Louis The Child – Last To Leave ft Caroline Ailin (Midnight Kids Remix)

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Midnight Kids, the duo that has kept fans in mystery for their unknown identity, has released a stunning progressive house remix of Louis The Child‘s “Last To Leave.” The piece features an indie feel with a moving, harmonic melody, intriguing beats, and an easy-flowing chorus.

“Louis the Child are an act we’ve watched grow immensely over the last few years, so when we had the opportunity to remix this record we were ecstatic,” the duo says of the remix. “The original track is amazing, and we wanted to keep the same amount of energy the original had while still incorporating our signature nostalgic style. The remix came together so organically and there couldn’t have been an easier vocal to work with, Caroline Ailin killed it. We hope you guys enjoy this one! Thank you for all your support you’ve shown us, it means the world to us. Our adventure is only just beginning.”

Midnight Kids have continued their streak of elegant and alluring pop-crossover tracks with their latest remix. Some of Midnight Kids’ most prominent tracks include their remix of Justice‘s “Phantom Pt. II,” as well as their take on A R I Z O N A‘s “Electric Touch.” With their captivating sound, Midnight Kids continues to keep listeners mesmerized with each uplifting release in their roster.

Louis The Child – Last To Leave ft Caroline Ailin (Midnight Kids Remix)

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Midnight Kids, the duo that has kept fans in mystery for their unknown identity, has released a stunning progressive house remix of Louis The Child‘s “Last To Leave.” The piece features an indie feel with a moving, harmonic melody, intriguing beats, and an easy-flowing chorus.

“Louis the Child are an act we’ve watched grow immensely over the last few years, so when we had the opportunity to remix this record we were ecstatic,” the duo says of the remix. “The original track is amazing, and we wanted to keep the same amount of energy the original had while still incorporating our signature nostalgic style. The remix came together so organically and there couldn’t have been an easier vocal to work with, Caroline Ailin killed it. We hope you guys enjoy this one! Thank you for all your support you’ve shown us, it means the world to us. Our adventure is only just beginning.”

Midnight Kids have continued their streak of elegant and alluring pop-crossover tracks with their latest remix. Some of Midnight Kids’ most prominent tracks include their remix of Justice‘s “Phantom Pt. II,” as well as their take on A R I Z O N A‘s “Electric Touch.” With their captivating sound, Midnight Kids continues to keep listeners mesmerized with each uplifting release in their roster.

Your Favorite DJ Entered in a Louis The Child Drawing Contest

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Louis the Child has taken over the EDM world with their unique production sound and smashing of festival stages across the globe. Most recently, the guys dropped a banger of a set at Weekend 1 of Coachella that most certainly gained them even more fans. Last week, they dropped “Better Not” featuring the outstanding vocals

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Louis the Child debut unreleased remix of Khalid’s ‘Love Lies’ at Coachella [Watch]

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Louis the Child have followed the release of their new single, “Better Not” with a brand new and unreleased remix of Khalid’s Normani feature, “Love Lies.” The DJ duo debuted their future bass tinged take on the track during their Saturday evening Coachella set.

Louis the Child did not divulge any information regarding a drop off date for the remix, but as Dancing Astronaut‘s live video from the set very clearly suggests, the Louis the Child revamp is destined to become a summer staple pending its official release.

Beyoncé takes the throne, Ekali sends it, David Byrne rewrites history & more: Here’s everything that happened at Coachella day 2

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Ekali played to a packed Sahara tent in the middle of the afternoon

As if closing out the Do LaB tent wasn’t enough of an achievement, Ekali’s Sahara tent set was a testament to his massive growth and range as a producer. With over 20,000 in attendance, it’s for certain that Ekali’s destined for a monumental year, and to that, a congratulations is in order.

When you bring @denzelcurryph to your @coachella set and he incites a riot 🤷🏻‍♂️

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Party Favor delivers a star-studded set

Party Favor‘s set was filled with surprises. Dropping off a fervent performance with surprises from Tyga, Jamie Foxx, and Rich The Kid, Party Favor saw that things got a even hotter out on the polo fields.

OSCAR WINNER @iamjamiefoxx #coachella @ohdagyo

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Louis the Child brought out Joey Purp and debuted some new music

EDM’s fastest rising duo, Louis the Child, dropped their new original and confirmed a new remix of a new Khalid song.

MØ brought out Diplo and Charli XCX

Danish pop artist  graduated from her “Lean On” performance two years ago at Coachella with Major Lazer and blew the crowd away with her main stage sunset performance, where she even managed to bring out a few friends along the way. In addition to performing a solo rendition of the Justin Beiber featured “Cold Water,” MØ brought out Charli XCX for “Porsche,” and danced onstage with Diplo for their collaboration “Get It Right.”

Photo Credit: Kevin Winter, Getty Images for Coachella

David Byrne rewrote history

Talking Heads’ frontman David Byrne took the stage with a performance of past and present classics in Stop making Sense fashion, even finishing on a cover of Janelle Monae’s “Hell You Talmbout,” listing names of black victims of police violence with an absolutely epic drum-heavy rendition.

Photo Credit: Frazer Harrison, Getty Images for Coachella

Beyoncé took the throne

Queen B delivered. As expected, Beyoncé’s headlining performance was nothing short iconic. Undoubtedly, it’ll go down as one of the greatest Coachella performances in history with Beyoncé standing as the first ever woman of color to headline the festival. “Ain’t that ’bout a bitch?” she quixotically squealed, when talking about the phenomena.

Photo Credit: Larry Busacca, Getty Images for Coachella 

Moving through her performance with poise, hair flowing, barely seeming to break a sweat, Beyoncé’s energy and the performance’s production proved she’s one of the greatest entertainers to ever grace the stage. The New York Times has even gone so far to call her bigger than Coachella in their latest editorial.

She opened with a performance of “Crazy In Love,” brought out her husband JAY-Z for one of their many collaborations “Déjà Vu,” had her sister Solange come out for “Get Me Bodied,” and then she did the unthinkable. She saved humanity. I mean—and then she reunited Destiny’s Child.

Although rumors of a Destiny’s Child reunion have been circulating for months, nothing comes close to the real thing. The trio performed “Lose My Breath,” “Say My Name,” and “Soldier.”

“I was supposed to perform last year but I got pregnant, thank God,” Beyoncé said before closing her set with an a cappella rendition of her uplifting “Love On Top.” “I had time to dream with two beautiful souls in my belly and this is everything and more I had in my dream, so thank you for sharing this with me. I want to sing this last song to all my incredible, beautiful fans. Loyal fans. Ride or dies. I love y’all.”

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Coachella Live Stream Day 2: Watch Coachella 2018 on EDM Sauce

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One of the biggest weekends in music is here as Coachella gets into day 2 of Coachella 2018. For the eighth year in-a-row, Coachella has teamed up with YouTube to stream the festival for free. Today, we will see Tyler The Creator take the stage at 8:05 p.m, Post Malone at 10:10 p.m, Louis The

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Louis the Child get constructively creative on ‘Better Not’

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Louis the Child has long toed future bass territory as a site of creativity and exploration in their songs. The duo’s latest single, “Better Not,” materializes as an extension of the mastery of production techniques that the group has exemplified on prior tracks, while notably delving deeper into soul touching terrain.

“Better Not” centralizes the vocals of Wafia, admitting optimistically up tempo steel drum and xylophone accents that complement the tonal purity of Wafia’s contribution, while signaling the slightest shift in Louis the Child’s genre inclination. The single seems a thoughtful experimentation with future bass influenced sonics that remain malleable, and one not so easily defined.

The track harnesses an effervescent, happy-go-lucky spirit that is noticeably fresh in sound.

Louis The Child Teams Up With Wafia For Delicious New Single – ‘Better Not’

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I have always been a huge fan of Louis The Child. The two-member production duo has always created unique tracks which stand out from the pack, and not surprisingly their latest release continues that trend. This time the guys have teamed up with Future Classic favorite Wafia to produce a truly one of a kind

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South West Four reveals final lineup phase, bringing on Benny Benassi, Louis The Child and Sam Feldt

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SW4

Marking the fifteen year anniversary of the landmark festival, South West Four plans to commemorate with quite the celebration. Affectionately nicknamed SW4, the festival has been unveiling their extensive lineup over the past few months, and announcing some of the largest names in dance music. Held over the weekend of August 25–26 in London, England, SW4 has released their final phase of acts to round out the wide variety of international talent. Amongst the latest additions are Benny Benassi, Louis The Child and Sub Focus, an indication to the diversity of dance music that the festival showcases.

Headliners for this two-day festival include Armin Van Buuren, Dizzee Rascal, and Marshmello, marking a very special performance as it’s his only UK show for 2018. With ten genre-curated stages that bring together the best of UK house, drum n’ bass, and many others, the 15th anniversary is set to be their biggest year yet.

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Louis The Child links with Joey Purp to “Shake Something”

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In the immortal worlds of Mysitkal and Mia X: Twerk something. Shake something.  Today, Louis The Child and Joseph Purple …