Spinnin’ Records, the leading electronic dance music label unveils tons of new music on its 2019 Future Hits mix. One hour and a half of nothing but unreleased music.
It’s the end of the year and, as every year in the music industry, everyone looks back on what has happened. Spinnin’ Records, the leading EDM label right now, has decided to tease its fans (and not only) with an hour and a half mix called ‘Spinnin’ Records – 2019 Future Hits’. As the names suggest, they’ve mixed 50 unreleased tunes that will be released next year under Spinnin’ (or any division of the label).
As the leading EDM label, Spinnin’ covers a huge amount of genres. This is why, in the mix, you can find all from big-room to future house until groove and deep house. With 50 records and 1 hour and a half of mix, there is something for everyone.
‘Spinnin’ Records – 2019 Future Hits’ is not the only mix they have released over the years. If you scroll back on their Soundcloud, you’ll find Miami, Ibiza, Summer, ADE mix and more.
Spinnin’ Records – 2019 Future Hits in deep
Kicking off with Aevion’s deep and soft vibes on the third play we can find Chemical Surf & Dubdisko with ‘I Wanna Do’. Another track that we’re sure you will like it’s the one at around the 13th minute. The record is in the typical groovy-latino vibes; it’s supposed to be by Cato Anaya. Track name is still undefined but, we’re pretty sure it will be the next Kryteria release in 2019. After only 5 minutes, another great track to take an eye on it; we’re talking about the brand new collaboration with Austrail talent Will K and Italian trio FaderX. The track is called ‘Shine’ and it will be out on SPRS the 18th of January.
After ‘Shine’ we have a great dose of groove with 2 IDs followed by Swanky Tunes ‘Big Love To The Bass’. Another great tune is the Jewelz & Sparks ID at around the 27th. It follows their ‘Motor’ sound with this groovy but clean bassline. Deniz Koyu, at the 29th minute, showcases his brand new progressive gem ‘Eclipse’. It will be out the 14th of January on Spinnin’ main label. Again, Promise Land is back on Spinnin’, this time with ‘I N33d’.
Go forward at the 40th minute, Spinnin’ 2019 Future Hits showcases what it seems to be a new Bottai record. The track is still an ID and the artist is just a hypothesis. Eddie Thoneick joins Spinnin’ Deep with a relaxing ‘Lonely’ followed by an old-school vibe ‘Stay’ by The Aston Shuffle. The last track we want to spotlight is the new Maximals x Siks. It’s called ‘Modem’ and it’ll be out on Dannic’ Fonk.
Spinnin’ Records – 2019 Future Hits conclusion
Otherwise the huge range of genres, Spinnin’ 2019 seems to focus more on the melodic and underground side of electronic music. In 50 tunes there are only a few that are actually big-room or hard-hitting; instead, most of them feature melodic futuristic house vibes or underground rolling elements.
Spinnin’ has always set the trends of electronic music and, this year, it seems they have slightly moved from the “mainstream”. 2019 Future Hits is a great showcase of what 2019 will be for the EDM industry and we can be nothing but happy of the road we’re taking.
Spinnin’ Records – 2019 Future Hits is available for the stream everywhere; you can check it below via YouTube or Soundcloud.