Slowing it right down this hump day with FRND‘s self- song, ‘Be Happy’.Judging by the lyrics of the song, it appears that the two concerned are no longer friends, but it doesn’t stop us ing the overall positive vibes going on in ‘Be Happy’.
“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.
“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.
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.
“One More Time” is a song by French electronic music duo Daft Punk, first released as a single on 13 November 2000 and later included in the 2001 album Discovery. It is a French house song featuring a vocal performance by Romanthony that is heavily Auto-Tuned and compressed. The music video of the song forms part of the 2003 animated film, Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem.
“Killing Strangers” is a song by American rock band Marilyn Manson from their ninth studio album, The Pale Emperor (2015). It was written and produced by the eponymous lead singer and Tyler Bates, and was first released when it appeared in Keanu Reeves’ 2014 film John Wick.
Dublin-based producer Jay Pryor is light on information at the moment, but his recent releases have the eyes and ears of many turning towards his newfound sound. His recent remix of Digital Farm Animals’ “True” is no exception as he turns the original single into a piano and bass driven deep house gem. The young producer highlights the song’s deeper components, further enriching it with light-hearted percussion and a swirling piano flairs to bring this track to the forefront.