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Whethan – So Good (feat. bülow)

In Dance, Electronic, Pop, Upbeat by Jeff

Whethan enlists vocalist bülow for this bright and bass heavy new jam, “So Good.” A few of his recent releases have skewed into more traditional pop territory, but “So Good” hits the sweet spot between pop and electronic, creating an irresistible contrast between the syrupy vocals and the waves of grinding bass. It’s the best of both worlds, and that …

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The Weeknd – Blinding Lights (Major Lazer Remix)

In Electronic, Pop, R&B, Remix, Upbeat by Jeff

There’s nothing like some new Major Lazer to brighten up your day! This time the guys remix The Weeknd‘s throwback pop single, “Blinding Lights”—revamping the song with snappy percussion and an addictive new lead synth. It creates a breezy vibe that pairs well with The Weeknd’s soaring vocals, and I especially the breakdown near the end that brings the song …

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070 Shake – Guilty Conscience (Devault Remix)

In Dance, Electronic, Pop, R&B, Remix by Jeff

Orange County producer Devault puts a high energy electro spin on 070 Shake‘s “Guilty Conscience” and it’s a ton of fun. I loved 070 Shake’s debut album Modus Vivendi from earlier this year, and I think her catchy vocals were just begging for a good electronic remix. Devault gets the job done with this one—reworking the original into a vigorous …

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Gill Chang – Sad About It (feat. Luma)

In Chill, Electronic, Pop by Jeff

This is a bit of a throwback as it was released 6 months ago, but I just heard it for the first time and fell in love. “Sad About It” fits right in line with the rest of Gill Chang‘s consistently high quality electronic music, while standing out as one of his most unique songs to date. He enlists Luma for …

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Birdriot – Wanna Go (Colson XL Remix)

In Chill, Electronic, Pop, Remix by Jeff

Up and coming producers Colson XL put a hypnotic spin on Vancouver based artist Birdriot‘s new song “Wanna Go”. The original is a spacey pop/R&B tune with warbling autotuned vocals and clean production. Colson XL’s remix maintains the core elements of the song while introducing slick new percussion and synths, chopping the vocals, and speeding things up to create a …

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Madeon – Be Fine

In Dance, Electronic, Pop, Upbeat by Jeff

The latest single from Madeon‘s upcoming album, Good Faith, shows the French DJ and producer at his absolute best. “Be Fine” is brimming with upbeat energy—twinkling piano, skyscraping synths, and warm, catchy vocals make for an exiting listen all around. I especially love the way the choir-style samples provide such an organic contrast to the rest of the songs electronic …

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MEMBA – For Aisha (ft. EVAN GIIA & Nooran Sisters)

In Electronic, Pop, Upbeat by Jeff

MEMBA is easily one of my favorite electronic acts of the past few years. They have an insanely unique style and manage to impress with every new release. “For Aisha” is their latest offering, and its upbeat vibes are impossible to resist. Vocals from Evan Giia and Nooran Sisters soar overtop Indian inspired instrumentation, oozing positivity with every note. It’s …

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Flume – Rushing Back (feat. Vera Blue)

In Chill, Electronic, Pop by Jeff

Flume has been playing this one out live for a while now, and I’ve been patiently waiting for the official release. Now the day has come and it was well worth the wait. “Rushing Back” features gorgeous vocals from Vera Blue, backed by the style of intricate production that embodies Flume’s signature sound. There’s really nothing else out there that …

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EKALI – Be Fine (feat. Wafia)

In Chill, Electronic, Pop by Jeff

Mainstay electronic producer Ekali enlists talented singer Wafia for breezy new single, “Be Fine”. Lush layers of instrumentation unfold alongside Ekali’s delicate vocals, with waves of catchy synths kicking in with the chorus. Everything comes together perfectly on this one, creating a dreamy sound that’s hard to resist.

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Two Friends – Dollar Menu (T-Mass Remix)

In Dance, Electronic, Pop, Remix by Jeff

San Fran producer T-Mass recently put an upbeat, energetic spin on Two Friends pop single “Dollar Menu”. Singer Dani Poppitt‘s vocals are still front and center, but T-Mass threw in some insanely catchy synths and a powerful drop reminiscent of classic dance tunes of days past. It’s been stuck bouncing around in my head for the past few days, and …