Riot Ten & Rathero team up for a huge track called “Like Kanye.” It’s got banging percussion and awesome Jamaican influenced rap by Bunji Garlin. It is unique and prefect for the dance floor. Get on down to “Like Kanye” and keep an eye on all of these guys.
There’s something so beautiful about capturing the fleeting and explosive nature of youth. It’s that feeling of complete freedom and being wildly carefree. If you’ve been looking for a track to exemplify what that feels like, Manila Killa has created something perfect for you. “Youth” is the producer’s first original release since the massively successful “All That’s Left,” and it’s every bit as fantastic. He uses bright synths, poppy vocals and tropically infused percussion to emulate the feeling of being young and alive. Sunny and relaxed, it’s the perfect track to kick back with this weekend. Check it out below and follow the producer on SoundCloud.
This emerging female artist from Wales who goes by MRGD (pronounced ‘Marged’) just teamed up with the pop producer SAKIMA to drop this fresh, electric tune titled “Skin Deep.” The track mixes contemporary R&B with electronic pop to create a vibing tune that’s full of emotion. Click play on this one and see what you think!
Los Angeles-based producer and multi-instrumentalist, Gryffin, releases the remix package for his debut single, “Heading Home” featuring Josef Salvat, via Darkroom/Interscope Records. With the first half of his year including a sold-out Heading Home live tour, official remixes for CHVRCHES, Troye Sivan and Jack Garratt, and a worldwide hit, Gryffin continues to reinforce his standing as one of dance music’s most exciting acts today.
After 20 million+ streams online, Gryffin’s “Heading Home” is finally receiving its remix treatment from an array of up-and-coming producers that have each given it their own flavor. With renditions from Le Youth, Nick Talos, Imagined Herbal Flows, Feki, Justin Caruso, Love Thy Brother, and POOLCLVB, the package features a variety of house and future bass styles that bring “Heading Home” into a fresh new light.
Listen to Gryffin’s “Heading Home” remixes on Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1NKcFTZ.
Listen to Le Youth’s “Heading Home” remix on SoundCloud: http://bit.ly/1WNbaXJ.
Listen to Nick Talos’ “Heading Home” remix on SoundCloud: http://bit.ly/1szkGBi.
Buy Gryffin’s original “Heading Home” on iTunes: http://apple.co/1Uclx41.
If you’re tired of modern, mainstream pop and looking for to feel some nostalgia, check out “The Laughing Man” by the Finish band Koria Kitten Riot. The group delivers uplifting, catchy melodies while classic harmonies accentuate the tune. If you like folk rock, definitely give this one a shot!
This new tune doesn’t fall within the style of music that we typically post, but it was so good that we had to write something up about it. Paper Routes are a trio of Nashville-based friends that have been making waves with their brand of indie-alternative rock, and they’re back with their latest track, “Laugh About It.”
The record is a rock anthem through and through, with hypnotic vocals and high-energy guitar riffs that will have you head bangin’ with the best of them. Take a peep at the music video below and keep an eye out for these talented up-and-comers.
Felix Jaehn releases a new single, “Cut The Cord,” with Hitimpulse. In the midst of international touring last month, the swiftly rising German star added his biggest collaboration to date, “Can’t Go Home” with Steve Aoki and Adam Lambert, to his growing catalog of widely well-received, infectious songs. Now, Felix continues his string of smash releases, while moving outside of his comfort zone to explore new musical territory with emerging artist Hitimpulse.
On “Cut The Cord,” Felix and Hitimpulse set the vibe with ballad-like vocals on top of layered melodies that flow into a crescendo, before dropping into a broken beat sequences that are complemented by piano chords, catchy bass stabs, pitched up vocal effects, and more for a mood-elevating number.
This is the first time I’ve heard Mishegas music, which isn’t a surprise since it’s only his second release, but “Home” is one of the coolest originals I’ve heard in a long time. The track has a major Odesza-like vibe to it, the Chicago native molds together dreamy beats with soothing sounds. Pick up your free download of “Home” after you listen to it (multiple times). Mishegas is bound to have a bright future.
Felix Jaehn has quickly become one of our favorite producers in the game right now. The German wunderkind bust down the door in the early months of 2015 with his incredible remix of OMI’s “Cheerleader” that has not only dominated the streaming world – with over 500 million streams already – but also the radio airwaves. It became one of the most ubiquitous tropical house anthems of the year, as everyone across the country instantly recognizes the lyrics, “Oh I think I found myself a cheerleader,” layered over the sun-soaked percussion that has come to define Felix Jaehn’s music. In only a couple of years, Felix Jaehn has managed to accomplish what many artists strive to achieve in their entire lifetimes – countless chart-topping releases, headlining sets around the world, and even a collaboration with Steve Aoki and Adam Lambert.
In honor of Felix Jaehn’s massive 2015, and even bigger 2016, we’ve put together a list of his Greatest Hits.
First up is “I Do,” one of Felix Jaehn’s first tracks that started it all for him. “I Do” shows off Felix’s prowess in the studio with expertly layered synths bolstered by a warm, bubbling bassline.
“Eagle Eyes” was Felix Jaehn’s first release on Spinnin’ Deep, which cemented his reputation as a talented up-and-comer worth paying attention.
Felix’s remix of Alian Baraz and Galimatias’ “Fantasy” was the perfect summertime anthem for 2015, as Alina Baraz’s smooth vocals was the perfect balance to the sun-kissed production.
In 2015, no track was as big as Felix’s remix of “Cheerleader.” It topped the charts in over 55 countries and really helped Felix’s career take off.
Lastly, Felix really solidified himself as one of melodic house’s stars with his follow-up release to his remix of “Cheerleader.” Teaming up with Jasmine Thompson, Felix remade Rufus and Chaka Khan’s “Ain’t Nobody” into a modern-day anthem.
Ronzel just flipped the classic song “Changes” and it’s something to bump. This remix takes percussive and melodic elements from house music and blends them with the original hip-hop song. All without taking away from 2Pac’s brilliance. Get down!