Newly released through Sony Music Norway is “Cold Blood,” the brand new single from dance music duo Tungevaag & Raaban, and this track is set to be an instant winner. With US singer Jeffrey James taking on vocals, there is endless expression strewn across this steadily building single. With James' tones full of dynamic drive, The post Tungevaag & Raaban – Cold Blood ft. Jeffrey James appeared first on EDM Sauce.
The DA 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 soon-to-be-hits from Major Lazer, Martin Garrix, and Lost Kings. We’ve also highlighted a few left-of-center from Guy Gerber, Tiga, and On Planets, as well as selections from Louis The Child, The M Machine, and Oliver Heldens. Additionally, we’ve provided our top picks from within The DA Hot 25, highlighting two standout tracks.The Heat of the Week: Major Lazer – Run Up (ft. PARTYNEXTDOOR & Nicki Minaj)Shortly after Diplo dropped the news the release plan for Major Lazer would be singles, the supergroup released their next Caribbean-flaired radio hit, “Run Up.” Recruiting OVO’s PARTYNEXTDOOR and rap songstress Nicki Minaj, Major Lazer continue to prove their formula of dancehall, urban, and dance music is unmatched.The Breakout Select: Lost Kings – Quit You feat. TinasheLA’s Lost Kings finished the year off with their first single on RCA Records, “Phone Down,” and look to kick off 2017 with their next crossover anthem, “Quit You.” With Tinashe giving a sultry yet swaggy vocal performance, “Quit You” could be the dance-pop duo’s ticket to radiowaves with its infectious synth melodies and irresistibly catchy lyrics.Tune in each Friday, exclusively on Spotify, where The DA Hot 25 debuts weekly on our curator page.Follow Dancing Astronaut on Spotify
At long last, summer has graced New York City with it's presence. Rooftops are opening, DIY venues are worming their way into alley's, and the best part of all, an incredible amount of boat parties are lined up to get clubbers out and about in the sublime weather. As the title suggests, the wonderful people The post Fiction Presents: Summer Sunset Cruises appeared first on EDM Sauce.
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May 27, 2020 - St. Louis electronic/synthwave band GIANT MONSTERS ON THE HORIZON have released their new studio album, Live From Night City.
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Without question, Flume is one of the more brilliant minds in modern electronic music production. Apart from inspiring countless waves of innovation, he’s also one of the first to take notice of talent that take their own risks in exploring uncharted territory. To cap an eventful 2016, Flume has compiled a list of what he believes to be the top 10 tracks of the year. A shout-out to PC Music’s A.G. Cook makes the grade, and he goes on to acknowledge the experiments of Anohni, Andy Stott, Ngaiire, and throws some big hype out for his experience with Bonzai. “This year I was lucky enough to tour through Europe with Bonzai on support. There’s something really fresh about the rhythm in this track. I cant wait to hear what she does next!” 1. Bonzai – Bodhrán 2. Ngaiire – Diggin 3. Tourist – Run 4. Isaac Tichauer – Higher Level (Bicep Remix) 5. A. G. Cook – Superstar 6. Charlie XCX – Vroom Vroom 7. Andy Stott – Butterflies 8. Clams Casino – All Nite Feat. Vince Staples 9. The XX – On Hold 10. Anohni – Drone Bomb Me H/T Dancing Astronaut, Triple J This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Listen To Flume’s Top 10 Tracks Of 2016
Major Lazer and WizKid have joined forced on “Naughty Ride,” a dancehall inspired heater. The track’s slow, groovy beat and chilled out auto-tuned vocals seem to flex in the space between distinct genres. Half moombah, half R&B, this jam is the perfect soundtrack to any sweaty summer kickback. Read More: A R I Z O N A – Electric Touch (Bad Royale Remix)Major Lazer surprise with release stylistically eclectic EP, ‘Know No Better’
Newly released on Ultra Music and following on from dropping “Beautiful” through the platform earlier this year, comes “Don’t Stop” from Trinidadian producer London Future. Coming just in time to tide you over for the festive season, this single is effortlessly smooth and hits all the right spots. Fusing hints of Soca with the warm The post London Future – Don’t Stop ft. Jem Cooke appeared first on EDM Sauce.
Seven Lions has released a remix pack for the Where I Won’t Be Found EP. The pack includes three fantastic remixes by Dabin, Trivecta, and Xan Griffin. Three of the most talented names on the rise in music have each put their own spin on the latest releases from Seven Lions. First up is Dabin’s The post Seven Lions – Where I Won’t Be Found Remixes EP (Dabin,Trivecta,XanGriffin) appeared first on EDM Sauce.