Felix Jaehn & VIZE Team Up for ‘Close Your Eyes’ feat. Miss Li

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Felix Jaehn has been an unstoppable force throughout 2019, with a multitude of high profile releases across the year. Following ‘Love On Myself’ and ‘Never Alone’ comes another dance/pop centered track from Jaehn, ‘Close Your Eyes’ with VIZE and Miss Li, which highlights an important topic; mental health. The track is out now via Universal Music, and can be streamed on all platforms. Felix Jaehn

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The One-Hit Wonders Of The 2010s

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One-Hit WondersWhat constitutes a one-hit wonder? It seems like it should be cut and dry, but the designation can be pretty arbitrary, with gut feelings often trumping objective data. The “one-hit wonder” label can sometimes befall an artist with a robust catalog, whose fans will inevitably insist their fave does not deserve to be categorized as … More »

Felix Jaehn and Mesto stretch the summer season with ‘Never Alone’

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Felix Jaehn and Mesto stretch the summer season with ‘Never Alone’Tda16c 025

Earlier this year, the cooperative Felix Jaehn and Mesto revealed that a self-proclaimed “festival anthem” was officially in the works between them. Not long thereafter, fans heard the hotly anticipated, “Never Alone,” in a myriad of the duo’s live appearances and more than seven months of intensifying anticipation later, the collaboration has officially seen the light of day.

If the two powerhouse mastheads were not enough enticement, gleaming atop the title, “Never Alone” also calls on vocal assistance from two of the most respected vocalists in all of dance music. Hailed for their work with Swedish House Mafia, Avicii, Alesso and more, John Martin and Michel Zitron join the “Never Alone” credits, appearing under their VCATION alias.

Immersed in an invigorating acoustic composition, “Never Alone” finds itself perpetuating the summer season, as Jaehn and Mesto dexterously play to each others’ strengths: from redemptive melodies to a choppy future house chorale. Vocal assistance from the VCATION pairing equips the collaboration with an inspiriting golden appendage as the foursome brings “Never Alone” full circle in addressing mental health concerns, which have wholeheartedly reared their heads among the music industry’s most dire causes.

Jaehn provided some insight into the message behind “Never Alone”:

“I felt lonely before, but now understand that I’m never actually alone. If you go through this world with an open heart you will find countless beautiful souls to connect with, no matter who you are and where you go. You are never alone.”

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NMF Roundup: Zedd and Kehlani create a ‘Good Thing,’ Boys Noize links with Francis and the Lights + more

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NMF Roundup: Zedd and Kehlani create a ‘Good Thing,’ Boys Noize links with Francis and the Lights + moreZedd Rukes

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.

Zedd and Kehlani kick things off this final Friday of September with their new collaboration, “Good Thing,” and Boys Noize links with Francis and the Lights for “Why Not?” Kaskade keeps it mellow on his new collaboration with TELYkast, “No One Else,” and Zeds Dead join forces with Funkin Matt an Fiora for “Feel So.” AC Slater’s new album includes tunes like “Bad Behavior” with Chris Lorenzo and Purple Velvet Curtains, and Mercer takes on DJ Snake and Majid Jordan’s “Recognize.” Golf Clap and MASTERIA deliver “Mystery Scene” on mau5trap/Insomniac, and Gareth Emery follows “Laserface 01 (Aperture)” with “Laserface 02 (Thoughts In Pieces).” Dimension remixes himself on “If You Want To,” and Gorgon City reveal “Warehouse Mix” and “Terrace Dub” iterations of “There For You.” Tritonal team up with Rosie Darling on “Never Be The Same,” and NGHTMRE remixes Saven Lions, SLANDER, Dabin, and Dylan Matthew’s “First Time.” Galantis bring their piano-filled joy to “Holy Water,” and Tinlicker reveal their new LP, This Is Not Our Universe. Anna Lunoe and Nina Las Vegas cook up a weekend heater, “One Thirty,” and YehMe2 remixes Matoma and Bryn Christopher’s “All Around The World.”

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.

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NMF Roundup: Kygo puts spin on Whitney Houston’s ‘Higher Love’ vocals, Wave Racer returns + more

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NMF Roundup: Kygo puts spin on Whitney Houston’s ‘Higher Love’ vocals, Wave Racer returns + moreKygo Cannes Photo Johanneslovund 2892

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.

Kygo kicks off this week’s NMF with a dancefloor-ready posthumous Whitney Houston collaboration, “Higher Love,” and Wave Racer returns after more than two years with “Auto.” RL Grimes comes in swinging with an edit of G Jones’ “In Your Head,” and Habstrakt brings his forceful brand of house music to Gud Vibrations with “De La Street.” Chris Lake and Lee Foss team up for “Lies, Deception, and Fantasy,” and Diplo releases a set of remixes for Higher Ground, including a rework by Solardo. Claude VonStroke joins forces with ZDS and KE for “Comments,” and Malaa takes things up a notch with a feisty remix of DJ Snake’s “Savage.” Madeaux links with Dances With White Girls for “Club Demons,” and “Worlds Collide” on Nervo’s latest. Goldroom continues a slew of releases with “I Can Feel It” with Love, Alexa. ShockOne and The Bloody Beetroots take to Monstercat for their new single, “Run,” and Laidback Luke and Mark Bale dance into the weekend with “Party Starter.” Klingande and Stevie Appleton craft an easygoing single in “Sinner,” and Moguai remixes Oliver Heldens’ “Summer Lover.”

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.

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Felix Jaehn releases highly anticipated 25-track LP, ‘I’

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Tropical house overseer Felix Jaehn has released his 25-track debut album, I.

Having teased the project with an effervescent collaboration between Marc E. Bassy and Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane, Jaehn masterfully reels listeners in on “Cool” as he serves up a delectable bassline, jovial trumpet licks, and bouncy chords. There’s something remarkably simple about the lighthearted nature of “Cool,” as Jaehn cuts through the excess of the genre and continues to do so throughout the entirety of his new release.

As carries on, it becomes clear the record’s a compact reflection of Jaehn’s brisk ascension. After securing his status as a young producer in the global dance realm with his remix of OMI’s “Cheerleader,” Jaehn began to create a catalog of dance music for the radio, and yet, his music is equally tailored for club play.

Though the playlist-like track lists continue to run rampant through the industry, Jaehn’s effort remains genuine on I, and even sees that the artist’s working beyond his established style along the way.

Ultimately, I’s leading tracks demonstrate his versatility as a producer and pull from a wide range of vocalist talent. On “Don’t Say Love,” featuring Rothchild, Jaehn moves beyond his established brand and experiments with more club-friendly, deep house elements. “Better” employs gorgeous vocals by Swedish rising star Clara Mae and combines Jaehn’s signature synth stabs with a progressive, electro touch.

is divided into two sections: one with brand new music and the other a collection of Jaehn’s greatest hits, allowing fans to gain a complete understanding of one tropical’s most exciting new stalwarts.

Felix Jaehn Shows Us What it Means to be “Cool”

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Known for his entrancing tropical house style and remixing abilities, at only 23 years old the German DJ and Producer has quickly become a force to be reckoned with in Dance music. Now signed to Universal music, Jaehn first broke into the mainstream electronic scene with his international chart topping remix of OMI’s “Cheerleader” in

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Felix Jaehn – Cool ft. Marc E. Bassy & Gucci Mane

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Felix Jaehn is has officially released the lead single from his forthcoming debut album I, which is set for release on February 16th. The tropical collaboration features singer Marc. E Bassy and Atlanta trap God, Gucci Mane. Shot in Los Angeles by Drew Kirsch, the music video features a wide array of shots and angles, turning the focus towards a variety of characters, who’s respective dance styles draw on their own backgrounds and self expression.

The wistful nature of the track’s atmosphere is further lightened by Jaehn’s bubbling production elements, which are fairly simplistic in structure. “Cool” is a notable intro into Jaehn’s upcoming LP and, if its any taste of what’s to come, listeners should heed its call.