New Music Friday featuring Marshmello, The Chainsmokers remixes and more

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The most important day of every week: New Music Friday. 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.


Marshmello got back to his EDM roots in a brand new single with serene vocals from Leah Culver.

Indie duo Salt Cathedral test poppier waters with their tropical-infused single “No Love.”

Luca Schreiner offered a welcome twist on hip-hop auteur TYLERxCORDY’s viral track “Cheap Situation.”

Patrick Baker serves lush instrumentation and chill vibes on his latest EP, Dusk, courtesy of Armada


KSHMR gets funky on this bass-heavy disco noir number via his side project, The MVI.

Vicetone take it way back on their newest release, a high energy EDM track with Cozi Zuehlsdorff.

It’s hard to pick out the best re-spin from The Chainsmoker‘s newest remix package for their pop-punk crossover single “You Owe Me.”

Borgeous taps into classic electro melodies on his infectious new release — his first as a Casablanca Records signee.

Bingo Players and Goshfather team up for a high energy collab on new single “Everybody.”

Dannic‘s latest via Spinnin’ will have dance floors heating through festival season with its minimal structure and infectious drop.

Graves gets moody on a textured, future-bass inspired new release, a collab with bitbird cohort Duskus.

Klingande‘s collaboration with vocalist Krishane channels late tropical EDM vibes with a pitched up vocal and blissed out tribal-influenced instrumentation.

Hot Chip put their virtuosic twist on Troye Sivan‘s “My My My!” with this nuanced and funky house flip.

Sahar Z & Vic F provide a lush, ethereal progressive contribution to Anjunadeep’s fifth Explorations edition.

Swedish veteran Zoo Brazil makes his LNOE debut, closing out his EP with an entrancing, yet gritty “Socialism.”

Rebelski channels nostalgia and gentle meditation with this sentimental piece from his new ADID EP.

TWO LANES target the brain’s feel-good center with a euphoric future bass cut packed with jubilant guitar riffs and a satisfying drop.

Details emerge for Disneyland Paris’ second edition of Electroland

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Everyone seems to want a piece of the electronic music scene these days, and Disney certainly isn’t excluded. Last year, Disneyland Paris hosted its first ever electronic music festival called Electroland in celebration of the park’s 25th birthday. Although its quarter of a century birthday celebrations are over, the park has chosen to continue with the festival after a successful first event.

The 2017 rendition of Electroland featured Steve Aoki and Nervo as headliners, and Disneyland Paris just announced the 2018 lineup and details. This year, Disneyland Paris is bringing on Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Afrojack, and Robin Schulz as headliners in addition to Bob Sinclair and Klingande playing the open air festival. The Hollywood Tower Hotel will be outfitted with state of the art lights, screens, and special effects to match the DJs’ performances.

Fans can mark their calendars for June 29th and 30th, which are the official dates for the 2018 version of the Disneyland Paris event.

Photo Credit: Jenhorsfal

H/T DJ Mag

Autograf, Klingande & Dragonette – Hope For Tomorrow

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Autograf, Klingande, and Dragonette emerge as the exemplar of an electronic trifecta on “Hope For Tomorrow,” a single that delves into the deep end of the ‘tonal pool.’

Marked by low tones that make for a brooding aesthetic, plunging piano notes strike a harmony with the track’s moody and similarly low pitched vocal. “Hope For Tomorrow” exudes a drama of elemental arrangement that is fashioned in part by the single’s synth work, the grating synths affecting an edginess that duly demands acknowledgment, and enraptures.

Klingande reworks Foster The People’s ‘Pumped Up Kicks’ [LISTEN]

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When Foster the People‘s colossal “Pumped Up Kicks” came out in 2010, avid listeners propelled the indie pop song to fame, leading it to the top of the charts worldwide.

It’s been seven years since its initial release, but melodic house savant Klingande thought he’d try his hand at reworking the iconic track. His rendition, out Sept. 8 on Ultra, features the producer’s signature sun-soaked summer house vibes. A delicate melody dances over a tropical bass line, reminiscent of the producer’s famed “Jubel” track.

The platinum-selling French producer continues to impress, with each new release reminding the listener that Klingande’s good vibes are here to stay.

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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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Klingande Shares Favorite Fan Story & More in an Interview Ahead of Groove Cruise Cabo

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The French DJ shares fan stories as he prepares to set sail for Groove Cruise Cabo Oct. 28-Nov. 2!