Enhanced Music signs on Tom Ferry and Clear Six for a melodic house tour with Hayley May at the helm. “Nobody But You” is led by Hayley’s vocals, backed by the instrumental stylings of Tom Ferry and Clear Six. A feel good dance romp, the pair stir up a seamless blend of pop, disco and classic house. A vocal chopped break adds just a bit of modern polish to the otherwise disco-fueled release.
It’s most important day of the week: New Music Friday. With the overwhelming amount of tunes hitting the airwaves today, Dancing Astronaut has you covered with the latest edition of The Hot 25.
As 2018 winds down, Rusko cranks it back up with the release of the feisty “Mr. Policeman.” W&W try their hand at remixing Steve Aoki and BTS‘ “Waste It On Me,” and Galantis close the year with the reveal of their latest original, “San Francisco” with Sofia Carson. The Disciple Records team got together to create one massive holiday collaboration called “Fix The Rail.” NGHTMRE shows no mercy on a VIP remix of The Chainsmokers‘ “Save Yourself,” and Koven tap into Ilan Bluestone‘s new remix compilation with their take on “Another Lover.” Xilent and Chime team up for a hefty dubstep tune, “Twinkle,” and Promnite takes on Alexander Lewis‘ “Off Guard.” Throttle unveils a groovy new Spinnin’ release, “Like This,” and Lipless takes on Nervo in “Emotional.”
As each week brings a succession of new music from some of electronic music’s biggest artists, here’s a selection of tracks that shouldn’t be missed this NMF.
Sony Music and Armada frequenters TRU Concept have tapped fellow Brit and Armada veteran, Tom Ferry, for their latest futuristic house track, “Don’t Call Me Baby.” The production is armed with ardently vocals from Dee Ajayi. The three entities have converged for the collaboration through forces far more binding than luck. Ajayi previously joined the faction of producers for another pumping house production just over a year ago, “Play My Song.”
“Don’t Call Me Baby” combines Ajayi’s cheeky, though matter-of-fact vocals, with Ferry and TRU Concept’s elastic production for a fun, highly feminist (hence the title) dance floor concoction. The track’s wavering lead synth and thumping, four-on-the-floor beat add a lively allure to Ajayi’s calls for respect from the man in her life without discrediting her fervidly-delivered demands.