Roundup: 6 Huge Tunes From Ultra Music Festival 2019

Marc Santaromana | Read time: 2 mins
Club/Festival DJing Pro Ultra Music Festival
Last updated 11 April, 2019


Ultra Music Festival Miami is one of the biggest music festivals each year and a place where many DJ/Producers debut new tracks in front of huge audiences. DJs around the world look forward to what tracks get a good reaction at Ultra Miami as an indicator to what will be the big tracks for the coming year. Here’s a list of six massive songs that we think you’ll want to take a listen to and add to your crates.

Martin Garrix – Bouncybob

One of the pioneers of the big room EDM sound is back with a new track just in time for summer. This one has a more future house-sounding bounce but still maintains that nice build up and drop that Garrix is known for.

David Guetta & GlowInTheDark Ft. Harrison – Ain’t A Party

David Guetta has been a staple in the dance music scene for decades, and his latest offering is a track that’s just begging to be played at primetime sets. With a heavy bassline and bounce lead melody, this tracks gives off a great high energy vibe.

Anna Lunoe – 303

This track has an infectious acid-inspired 303 bassline and classic house vocal elements. If you’re a fan of 90s dance music, this track definitely has the feel you’re looking for.

NGHTMRE and Big Gigantic – Like That

NGHTMRE and Big Gigantic come together for a tune that somehow finds a way to combine their completely different sounds, and the result is surprisingly effective. The sampled jazzy elements and aggressive leads and bass create a fun and energetic mid-tempo track.

GRiZ – It Gets Better

GRiZ teams up with hip hop star D.R.A.M. for an uplifting track with a killer piano melody and horn section. D.R.A.M.’s vocals backed by a choir fit perfectly over a track that is the definition of a summer jam.

The Prodigy – Breathe

There is no doubt why this track saw a resurgence as of late: The Prodigy was a dance music-defining act and the recent passing of their vocalist Keith Flint was a painful loss to the dance community and music industry as a whole.


This selection of tracks has a little bit of something for everyone. From classic house vibes and big room EDM to classic electronic music, 2019 looks to be another great year with plenty of awesome new tracks for DJs to play.

What were your favourite moments of Ultra Miami 2019? What’s your pick for best song so far this year? Let us know in the comments.

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