Sam Feldt ft. Akon – Yes (Original Mix)

This post was originally published on this site

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.

Read more:

Sam Feldt delivers his sounds of summer with exclusive Splash House minimix

Frank Walker – Young (Sam Feldt Remix)

Sam Feldt joins Solé Fixtape series; listen to his mix here

Rain Man & MAX release the official video for ‘Do You Still Feel?’

This post was originally published on this site

After Rain Man’s quiet start to 2017, he finally released a new single“Do You Still Feel?” featuring MAX. The track merges MAX’s pop vocals with a commercial house and dubstep-infused backdrop. The pair have just released the official music video for the track, which shows MAX singing the heartfelt words cutting to Rain Man writing and mixing the track. A dancing woman who MAX is singing to flashes in and out of the video as well, giving the video a variety of characters and dimensions.

Read more:

Rain Man & MAX – Do You Still Feel? (Original Mix)

Rain Man returns with ‘Visionary’ featuring Sirah on Borgore’s Buygore Records

Rain Man embarks on first solo tour with stops in Miami, Chicago, New York and Los Angeles

It was only a matter of time, but Borgore has officially partnered with Pornhub for latest music video [NSFW]

This post was originally published on this site

Porn. The word is almost onomatopoeic in its ubiquitous meaning. Hub. The loosely used suffix to define the effective center of any particular activity or network. So essentially Pornhub would be the internet’s self-proclaimed epicenter of pornography, though today, the website is adding another beat, excuse the pun, to their relatively narrow content mill. The pornography giant has partnered with Borgore to debut his latest music video for an appropriately titled “Savage.” Yes, nowadays Pornhub is diversifying their portfolio with music video hosting. Though it was only a matter of time before they either linked with Borgore’s brazenly crass brand, or offered him a job.

The “Domino” producer’s latest output is par for the course Borgore: its loud, aggressive, bass-laden party music, though the marketing campaign behind the new music video is undeniably ingenious. Leveraging the millions of eyes viewing Pornhub pages at every hour of the day, Borgore’s C- new tune and hilariously NSFW new video will be in front of everyone whether they like it or not.

Screen Shot 2017-08-17 at 10.46.02 AM

We don’t have the decency to publish the full video on our site, but you can head to the Hub of all online Pornography to view the video in full.

Read More:

Borgore releases bombastic playlist ahead of EDC [Exclusive]

Watch Borgore light up the crowd with this ‘Unicorn Zombie Apocalypse’ remix

EMBRZ – Progress Mixtape & Interview

This post was originally published on this site

Over the few short years that Jack aka EMBRZ, has notched up an impressive tally of achievements. He’s had several number 1s on HYPEM, he’s played Ireland’s biggest festivals including Longitude, BodynSoul and Electric Picnic as well as live shows in Berlin, Brussels and Malta. Not only that, but he’s managed to clock close to 10

The post EMBRZ – Progress Mixtape & Interview appeared first on EDM Sauce.

LCD Soundsystem’s new track ‘tonite’ is a celebratory acceptance of one’s own mortality

This post was originally published on this site

Long before serving as the frontman of dance-punk’s group of the century, James Murphy was a DJ, falling into LCD Soundsystem, really, by happy accident. But Murphy wasn’t just a DJ in the early 2000s. He was a force to be reckoned with. His eventual label DFA began merely as a party where Murphy entertained his friends by doing what he loved. What may have been done blindly at the time — although surely clear in hindsight — was Murphy serving as the intrinsic ingredient in NYC’s marrying of dance and rock. Helping launch the careers of groups like the Rapture or Hot Chip along the way, he left his mark on both the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Arcade Fire. There’s no doubt disco-rock would not be the same without him.

Often speaking out against the commercial side of dance music is a man who gave an entire generation of indie kids a revolutionary repertoire of records to bust a move to.

Currently amidst their mighty revival, LCD Soundsystem — and Murphy, in particular — is revisiting these roots on “tonite.” Marking itself as the third song off their forthcoming LP,  “tonite” hits airwaves with a plethora of vintage musical vehicles. Riding along a smooth crescendo comes a polished dancehall track, revealing a glimmering path back to Murphy’s days of an oily forehead behind the booth or a floor wet with sweat.

While it may seem Murphy’s coming to grips with age and his relevance once more, as he did on “Losing My Edge,” there’s rather a man who’s, at last, changed his tone. “Everybody’s singing the same song/It goes tonite, tonite, tonite, tonite,” he begins. Near the second half of the stanza, he continues this time much darker: “I never realized that these artists/Thought so much about dying.”

“Man, life is finite/But shit, it feels like forever.” As the song comes to an end, it rises in intensity and Murphy turns to the camera. “You hate the idea that you’re wasting your youth/That you stood in the background until you got older/But that’s all lies.” Murphy’s understood his mortality for quite some time, and on “tonite,” he’s thinking beyond. It’s a blissful wave of euphoria that leaves listeners optimistic of what else they too can do to improve their internal landscape and realize their own American Dream. It seems, at last, Murphy’s realized he’s been living his all along.

American Dream is out Sept. 1 via Columbia/DFA.

Read More:

LCD Soundsystem releasing new song off forthcoming album ‘American Dream’ tomorrow

LCD Soundsystem expands North American tour dates alongside forthcoming record ‘American Dream’

LCD Soundsystem’s Gavin Russom comes out as transgender

Yes, Borgore Did Partner With Pornhub For New Video Release: Watch

This post was originally published on this site

We suspected this would be the case with some funny tweets last night, but now we can confirm – Borgore has released his latest music video for ‘Savages’ via Pornhub. In a time where many say creativity and marketing is dead, inspiration comes from the most unlikely places. The mind of dubstep’s favorite side d*ck.

The post Yes, Borgore Did Partner With Pornhub For New Video Release: Watch appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Yes, Borgore Did Partner With Pornhub For New Video Release: Watch

This post was originally published on this site

We suspected this would be the case with some funny tweets last night, but now we can confirm – Borgore has released his latest music video for ‘Savages’ via Pornhub. In a time where many say creativity and marketing is dead, inspiration comes from the most unlikely places. The mind of dubstep’s favorite side d*ck.

The post Yes, Borgore Did Partner With Pornhub For New Video Release: Watch appeared first on EDM Sauce.

Meet Hamster: the latest thought-provoking masked-producer on the scene

This post was originally published on this site

Inspired by the illusion of rapidly moving forward only to discover one’s stuck in the proverbial hamster wheel comes Hamster, Los Angeles’ newly rising mysteriously masked-producer.

Debuting the solo moniker live just last month July 8 at LA’s Troubador alongside local collaborators Ari, Lee, LeyeT, and Serena Foster comes a electronic pop heavy masked figure who— here at Dancing Astronaut— is raising a lot of questions.

First and foremost, why the hamster head?

While Hamster’s been producing pop and EDM tracks for rising stars in the LA scene now over the last few years, the artist only began releasing his own tracks under the unbeknownst solo moniker in August of last year.

Digging through the artist’s YouTube yields his earliest video below featuring Tosh, titled “Anthem Of The Summer,” a club-ready track which after listening through is indeed living up to its name.

Landing on Spotify’s Viral Hits playlist with his song, “City Limits” and at number eight on the streaming giant’s United States Viral 50 back in April, it’s clear Hamster’s wheels have been spinning for quite some time now.

Sixteen videos currently grace his YouTube page including a stellar track entitled, “City Limits” and a new song featuring longtime LA-based artist Serena Foster titled “On The Run,” that was released just last week.

Watch the two videos for those tracks below, and be sure to keep an eye out for this Hamster who will likely be rotating the musical release wheel again soon.


Read More:

AWAY releases stirring new music video of ‘Sleepwalker’ via Lowly Palace

LIOHN – Bone App The Teeth

Buku – Align

 

AWAY releases stirring new music video of ‘Sleepwalker’ via Lowly Palace

This post was originally published on this site

Promising Los Angeles-based talent AWAY continues to define his artistic realm with the release of his music video of his debut single “Sleepwalker” featuring London Thor. This new delivery encapsulates the emerging sonic magnetism that has AWAY standing out as a breakout talent in 2017. His introspective attention to detail can be felt in the track’s production, and now he seeks to further establish his exploratory sound with a haunting and dark visual accompaniment via Lowly Palace.

“Sleepwalker” is a pressing narrative of a destructive break-up. The music video outlines a hazy scene of loss and self-desolation, bringing to light the personal feelings of escaping one’s feelings amidst a devastating situation. While there are many layers to AWAY’s self-defining moniker, the project successfully paves a route to curate a brand that could challenge the status-quo.

Read More:

AWAY – Sleepwalker feat. London Thor (Original Mix)

Chuckie & GOWINTHEDARK recruit shufflers for ‘Turn Up The Bass’ video

This post was originally published on this site

Chuckie and GLOWINTHEDARK had a hit on their hands with “Turn Up The Bass.” Built for festivals and large dance arenas, the cut bounces along gritty electro melodies enticing vocal samples that are anchored with subtle layers of percussion.

The collaborators made a solid choice in their music video methodology, recognizing the song’s highly shuffle-able nature and thus recruiting pros across the globe to piece “Turn Up The Bass’” visual accompaniment together. What results is an attention-grabbing array of global shufflers whose various takes on the popular dance keep the viewer engaged the whole piece through. In fact, it’s quite difficult to resist the urge of joining in the coordinated effort by the time the track ends.

 

Read More:

Chuckie signs to Sony/ATV Music Publishing

Chuckie & Albert Neve – Damn (Original Mix)

Chuckie & Bobby Puma – Mainstage (Original Mix)