Vintage Culture and Ricci join the Spinnin Records family and team up for a brand new deep house jaunt “Later.” A cocktail of half sex, half house, the duo craft an infectiously funky track that pits two of Brazil’s most exciting talents against one another in a dark duel of sultry synths.
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.
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
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.
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.
Breathe Carolina and Dropgun have proven to be an idyllic pairing. Recruiting burgeoning vocalist Kaleena Zanders, the artists have forged an enthralling cover of Snap’s “Rhythm Is A Dancer,” which plays upon the original classic’s disco aesthetic while presenting an contemporary house clip fit for summer festival sets.
Alan Walker has captured the electronic world’s attention over his short time in it with his alluring brand of bass-driven music. His singles, “Alone,” “Faded,” and “Sing Me To Sleep” have gained substantial traction and support from multitudes of producers, thus allowing him to climb the ranks to A-list status by 2017.For his newest release, the producer has paired with vocal powerhouse Gavin James to create a touching composition “Tired.” James offers reassuring verses with his usual emotive approach, while Walker provides moving underlay with pitched-up synth bursts and a simple, yet impactful top line that flows well over the track’s bass-line.“Tired” has already amassed over four million views on YouTube, speaking to the reach and appeal of both artists involved.
Shane 54 embarked on his solo career just around a year ago, and has since showed off his affinity for creating music that blends nostalgic progressive and contemporary trance elements together with catchy vocals.
“First Time” has already earned the support of Armin van Buuren, who tested the piece out to positive reviews on the most recent ASOT episode on May 18.