Tchami Bids “Adieu” With New Track

All puns aside, the last thing we expected was Tchami to drop a new track right as his Prophecy Tour kicked off this week. Set to hit numerous cities in North America, the Prophecy Tour will keep Tchami busy over the next several weeks, but the Parisian producer nears the end of the first week of the tour by dropping an entirely new track. The best part? It takes his music in a familiar yet exciting new direction.

“Adieu” finds Tchami exploring a more uplifting side of his sound, one with almost tropical-sounding percussion, soft synths and a powerful sample. A fuzzy warble punctuates the track, hinting at Tchami’s darker side before he rings it in in favor of a more house-inspired mood. Originally known for his future house songs with glitchy vocal samples and dark synths, “Adieu” contrasts to Tchami’s signature sound without sounding alien, a rare feat for a producer known so well for a darker persona. We’re intrigued to see if he explores more of this lighter, house-inclined sound in the future, but for now we are happy to see Tchami step into the light.

Listen to “Adieu” below:

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Source: Tchami Bids “Adieu” With New Track

The Chainsmokers, Migos & More Reveal Their Favorite Superbowl Halftimes Of All Time

In anticipation of Lady Gaga’s halftime performance at this Sunday’s Superbowl, Billboard reached out to several of music’s most notable figures to ask their favorite and most memorable halftime shows from history. From Migos to The Chainsmokers to Mike Will Made It, the music industry’s most recognizable names chimed in to give their best Superbowl throwbacks just in time for this weekend’s game.

Andra Day, Mario and The Chainsmokers’ Alex Pall said that, in their opinion, the best halftime show ever was performed by the late Michael Jackson during Superbowl XXVII. Even though Jackson was his favorite, Alex Pall said that from now on, Bruno Mars and Beyonce should take over halftime shows.

“We still don’t know how he teleported around the stadium like he did but it was the most awesome thing ever. But since Michael is gone, we need to just let Beyonce and Bruno do every Super Bowl henceforth, no discussion. I’m pretty sure the entire world would get on board with this plan.”

Jeezy was in agreement with Pall, as he cast his vote for Bruno Mars’ Superbowl XLVIII show. “I like that guy, man. We should get in the studio — I have to hit him up.”

Migos’ Quavo said that Janet Jackson’s Superbowl XXXVIII show was the most memorable, while Chase Bryant chose The Rolling Stones and their Superbowl XL performance.

Finally, Mike Will Made It chose Beyonce as his favorite halftime performer, citing her iconic Superbowl 50 showcase.

 

Source: Billboard | Image: Rukes

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Source: The Chainsmokers, Migos & More Reveal Their Favorite Superbowl Halftimes Of All Time

Watch These College Kids React To Daft Punk [Video]

If you’re reading this, you know who Daft Punk are. You know they’re an iconic French duo, considered legends of electronic music, and have been around since the ’90s. You know their names, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, you know their albums, and for damn sure you’ll recognize their classic tunes off the first beat… It’s a bit hard not to sound the slightest bit snobbish when they get brought up, because any fan worth their salt just gets it.

So join me in cringing while watching these college kids react to Daft Punk, not really sure what to make of Homework or Interstella 5555, and then gleefully joining in when they’re finally treated to the Grammy-winning “Get Lucky.” Thankfully, the second half of the clip is dedicated to chronicling duo’s rich and influential history, so there’s no need to seek out these plebes and tell them yourself.

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Source: Watch These College Kids React To Daft Punk [Video]

Hardwell Releases 2017 Edit Of “Spaceman” For Free For 48 Hours

Hardwell just made our 2017 a little more bearable with this unexpected edit of “Spaceman,” featuring new vocals from Bright Lights!

Hardwell was playing HOA302 today and dropped this during the set, and further surprised fans by offering it up as a free download for 48 hours only, beginning today 2/3. With the new vocals from Bright Lights, even this classic feels re-energized and ready for the new year.

Listen below:

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Source: Hardwell Releases 2017 Edit Of “Spaceman” For Free For 48 Hours

Chase N. Cashe & Jansport J Unveil ‘The Black Jesus Project’

The two talents team up for a quickstrike EP.

Mila J – “F*ckboy”

The LA sonsgress is not for the f*ck sh*t.

Fly Ty – “Large Bag” f. Offset & Jadakiss (Video)

Larger guns.

Lil Durk – “Internet” f. Young Thug

Keyboard thugs need hugs.

Listen To Landis’ New Remix Of “In My Head” By Party Favor feat. Georgia Ku

Easily the most beautiful track from his recent EP, Party Favor’s “In My Head” featuring Georgia Ku just got a phenomenal house remix from Landis.

Making sure to keep Ku’s gorgeous vocals entirely intact, Landis instead puts a little groove in the track with a modified bassline and some added piano chords, just to make it a little more vibrant.

We guarantee you’ll be shuffling and bouncing your head to this for weeks – it’s insanely catchy.

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Source: Listen To Landis’ New Remix Of “In My Head” By Party Favor feat. Georgia Ku

Kaskade Tries To Troll Eric Prydz And Above & Beyond, But It Didn’t Go As Planned

Kaskade just pulled a major troll on his fans this afternoon, when he announced that he was going to be in Miami next month for Miami Music Week, and would be throwing a free 12 hour Redux party at the same time as Eric Prydz and Above & Beyond’s show.

As one might expect, we were all a little taken aback by this news… even Prydz himself.

Turns out it was just a simple troll, and Kaskade won’t even be in the state of Florida during MMW, let alone throwing a party there.

So cheers to Kaskade for having a little fun with fans… you jerk. <3

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Source: Kaskade Tries To Troll Eric Prydz And Above & Beyond, But It Didn’t Go As Planned