Sam Feldt ft. Akon – Yes (Original Mix)

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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.

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MUST LISTEN: Kygo debuted a new tune at a home show in Norway and it’s beautiful

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2017 is Kygo‘s year.

So far his hit “First Time” with Ellie Goulding has gone platinum, he’s released a documentary detailing his rise to fame on Apple Music, and hit a slew of the most reputable festivals around the world. Only continuing to build upon his wide range of successes, Kygo took to the stage and gave his fans a reminder that things are only looking up on the production front. In a show-stopping performance at his home in Norway, he unveiled a brand new track dubbed “Stargazing.”

Kygo later went on to upload the two brief, yet mighty clips to his Instagram story giving fans a tantalizing taste of what to expect on this gorgeous new track. Take a listen.


Via: EDM Sauce

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Kygo’s 2013 remix of Henry Green’s ‘Electric Feel’ is now on Spotify

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Many moons ago in October 2013, as one may recall, Kygo added his signature tropical house Midas touch to Henry Green‘s sultry cover of “Electric Feel.” Despite the remix being posted to both YouTube and SoundCloud, Kygo never received official clearance by the record labels in order for the song to end up on streaming platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music and Tidal.

The time has finally arrived four years later where Kygo’s take on “Electric Feel” can be added to any playlist, delivering endless summer vibes for listeners who want to groove to an easy beat, gentle guitar riffs, and soothing vocals. Kygo’s latest addition to Spotify follows the premiere of his documentary, “Stole The Show,” which debuted a couple of weeks ago at NYC’s Metrograph. With the warm remix of Henry Green’s “Electric Feel” resurfacing from the earlier stages of his career, we are reminded once again why we fell in love with Kygo from the start.

H/T: EDMSauce

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Felix Jaehn and Mike Williams team up for upbeat single ‘Feel Good’

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Mike Williams and Felix Jaehn have teamed up for their infectious new single “Feel Good.” The duo have been teasing the track at festival appearances all summer long and it’s official arrival has been hotly anticipated by both fanbases.

The song blends the best of progressive and tropical house with the vocals leading to an upbeat drop.  ‘Feel Good’ has both festival and radio potential, and is sure to be a hit for progressive and tropical house lovers alike.

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Felix Cartal & R3hab – Killing Time

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Canadian talent Felix Cartal has built his career upon whistful productions whose airy nature instantly takes the mind to a happy place. His latest release is a special collaboration with none other than Dutch veteran R3hab, who’s recently been exploring the future bass side of EDM production.

The two make a solid team, joining their respective styles into “Killing Time” —  a beach-ready record equipped with warm vocals and tropical kicks. Pianos run abound in “Killing Time,” which paired with the track’s low tempo makes for the perfect mold of a song that will assuredly click with the masses. Ultimately, the two have captured a sunny spirit in their collaboration that would brighten even the cloudiest day.



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Weekend Rewind: Relive the birth of tropical house with Klingande’s Thomas Jack mixtape

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Believe it or not, there was a time when Tropical House was a difficult sound to track down.  Before its vibes invaded the bona fide mainstream, those keen on the sound were forced into the unenviable task of wading through the annuls of SoundCloud in search of stray house tracks with a bongo or acoustic guitar.

For those who arrived early on the hype, Thomas Jack‘s SoundCloud page was a beacon of light. Though the producer has since branched out into fresher territory, his mix tape series featured a range of eclectic “tropical” artists—then, still fleshing out a sound that would come to dominate commercial dance music for several years.

At the time, production duo Klingande (that moniker now belongs to producer Cédric Steinmyller’s solo creations) were just drumming up traction for their infectiously sunny originals and their efforts for the series created a mix that stood apart at the time for its totally coherent tropical vibes.

Every second of this hour long mix is drenched in the sunny instrumentation embodied by the genre’s best tracks.  More than a few lush selects crop up along the way. Kungs‘ “To Describe You,” Robin Schulz & Lilly Wood’s “Prayer In C,” and Mozambo’s utterly infectious edit of Disclosure‘s “Latch” all make noteworthy appearances alongside, of course, the producer’s own genre defining track “Jubel.”

Though Jack and company have since made household names of themselves with their once unique sounds, this mix brings back memories of the early days when Tropical House was an exciting new brand of music.



1. Filous – Summer (Cover)

2. Noah – It Breaks Your Heart (Marv Edit)

3. Kungs & Mozambo ft. Molly – To Describe You

4. Klingande – Jubel (Nora En Pure Remix)

5. Lilly Wood & the Prick & Robin Schulz – Prayer In C (Robin Schulz Remix)

6. Granville – Le Slow (Les Filles Et Les Garçons Remix)

7. Clean Bandit – Extra (KG Remix)

8. Disclosure – Latch (Mozambo Remix)

9. The Chancellors – Cut Soul (Kungs Remix)

10. Lexer – My Princess (Vocal Version feat Philippe Heithier)

11. La Roux – Bulletproof (GAMPER & DADONI Remix)

12. The Weeknd – Devil May Cry (Fabich & Ferdinand Weber Edit)


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Listen to the sounds of Tomorrowland’s 2nd weekend with these live sets

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Tomorrowland is on the verge of wrapping up yet another year of successful festivities in its picturesque Boom, Belgium location. Quite a bit of growth took place this year, with the festival announcing its intent to be a two-weekend event moving forward, renewing its contract with the local government, and more recently, the announcement of a potential return of Tomorrowworld in the states come 2018.

Weekend 2 allowed artists another chance to bring their A-game to the table, and from the sets that are just beginning to trickle in thus far, it looks like they met the challenge. Those who missed out on this past weekend’s action can immerse themselves in an array of sets across all genres, from DJ Snake, to Kaskade, to Seth Troxler.

Keep watch on this post, as more sets will be added as they arrive.



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Exclusive: Luca Schreiner & Loé – Out of My Mind

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German rising star, Luca Schreiner, has been a notable force in the melodic space as of late with a resume that includes official remixes of Alesia Cara and Robin Schulz, original releases on Ultra Records, and a debut mix on The Radar. With an ongoing upward trajectory, the European producer continues to build out his catalog of crossover offerings with his new single “Out of Mind” with vocalist Léo. Towing the line between melodic house, tropical house, and dance-pop, Luca Schreiner utilizes a radiant combination of bright percussion, upbeat horn melodies, and energetic plucks to emulate the summertime mood in Europe currently.

Stream “Out of My Mind” exclusively on Dancing Astronaut below.

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Exclusive: Fedde Le Grand – Firestarter ft Shaggy, Ida Corr

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Fedde Le Grand wastes no time with a slow intro in his newest track “Firestarter,” which opens to Ida Corr’s powerful vocals and blaring saxophone accents. The song has a dancehall influence unheard in Le Grand’s previous releases, but the drop propels the song into his signature big room sound. Shaggy’s vocals compound the song’s Caribbean flair making “Firestarter” a rare blend of multiple genres.

Fedde Le Grand has long been known as one of the founding fathers of big room house, and he is one of the few producers who has stayed authentic to the sound he became known for as the industry evolved to progressive pop. While “Firestarter” is certainly more of a contrast in sound to his previous releases, Le Grand has found a way to experiment while staying true to the style fans know and love.

Le Grand has also used the release to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of his hit “Let Me Think About It” with Ida Corr. The song calls back the iconic old school electronic music movement he helped pioneer while “Firestarter” symbolizes the continuation of an incredible collaboration and an incredible career.

Listen to the track, premiered exclusively by Dancing Astronaut, and if you’re feeling nostalgic, travel back in time to Ida Corr and Fedde Le Grand’s 2007 collaboration, “Let Me Think About It.”



We The Kids – Billion (Original Mix)

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It’s been a strong start for TENACITY and their triumphant run of high-caliber electronic pop for 2017. Landing off the heels of Hymner’s “Apart,” the TEN sub-label employs Swedish newcomers We The Kids to forge a tropically tuned notch in the label’s bedposts.

A standout vocal performance from an uncredited male vocalist rides perfectly alongside the bouncy hooks and summer-proofed melodies of “Billion” – one of at least three reasons we are loving what the label is has brought to the table so far this year.

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