotlist: Thanksgiving Week

As I went to post today, I had a serious lack of motivation. I have been blogging about EDM for several months now, and it is beginning to become redundant. I curate songs from hosting sites and write a small blurb about them. I don’t know if many people see my information or if they even care about it. But, I then realized how pessimistic I was being.

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, a time to reflect on our lives and give thanks for the positives. And this blog has definitely been a positive. EDM is a huge passion of mine, and although it may be a drag to have to post several times a week for a class I am enrolled in, I am getting to share my passion with people all over the world. Who cares if 200 people see my posts or if 2 people see my posts. At least someone somewhere in the world got to hear songs that I find appreciation in.

This post is for those who have continued to follow my posts over the months. There are some interesting tracks in this hotlist I am sure you will enjoy, but what I want you to get most out of this post is my thanks. Thanks for showing my small blog some love and for continuing to read. You are all the real MVPs.

And seriously, if you have an artist or a track you would like to see featured in a post, just let me know in the comments. Have a great holiday!


Humpday Hotlist: Halloween Edition

This week’s Hotlist is titled “Halloween Edition,” but that is mostly just because it is Halloween week. Most of the songs have absolutely nothing to do with Halloween, but they are still hot tracks.

The first song is a remix by Nora En Pure of “Shades of Grey” by Oliver Heldens and Shaun Frank. The original of this song is one of my favorite songs from the summer, but I like the vibe of this song more.

The second song is “Theme O” by Madison Mars. Nothing to say about this song except that it’s actual fire.

The third song is a track set to be released soon by Ummet Ozcan. Ozcan is a producer who uses a lot of mallet-type synths and huge leads. His songs have similar sounds, but they are all unique at the same time.

The fourth song is the only one that has anything to do with Halloween. If you have ever seen the movie “Hocus Pocus,” you will recognize the lyrics.

The final song is a song that will also be released soon. This song has a really interesting synth at the drop, a sound that I have never heard before. Combined with the bass line, it creates a melody that is hard not to dance to.

Have a great Halloween, and if you’re feeling it, be sure to drop this playlist at your costume parties this weekend.