Friends and musicians, singer/ songwriter Jake Miller and DJ/producer Justin Caruso have teamed up to release the R&B-tinged pop banger, ‘Don’t Know You’.
You think you know someone, and then bam! they’re out of your life. How quickly something can change, and this song reflects the process that many of us have been through.
It’s out now on Big Beat Records.
Sounds like: Gryffin, The Him, Sam Feldt, Coach & Ref, The Chainsmokers
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The Him share their new track called ‘Secrets’.
The Dutch duo are getting a bit of a reputation for creating instantly appealing dance pop spillers with relatable lyrics and tropical flair.
Their new release, ‘Secrets’, features the vocals talents of Cub Rayan and is the type of song that you want to constantly click repeat on.
Sounds like: XY&O, Kygo, Sam Feldt, Gryffin, Spada
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Time for something a little more fun and risqué than our usual postings.
Originally from Chicago, GOLDHOUSE – the musical project of Grant Harris – is used to producing feel-good tracks that make you want to get down, and his new single, ‘Sex On Me’, does just that.
It’s our guilty pleasure release of the week!
It’s out now on Armada Deep.
Sounds like: Gryffin, Kygo, Sam Feldt
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UK based band Everywhere share their bright new number, ‘Man Up’, which features vocals by Swedish singer/songwriter Rebecca Nohr.
The band’s name is inspired by the quote “Good girls go to heaven, bad girls go everywhere” by former Cosmopolitan editor Helen Gurley Brown. Having already played the NME Awards alongside Django Django and Palma Violets, and supporting the Kaiser Chiefs, we suspect Everywhere fit into the latter part of category.
Hardly casual, the track considers what it’s like to be a man in the modern world, delving into themes about unfulfilled expectations.
Expect an album later this year.
Sounds like: ISLAND, Sam Feldt, Gryffin, Fickle Friends, Of Monsters And Men, Kid Astray, Oh Wonder
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Agatino Romero – You’ve Got Me To Love You
Meet Agatino Romero, a 25-year old producer from Hamburg.
He produces optimistic electronic music and his latest release, ‘You’ve Got Me To Love You’, is no exception.
The track offers up falsetto vocals, a nu-disco-inspired bass line and an off-key bridge. Listen below.
Sounds like: Gryffin, Goldroom, Robin Schulz, Klingande, Sam Feldt, The Him
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Bright Sparks – Wildfire
Whilst the sound of Bright Sparks might be familiar (they’ve been featured on tracks with Sam Feldt and MÖWE), ‘Wildfire’ is their first ever solo release.
Already working with high flyers (the track has also been produced by Years & Years producer Andy Smith (aka Lxury)), ‘Wildfire’ offers that flying electro pop that we love at Indietronica.
Bright Sparks will release their EP in early 2017.
Sounds like: Disclosure, Years & Years, Aluna George, Salt Ashes, Lxury, LA Priest, TCTS, Karma Kid, Le Youth, Moon Boots, Friend Within, Feist, Ben Khan, Oh Wonder
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Adam Jensen has many stories to tell about bar brawls, stabbings, guns and gangsters in his home city of Boston, but music has literally saved his life, having always being a central part of him from the age of nine, when he started playing piano.
Turning the negative into a positive has helped Adam get through some tough times, which probably explains the upbeat tone of his darkly-written songs.
His new single ‘DRUGS’ is not necessarily about drugs per se, but still shows signs of an addiction. We suspect it involves a girl.
Have a listen below, and we guarantee your heads will be bopping throughout.
Sounds like: Sam Feldt, The Him, Hotel Garuda
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The Him is the fresh and experimental production duo of Dutch citizens, Jeroen Kerstens and Steven Berghuijs, who have both managed to appease lovers of indie, deep house, nu disco and pop all in one.
Their new track, ‘Don’t Leave Without Me’ is slightly more dance-based than our usual posts, but it includes the pleasingly rich vocals of pop singer, Gia Koka (who is also a writer and producer), so we couldn’t say no.
Listen below and drift away to warmer climates.
Sounds like: XY&O, Kygo, Sam Feldt, Major Lazer, The Chainsmokers, Gryffin, Imogen Heap
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