Those who follow Tiësto may have noticed that up and comer, Justin Caruso, has joined the veteran producer during a variety of his recent tour stops. Playing together, however, is not the only work that the two have been doing together, as showcased through the duo’s catchy new collaboration, “Feels So Good.” The brand new single features vocalist, Kelli-Leigh.
“To say I have a song coming out with @Tiesto still feels surreal. When I wanted to become a DJ, I used to sit in my bedroom and watch Tiësto live streams for hours,” Caruso said in a tweet.
The track is just what you’d expect from the duo. It infuses catchy, commercial vocals with a house-y drop that’s perfect for live-set infusion. Building punchy synths keep the energy high and the listener dancing throughout the single. “Feels So Good” is a surprise addition to Tiësto’s now nine-track EP, Together, out now via Musical Freedom.
Just in time for Ultra Miami Tiësto has just released ‘Can You Feel It’, a big room club track collaboration with John Christian through his label Musical Freedom. “John and I have been friends for a while and when we’re in the studio together magic happens!” said Tiësto. “This will be a go-to uplifting track that will
Sikdope has been taking to socials heavily lately, assuring fans that he is sitting on a crapload of new music. One of the most prominent up-and-coming names if the game, Sikdope’s ear for sound manipulation is up there with the best of em’. His latest productions are proving to be as sure-fire as they come.
Tiësto has released his latest single, “Grapevine.” Premiered at Ultra Music Festival earlier this year, the track employs a universally recognizable vocal sample from the prince of soul, Marvin Gaye‘s rendition of “I Heard It Through The Grapevine.” And if the album art is any indication, this one is meant for peak energy festival play.
But “Grapevine” isn’t the one note, main stage-only kind of production one might expect from the Dutch superstar. It pays homage to its main attraction’s soulful roots, seeing Tiësto continue on a venture into deeper territory, moving away from a formulaic structure. Percussion replaces synth progressions, creating an interesting — even surprising — course of development throughout the track. Like Gaye’s original track, this one should be able to attract a wide range of fans.
This single is the Grammy winner’s second original release of 2018, following the single “WOW.”
High-flying Portuguese DJ & producer is KURA is back again with an absolutely massive tune ‘Like A Boss’, out on Tiesto’s Musical Freedom imprint. Serving as a follow-up to recent singles ‘Favela’, ‘Young & Invincible’, and ‘Lambo’ – with the latter released also on Tiesto’s Musical Freedom label – ‘Like A Boss’ packs a punch
Those who closely follow Tiësto‘s radio shows and listen to his live sets may find themselves pleasantly surprised by his latest single release, “WOW.” He debuted the track live at Ultra earlier this year, and since then, the veteran DJ has been prominently featuring the tune on air all summer. “WOW” already has found such heavy radio play since its reveal that some might have thought it was already out, though now Tiësto is gracing fans with the track’s official release.
The Dutch mega-producer is known for his ability to create music in a wide variety of genres, and its a definite contrast from recent pop-centric collaboration “Jackie Chan” featuring Preme, Post Malone, and co-producer Dzeko. “WOW” is a pulsing big room house piece with an infectious, kicking bass line that makes the track an undoubtable earworm. The single is out on Tiësto’s own Musical Freedom.
Live from Tiesto’s label, Musical Freedom, comes Anthem by Dzeko and Riggi & Piros. The track is an electric, dance pop that will be an “anthem” at all music festivals this summer. It’s fun to see how artists combine their sounds and talents together to highlight each other and make something like never before. Anthem shows us
Another collaboration between Australia’s Wax Motif and Canada’s Hunter Siegel couldn’t come fast enough. After numerous teases of a new song — cropping up everywhere from club sets to Instagram posts — fans couldn’t wait to get their hands on this juicy new joint effort, and the pair follow up to 2016’s “All Night Man.” Now Waxy and his “No Neon” counterpart have finally delivered once again.
The guys finally come through with “Wassup,” landing by way of Tiësto’s legendary Musical Freedom imprint. The new setlist ignitor bubbles and fizzes with an energetic dance floor-ready groove anchored to a catch, quick vocal chop. “Wassap” perfectly blends both artists’ styles into a funky, bass-pumping house track with screeching, hunker-down-low breaks. Wax Motif and Hunter Siegel have a new burner that is undoubtedly headed for heavy club play all summer long.
Ever wonder what your favorite DJ is up to? Musical Freedom is doing just that with their Musical Freedom Focus weekly episodes. This week the focus is on JAUZ and his soon to be released album. Jauz has been picking up speed in the industry with collaborations with DJs like Diplo and Tiesto. In addition
Tiësto’s Musical Freedom label will formally begin its foray into documentary production via the release of an artist focused docuseries that offers fans of the imprint signees a behind the scenes look at the on and off stage moments of the label’s artists.
The first episode of the brief docuseries features Swedish bass trio, Brohug. Brohug listeners notably enjoy a first listen of Brohug’s forthcoming single, “Be Somebody,” as previewed within the initial installment of the larger video project.
Musical Freedom plans to release individual succeeding episodes in the months to come, with each installment devoted to a different label mate.