Feki is building a buzz with the single Run Away. The track which follows Nothing Last Forever and Remember is his biggest to date.
The Brisbane producer spends most of time playing festivals and just wrapped a tour with Snakehips. He appeared at the Hard Grime Festival in March and is currently touring Australia with Kilter. Check out the video here.
The new track follows 2016’s Tin Man which won support from BBC Radio 1. The instance success also had them dubbed “The Best New Band in Ireland” by The Irish Times, while receiving a nomination for Song of the Year by Choice Music Prize.
Stockholm-based State Of Sound impresses with the tropical house track Love Me Like That. The song which was written by the duo consisting of Victor Norén and Joakim Andrén just passed 2 million Spotify streams.
Their latest track follows their debut ‘Higher Love‘ single which was certified gold in Sweden with over 14 million streams and ‘Wake Up Where You Are’, which now has over 60 million streams on Spotify.
You’ll definitely hear more from the dance pop duo, which quite frankly are just getting started.
Check out the latest remix of American Dream by The Federal Empire. The track which comes off their Remix EP first made waves in 2016 reaching top 5 on Hype Machine and landing on Spotify’s New Music Friday. Winning support from blogs like Earmilk, The Music Ninja, and Your EDM, their debut EP has clocked over 1 million streams.
Having written with Kaskade, Martin Garrix, and Vicetone, the Los Angeles duo which consist of Chad Wolf and McKay Stevens are no strangers to the scene. Chad’s last project Carolina Liar enjoyed platinum record sales.
You can seem them live at SLO BREW on 4/15, Sunset Marquis (West Hollywood) on 6/17, Sofar Sounds (Los Angeles) on 6/18, and Chinook Fest (Washington) on 9/9.
The Kings Parade has released their latest EP Haze. Think Alabama Shakes with hints of The Black Keys blending classic, alt pop, with a whole lotta of soul.
The new release follows the successful 2015 debut EP Vagabond which had them playing sold out shows at London’s Hoxton Bar & Kitchen. The 4 piece indie act which also held a residency at Ronnie Scott’s has also won praise by tastemakers including Clashion, Notion, and EarMilk. Interestingly, the UK act partly formulated their signature sound playing together regularly on a Hawaiian cruise ship.