David Guetta has channeled a little piece of sonic sunshine for the summer alongside MistaJam and John Newman, “If You Really Love Me (How Will I Know).” The track is a rework of a Whitney Houston classic, updating the iconic hit into a feel-good dance floor jump starter.
John Newman‘s soulful vocals have become instantly recognizable in the electronic space by way of previous collaborations with the likes of Calvin Harris and Rudimental. The release is the first time Guetta has joined forces with MistaJam and Newman, though, even with the tall task of taking on Houston’s larger-than-life material, the three collaborators showcase an obviously complementary chemistry between one another. “If You Really Love Me (How Will I Know)” follows Guetta’s recent single with Becky Hill, “Remember.”
Guetta’s latest collaborative effort is out now via Warner/Parlophone. Listen below.
After releasing three tracks in one day in June, including collaborations with Destructo, Marshmello, and Da Baby, Troyboi fanatics were champing at the bit to get their hands on more of his larger-than-life outputs. Teasing the track via social media earlier this week, fans get yet another new drop as the Boi bursts into July with another nuanced bass track, “MADTING.”
Fans who’ve kept up with “Soundclash” producer since his earlier days can attest to the progression of Troyboi’s sound, evolving from explosive drops into a more fine-tuned and polished production style. On “MADTING,” the South London-native blends syncopated vocal chops, sharp sample work, and of course, a devastating bass line into a tight two and a half minute runtime. On his latest, Troyboi turns in a new festival-sized anthem with some pretty inspired artwork to boot.
Sónar Festival has announced that it is coming to Lisbon, Portugal in 2022. Sónar Festival has expanded far past its home base of Barcelona, and it has brought editions to cities all over the world including Reykjavik, São Paulo, Buenos Aires, Hong Kong, Istanbul, New York and Tokyo.
The Lisbon edition will run from April 8 – 10 and the festival will bring attendees separate day and nighttime programming. Daytime programming will take place in a newly constructed facility in the Cais do Sodré area. Night time programming will take place across three different spaces Pavilhão Carlos Lopes, Coliseu dos Recreio and the Lisbon Congress Centre. The festival brand promises “music, creativity, and technology” in a short trailer released on their newly created Sónar Lisboa YouTube channel.
For those looking to buy tickets to Sónar Lisbon’s inaugural edition, tickets can be purchased here. While a lineup is yet to be announced, organizers promise that one will be released “very soon.”
Louis The Child are gearing up to release their sophomore album, Euphoria, and have shared the second single from the project, “Keep On Moving” with NEZ and rhymer Theophilus London. The bouncy track highlights NEZ and Theophilus London‘s flows with pop-driven instrumentals.
The two-man electronic outfit, made up of Robby Haludren and Frederic Kennett, released the first single from Euphoria, “So What,” earlier this year in May. The release of the track also coincided with Louis The Child’s Euphoria Tour announcement, which will see the duo traversing through 32 major cities with support from Jai Wolf, K. Flay, The Knocks, What So Not, Whethan, Elderbrook, and more.
Good Times Ahead is heading into the holiday weekend with their newest single, “La Fiesta.” The track incorporates the duo’s well-established Miami-influenced sounds and party-primed production style. The Miami-native duo has been busy throughout the year, releasing the singles “So Good” and a collaboration with Dabow, titled “Rapido.”
Last year saw the pair joining Malaa for the Illegal Mixtape Vol. 3 with the single “Pshet.” Prior to that, the duo helped to host Insomniac‘s Moombahton Massive virtual event alongside genre figureheads Dave Nada, ETC! ETC!, and more. For those finding their way to poolside celebrations over the Independence Day Weekend, Good Times Ahead has you covered with their latest. Listen below.
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