Feed Me turns in ‘Nothing Hurts Like You’ featuring Sam Calver [Stream]

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After kicking off 2019 in style with the release of his new album, High Street Creeps on mau5trap, Feed Me is now closing out the year with another new high-energy electro production entitled ‘Nothing Hurts Like You’ (feat. Sam Calver).

Jon Gooch, better known as Feed Me, has always been known for his diversity and lack of restriction when it comes to making music. Those familiar with Feed Me have heard his use of numerous tempos and styles and that is just one of his projects after all. He also dons the title Spor when he produces jungle-leaning material and even had a brief melodic stint under the name Unicron.

Of late, however, Gooch has kept it in the realm of house, and ‘Nothing Hurts Like You’ continues this trend. Being released on Spinnin’ this track flaunts a more pop-infused aesthetic than many would expect from Gooch, but his undeniable talent and taste see him pull it off with precision and grace.

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Spinnin’ Records Expands Their Reach To Asian Market with Spinnin’ Records Asia

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Spinnin’ Records is strengthening its global footprint with the launch of Spinnin’ Records Asia.  The dance and electronic music specialist is bringing its winning recipe of discovering and nurturing talent to this fast-growing region. It will also sign and work with artists of Asian heritage from every part of the world, bringing their music to a global

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Zeds Dead team up with Funkin Matt for driving Spinnin’ release

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Zeds Dead team up with Funkin Matt for driving Spinnin’ releaseZeds Dead Live Billboard Credit Scott Legato

Zeds Dead continue their collaboration streak, releasing a project alongside Funkin Matt, “Feel So,” featuring Fiora through Spinnin’ Records. The track showcases a different side to the Canadian duo’s illustrious catalog, taking advantage of Funkin Matt’s groovy electro play with a running synth and dissident vocals that bring a futuristic ’80s atmosphere also supported by the track artwork.  

While the Deadbeats duo normally drops music through their own imprint, this track takes a turn into an alternate space from their previous collaborations including DROELOE on “Stars Tonight,” highlighting their versatility while still maintaining that sound that made them Zeds Dead.  

The Deadbeats tour has been taking names and presenting some of the baddest names in bass music such as Rusko, G Jones, Lick, DROELOE, Peekaboo, 1788-L, Zeke Beats, and many more. 

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Quintino And AFSHeeN Say ‘Don’t Lose Love’ Featuring Cher Lloyd

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Quintino has been playing a lead role this festival season prodiving us with a series of exciting hit singles. As it now seems, these are all part of an ambitious debut album, titled ‘Bright Nights’, set for release next month! Now, he brings perhaps the album’s most pop styled record, teaming up with AFSHeeN, featuring

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20 Years Of Spinnin’ Records Is Celebrated By Spinnin’ Artists, This Week It’s Bingo Players

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Spinnin’ Records played a big part in the ever changing landscape of dance music. With new artists presented on a regular basis, as well as the label’s online dominance, reaching millions through its YouTube channel Spinnin’ TV (over 25 million subscribers), Instagram (3 million) and Facebook (6.6 million) the Dutch label gained strength and impact

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Kris Kross Amsterdam & Conor Maynard – ‘Ooh Girl’(feat. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie)

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The mighty Kris Kross Amsterdam returns with their much anticipated new single ‘Ooh Girl’. Teaming up again with trusted singer Conor Maynard and joined by burgeoning rapper A Boogie With Da Hoodie to complete this dream team. The record is an impressive blend of sultry R&B rhythms, infectious chorus lines and flamed vocals, taken from

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EDM Sauce Premiere | Sander van Doorn & Firebeatz Team For Electro Anthem “Blowback”

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Less than two weeks removed from a release from Sander van Doorn’s alter ego Purple Haze, the trance visionary is reappearing in full force as he reunites with fellow Dutchmen Firebeatz for the first time following their 2014 smash, ‘Guitar Track’. The dance music veterans have officially arrived with an enormous track that is primed

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David Guetta and Tom Staar offer a little irony on new track, ‘This Ain’t Techno’

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David Guetta and Tom Staar offer a little irony on new track, ‘This Ain’t Techno’Unnamed

David Guetta continues to extend and experiment with his trademark sound with a new release, “This Ain’t Techno,” produced alongside England native, Tom Staar. The track marks Guetta’s return to Spinnin’ Records, which is fitting thanks to the song’s hectic notes and the upbeat tempo that characterizes many of the label’s sterling releases.

Blaring trumpets and energetic chants immediately submerge the listener into a club set along the apex of a night out. The result is a mesmerizing tune that leans heavily on hypnotizing bass chords, spirited vocals, and swirling sound effects. David Guetta has had a knack for taking inspiration from the deeper sounds of house and techno in both his sets and productions as of late. This notion was recently underlined by new music from his Jack Back alias; and “This Ain’t Techno” is a great addition to his ever-fluctuating sound.

Saturday Night Session 012: Toby Green talks tuning out of external pressures and tuning into his love for dance music

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Saturday Night Session 012: Toby Green talks tuning out of external pressures and tuning into his love for dance musicToby Green

Few moments are more sacred than the reprieve Saturday night provides from the daily grind of school and work. Its importance is meant to be emphasized, and thus, a feature dedicated to “doing the night right” was born. Saturday Night Sessions are set around energizing mixes meant to get the party started. New or old, each episode has one cornerstone thing in similarity: they serve as the perfect backdrop for the weekend pregame.

Toby Green has hit 100 million streams by the age of 22, and the Danish producer is only getting started. Many artists early on in their careers are evolving and trying to define a signature style. Green’s releases are united by their infectious energy and ability to lure everyone to the dance floor, and labels spanning from Dim Mak to Spinnin’ Records have taken notice. Influenced by acts like The Chemical Brothers and The Prodigy, Green describes his style as ‘Stadium Rave.’

According to him, this means, “The ‘stadium rave’ sound is really just me going back to making music for me, drawing inspiration from all the sounds that have made me go ‘Oh damn, that’s sick’ throughout my life.” He continues, “When I was a kid, my older brother introduced me to acts like The Prodigy, Chemical Brothers etc. but it wasn’t until recently that I realized how big of a role that sound has played in my life. I grew up on a mix of Euro dance (Special D is still the GOAT for me) and UK rave music. The ‘stadium rave’ sound is definitely a homage to my musical upbringing.”

In addition to his brother introducing some of his favorite musical influences to him, Green recalls his father as the one who really ignited his love of music. His 2018 release “Ready” is a collaboration with his father, and he considers the track a ‘coming of age’ for him musically. 2019 will be a year of filtering out the noise and external pressures that the industry can put on an up and coming producer while he focuses in on the music itself.

Green speaks about the challenges of being a full time producer, stating, “I think you can very easily get stuck in your own little echo chamber and forget what it’s all about.” He continues,  “It’s easy to forget your physical as well as mental health and get hung up on superficial things that don’t matter. I think some kind of accountability is crucial to living this life; doing it with or for someone, with a purpose other than what’s measurable or countable is what keeps you going in the long run. But then again, I am only 22 – I might find a new truth as I age, but for now this will do.”

Green’s Saturday Night Session is the perfect hour long mix to get a hectic night started, and as he puts it, hopefully it is the kind of mix that gets fans ready for “hopefully the night where you fall in love with dance music all over again.” His Saturday Night Session does just this, so take a ride through his own releases and a high energy track list to keep the party going.

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You recently dubbed your musical style, ‘stadium rave,’ and you said you have been inspired by the 90s rave scene. Can you tell us more about this?
I think the biggest mistake I made in the beginning of my career was trying too hard to be credible instead of just making music I thought was cool.

The ‘stadium rave’ sound is really just me going back to making music for me, drawing inspiration from all the sounds that have made me go “Oh damn, that’s sick” throughout my life. When I was a kid, my older brother introduced me to acts like The Prodigy, Chemical Brothers etc. but it wasn’t until recently that I realized how big of a role that sound has played in my life. I grew up on a mix of Euro dance (Special D is still the GOAT for me) and UK rave music. The ‘stadium rave’ sound is definitely a homage to my musical upbringing.

Is there a specific artist you are most eager to collaborate with?
I would love to do a record with CID. I think he is really one of the most interesting dance artists out there, and I love just about everything he puts out. Congrats on your Grammy nomination, man.

Do you have a specific release that is the favorite you have ever produced?
“Ready” is very special to me. It’s a collaboration with my father, who was the person to introduce me to music in the first place, and I feel like it encapsulates most of my musical upbringing in a single record. It is very much a full circle kind of thing to me. A “coming of age” record, if you will.

When you aren’t producing music, what are you normally up to?
If I am not in the studio, I am probably at the gym or drinking coffee while having deep existential discussions with my buddy Mike Hawkins. This guy drives me nuts on a daily basis, but I always leave more enlightened. Love you, dude.

Where do you draw your creative inspiration from? Other music? The outdoors? A night out?
While other music definitely sparks concrete ideas for new records, it’s usually the experiences unrelated to music that gives me the creative spark to create new material. I’ve found that a few days in the studio, a few days off usually yields better (and more) music than the typical 24/7 grind mentality. I am very fast in the studio, but the inspiration has to be there.

What is the best and worst thing about this career path and being a music producer?
I absolutely love creating, and much more than a few days without making music makes me absolutely crazy. I am super grateful for being able to make a living off music, but it’s not always as easy as it may seem.

As a full time producer, I think you can very easily get stuck in your own little echo chamber and forget what it’s all about. It’s easy to forget your physical as well as mental health and get hung up on superficial things that don’t matter. I think some kind of accountability is crucial to living this life; doing it with or for someone, with a purpose other than what’s measurable or countable is what keeps you going in the long run. But then again, I am only 22 – I might find a new truth as I age, but for now this will do.

What kind of a Saturday Night will your mix get us ready for?
Hopefully the night where you fall in love with dance music all over again.

Lucas & Steve Chill It Down On New Single “Say Something”

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After smashing 2018 with multiple smash singles and starting 2019 with the massive tune “Lunar” which already has crossed 1.2 million streams on Spotify, Lucas & Steve are here with their 2nd single of 2019, “Say Something” a chilled down radio bop. Lucas & Steve continue to dominate 2018, in my opinion, was Lucas & Steve’s

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