Music Reviews

Felix Jaehn 

Thank You (Not So Bad) ft. VIZE 

Universal Music 


German producers VIZE and Felix Jaehn teamed up to deliver their take on the original song “Thank You” from Dido. The Universal Music release adds pulsating bass lines and groovy synths to bring the song into the new decade. With both tropical and dark elements at the same time, it’s an interesting way to recreate a classic. 




Know Your Worth ft. Khalid 

RCA Records / Sony Music 


Disclosure reunites again with Texas singer Khalid for his new single, “Know Your Worth”. Following their latest collaboration “Talk”, they needed to do something to meet those expectations. Even though is not the case, Disclosure demonstrate their bright, bubbly and groovalicious production style.  


Porter Robinson 

Get Your Wish 

Sample Sized 


The first single from Porter Ronbinson’s second studio albumNurture. With elements of 2000s era Japanese animation soundtracks, Robinson wrote, produced, and provided vocals for the track, pitching them to sound more femenineThis is the kind of song you’d expect from the producer. On point. 


Major Lazer 

Soca Storm EP 

Mad Decent 


Soca Storm” includes three new songs of the group, collaborating with soca singers Mr. Killa and Zeek. The whole EP is focused on the Caribbean musical genre called soca, a genre close to dancehall, a well-known movement for the music group. A nice surprise from Diplo & friends… 



Forever Yours 

Universal Music 


When Sandro Cavazza showed Avicii an early version of something he was working on, the Swede heard something special. Just before going up to the Ultra mainstage, he touched up what he had been given and turned the draft into one of the ten tracks he debuted that night. Four years after that debut, the song has been officially released by Norwegian Kygo 



Don’t Doubt Your Vibe 

Emo G Records 


Tesla and Space X CEO Elon Musk went into the studio to record his first ever dance music song and we have to say we are quite surprised. “Don’t Doubt Your Vibe” is exactly what he did on this one. Interesting progressions over some nice and well placed vocals. To hear during a trip to Mars, maybe? 


Elton John 

(I Gonna) Love Me Again (Purple Disco Machine Remix) 

Virgin EMI Records 


German DJ and producer Purple Disco Machine had the honor of remixing one of the great artists of modern music. The remix presents the characteristic funky sounds of Purple Disco Machine without too many alterations from the original.  



You Should Be Sad (Tiesto Remix) 

Capitol Records 


Tiësto puts his touch on “You should Be Sad by Halsey, adding pulsing synths to the backdrop and heightening the BPMs, all while retaining the acoustic elements. Dutch super star waved some electronic layers over the top, with a progressive backdrop that paves the way for his thypical big-room signature.  


Oliver Heldens 

Take A Chance 

Heldeep Records 


Oliver Heldens messing around with disco beats. A kinetic cut that radiates disco and house influence, with a vocal sample that loops colors into a snare-driven, bass-accented beat structure. A homage to the seventies with his particular touch, combining future bass with some old school flavor. 


KSHMR & Hard Lights 

Over and Out 

Dharma Worldwide 


This is the latest hardstyle track from KSHMRin collaboration with Malaysian DJ/producerHard Lights and vocals byCharlott BossIt’s a playful single built for all the major festivals KSHMR has lined up this year. Interesting to mix within some more melodic beats.  


Nicky Romero 


Protocol Recordings 


Dutch DJ and producer  Nicky Romero is showcasing his softer side with this romantic new single. With nostalgic vocals and gentle, the soft, progressive drop binds everything together to create a feelgood dance-pop ballad. 

March 31st, 2020

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