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Today sees the release of Jean Elan‘s newest track “Old Enough To Know Better.” The German producer and DJ delivers it via 1st Strike, and it immediately lifts the spirits. Having been at the forefront of electronic pop since 2010, Elan doesn’t disappoint with this release.

It delivers smooth melodic transitions, singalong vocals and light touches of piano work into the mix, making for an awesome vibe. He says: “This song is about how the lessons life has told you have shaped you and let you grow, but then again not letting them get in the way of always having the best time you could possibly have. Don’t overthink things and just live in the moment. Not caring about every little thing and just dancing to a groovy song is good for everyone out there.”

Check it here.

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The newest release on Ultra Music this week comes from The Tribe Of Good. Based out of London, the supergroup delivers an edit of the Bowie classic “Heroes,” and it has been taken from a forthcoming album.

There is so much to love about this reworking. Bringing in fresh melodies alongside soulful female vocals (recorded on vintage equipment for a classy touch), “Heroes” audibly lifts the spirit after each listen. With the likes of Phonat, Hal Ritson and Rich”Fiasco” Adlam behind The Tribe Of Good, it’s little wonder they make such awesome music.

Check out “Heroes” here.

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By The Wavs by Jemma Abraham - 3h ago

It’s the first release of the year for Quality Goods Records and it only seems right that we are treated to a strong collection of trap and future bass. Seven artists have taken on UZ‘s The Rebirth album, a wildly successful LP that dropped last summer.

Taking apart some of the tracks are Rome In Silver, who delivers a spritely edit of the killer “Mad,” and Silva who doses “Leave It” with slick flow and dynamic energy. We thoroughly enjoy the Hydraulix remix of “Cray,” but Jon Casey runs away with his captivating version of “Castle” ft. Nevve – well worth checking out.

Stream The Rebirth (Remixes) here.

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Chances are you will have already encountered US artist Justin Jesso. An immensely talented singer and songwriter, currently based in LA, he co-wrote and performed on Kygo’s “Stargazing,” and has been hard at work making his own material.

With an incredibly well received EP that dropped at the latter end of 2018, he is now bringing the track “Getting Closer” to an even wider audience via a new official video. Out today, the film captures footage of Justin Jesso performing solo. It helps to capture the story of loneliness and separation that is put across in the track, and really works as an accompanying visual.

Check it out here.

Justin Jesso - Getting Closer (Audio) - YouTube

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The razor sharp “freeform” bass producer Liquid Stranger is ready with another new single this week. Coming out through Wakaan ahead of his Infinity LP (due out later this month), is “Burn Like Sun” featuring Leah Culver.

There is plenty to soak up with this impeccable tune. Liquid Stranger doesn’t shy away from blending elements to create the finished product. Dynamic drums and a surging bassline pave the way for Culver’s beautiful vocals and its accompanying melodies.

With the album on the way, make sure you hear “Burn Like Sun” now.

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The latest release on Dirty Soul has been brought to us by Majestique. Known for their fusion of retro and quirky electronic/pop beats, the Dutch pairing shines with “How U Been.” A musical journey that brings Miles Hi along for the ride, it will help further their road to 2019 success.

It is a thing of beauty. Keeping the beat relatively simple, Majestique serve up fluid washes of vocals amongst analogue synths and a sashaying pop groove. With more new music rumoured to be on the horizon soon, our excitement levels are pumped up.

Check “How U Been” here.

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The razor sharp “freeform” bass producer Liquid Stranger is ready with another new single this week. Coming out through Waakan ahead of his Infinity LP (due out later this month), is “Burn Like The Sun” featuring Leah Culver.

There is plenty to soak up with this impeccable tune. Liquid Stranger doesn’t shy away from blending elements to create the finished product. Dynamic drums and a surging bassline pave the way for Culver’s beautiful vocals and its accompanying melodies.

With the album on the way, make sure you hear “Burn Like The Sun” now.

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It is finally here! I don’t think you understand how long I’ve waited. About ~200 days since Adventure Club teased this cover which they collaborated with Modern Machines x Saint Slumber on Superheroes Anonymous 9: Survival. If you’ve been to a show since June, you’ll know what I am talking about as well. Adventure Club, Modern Machines, and Saint Slumber have all come together to recreate a song that played a big part of my childhood, “MakeDamnSure” by Taking Back Sunday. There was a time pre-EDM where I was into the whole Warped Tour scene so I have a special affinity to the music. I’ve seen this cover been ID requested by a number of different people and we finally have the track.

This track really positions itself on bringing back those old vibes while introducing amazing production and fresh vocals. It is a fantastic way to start the year strong and will definitely bring us into festival season. I’ve gone around saying that 2019 is going to be the year of W’s just as Jon Jones believes he is going to win each fight. Last year, I mentioned that Modern Machines was going to do 2018 big. This year, he’s making it look minor starting with this track. Saint Slumber has continually shown their versatility and skill that is great to hear from the band. If you have heard this track before or you’re hearing it for the first time, you’re sure to love this Taking Back Sunday cover by Adventure Club, Modern Machines, and Saint Slumber. Check it out now!

Adventure Club x Modern Machines ft. Saint Slumber - MakeDamnSure (Taking Back Sunday Cover) - YouTube

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It has been a hot minute since I heard anything from the duo, SandJake. To commemorate the new year, I am writing about them first! They have managed to follow up their first track with a strong heavy hitter of a second track. Although, I must be honest with you and say that this track has me conflicted. SandJake puts out great music. The production is well done as the track sounds extremely pleasing. Alina Renae’s vocals are so beautiful and really nails this track. If you check out the remixes by Jose De Mara and Crusy, those two absolutely do work and make it a club hit.

My qualm is that I do not agree with the subject of the lyrics. I am not a fan of wanting people back because I am unable to move on. I don’t even believe that is healthy. That said, I am sure many people will resonate with it which makes this my opinion and opinions are subjective. It is also my opinion that despite the lyrics, I can enjoy this track and the remixes and I know you will too. Check it out now!

Check out more of Sandjake on FacebookInstagramSoundcloudTwitter, and YouTube.

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By The Wavs by Jemma Abraham - 3w ago

Davai are sounding wicked with their newest release. Out today is “Cry Like Kim K,” an instantly distinctive future-pop cut. For this track, the Norwegian two-piece have worked with both Lisa Ajax and Call Me Loop. Their vocal additions are an essential part of this single.

Davai are known for both “Replay” and “Loco,” and we imagine “Cry Like Kim K” will be one of their biggest releases to date. Speaking about the creative process, the duo says: “We wanted to do something unusual and fun, and the lyrics are something most people can relate to. The concept and the sound are playful, and it was a fun track to make. Call Me Loop and Lisa Ajax were amazing to work with, and they’ve the track the soul we wanted!”

Hit play now!

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