Manila Killa links up with AObeats and songstress Shaylen on his new original track, the future-pop tune “I’m OK.” This isn’t the first collaboration for Moving Castle founders Manila Killa and AObeats; “I’m OK” marks the duo’s return since their 2015 hit “Helix 2.0” with Robotaki and Blaise Riley. In 2014, the pair also collaborated with Candle Weather, also known as one half of Hotel Garuda alongside Manila Killa, on a remix of Corona’s “Rhythm of the Night.”Out today via Big Beat Records and Moving Castle, the new track features Shaylen’s sultry voice which warms its break up anthem lyrics, “I took you off my Instagram/ And told my mom/ Now it’s official/ And I’m ok really ok.” Pop sensibilities mesh harmoniously with a smooth future bass drop on “I’m OK,” which was released with an accompanying neon-lettered visual.Feed off Shaylen’s confidence and get over an ex by learning the lyrics in the video above, and stream the track below:Read More: Enya – Only Time (Manila Killa Edit)Watch Manila Killa’s mini-documentary of his first hometown show in ManilaManila Killa – Youth ft. Satica (Remix EP)
“The Life Aquatic” is out now! No, we are not talking about the Wes Anderson movie. House producer Moon Boots has a new song that shares the same title. It is available through Anjunadeep records, and it certainly fits the label’s sound. The track captivates with noises fit for a dream. Xylophones and harps bring The post Anjunadeep Puts On Their Moon Boots Again appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Henry Fong gave the electro house treatment to “Ganja” by Bugle x Shaggy. Originally this tune was a fusion of dancehall and dubstep, keeping a chill vibe to it. Enter Henry Fong. The pace is reminiscent of reggae lyrically, while it keeps up with the electro house beat. The additions he added to this track pull The post Bugle x Shaggy – Ganja (Henry Fong Remix) appeared first on EDM Sauce.
With the establishment of Martin Garrix‘s STMPD Records — recently expanded to include a recording studio in Amsterdam — one would expect the label’s first release to be a version of ebullient, catchy house that turned its founder into one of the biggest stars in electronic music. However, Garrix has always maintained that the label would feature an eclectic range of artists and STMPD’s first official release confirms that.Leading STMPD’s vanguard is the self-titled single from mysterious duo Crash Land. With space-themed visuals and the track opening with a countdown, the track understandably opts for a mysterious, extraterrestrial hip hop vibe. A rumbling bass provides the foundation for infectious verses and atmospheric synths. For a debut — both from STMPD and Crash Land — the track’s quality is intriguing and portends good things to come from both.Read More:Martin Garrix has the best digs at CoachellaStream Cashmere Cat’s debut album, ‘9’BLU J – Light (Feat. Nevve)
The Hot 25 is the definitive playlist series running through dance music culture and hand-delivering you with the essential tracks of the week. Whether it’s the hottest or quickest trending tracks, brand new music from your favorite artists, or songs from the unknown that should be landing on your radar, Dancing Astronaut brings you 25 carefully selected records that reflect what’s happening in our world.This week’s playlist features highly-anticipated album releases from Cashmere Cat and Gorillaz; chilled-out favorites from Kygo, ODESZA, and Jerry Folk; and new heat from Whethan, Illenium, and Jason Ross.Additionally, we’ve provided our top picks from within The DA Hot 25, highlighting two standout tracks.The Heat of the Week: Gorillaz – She’s My Collar (feat. Kali Uchis)It would have been difficult to not choose a Gorillaz track as the heat of the week. “She’s My Collar” holds a nostalgic vibe reminiscent of the band’s signature sound and Kali Uchis provides the perfect counterpart.The Breakout Select: ODESZA – Late NightWhile ODESZA came out with their first track in two years with “Line of Sight,” “Late Night” came out hours later and arguably sounds more like old school ODESZA than its predecessor. Lead by a grungy bass guitar line, starry synth trickles, and atmospheric vocalizations, “Late Night” gives ODESZA fans hope for what’s to come on their third studio album.Tune in each Friday, exclusively on Spotify, where The DA Hot 25 debuts weekly on our curator page.
Cashmere Cat’s debut album, 9, was released today, April 28, and the general consensus thus far has been that it is dazzling. The highly anticipated album features instrumentals studded with exceptional vocals from an impressive list of collaborators, giving the Norwegian DJ’s debut LP potential for both critical and commercial appeal.9 includes a masterful list of artists that are featured on the album. “Quit” features vocals from the likings of Ariana Grande, giving the track a melodic and angelic sound alongside of Cashmere Cat’s rhythmic sound. In addition, The Weeknd, Jhené Aiko, Kehlani, Francis and the Lights, Ty Dolla $ign, Selena Gomez, Tory Lanez, and Camila Cabello make cameos.The album includes 10 full-length tracks and can be streamed below:Read More:Watch Cashmere Cat debut his collaboration with Ariana Grande VideoCashmere Cat (Feat. MØ & SOPHIE) – 9 (After Coachella)Watch Daft Punk and The Weeknd perform at the 59th Grammys