A couple months after the release of Marshmello and Anne-Marie’s song “Friends”, there is now an acoustic version of the track. Dubbed as the ‘official friendzone anthem’, “Friends” is a track that tells the tale of someone trying to get with that special person who doesn’t feel the same way. The guitar of the acoustic
Dash Berlin recently teamed up with Arjay and Jonah for a vivacious, country-leaning crossover titled, “Love Out Loud.” Released on Armada‘s imprint, “Love Out Loud” exudes infectiously colorful vocals amongst equally striking guitar riffs.
Known for his exuberant, vibrant style Dash Berlin has now dropped off an official video for “Love Out Loud,” and it’s an expectedly colorful club mix.
As the track’s melody builds, lively scenes of cardboard cutouts come to life. Whether it’s cutouts skydiving from a plane or floating in the sky on snowboards, “Love Out Loud” exudes a passion for life — to live, and relish in experiences. With its passion in mind, there’s no wonder “Love Out Loud” has been given such a colorful visual counterpart.
Past charting top ten on Spotify’s viral charts across the board, ‘Waterfalls‘ marked a truly standout moment for Stockholm’s Dear David. Where we have become more used to hearing the Swedish DJ/producer in his element as an original producer, the track spotlighted his outspoken melodic flare like never before.
Having since released his latest single ‘Fever,’ the aforementioned remix lands back in the spotlight courtesy of an official video for the sought after remix. Elegantly shot and welcomingly on point to the track’s mellow and uplifting properties, the video does this standout production some serious justice. Having recently teased a wealth of new material in his returning CHAPTERS mixtape, 2017 is shaping up to be quite the year for Stockholm’s latest middle ground club master.
It’s been nearly four months since the release of DJ Snake’s debut album, Encore, including the Justin Bieber collaboration “Let Me Love You.” Since then, the track has seen incredible success across various platforms, though the music video has only just today been released.
Following the illegal adventures of a Bonnie & Clyde-type couple, the song plays as an ode to relationships and being together. However, the video takes a twist when you discover that it’s not actually real – but we’ll let you see the reveal for yourself.
The Chainsmokers just recently released their second compilation EP titled Collage, containing some of their biggest hits of the year, including “Closer” and “Don’t Let Me Down.” They’ve also put out two newer tracks, “All We Know” and “Setting Fires.” The latter just recently received its own lyric video, and the former only just this morning received its official music video.
In the video, after receiving some unfortunate news about a loved one, our protagonist goes out and tries to makes sense of it all. He pushes his loved ones away, drinks, and aimlessly wanders with a look of pure disillusionment on his face. At last, he reaches the peak of a local hiking trail at sunrise and a semblance of normalcy returns to his face. At the sight of his girlfriend, he embraces her and the story ends there…
The theme of the video is entirely more somber than some of the other songs that The Chainsmokers have released. So while many have complained that their music is entry-level pop, the reality is that there’s actually a lot of depth to the songwriting and art direction of each new song.
Check out the video below:
The Chainsmokers actually make a brief cameo in the video at 0:45, as well.
The song “Killa” has been one of the most notable songs of 2016 thus far. The track has been played across the world at various festivals and remixed by some of today’s best producers, whether the original or the inimitable Slushii remix. The track is undeniably unique, which is what exactly what you’d hope for from the two creators of the track. Now, there is finally an official music video to match the madness of the track created by Skrillex and Wiwkek.
The new official music video for “Killa” featuring Elliphant makes use of footage from the duo’s recent short film, “Still In The Cage,” which came out back in August. The original short film was written and directed by Jonathan Desbiens and used Wiwek’s Free And Rebellious EP as the soundtrack. In this new official video for the track, Skrillex has repurposed some of the more unsettling scenes seen in “Still In The Cage” to coexist with the unhinged trap track, just in time for Halloween. Check out the official music video below if you dare:
Coming out of Virgin EMI on September 9th is the awesome “Internal” LP from Aussie electronic three-piece SAFIA. As a tasty little preview of what the extensive collection of original material, they have just unleashed the first single from the album – the charismatic “Over You.” Accompanying this tune comes its captivating official video – be sure to check this one out. You can pre order the LP here.