With the release of his debut album in 2017, Dutch powerhouse Sam Feldt showed the world just how versatile his sound can be. Over the course of 24 tracks, Feldt brought together tropical house, deep house and a more commercialized pop sound for an album that appeals to listeners of all persuasions.
Now, Feldt returns to release a follow-up remix album to From Sunrise to Sunset called After the Sunset. This 16-track remix LP features fresh takes on Feldt’s iconic tracks by artists like Breathe Carolina, Joe Stone, Zonderling, De Hofnar, and many more. Overall, the artists’ featured remixes bring energetic, club-ready sounds to Feldt’s original tracks, priming them for the dance floor. The LP is out now on Spinnin’ Records.
Kygo has officially released the remix package for his 2017 album, Kids In Love.
The original project featured artists such as One Republic, Jason Walker, John Newman, Wrabel and The Night Game, only to name a few. The remix package features twists from such artists as Gucci Mane, Alan Walker, Alok, and Sam Feldt, as well as acoustic versions of “Never Let You Go” and “Kids In Love.” Since the release of Kids In Love, Kygo has remained relatively quiet, aside from the remix package at hand and securing prime real estate on the Coachella poster this year. Where will the Norwegian DJ go next?
As the countdown to festival season continues, Tomorrowland has been gradually releasing the names that will grace the stages of one of the world’s most celebrated festivals. Along with the January announcements that brought on artists like Alesso, Alison Wonderland, Prydz, the Belgian festival has announced the addition of nearly 20 more artists to kick off February.
Fresh off of the success of his debut album, Sam Feldt has released an accompanying double project, Sunrise To Sunset. In October 2017, Sammy Renders, better known as Feldt, released a twelve track debut project titled Sunrise. The album appealed to a broad audience, encapsulating styles from deep house, tropical house, and commercial pop music.
Now, Feldt is back with more tropical sounds to satisfy his listeners insatiable desire to groove. The album acts as a double feature and includes twelve additional tracks to accompany the Sunrise project. The result: Sunrise To Sunset. On it, Feldt enlists a number of features from artists such as Sam Martin, Otis Parker, and Olivia Sebastianelli.
If listeners were content with the tropically influenced pop ballads on Sunrise, their joy will be doubled when they hear Sunrise To Sunset.
Hot off the heels of releasing his debut album, Sunrise, Spinnin’ Records wunderkind Sam Feldt has kicked off his North American tour. The Dutch DJ and producer is set to make stops in major cities including NY, LA, Miami and Chicago across the next two weeks.
This year alone, Feldt has experienced countless landmarks in his career such as joining Astralwerks Records in August and making his Hï Ibiza debut. His ‘From Sunrise to Sunset’ tour follows an earlier North American tour in June, which saw Sam land at festivals like Firefly, Paradiso and Mamby on the Beach.
Sam Feldt has big surprises in store for fans on November 23. Stay tuned to Dancing Astronaut’s Facebook to find out more.
Tickets to Sam Feldt’s tour can be purchased here.
Ruchir should be on the everyone’s artists to watch list this year, as the Dubai-based producer’s debut single, “Sleepless,” became the No. 1 electronic track on Soundcloud’s New & Hot/Overall charts. Following that single, his tracks have seen millions of streams worldwide, gaining support from industry tastemakers like The Chainsmokers, Sam Feldt, MAKJ and more.
The 18-year-old has a unique production style in which he’s able to merge a smooth R&B sound with modern nodes of future bass — demonstrated clearly on his new track, “Made of Gold,” featuring Deverano. The acoustic guitar and entrancing vocals mesh perfectly into a drop that includes sharp, harmonizing synths and a moving bass line.
When tropical house first emerged on the electronic music scene, there were a few players that rose to the top to dominate the genre quickly: Kygo, Thomas Jack, and Sam Feldt.
Feldt has always appealed to a broad audience, as he was one of the first to combine elements of pop, deep house, and tropical house which begat a more radio-friendly, commercial appeal.
Now, Feldt is ready to write a new chapter in his story. The producer returns with his first full length LP Sunrise, a 12-track experience that is set to have broad appeal. Though the seasons are changing to fall, Feldt’s Sunrise is sure to maintain the summer’s breezy vibes.
Tropical aficionado Sam Feldt and iconic singer Akon have teamed up for a playful original mix that keeps the summer vibes coming. “Yes,” out now on Spinnin’ Records, is a refreshing and fun collaboration between the two wildly talented artists.
The colorful music video features Akon playfully painting on a variety of dancing ladies with body paint. The video also features a smiling Feldt DJing behind the decks, along with a saxophone and trumpet player belting out catchy hooks. It’s simple, yet sweet, and perfectly showcases the vibe the song is exhibiting.
The music world hasn’t seen a Akon-featured song in a while, so hearing that legendary voice on a track is pleasant surprise. Those who grew up in the 2000s will be taken back to songs like “Right Now (Na Na Na)” and “Don’t Matter” just hearing the American-born Senegalese singer’s voice.
The song is the lead single from Feldt’s upcoming debut album Sunrise, out Oct. 6 on Spinnin’ Records.
In preparation for one of the world’s most esteemed dance music festivals, Lucas & Steve have stepped behind the decks to weave an exclusive Tomorrowland warmup mix for Dancing Astronaut readers. The Dutch duo are known for their 2016 single “Calling On You,” featuring Jake Reese, in addition to collaborating with and remixing tracks of artists such as Sam Feldt,Bassjackers, and Felix Jaehn.
The mix starts off on a soothing note, focused on deep house and smooth vocals before transitioning into a more upbeat house blend, culminating with enough energy to reflect the electrifying essence of Tomorrowland.
This year’s edition of the Belgian festival is set to span two weekends: July 21-23 and July 28-30.