Posts Tagged ‘feel good’

August 31, 2017
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I was over the moon when feel good electronica purveyor Gryffin and melodic bass genius Illenium teamed up with Daya on their supermassive hit Feel Good. I was also overjoyed when plenty of amazing remixes of the song surfaced, as expected. A new electronic duo fresh on our radar from Tuscaloosa, Alabama have floored me with their recent take on the song. ZEWMOB, who describes themselves as a live electronic music experience comprised of two accomplished music producers Ryan Lee & Clay Woods, takes us on a breathtaking and mellifluous future bass adventure. They lift us from ambient introspection to the exhilarating expanse of the cosmos with the monumental edit’s spectacular ascent and lofty peaks. You can download their remix, here.

June 9, 2017
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It was a jaw dropping affair when producer/multi-instrumentalist Gryffin teamed up with melodic bass connoisseur Illenium to deliver a bedazzling anthem featuring Pittsburgh pop starlet Daya earlier this year. Just when I thought Feel Good couldn’t feel anybetter, Los Angeles’ Spirix swoops on to the scene with an uplifting future bass remix. This panoramic re-work leaves me breathless with its aerial leaps and choppy radiance. Spirix says to message him on Facebook for an MP3 copy of the track, here.

May 22, 2017
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Melodic bass mover & shaker ILLENIUM plus illustrious producer/multi-instrumentalist Gryffin teamed up earlier this year on an epic hit named Feel Good, featuring Pittsburgh pop sensation Daya. The rhapsodic beauty still has a firm hold over me. Ohio’s Crankdat has since given Feel Good a phenomenal work over. We’re accustomed to the producer’s brain jogging, adrenaline pumping concoctions, but on this remix, Crankdat chose to go with a melodic lifting approach that combines progressive house, future bass, and dubstep. A flood of bliss and an eruption of rapture overtakes us as we dance to our hearts’ content to Crankdat’s truly “feel good” remix, which is out now on iTunes, here.

March 5, 2017
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This next requisite share brings together a stellar lineup of talent I never thought I’d see together on one song. News itself of Feel Good stirred up a colossal amount of buzz days ahead of the epic song’s release. Melodic bass mover and shaker Illenium and gifted producer plus multi-instrumentalist Gryffin have joined forces to deliver the bedazzling beauty of an electronic aria. And, as if that isn’t mind blowing enough, rising Pittsburgh pop superstar Daya lent her honeyed vocals to the song, too. There’s no mistaking each one of these artists’ signature touch in Feel Good. Daya’s mellifluous pop, Gryffin’s guitar lush electronica, and Illenium’s epic grandeur all endow the soaring anthem. Feel Good is well on its way to becoming one of 2017′s top crossover smashes. The single is out now on Darkroom / Interscope. 

October 29, 2016

Los Angeles alt pop trio The Federal Empire has quickly risen to be one of the most exciting emerging indie bands of the moment. They just released a stellar debut EP today named The American Dream, and though I’m itching to wax poetic over that gem of a record, you’ll have to wait till later this weekend to hear me babble about it. For now, we’re diving into their collaboration with celebrated Dutch producer Martin Garrix, Hold On & Believe. The song is a heartfelt dance anthem, one which The Federal Empire themselves told me they feel is an important song for everyone struggling. It’s indeed a lifting and inspiring song, one with grand builds and majestic progressions. A proverbial sun rises in my mind and bathes everything with golden optimism as my spirit rises to Martin Garrix’s feel good progressive house. The Federal Empires’ earthy endearing vocals emit a warm glow as they accompany us like old friends through this magnanimous journey. Hold On & Believe is out now on iTunes.

April 1, 2016

The release of Satin Jacket’s debut album, Panorama Pacifico, is just around the corner. As we count down the final days till April 8th, the electropop and dance duo formed by German producer Tim Bernhardt and vocalist Den Ishu takes us to new levels of heavenly ecstasy with new album taste Feel Good. The dreamy luminous jam (a new rendition of previously named song Make Me Feel Good) features sexy vocals by Los Angeles based quartet, Scavenger Hunt, whose soothing, feathery cooing give Feel Good a crisp and refreshing aura. As Satin Jackets themselves explain, Feel Good feels like “jumping into a cool pool on a hot summer day”. Pre-order Satin Jackets’ debut album from various outlets, here.

November 22, 2014
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A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of sharing an ace debut song, So Long, featuring ZADA, from a new Los Angeles based act named Dropout. Folks, it wasn’t a fluke. Today, Dropout released their second song, More, featuring Ryan Ellis, and it’s such a sprightly, bright dance track! The uplifting More is an addictive, infectious track that will have people pressing the play button over and over again. As on So Long, they seem to have a blast skillfully blurring electronic genre lines. More is some cheery soulful house with a hint of funk, but it also carries some feel good progressive house vibes. Revisit their debut song So Long, featuring Zada, below. And keep a close eye on these guys!

November 8, 2014
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I might be a little late on this one, but Brooklyn indie rock band Walking Shapes’ Feel Good is, well, too good, not to take the time and share. Walking Shapes released their debut album, Taka Come On, over the summer. Feel Good is a delightfully breezy pop and art rock imbued single from the album. This week, the band released a new live video for the warm, infectious song, filmed at CMJ 2014.

November 8, 2014
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I might be a little late on this one, but Brooklyn indie rock band Walking Shapes’ Feel Good is, well, too good, not to take the time and share. Walking Shapes released their debut album, Taka Come On, over the summer. Feel Good is a delightfully breezy pop and art rock imbued single from the album. This week, the band released a new live video for the warm, infectious song, filmed at CMJ 2014.

August 6, 2014
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A few weeks ago, I encountered the music of an Australian electronic duo named Urban Contact. They proceeded to win so many of us over with melting electronic single Million Questions, a soaring, feel good anthem, that we’ll revisit down below. On the duo’s latest track, they’ve remixed Austria indie pop band Nihil’s bluesy Help Our Souls, creating an upbeat but chill melodic house jam out of it. It’s quite fantastic. Don’t forget to revisit Million Questions below, or check it out if you missed it the first time.