Jack Ü/Ember Island – Where Are Ü Now (Chet Porter Remix)


Over the past months, Chet Porter has been releasing some amazing interpretations of songs like ‘Fellow Feeling’ by Porter Robinson, ‘Stay the Night’ by Zedd, and ‘Runaway’ by Galantis. Having also released a glimpse into his original material through a release on the latest Moving Castle compilation and most recently a stunning guest mix for TooFuture which featured several unreleased original tracks, Chet is ready to start ramping up the releases.

Today sees the release of his ‘Where Are Ü Now” remix. Using the beautiful vocal cover by Ember Island to create a whirlwind of pleasing sounds crafted around Jack Ü and Justin Bieber’s worldwide hit, this one follows suit as an unpredictable and absolutely breathtaking song.

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Discover An Island Paradise At Thomas Jack’s New Stage At TomorrowWorld


TomorrowWorld just seems to keep finding ways to top itself. Just last week, we found out that the ID&T-produced festival was adding a stage curated and hosted by The Magician called “Potion,” in addition to previously announced stage curators, which included Ferry Corsten, Pete Tong, Hardwell, and many others. Now, TomorrowWorld is pushing the envelope once again, welcoming tropical house maven, Thomas Jack, to the festival for a hand-picked lineup featuring some of the biggest stars in tropical house and deep house. Coming into its third year, TomorrowWorld is raising the bar for music festivals by spearheading the charge for emerging genres in dance music, and Thomas Jack Presents will be the first-ever tropical house stage at TomorrowWorld.

To give us a glimpse of what to expect at the Thomas Jack Presents stage, the Australian house producer has delivered a stunning exclusive mix for TomorrowWorld. While Thomas Jack has dominated the tropical house space, the 20-year-old talent is truly an international tastemaker, and he puts his vast knowledge of dance music on display in this hour-long mix. For sixty minutes, Jack expertly navigates through a tribal personality and a bevy of deep house hits, while infusing the groove-driven tracks with an array of sun-soaked melodies from his tropical repertoire. You can stream his exclusive TomorrowWorld mix below ahead of his Thomas Jack Presents stage at TomorrowWorld, and the mix is available as a free download here. Tickets to TomorrowWorld are still available for purchase here.

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Mattanoll – Clearness (Robotaki Remix)


Robotaki’s remix of Mattanoll’s “Clearness” is a beautiful ride through summer moods. With a crisp and smooth top-line, Robotaki’s remix adds another example of his mastery of production. Once you get looped into the slippery basslines and a mood of comfortability, the Montreal-based talent turns the bass blast into overdrive and sends chill down your spine with euphoric synth rain. Check it out and buy it on iTunes.

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LVNDSCAPE – Season 1 [Mixtape]


Regardless of how saturated tropical house has become, I still love a good tropical track that only evokes images of the Caribbean, Tahiti, and the liking. LVNDSCAPE knows exactly how to push my beach-loving buttons and the no-face producer has done it again with their Season 1 mixtape. It is filled with jams on jams including an unreleased remix of Sander van Doorn and Jamie XX, Diviner’s “Tropical Love,” and so much more. This one is not for a Tuesday or Wednesday but for a Thursday or Friday when you’re itching to get out of the office.

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TomorrowWorld Announces “Potion” Stage Hosted By The Magician


Need something deep, groovy, and sexy? Give The Magician a call. The Belgian-born producer has quickly ascended the ranks of music with his melodic, groove-driven style of house music, and each month, he’s used to sharing his hottest picks in nu-disco, deep house, and garage with his “Magic Tape” mix series. Now, The Magician can truly demonstrate his tastemaking ability to the world, as he’s curating his very own “Potion” stage at TomorrowWorld this year. While no further information about The Magician’s stage has been announced, you can be sure that it’ll be deep, and it’ll be groovy.

Tickets to TomorrowWorld are still available, so get yours here.

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Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank – Shades of Grey ft. Delaney Jane


While it may seem a bit odd that Oliver Heldens borrowed the title of his latest song from the controversial Valentine’s Day film, 50 Shades of Grey, it’s clear that Heldens’ influences weren’t from the movie’s plot, but rather from its feeling. “Shades of Grey” is sexy through and through, and both Heldens and Shaun Frank’s unique future house styles shine through in the track. Frank’s funky, fresh take on future house is the perfect balance to Heldens’ signature big bass line, and Delaney Jane’s vocals are the cherry on top. Stream “Shades of Grey” below and get your copy via Spinnin’ Deep when it drops on June 22nd.

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Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano – Come Follow (OLWIK Remix)


Herman Olvik, better known as the producer, OLWIK, has experienced a dazzling climb through the ranks of dance music as a young teenager. The Sweden native developed a passion and love for music early, receiving classical training in the piano, drums, and guitar – ultimately setting a strong foundation for OLWIK to build upon for his electronic success. Armed with a unique take on progressive house that features live instrumentation, OLWIK has garnered a loyal following for his music, and for good reason. OLWIK’s latest effort is a remix of Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano’s “Come Follow.” OLWIK gives “Come Follow” his signature progressive twist, and we loved it the second we heard it. The remix is up for a free download, so snag your copy here.

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Trivecta – Resurface (feat. Roniit)


Trance is a type of music that really delves deep into the human soul. It lets your mind, creativity, and emotions run free just by its raw nature of electronically-inducing elements. Trivecta, who is a regular artist we love to write about, returns after his last trance venture with “Resurface.” Easing the synths and kick in within the first minute or so, Trivecta strips everything away to allow Roniit to introduce the meat and potatoes of the track that are truly spellbinding. You can stream the track below for yourself and be sure to keep an eye on Resurface.

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Choice – Gypsy Rhythm


Up and coming West Coast musician [vocalist, song-writer, producer] Choice just released his debut original single, “Gypsy Rhythm.” The new record slowly builds up and evolves into a much larger sound from what it started off as. At first, all you hear is minimal production with some saucy vocals, then shortly after comes in a layered combination of keys, synthesizers, and various other instruments until the huge future infused drop cuts through and grasps your attention. While Choice’s vocals are very smooth and fit in perfectly on “Gypsy Rhythm,” the production is definitely the stand out point of the new original track for me. Listen and download below, let us know if you like what you hear!

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Bronze Whale – War Of Art EP


“About a year ago, we sat down and decided that we wanted a body of work that was able to do more than just be songs on a playlist. We wanted to make something that represented our ideas and art. A body of music that was not limited to a BPM or genre or fad. Something that had a unique voice.” So says the Austin, Texas based duo Bronze Whale.

Their new EP, War Of Art, does just that and its a genre spanning body of work that is all theirs. Beyond drawing tons of elements from within EDM, the duo enlisted a different singer/songwriter for each track giving the EP a distinctly indie vibe. Grab the entire thing on iTunes now via Octal Sound.

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