Midsplit, A-SHO, and BLEM release buoyant new collaboration, ‘Good Dream’

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Midsplit, A-SHO, and BLEM collaboratively capture the spirited personality of summer in “Good Dream.” The trio deftly navigate the deep and tropical house genres in the buoyant tune. Elementally rich, “Good Dream” touts a variety of constructive embellishments. “Good Dream” derives a sort of rugged authenticity from its mellow, organic guitar melodies. Meanwhile, lush pads create a sonic softness that is offset by the single’s crisp drums.

BLEM’s alto vocal glides atop the low toned bass that anchors “Good Dream.” The lyrics are laidback and well poised for spirited sing-a-longs, the beat danceable. “Good Dream” embodies a carefree energy that will indubitably render the release a new favorite of electronic music enthusiasts.

A-SHO digs into a funky dance-pop groove on debut single, ‘Naked’

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A new electronic entity is making his way straight out of the ‘6’ to streamers’ speakers. The saying goes “actions speak louder than words,” and with the release of his first solo single, Toronto-based producer, A-SHO, brands himself a noteworthy newcomer to the dance scene.

Out via A-SHO’s recently minted artist collective and indie label, sadboy records, “Naked” digs into an effervescent dance-pop groove with plenty of playful flippancy–and funk. The track’s vocal is a sleek complement to the metallic rhythm of the beat. “Naked” isn’t A-SHO’s first flirtation with a production poised for hit status: 2017’s “Feel Something” collected more than one-million Spotify streams, and quickly secured a space within Canadian radio’s Top 40 chart.

Lunar Lunes: Luca Lush remixes MAX, Grabbitz and Sullivan King team up + more

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Each week, New Music Friday sweeps through with torrential force, showering streaming platforms with immeasurable amounts of new tunes. Just like Dancing Astronaut rounds up 25 of the biggest songs of the week for the Hot 25 Spotify playlist each New Music Friday, Lunar Lunes serves as a landing pad for SoundCloud users who want a whole new dose of tunes to kick off the work week.

Luca Lush has put a groovy spin on MAX’s “Love Me Less,” and HeRobust delivers his first solo venture of 2019, “BRUH?!” Dr. Fresch and VOLAC take to Tchami’s CONFESSION to release “Filthy” with Dread MC, and Sullivan King and Grabbitz team up for a powerful Monstercat collaboration, “Crazy As You.” Keanu Silva puts a bouncy spin on Oliver Heldens’ “Summer Lover,” and Kraysh returns to Mad Zoo to unleash “Void” with fknsyd. TheFatRat, Slaydit and Anjulie make a formidable trio on “Stronger,” and Ryan Browne brings the heaviest of bass on “BEATDOWN.” Alexander Lewis appears to “Soar” on his new original, and KARRA joins Tisoki on “Don’t Lie.” Lee Burridge and Lost Desert link for “Mibale,” and Baaku shares a remix of Madeon’s “All My Friends.” Saint Punk gives Win and Woo’s “Right In Front of Me” a deep and glitchy vibe, and Excision and Dion Timmer prove to be “Breaking Through” on their new collaboration.

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

A-SHO – Feel Something (Famba Remix)

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Bringing some fresh East Coast talent to assist the successful original release, Canadian producer Famba has come out with his take on A-SHO’s “Feel Something”.

With prior releases on Armada Deep and Epic Records, Famba’s  defined his sound with combination of electric-pop meets future-bass. He ports that style successfully to this lyric-laden single, adding a mesmerizing touch to the hit.

With a string reproduction to mark the beginning of 2018, fans are likely to be treated to a slew of releases and remixes over the upcoming months.