Lunar Lunes: Louis Futon and The Philharmonix flip ‘Hey Arnold,’ Marshall Jefferson and Solardo deliver ‘Move Your Body’ + more

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Lunar Lunes: Louis Futon and The Philharmonix flip ‘Hey Arnold,’ Marshall Jefferson and Solardo deliver ‘Move Your Body’ + moreLouis Futon

Each week, New Music Friday sweeps through with torrential force, showering streaming platforms with immeasurable amounts of new tunes. Just like Dancing Astronaut rounds up 25 of the biggest songs of the week for the Hot 25 Spotify playlist each New Music Friday, Lunar Lunes serves as a landing pad for SoundCloud users who want a whole new dose of tunes to kick off the work week.

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

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Tropix takes on Leah Kate’s ‘WTF’ in tropically infused flip [Stream]

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Tropix takes on Leah Kate’s ‘WTF’ in tropically infused flip [Stream]DPT 9217

In response to romantic mystification, Leah Kate said, “WTF?” The result was a pop effort that, from the sing-a-long appeal of its vocal hooks to its fluid midtempo gait, epitomized easy listening. “WTF” newly gets the Tropix treatment in a tropically infused remix that makes a pop-electronic hybrid out of Kate’s original. 

Tropix told Dancing Astronaut that Kate’s “abstract vocal progressions and layers” immediately caught his attention. “When I first heard the chorus I knew I had to get my hands on the stems to remix it because I knew that with the right Tropix sounds and elements, it could turn into an emotional electronic track that would be perfect for any environment,” he added.

Tropix’s alterations add depth to “WTF.” Piano chords placed at the beginning of the song strengthen its sonic backbone. The beat meanwhile maintains its buoyancy, but noticeably gains a few layers in Tropix’s re-imagination. The breezy breakdowns are an undeniable highlight of Tropix’s remix.

Tropix masterfully manipulates the chords present on Kate’s original to craft undulating, tonally complementing drops. The producer takes “WTF” to the ‘Tropix’ for a warm revision.

Lunar Lunes: Anti Up deliver ‘Concentrate,’ Destructo, DARKO, and Ice-T create ‘Hustler’ + more

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Lunar Lunes: Anti Up deliver ‘Concentrate,’ Destructo, DARKO, and Ice-T create ‘Hustler’ + moreDestructo Boom Single

Each week, New Music Friday sweeps through with torrential force, showering streaming platforms with immeasurable amounts of new tunes. Just like Dancing Astronaut rounds up 25 of the biggest songs of the week for the Hot 25 Spotify playlist each New Music Friday, Lunar Lunes serves as a landing pad for SoundCloud users who want a whole new dose of tunes to kick off the work week.

Chris Lake and Chris Lorenzo have delivered some fresh heat via their first Anti Up release of the year, “Concentrate.” Destructo, DARKO, and Ice-T have cooked up a sultry new single, “Hustler,” and RAC has released his remix of Elohim and Whethan‘s “Sleepy Eyes.” Diplo flexes his house music muscles on “Hold You Tight,” and No Mana unveils his new mau5trap single with Winnie Ford, “House of Cards.” The Knocks bring the party to Blu DeTiger‘s “Mad Love,” and Bishu reveals his full Monstercat EP, Hali 2 Cali. The latest release on Tchami‘s CONFESSION comes from Andrea Marino in the form of “The Plug,” and Freak On takes to The Prescription Records for the Feel Like This EP. Khåen brings two new tracks to Lane 8‘s This Never Happened, and Zomboy and MUST DIE! make a formidable team on “Revival.” JayKode teams up with The Zealots vocalist Micah Martin on an intense new single, “Apocalypse.” Doctor P packs plenty of bass into “Death Anxiety,” and Codeko shows off a new remix of Two Friends‘ “Take It Off.” Don Diablo and CID bring “Fever” to the former’s own Hexagon, and Tropix and LAV8 drop their debut original song, “Fallin’.”

The selection is updated every Lunes (Monday).

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Tropix Adds His Twist to TELYKast’s Single “101”

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Tropix returns with their remix of TELYKast’s “101,” providing an enticing dance-pop spin on the original. Emotional lyricism provided by Melody Federer tells the relatable story of the inability to let go of a former love. The emotional aspect of the release is offset by its uplifting melody and rhythm, featuring sounds ranging from sub-bass

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Tropix Releases ‘Love You’ Just In Time For Valentine’s Day

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Happy Valentine’s Day fellow music-lovers. In celebration of a day all about love, we are happy to present Tropix’s new cover of Mario’s “Love You.” “While preserving the original lyrics, Tropix completely reimagines the song in the form of a goose bump-inducing future bass track that will absolutely knock your socks off. Reminiscent of Tropix’s

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Tropix Remix Lost Kings and Sabrina Carpenter’s ‘First Love’

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To go along with their unique tropical and summer vibes, Tropix has released their latest remix of Lost Kings and Sabrina Carpenter’s “First Love” as a free download. The remix of “First Love” is a follow up to their remix of Tritonal’s “Good Thing,” The Chainsmoker’s “My Type,” and Cheat Codes and Demi Lovato’s “No

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