Chemical Surf and their fellow Brazilians Mevil and Enigmix have teamed up for a new release on Dim Mak’s House imprint – A Good One. The result is a hypnotizing single “Bad For U,” featuring a driving bassline, rhythmic kick drums, and synths, alongside sultry vocals. As the weather heats up and parties really start to kick off, “Bad For U” is bound to be in heavy rotation on dance floors around the globe. It follows Chemical Surf’s recent track “KIDS” with Jetlag Music., which dropped on Spinnin’ Records last month, as well as their latest Dim Mak release – “Dale Loca” with Anna Marchesini from October 2022.
“‘Bad For U’ is a secret weapon in our sets since we made it. It’s making big crowds dance and also working very well in the clubs, and that’s why we are playing this song everywhere. Finally, it’s time to share it with the world. When we received the first idea from Mevil and Enigmix, we felt it could be something special. We worked on all the drums, build-up, construction of the track, and some details on the synths, and also mixed and mastered it later by ourselves. After that, we all were very happy with the result.” — Chemical Surf
“This is my 2nd collab with Enigmix and my 3rd with Chemical Surf. I was looking for a groovy song, so he sent me the vocals, and I got hyped since the first play on it. Then I just put the vocal on FL Studio, and 2 hours later, the main idea of the song was done.” — Mevil
“After Mevil sent me the main idea, I added a few synths and improved the whole groove of the song, and we decided to reach out to Chemical Surf for a collab :)” — Enigmix
Brazilian brother duo Luca and Hugo Sanches are together behind Chemical Surf which has become known for their high energy and rhythmic style. They have recently worked with Kaskade, Steve Aoki and put their own spin on MEDUZA’s “Tell It To My Heart” and many others. Prior to releasing on Dim Mak, Chemical Surf’s music has found a home on labels such as Spinnin’ Records, STMPD RCRDS, Musical Freedom, Armada, Sony, and Warner, to name a few. Chemical Surf challenges the electronic music status quo by breaking the lines between genres. With high musical sensibility. Keep an eye out for more coming from these talented rising stars very soon.
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Best Soulful House Music: David Anthony, Dani Vasser – I Keeps It Moving
From the very first notes of “I Keeps It Moving,” it exudes the best Soulful House music vibes. Of course, this new release not only showcases David Anthony‘s commitment to quality but also introduces the amazing vocals of Dani Vasser.
Subsequently, her seductive voice gracefully intertwines with the soothing melodic lines, producing a harmonious delight for your ears, even when she raps. In other words, the singing part infuses an extra layer of charm into the instrumentals.
Furthermore, the irresistible chorus of “I Keeps It Moving” will hold your attention from beginning to end. David Anthony’s reputation is built upon his meticulous approach to production, and he has succeeded in creating one of the best Soulful House music experiences to date.
“I Keeps It Moving” offers a choice between two versions – one featuring vocals and the other without. No matter which you prefer, this cut is destined to boost your mood.
Overall, here the sound feels fresh, hook-laden, and sure to inspire some serious footwork.
In the next few days, if this new track reaches widespread acclaim, David Anthony could easily find himself topping the charts and dominating the airwaves. I strongly recommend taking the time to read this interview in order to learn more about Planet Hum, his label.
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Peggy Gou’s Music Video “Nanana” Brings The Island Vibes To Life
Peggy Gou, the Korean-born sensation in the House music scene, is back with a bang after nearly two years of anticipation. Her latest release, “(It Goes Like) Nanana,” is not just a song; it’s a sonic journey to an island paradise. This track, along with its accompanying music video, promises to be the summer anthem you’ve been waiting for.
Without question, “(It Goes Like) Nanana” is the kind of tune that instantly transports you to a serene island getaway. With its Balearic-inspired rhythm and bright melodies, Peggy Gou’s latest creation exudes irresistible laid-back island vibes.
Moreover, it’s a musical cocktail that blends her own vocals with guitar-style notes, making it the perfect soundtrack for those sunny days and warm nights.
Have you ever experienced that indescribable feeling of love, warmth, and excitement when you’re surrounded by friends and loved ones, and the energy just speaks for itself? Well, Peggy Gou captures that sentiment flawlessly with this banger.
While it might be challenging to put into words, the song itself goes nanana, conveying that special emotion that is hard to express.
What’s more, the video director behind the visuals is none other than Thomas Hardiman, with Peggy Gou as the creative mastermind behind the lens. Also, the clip feels like a piece of art that perfectly complements the song’s dreamy aesthetics.
Beyond the magical landscapes of Ibiza, this single is in fact an early teaser of her highly-anticipated debut album.
In short, I love the way she offers a breath of fresh air in the world of electronic music. Stay tuned for more incredible gems via her socials below.
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Eliza Rose’s New Music Video “Pleasure Peak” Is Set In Ibiza
Eliza Rose collaborates with the renowned House music icons, The Martinez Brothers, for an incredible club jam titled “Pleasure Peak.” Best of all, it features Ibiza as the setting of the music video.
Furthermore, you can expect the sound of the classic Chicago House bassline from start to end. The pulsating beats, drums, and dreamy synthesizers also work their magic.
Last month, Eliza teamed up with the Martinez Brothers for a gig at Hï Ibiza, where they dropped this track for the first time. The crowd went nuts, it was epic! And they’ve also got this cool music video directed by Isaac Lamb, filmed in the Balearic Islands. It’s got vibes from iconic videos by artists like Missy Elliot, Aaliyah, Kylie, and others.
In the visuals, you’ll see these awesome artists having a fun time on the sunny island. They go sailing on a yacht, drive around in a Jeep, and eventually hit the club. This shows the different sides of a perfect day and night in Ibiza, just like how the song itself has both bright and dark elements.
Lastly, “Pleasure Peak” is a sexy cut you can enjoy during the last days of summer or on your next holiday.