“All in All is my favorite song on the album,” tweets the famed Canadian singer, Shania Twain, about her newest album release.
“Dusk Till Dawn” is fun, it’s catchy, and has fans around the world cheering at the incredible musical arrangements. It is quite epic really, with both artists considered powerhouses in the industry. The high notes are delivered to perfection, while the overall vocals leave nothing to be desired. Truly, this is a masterpiece of a song, as pretty much anything Sia works on generally seems to be great!
MOTi played the perfect club set and took the audience on a truly special musical journey that few DJs are equipped to lead. If you have the opportunity to join one of these expeditions, I highly recommend it.
There is a reason Shakira’s held the Queen of Latin Pop title for over 15 years now, with so many singles topping the Billboard charts that it is hard to keep track of. On May 28th, we got wind of her newest single, a ballad called “Nada” sung entirely in Spanish and utterly inspiring. Many of the songs off the album have already found their way onto the Hot Latin Songs and Hot 100 lists, including “La Bicicleta” and “Chantaje” in the mix. “Déjà vu” and “Comme Moi” also appear on the track list, alongside the “Trap” duet.
“Beautiful People, Beautiful Problems” a fantastic collaboration with Stevie Nicks who Del Rey admits added so much to it with her contemporary ways. Now, with two months of waiting time still ahead of us, it is going to be a hard wait. Lana Del Rey seems to do that to all, just as she’s done for over a decade now.
Grandtheft is the newest face in the secret invasion of Canadian DJs that includes Shaun Frank, DVBBS, A-trak, Zeds Dead and deadmau5. I think they might be the EDM version of the Justice League: I won’t say who are Superman and Batman (I have my theories) but for sure vocalist Delaney Jane is Wonder Woman.
“Three Rings” has had fourteen video teasers of late that have been steadily released since April, finally appearing on all music platforms just at midnight on May 5. Quite the matchup there. After 5 years of hibernation, a single from the fifth album is released on the fifth day of the fifth month of this year. Beautiful strategy we would say to that. The album is expected to be “more adventurous” as per Grizzly Bear, while “Three rings” fairly bursts with an impeccable mix of guitar, bass, keys and synths. It is like weaving, each of the instruments perfectly crossing one another to create a rather dramatic melody that pulls you right in. Great to listen to as you try to get your work done during the day.
Illenium has produced a surprising number of insanely good original tracks, which he deftly remixed for the festival setting, to the delight (and occasional teary eye) of his fans. Among the best were Fortress, It's All on U, my new favorite Sound of Walking Away, and my all-time favorite Tiny Fractures. And as every good DJ should, he mixed in some other tracks including Kaskade's Disarm You, Don't Let Me Down by the Chainsmokers, and Flume's Say It.
MGMT have brought us their first new songs in four years and the Internet’s ablaze with the news.
There will be a host of top music guests on the new Calvin Harris album Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1, which he has described in a February tweed as working “with the greatest artists of our generation!!!” The Scottish record producer, DJ, singer and songwriter will be dropping the new album come June 30th, where we will get to see everyone from Frank Ocean, Travis Scott, Kehlani, Future and Pharrell to Katy Perry, Big Sean, John Legend, Khalid, Migos, Schoolboy Q, Ariana Grande, Young Thug, D.R.A.M., Nicki Minaj, Lil Yachty, Jessie Reyez, PARTYNEXTDOOR, and Snoop Dogg. Of course, fans will be the deciding factor on who actually is the best from this mix, but all in all, there is major hype happening, with the release of “Slide” with Frank Ocean and Migos collaborations, and “Heatstroke” with Young Thug, Pharell, and Ariana Grande. Harris’ last album was 2014’s Motion and this new one is expected to be spectacular.