In this week's Freshly Spilt Milk new music playlist, Brillz defaces Justin Bieber's "Sorry," Ya Boy Big Choo testifies for bounce, and Kaskade teams with Zhu and Deadmau5. 

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Kaskade - will he ever find love?

1. "In The Morning" - ZHU & Kaskade: At the start of his career, ZHU made hit songs like "Faded" anonymously, wishing to be judged only by his music. Today, he is teaming up with top producers and performing live sets at music festivals around the world. Kaskade and ZHU have created a chill house vibe with acoustic guitar chords that complement ZHU's voice.

2. "Home" feat. Aurora (Lane 8 Remix) - Icarus: Lane 8 offers his own deep interpretation of Aurora's "Home". This track is soothing and uplifting at the same time; perfect for chill settings or club vibes.

3. "Crosswalk" - Yotto: Yotto is deep house producer on the Anjunadeep label. He works an electro house element into "Crosswalk" to give it a proggy mood.

4. "Aftergold" feat. Tove Styrke - Big Wild: Californian producer Big Wild releases "Aftergold" just in time for his own North American tour. 

5. "Boomerang" feat. Tay Beckham - Le Youth: Tay Beckham's vocals, accompanied by a fun beat that anyone can dance to, makes this the feel-good track this spring.

6. "Mackerel Sky" feat. RoQy TyRaiD - AF The Naysayer: AF the Naysayer marries hip-hop to an experimental, electronic beat. He recently performed at the My Spilt Milk Awards at Howlin' Wolf. 

7. "All The Ways" (Branchez Remix) - Wet: Wet just released its first studio album Don't You this year, and Branchez puts his own trip-hop vibe on the single "All the Ways."

8. "The Enemy" feat. Sinead Egan - Mat Zo: After the release of his second studio album Self Assemble, Mat Zo has been getting a lot of attention for his ability to blend styles of electronic music. For example, his track "Stereo No Aware" has trance and dubstep components. He uses soulful vocalists on this album to give it a groovy sound.

9. "Lone" feat. JOY. - What So Not & GANZ: "Lone" juxtaposes light and dreamy female vocals with the bass in the trap-esque drop. 

10. "Is It Love" feat. Yeah Boy - 3LAU: 3LAU will perform his new single at Hangout Festival in Gulf Shores on May 21. "Is It Love" has a deep house sound and high male vocals singing about finding love. 

11. "Supernova" (Adrian Alexander Remix) - The Antipodes: Adrian Alexander is a trance producer that makes high-energy remixes recognized by top producers such as Above & Beyond and Armin Van Buuren. This remix of "Supernova" has a progressive style and a very powerful, yet melodic drop.

12. "Kill The Lights" (Audien Remix) - Alex Newell, Jess Glynne, & DJ Cassidy: 24-year-old producer Audien, on Above & Beyond's Anjunabeats label, has gained popularity quickly with his single "Something Better" (featuring Lady Antebellum). This danceable remix of a disco track is an example of Audien's range and versatility.

13. "Facebased" - Tony Junior: The obscure vocals and calm intro do not prepare you for a heavy drop with a future house beat. Tony Junior is signed to Musical Freedom Records and has worked with Tiesto on his track "Get Down".

14. "Sorry" (Brillz Bootleg) - Justin Bieber: "Sorry" is one of Justin Bieber’s most popular tracks this year from his album Purpose. Brillz's bootleg of the hit single brings it out of the pop world and into the trap world. 

15. "CHOO GOTS" - Ya Boy Big Choo: Bounce music remains a genre unique to New Orleans and can adequately be defined as 'booty-shaking' music. Ya Boy Big Choo really knows how to make a crowd bounce, and with this track he wants to see what 'choo gots"!

16. "I Can't Stop" (Ekali Tribute) - Flux Pavilion: "I Can't Stop" is one of the most iconic and easily recognizable songs in all of electronic music. Ekali uses trip-hop, future bass, and even acoustic piano to give this dubstep track a fresh sound. 

17. "Rhinestone Rebellion" (JackEL Remix) - Sinister: This track has a bass-heavy drop and repetitive, uplifting vocal work.

18. "Inside Out" - The Chainsmokers: The Chainsmokers are known for their high-energy performances at music festivals like Ultra Music Festival. Millions of people are singing the chorus of their popular singles "Roses" and "Don't Let Me Down". This new release hopes to live up to the hype they've built for themselves.

19. "Wave" (Big Gigantic Remix) - Major Lazer: Big Gigantic sets themselves apart from the rest of the electronic music world by using live instruments for the basis of most of their songs. They bring the funk with saxophone and drum instrumentation, accompanied by electronic beats. This remix of "Wave" is the lovechild of reggae and funk electronica.

20. "Beneath With Me v.3" - Kaskade & Deadmau5: Two of the finest DJs in land team up again for a new version of the track that they previewed last year. Deadmau5 is known for his progressive electro house tunes, and Kaskade for his vocal house tracks. "Beneath With Me v.3" keeps listeners entranced with gorgeous vocals from Skylar Grey.

21. "Silence" feat. Dave Thomas Jr. - Don Diablo: Don Diablo is a star on the rise, and vocal work by Dave Thomas Jr. gives this new single a calm feeling.