Camila Cabello stuck the landing so emphatically that it’s easy to forget she leapt in the first place. This time last year the 20-year-old Cuban-Mexican singer from Miami was fresh out of Fifth Harmony, her generation’s most popular girl group, assembled by Simon Cowell from an array of teenage strangers on the short-lived American edition … More »
Norwegian DJ and producer Matoma has teamed up with renowned producers R3HAB, CID, and Devault to release a diverse remix package for his last hit, “Slow.” The original version of “Slow,” featuring budding star Noah Cyrus, showcases an intriguing mix of prominent bass, flirty, punchy beats, and carefree waves of synths that are tied together by Noah’s playful top-line. The track is quickly becoming one of Matoma’s biggest hits to date, garnering more than 10 million streams worldwide since its release.
Each artist’s take on the original brings a unique flair to the production. R3HAB amps up “Slow” with a melodic future bass style and intoxicating waves of synths. CID’s spin on the single adds captivating, energetic beats and a striking progressive house vibe. Devault produces a rendition categorized by a striking, choppy climax infused with airy, distorted vocals.
With each remix, R3HAB, CID, and Devault flaunt their distinct signature sounds. With his most recent, “Slow” is a testament to Matoma’s ingenuity; his flair for immediately infectious pop-infused songwriting is now stronger than ever, as the single marks the first piece from his forthcoming debut studio album, One In A Million, available everywhere March 9 via Big Beat Records.
In celebration of hitting the 10 million subscriber mark, Alan Walker performed his new single, “All Falls Down,” alongside Noah Cyrus and Juliander live from YouTube. This marked the first time that the trio has performed the track live together.
The performance featured Walker on a midi controller and pad and Juliander and Noah Cyrus singing, accompanied by a drummer and a keyboardist.
The best way to judge a boy band’s potency is the intensity of the screaming throng that accompanies its every move. That was true in the 1960s, when the mop-top-era Beatles incited widespread hysteria, and it was true again at the turn of the millennium, when Backstreet Boys and NSYNC became the faces of a … More »
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.
“Ni de Coña” is the raucous result of Wiwek and Mike Cervello joining forces.
Russian duo Volac had their track “No Love” receive the remix treatment from the likes of Dillon Nathaniel, Jay Robinson, and more.
Newcomer Wolves By Night releases his debut EP on BMKLTSCH!, a two-tracker of downtempo, vocally prominent, tunes that portend big things to come.
Noah Cyrus tapped One Bit for her latest collaboration, the thudding electro-infused single “My Way.”
Birocratic expanded his style with his remix of of Pool Cosby’s “Thrive,” maintaining his trademark groove while building a structure of vigorous synth patches around smooth, breathy vocals.
There are few higher honors than being a Nobel prize winner and, while Matoma isn’t up for an honor, he will be performing at this year’s Nobel Peace Prize concert. The tropical house producer has amassed over one billion streams on Spotify, and has collaborated with the likes of One Direction and Coldplay among others. He commented on his upcoming performance.
I’m incredibly proud and honored to announce that I will be performing at this year’s Nobel Peace Prize Concert, I’ll be coming to Telenor Arena in Oslo on December 11 bringing some special guests, some surprises, and as always, some good vibes and love! The Peace Prize is all about spreading the love, and as you know that’s always been my message so I’m humbled and honored to be asked to perform at this beautiful and incredible concert.
In addition to announcing his upcoming show, Matoma recently released a song off of his upcoming album titled “Slow” featuring Noah Cyrus. The December 11th concert will be the 24th iteration of the event.
Norwegian DJ/producer Matoma has teamed up with rising popstar Noah Cyrus to release the brand new single, “Slow,” from his debut studio album, One In A Million– available everywhere March 9th via Big Beat Records. A potent cocktail of booming bass, punchy beats, waves of synths and Noah’s towering topline, “Slow” finds Matoma on peak form. His flair for immediately infectious pop-infused songwriting is stronger than ever, and his production
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Alongside Noah Cyrus and Digital Farm Animals, “All Falls Down,” is an original that has obvious potential in the dance music scene and on the radio. The track flirts with a vaguely tropical feel at times, with Cyrus’ vocals — lush and layered — taking center stage. “All Falls Down” makes for an easily danceable, energetic production equally suited for the dancefloor and the radio.
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