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October – Months Of Good Music!

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Felix Cartal – Hold Tight (Official Video)

In a world where adversity and diversity constantly threaten to tear us apart, dance music culture has always provided a safe haven of unity. Felix Cartal emulates this feeling in his new release “Hold Tight,” the B-side track to his recent hit “Get What You Give.” Though the track only possesses one lyrical sampling—its namesake “Hold Tight“—it conveys an emotionally powerful message through its euphoric and yet wistful melodies. It’s a song for the tough times, when everyone needs to know there’s a light at the end of the tunnel; it’s a song for the good times, too, when it seems as though life couldn’t possibly be better. “I liked the Hold Tight phrase, which I sampled from “Get What You Give“, as a theme,” says Felix, “I think embraces are very powerful, and the mood of the song has this sort of unresolved feeling – like we are all searching for a moment of togetherness.” This one could be a tear-jerker or a complete bliss-out experience at a live show. In either case, Cartal proves that sometimes, all you need is a hug. “Hold Tight” is released in collaboration between Polydor Records, Capitol Records, and Physical Presents and the single just got its official music video.

VHS Collection – Fire (Viceroy Remix)

NYC-based VHS Collection share the Viceroy remix of their single “Fire” via Earmilk . “We all have a devil on one shoulder and “Fire” is dedicated to him,” the band explains, “We are super excited to share our friend Viceroy’s 80s influenced, summer-vibes remix of our latest single.  We’ve been driving around with the windows down, blasting this track for the last few days and hope you all enjoy doing the same.” Stay tuned for details on VHS Collection’s debut LP, due out later this year.

Juke Ross (Autograf Remix) – “Colour Me” (Autograf Remix)

Autograf continue to grow in various aspects of art culture, having recently opened a Future Factory art gallery in Bangkok, featuring Joan Cornella as the opening exhibition. This side to the project will come as no surprise to fans of the band, who designed and built their own lighting rig for their last US tour. The guys just revealed their own streetwear line as well. A By Autograf combines their passion for a perfect intersection between art, fashion and music.

SNBRN & Blu J – You Got Me (Christofi & Noah. Remix)

LA based dance music producers, “Christofi” and “Noah.”, team up to create a genre blending, melodic bass & guitar driven remix for SNBRN / Blu J. They blended their styles seamlessly and vamped up the original’s energy with an organic, live instrument flare. Pulsing energetic synths in the drop are intertwined with melodic acoustic guitar riffs as the song leaves something for every electronic music lover to enjoy and dance to.

Notaker & Declan James – Who I Am (feat. Karra)

I’m coming here with a brand new release from Notaker. After delivering unique tracks such as “Abyss” (released on mau5trap) and an official remix for Gareth Emery’s “Saving Light”, the young producer is back on Monstercat with his brand new single – “Who I Am”, which is in the same time a prelude to Notaker’s forthcoming 5-track Genesis EP (coming out in late October). For “Who I Am” Notaker teamed up with his fellow producer Declan James and a singer/songwriter Karra.

Juventa – Freefalling

A name long associated with Enhanced, Juventa returns to the label in a triumphant new slice of the Dutch producer’s unmistakable vocal style with ‘Freefalling’.

Matching his experimental current outlook, ‘Freefalling’ delivers a typically meticulous Juventa production packed full of inspiring new techniques, melodic intricacies & soothing pads that have come to define his newfound artistic direction.

Vanrip feat. Anthony Kalabretta – The Coast

Vanrip returns to Enhanced hot from the extensive success of his previous records, ‘Music Sounds Better With You’ & ‘Find Your Love’ – in his third single ‘The Coast’, Vanrip once again delivers his infectious sound in a stunning vocal collab alongside Anthony Kalabretta.

Merging his Future House-tinged sound with Anthony Kalabretta’s wispy vocals, ‘The Coast’ delivers a perfectly matched coming together of feel-good energy, Vanrip’s trademark guitar plucks accompany unmistakeable percussion whilst Anthony Kalabretta’s vocals flow effortlessly alongside.

Generik – So High (Tha Boogie Bandit Remix)

Calvin Harris’s protege and Las Vegas superclub OMNIA resident DJ, Generik, premiered his latest track “So High” last week on Billboard Dance. This week Tha Boogie Bandit, Flowidus, and Herzeloyde are on remix duty for the official So High Remixes EP, out everywhere.

Tha Boogie Bandit’s future bass+trap take on Generik’s soulful “So High” garnered early support from David Guetta (DJ Mix 379), Dyro (WOLV Radio 139), The Aston Shuffle (Friday Night Shuffle),VINAI (We Are 203), Eva Shaw (Evalution Radio 073).

GoldFish & Soran – Hold Your Kite

AMSTERDAM, October 6th, 2017 – From day one, GoldFish have chosen to carve their own path to success instead of taking shortcuts, an ambitious mindset that has already inspired four award-winning albums. But today, this Electronic Music duo has raised the bar even higher with a body of work that’s kaleidoscopic and unified like a great night out should be. ‘Late Night People’ is here.

Dzeko & Jonas Hahn feat. Richard Craker – Sleepless

“Sleepless” by Dzeko & Jonas Hahn feat. Richard Clarke represents a great example for international high-quality teamwork. Dzeko from Toronto is playing the game close to big names like Tiesto. Through his releases on Dim Mak, Musical Freedom or Spinnin’ Records, Dzeko is having a big impact on our international dance scene. Already well known for his world-wide hit “L’amour Toujours”, he teamed up with german producer Jonas Hahn. “Sleepless” is the result of their genius collaboration.

X-Change & Ultimate Rejects – Stuck With Me

Check out our brand new collab “Stuck With Me” that blends elements of the Caribbean with EDM and Pop!

Avazesa – Status feat Marcus Patrick

The latest single from Avazesa takes cues from pop and EDM and tackles the tough subject of social media and image blurring the lines of relationship, self-image and communication

The Chainsmokers – Break Up Every Night (Two Friends Remix)

 After being put top of The Chainsmokers’ list of most underrated dance artists in a recent reddit thread, and having been asked personally by the duo to rejig the track, this remix has been a long time coming. It does not disappoint either, with Two Friends aptly rising to the challenge, imprinting their signature style on the record to great effect. Transforming it from an indie pop song into a multi-layered future bass anthem, Matt and Eli (Two Friends) show why they have acquired a reputation for being some of the best remixers on the circuit.

Delta Heavy & Dirty Audio – Stay ft. Holly

Two bass music heavyweights – UK’s own Delta Heavy and LA-based Dirty Audio have teamed up for a solid, cross-over piece that incorporates dubstep, drum & bass vibes and euphonious top line from Holly (I believe that’s a unique combination). “Stay” just has been released via a top-shelf label from Canada – Monstercat.

Left/Right + jACQ – BAD (Worthy Remix)

Left/Right & JACQ are on a mission in 2017 and the remixes of their single ‘BAD’ are taking things to the next level. After the successful launch of Left/Right’s Shadows Selection album, some huge singles and a mad summer tour schedule; Left/Right is back with another heavyweight remix package alongside his songwriter/vocalist partner in crime, JACQ.

La+ch – Lady

La+ch’s fourth offering from his new experimental project none. QUOTE FROM LA+CH: “I really wanted to create a conversation between the lady and the man, you can hear them sing to each other sexually.”

You can look hard for a meaning or some kind of narrative…don’t think. Just listen, and I promise you’ll understand La+ch and why he does what he does. —- EARMILK

Avazesa – Last Night feat Marcus Patrick (Prod by Mantra)

“Last Night” dropped Aug 30, 2017
Produced by Mantra Beats and featuring Marcus Patrick
Hip-hop/Pop/Dance

really cool tune you should check out !

Bruno Martini, Timbaland – Road ft. Johnny Franco

Brazilian superstar musician, vocalist and producer Bruno Martini has teamed up with Timbaland for his latest single ‘Road’, released today.

‘Road’ is the first of many collaborations with the master producer, due for release in the future. The song features vocals from Johnny Franco, and blends Bruno Martini’s signature sound of electronic country-rock, blues, dance and pop.

Kwaku – Medicine

Medicine is about how Kwaku’s past actions have come back to bite him. Throughout the song, he tells a story about the difficulties of starting a serious relationship because of his past actions and now she’s playing games with him. Giving him a taste of his own medicine. The track has a heavy EDM/dance influence but stays true to his Hip-Hop/R&B sound.

Bonnie X Clyde + Purge – Torn

Bonnie X Clyde give a voice to some of the most-often repressed aspects of humanity in their new release “Torn.”. The track peels back the layers of defense we so often build to lay vulnerable emotions bare, brought to life by Bonnie‘s crystalline voice and accented with their signature harmonious bass and futuresque synths. True to form, this BXC‘s track is cathartic while also being easy to groove to. Throw “Torn” on for those long, night drives or even when you’re searching for a song to dance to with that special someone. “We all deal with the feeling of being torn in some way or another,” say Bonnie X Clyde of the inspiration behind the new track. “Torn is about expressing your true, raw feelings and coming to terms with them…and understanding it’s ok to need help and to not be ok all the time.” For their listeners, BXCcontinue to be a beacon of light in times of personal strife, when music is the best form of therapy. “Torn” was produced in collaboration with the mysterious duo Purge, who gained recognition from their debut EP, “Feel Your Love“, which was released and supported by Skrillex‘s Nest HQ and OWSLA camps. Their haunting, genre-bending design is the perfect compliment to Bonnie X Clyde‘s music.

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