French producer R-Wan sets the tone for carefree romance with his new track “Take Me Away” featuring singer Mike Jay. A delicate melody scintillates over Jay’s soulful vocals, slowly morphing into a deep, groovy bassline that will have bodies moving together all over the dancefloor. Instrumental piano breaks intertwine with the driving bassline to evoke a feeling of breezy spontaneity in “Take Me Away” that encourages meeting that attractive stranger in the club, or booking that flight to an exotic locale. R-Wan has built his name on his ability to consistently create quality tracks with an ever-evolving sound, and “Take Me Away” is another example of his prowess; he has created a deep house inspired, funky track that is very different but just as flawless as his past hits. With summer closer than ever, “Take Me Away” is the perfect track to inspire your next impromptu indulgence.
With a knack for creating unique, open-format production with dance floor credibility, R-Wan has established himself as a new trailblazer in the electronic music industry. His high-profile collaborations, like the hit “High” with DJ Chuckie,”What The F*ck” ft. Fatman Scoop and “Turnt Up” ft. Snoop Dogg have earned him global acclaim and multiple awards. In 2013, he was named Best Open Format DJ on DJ List, along with multiple Top 10 positions on Beatport. In 2016, he earned a coveted spot in the Top DJ Mag 2016 list at #121. Last year, R-Wan released his “Noise in My Head” EP, a four-track extended play of his original productions featuring standout artists Farah Ash, Big Ali, Shockman and MC Spyder. With an already strong resume and more groundbreaking music on the way, the stage is set for R-Wan to make more headlines this coming season.
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N2BLÜ Shares Haunting Lyric Video For “Hurricane”
Sometimes, there’s nothing that can save a broken relationship, especially when you can’t handle a “Hurricane” of emotions. The American-based magnificent duo guarantees lyrics are relatable even when things get complicated in your love life. Furthermore, N2BLÜ‘s signature Dance-Pop melodies never fail to amaze you. The dramatically delivered, intensely emotive vocals is the best part of it. I would dare to say it’s as incredible as their previous single “Match My Crazy” due to its high quality that is worth being at the top of the charts. Well, lyrics videos are useful these days, so do yourself a favor and check this out!
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BEAUZ Create Dance-Pop Version Of Mike Posner’s “Please Don’t Go”
Mike Posner’s “Please Don’t Go” gets a remake by the American production duo BEAUZ. Sometimes, artists are afraid to give new life to classics, but in this case, the outcome is quite favorable. Perhaps, you may wonder what’s so original on this cover. Well, I would praise the new female vocals from Cappa and its poppy flair to it. Add to this, their signature oriental-esque sounds, plus, taking the original into a Brazilian bass house zone. Therefore, they’re injecting a different kind of energy, which emerges as something innovative in a positive way. Give it a try below.
From the very start of their artistic careers, BEAUZ took Avicii’s work not only as their source of inspiration but also as a reference for their upcoming dancey gems. On a side note, the brothers gained popularity via YouTube by sharing tutorials and authentic productions with millions of viewers from all over the world. Nowadays, they never tire of performing their live DJ sets at large festivals and will surely continue redefining the future of EDM on the go!
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You Need To Hear Jupiter Jayne’s Catchy Songs Before Anyone Else
Los Angeles-based Bernard Gunter aka Jupiter Jayne knows first-hand creativity is all about experimenting. For this reason, when he first discovered the Magix Music Maker software, he never thought of the incredibly catchy songs he was able to compose. In fact, at the age of 17, he dropped his debut track entitled “Perfume”. Drawing on influences from Prince, Queen, and Lady Gaga. Jupiter Jayne wants to become a referent in today’s Dance-Pop realm. Above all, he embraces a multifaceted vision not only as a singer but also as a songwriter and producer.
Growing up in South Africa, he gained a lot of valuable experience from an early age, especially, as a piano player. I have no doubt he is still the soul of celebrations at family events. Surprisingly, one of his latest tracks, “Hello Adele” is starting to get attention locally and abroad via Spotify. Despite its simplicity, it feels very radio-friendly to me. You’ll get engaged quickly with its upbeat melody and vocals. Be ready to sing along and add it to your favorite playlist immediately!
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Nicky Romero And Timmy Trumpet Join Forces For Club Track “Falling”
After releasing his dance-pop crossover earlier this month, Nicky Romero returns to heavier beats on his new single “Falling”. Romero teamed up with fellow dance music veteran Timmy Trumpet for the track, which delivers all the elements of a tried and tested club anthem. Opening with enthusiastic melodies and soaring vocals, “Falling” kicks into high gear at a heart-pounding 138 beats per minute during its crescendo. Romero and Trumpet have already tested it out in their live sets, including during their b2b during ADE 2019 and at Echostage in Washington, DC, to rave reactions. This is a track for fans craving a classic party starter as well as new listeners waiting for an introduction to real club life. Let’s hope this isn’t the only collaboration we get from these two talented artists this year.
After taking the world by storm with early hits such as “Legacy” (with Krewella) and #1 single “I Could Be The One” (with Avicii), Nicky Romero quickly proved that his talent is ever-evolving and here to stay. After launching his Protocol Recordings imprint in 2012, the renowned performer, producer, and label head continued his personal successes with a string of high-profile releases, ranging from collabs with Mike Williams & Amba Shepherd, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, W&W, DallasK & XYLØ and Steve Aoki & Kiiara to remixes for the likes of Kygo, Rita Ora, David Guetta, Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix, Jess Glynne and more. All the while showcasing his label’s roster via his weekly Protocol Radio show, Nicky Romero continues to touch down across the globe for his incredible live performances, including residencies at Las Vegas’ Hakkasan and Omnia and his annual performance at Ultra Music Festival in Miami. Timmy Trumpet is a multi-platinum artist who most recently showcased his “World At Our Feet” world tour with over 60 dates and hosted stages at Tomorrowland and Creamfields. He will also be a special guest on Steve Aoki’s upcoming “Neon Future IV” tour across North America. With exciting collaborations like “Falling” now under their belt, rest assured that this is bound to be a huge year for both Nicky Romero and Timmy Trumpet.
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Yellow Claw’s “Supernoize”, 1st Single From Forthcoming ‘Hard In Bangkok’ Album
Barong Family’s driving force Yellow Claw just dropped “Supernoize” with Juyen Sebulba, featuring RayRay – the premier single from the label’s upcoming ‘Hard In Bangkok’ album, scheduled for a release in late March. The Dutch duo holds nothing back in this hard-hitting bomb of a track, which delivers a relentless bassline and assaulting synths from start to finish. “Supernoize” is primed for the club and festival circuit; you can almost imagine the Barong crew heading out into the balmy Bangkok lights for a night of hedonism. The forthcoming LP was made during Barong Family’s five-day studio camp in Thailand’s capital city, where fourteen international artists came together to create an inspiring creative space, make great music together, and document everything in the form of photos and videos. ‘Hard In Bangkok’, as a result of the artists’ gathering, will feature 20 new tracks from such artists as Rawtek, Nonsens, Stoltenhoff, Lil Texas, LNY TNZ, and more, as well as fresh sounds from Yellow Claw themselves, including the brand new “Supernoize”.
Jim Taihuttu and Nils Rondhuis are the talented duo behind Yellow Claw, the electronic music artist project that has been changing the game in bass music since 2013. Their heavy, hip-hop-influenced, and club-ready sound began on their early tracks like “DJ Turn It Up” and “In My Room” ft. Ty Dolla $ign & Tyga – which collectively are about to surpass 300M streams on Spotify alone. Yellow Claw’s 2015’s debut album “Blood For Mercy” hit #1 on Billboard’s Heat Seekers Chart, Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart, and scored an Edison Award – the Dutch equivalent of GRAMMY. They haven’t slowed down since, with a packed tour calendar that included last year’s epic takeover of the LA’s iconic Shrine Auditorium to a crowd of 7K people, and their work with Barong Family label. Juyen Sebulba is one of the artists who found a home on Barong after working alongside Yellow Claw, Laidback Luke, and Good Times Ahead as well as producing official remixes for DJ Snake, Boys Noize and Major Lazer, and releasing on Diplo’s Mad Decent and Mixmash. Taiwanese RayRay’s reputation for injecting a savage signature sound into her music floated past the ears of Yellow Claw, who signed RayRay to Barong Family in 2018. She performed at such major events as ADE, SXSW, Glastonbury, Sonar Music Festival, and released on Tiësto’s Musical Freedom, Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak, and Spinnin’ Records. Stay tuned for more tracks from ‘Hard In Bangkok’ coming soon to see what’s next from the Barong Family’s crew.
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