In late February, pop-duo sensation The Chainsmer released the second single off of their debut album, Memories…Do Not Open, a collaboration with Coldplay that would top charts across the world, receiving gold and platinum statuses by the RIAA in several countries. The artists since then have opened the floor to producers internationally, inviting creative minds to take their own spin on the track with a remix. Six artists have been selected by The Chainsmers for official remixes of the tune, each take on “Something Just Like This” brings new and unexpected elements to the table.With eclectic remixes from Don Diablo, Alesso, R3HAB, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Jai Wolf, and ARMNHMR, “Something Just Like This” has been taken to new heights by these visionary artists
We absolutely a positive message, especially when conveyed through music, and it appears that ‘Spread Love’ by Goldroom does just that.Goldroom has decided to release the live favourite as a single (featuring vocals by Rooty) and although it edges towards pop than his former releases, it still offers that signature feel-good dance sound that Goldroom is renowned for.Goldroom said of the release: “My goal for this song was to try and capture the kind of simple earnestness that a lot of early French House had, which was a major inspiration for me.
“First Time” is Kygo’s follow up single to “It Ain’t Me” which was voiced by Selena Gomez. The anthem went to the Top 10 in than a dozen countries and is currently sitting at number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Back in 2013, Kygo remixed Ellie Goulding’s “High For This.” The song was wildly successful and now just four years later, Kygo has decided to officially collaborate with the pop sensation with Ellie Goulding for their new single, “First Time.”
Time for something a little fun and risqué than our usual postings.Originally from Chicago, GOLDHOUSE – the musical project of Grant Harris – is used to producing feel-good tracks that make you want to get down, and his new single, ‘Sex On Me’, does just that.It’s our guilty pleasure release of the week!It’s out now on Armada Deep.Sounds like: Gryffin, Kygo, Sam Feldt | | SoundCloud | YouTube | Instagram
Music is a way to tackle unresolved issues and reach out to the ones you , both for a writer and listener.Caswell is doing just that with a very open letter to her ‘Brother’.As you would expect, it’s powerful and engaging, as Caswell’s unmistakable, ethereal vocals form a distinct jazz melody over a Whirlitzer piano and Mellotron, and the sudden waves of heavy synths and brass, push and pull the listener through the journey with her.Cleverly the production at the start and end of the track also emulates that of a typewriter.Sounds like: Låpsley, Skott, Lorde, Charlotte Cardin, Jorja Smith, JONES, Ray BLK, Sigrid, Maggie Rogers | | SoundCloud | Instagram
Watch & Listen to this awesome remix of Bryce Fox’s debut single ‘Burn Fast’! Shot in their hometown of CHICAGO. The video is so simple and so beautiful like the song. Listen and share if you like it!
Los Angeles native Justin Jay is back this week with another incredible single off of his forthcoming Fantastic Voyage album. The producer’s debut album has been slowly released in segments through various labels, making its rounds through Black Butter, Freerange, and Soul Clap Records. Now, the final stretch of album comes in the form of Part 4, which has made its home on Lee Foss’ Repopulate Mars label.