In late February, pop-duo sensation The Chainsmoker 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 Chainsmokers 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
“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 more 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.”
Dutch producer San Holo revisits his debut release on OWSLA‘s curated network NEST HQ “We Rise” with a stripped down, acoustic version of the tune. Following his 2014 Cosmos EP, “We Rise” jumpstarted the artist’s success in the genre and has garnered over 100 million streams across online platforms to date.Teased on his Diplo and Friends Mix last month, the acoustic version of “We Rise” highlights San Holo’s guitar-centric background with plucky chords, allowing the simple yet memorable lyrics — “we rise, we fall” — to drive the track.
Time for something a little more 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 FeldtFacebook | Twitter | SoundCloud | YouTube | Instagram
Electronic band, Fröst, share new single, ‘Keratin’.Fröst is a collaboration between Franco-Swedish sound artist Johanna Bramli (vocalist for Stereolab offshoot Imitation Electric Piano) and Fujiya & Miyagi’s synth player and producer, Steve Lewis.It’s the duo’s intention to take us on a journey whilst we listen to the ethereal track of colourful proportions rooted amongst minimalistic electronic beats.Enjoy!It’s the lead track from a forthcoming new 4 track EP due for release in May under the emerging record label Lost Room.
Midnight Mystery Club is the musical project of David Paul Newell, who continues to hit our indietronica buttons with new single, ‘Orange County’.It’s a steamy, synth-loaded love song with delicate vocals reminiscent of Peter Gabriel.
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!
After making it’s debut in ABGT 200 comes the release of this wonderful club mix featuring Justine Suissa. It is always exciting to see this beloved vocalist work with the trio again. While the song starts of with somber lyrics, the tone turns around as you reach the chorus. The message that, while things aren’t looking great right now, you’re gonna be ‘Alright Now’ is powerful. In a world of stress and worries, it is great to have music like this to pull us through tough days. Above & Beyond continue to embody trance and deliver the uplifting vibes.