King & Joker Drops Tropical Radio Hit ‘If You Really Want It’ (feat. Sam Marsey)

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Belgian dance producer & Spotify tastemaker King & Joker has dropped his 1st release of 2019 with “If You Really Want It”, a tropical, radio-friendly pop EDM tune featuring the pleasing vocals of Sam Marsey. Out on Loud Memory Records today, “If You Really Want It” started off as an instrumental according to King & Joker, and

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Kygo continues to bask in eternal summer with, ‘Happy Now’

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Kygo continues to bask in eternal summer with, ‘Happy Now’Kygo Happy Now 1

In Kygo‘s mind (and instinctively in his music), the sun never refuses a shine, a soft breeze forever bustles through sprightly palms, and lustrous ocean waves methodically crest and surrender, keeping perfect time. “Happy Now,” Kygo’s latest, assumes its rightful residence here, in this perennial paradise, too.

Vapory synth emissions brush across “Happy Now” like effervescent sea foam, while tropical house textures and fluttering melodies run abound to complete the balmy atmosphere. All the while, Sandro Cavazza‘s vacillating vocals flood the track with Avicii nostalgia, as the singer appeared on the since-deceased producer’s enduring dance-classic “Without You.”

Kygo has virtually single-handedly woven tropical house into dance-pop’s ever-developing infrastructure. His light and whimsical, often piano-centered tracks like “Remind Me To Forget,” “Firestone,” and “First Time” have brought listeners across the board to their dancing feet since his eminent rise just a handful of years ago.

 

Sam Feldt Drops Club Mix to SYML “Where’s My Love”

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We’ve been spending our summers on Sam Feldt since he dropped “Summer on You” featuring Wulf and Lucas & Steve back in 2016. The Dutch Tropical-Deep House producer DJ has since reached catestrophic heights in the EDM industry. The “Show Me Love” conductor has since dropped the album “Sunrise to Sunset” which took the world

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Sam Feldt and SYML Announce Release Date For “Where’s My Love”

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We’ve been spending our summers on Sam Feldt since he dropped “Summer on You” featuring Wulf and Lucas & Steve back in 2016. The Dutch Tropical-Deep House producer DJ has since reached catestrophic heights in the EDM industry. The “Show Me Love” conductor has since dropped the album “Sunrise to Sunset” which took the world

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First Listen: Rising producer Ari delivers tropical house/pop crossover ‘All That I’ve Waited For’

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If rising producer Ari isn’t on your radar yet, that might be about to change with the drop of the up-and-coming beatmaker’s latest original work, “All That I’ve Waited For.” Linking with former lead singer of pop-punk outfit Sing It Loud, Pat Brown and tropical house producer Ryan Lofty, the mysterious Ari delivers a poolside-primed taste of his infectious pop that’s bound for heavy rotation throughout the summer.

The track opens with Brown’s nostalgic vocals over glimmering house synths and breezy percussion rhythms. Building with a singalong-ready hook and snapping into a soft, grooving tropical break, Ari drops off a sundrenched lyrical hit on “All I’ve Waited For,” that’ll undoubtedly pull listeners back for extended repeated listening. Inevitably, this one’s going to be a profile-raising step for the virtually unknown producer — we may have a new anonymous hitmaker on the scene as Ari shows what he’s made of on his latest.

Felix Jaehn releases highly anticipated 25-track LP, ‘I’

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Tropical house overseer Felix Jaehn has released his 25-track debut album, I.

Having teased the project with an effervescent collaboration between Marc E. Bassy and Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane, Jaehn masterfully reels listeners in on “Cool” as he serves up a delectable bassline, jovial trumpet licks, and bouncy chords. There’s something remarkably simple about the lighthearted nature of “Cool,” as Jaehn cuts through the excess of the genre and continues to do so throughout the entirety of his new release.

As carries on, it becomes clear the record’s a compact reflection of Jaehn’s brisk ascension. After securing his status as a young producer in the global dance realm with his remix of OMI’s “Cheerleader,” Jaehn began to create a catalog of dance music for the radio, and yet, his music is equally tailored for club play.

Though the playlist-like track lists continue to run rampant through the industry, Jaehn’s effort remains genuine on I, and even sees that the artist’s working beyond his established style along the way.

Ultimately, I’s leading tracks demonstrate his versatility as a producer and pull from a wide range of vocalist talent. On “Don’t Say Love,” featuring Rothchild, Jaehn moves beyond his established brand and experiments with more club-friendly, deep house elements. “Better” employs gorgeous vocals by Swedish rising star Clara Mae and combines Jaehn’s signature synth stabs with a progressive, electro touch.

is divided into two sections: one with brand new music and the other a collection of Jaehn’s greatest hits, allowing fans to gain a complete understanding of one tropical’s most exciting new stalwarts.

Escape with Soul Catalyst

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Discovering Soul Catalyst is like discovering a hidden snack at your marketplace and it becoming one of your favorite treats of all time. In the last couple years, Soul Catalyst has consistently been awarding fans with one great tune after another, continuously finding ways to present his layback, worldly sound. “Escape” winds it down compared

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Palm Trees, MdL & Abi F Jones – Outside

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Out of the Dutch dance music hub of Amsterdam, Palm Trees has been stealthily producing and releasing records over the past two years that have amassed millions of streams on Spotify. With a summer-tinged sound and an ear for clean arrangements, the rising producer looks to make a splash once again in 2018 with another paradisical tune titled “Outside.”

Recruiting fellow rising producer MdL as well as UK singer/songwriter Abi F Jones, Palm Trees maintains the mellow mood listeners have grown accustomed to with his work while Jones’ lyrics lay a strong emotional layer to the entire tracks. Complete with crisp percussion and airy vocal chops, “Outside” is the type of track primed for the upcoming spring and summer months.

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Matoma puts tropical twist on Clean Bandit and Julia Michaels’ ‘I Miss You’

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Matoma is preparing for an enormous 2018.

Wrapping up the year with a performance at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert, the artist will surely rip into 2018 with poise. On the heels of his album announcement for One In A Million and a tour set to kick off Jan. 11, he’s released an energized tropical house rework of Clean Bandit and Julia Michaels’ collaboration “I Miss You.”

Enlivening the subdued number right off the bat with record scratches, a balmy bassline sees out the same lively elements that allowed for “All Night” and “Old Thing Back” to rise in the house reigns. Matoma is divulging perfect music for the wintertime blues, only begging for the release of new work to be in the ears of his eager listeners.

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Premiere: Sam Smyers – Motion ft M. Maggie (Schier Remix)

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It may be the first day of December, but Schier is bringing warm summer vibes back into the winter months with his new remix for Sam Smyers and M. Maggie. For his rework of “Motion,” Schier has crafted a melodic tropical house song that beautifully plays off of M. Maggie’s smooth vocals. Where the original track had almost a wistful feel to it, Schier has flipped it into a sexy, beach-ready song that would feel right at home in the middle of a Kygo or Thomas Jack set. With an effortless flow, the young producer’s take on “Motion” is sure to transport the listener back to carefree summer festival days.

Download Schier’s “Motion” remix for free here.

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