To long-time electronic dance music fans, Fedde Le Grand has been synonymous with Big Room House since his debut in the early 2000s. Lately, Le Grand has been focused on his new sneaker line, but he clearly hasn’t neglected his music career in the interim.The producer returns with a new single “Love’s Gonna Get You,” and the upbeat track is definitely going to be another mainstage hit.
Carry Me Away, featuring Game Chasers, is JES’s brand new dance track and I am here for it. From the soulful vocals JES is known for, to the saxophone instrumentals and the danceable uptempo beats, “Carry Me Away” is begging to be played at this year’s biggest festivals.
The song is a collaboration with the Game Chasers, who teamed up with JES on “Hold On”, a Grammy-nominated single. The joint effort resulted in such a great tune that Markus Schulz immediately requested to remix it into his own trance anthem.
Pete Dougherty has become established as one of Anjunadeep’s most compelling artists to watch over the past several years. As Moon Boots, Dougherty has made a name for himself both on the airwaves and at festivals for his deep, mesmerizing brand of production. In February, the producer released “Tear My Heart,” an upbeat – but, at times, otherworldly – house track, featuring vocals from Lulu James.
“The Feels,” from Justin Martin‘s album Hello Clouds, had a melodic airy tone, juxtaposed with deep bass guitar riffs, and was released sometime in early 2016. However Low Steppa, as well as Walker & Royce have recently released remixes of the tune on Dirtybird‘s label, respectively taking the song to new heights with tech house and bass vibes.
Warehouse parties are not rare in Brooklyn and ASOC Warehouse this past weekend did not disappoint. Opening was Lestat who went on at 10pm followed by Breaux at 11. … Read the rest
“Sexy Bitch” (also known as “Sexy Chick” in clean versions) is a song by French DJ David Guetta recorded for his fourth studio album One Love (2009). The song features vocals from Senegalese-American recording artist Akon. It was released as the second single from One Love internationally. The song was serviced to mainstream and rhythmic crossover radios on 1 September 2009 in the United States, through Astralwerks, together with Capitol Records.