House | Felix Jaehn and Hitimpulse Join Forces For “Cut The Cord”

Posted by on May 23, 2016


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It’s no shocker that Felix Jaehn is a mastermind in the tropical house genre. The German producer became instantly famous when he released his reggae, pop-infused remix of OMI’s “Cheerleader” last summer, which skyrocketed to the #1 spot on iTunes charts in over 55 countries. Suddenly bestowed with a huge international fan base, Felix was prepared to maintain that energy by showing off his musical dynamism by working with some of most talented producers and artists in the industry. Just last month, his pop-infused single “Can’t Go Home” with powerhouse artists Steve Aoki and Adam Lambert demonstrated the 21-year-old producer’s effortless ability to cross through genres and step outside his comfort zone.

Now, Felix Jaehn returns to once again surprise us with another genre-defying gem. His newest track “Cut The Cord” with Berlin-based producer Hitimpulse is a bouncy, evocative tune that highlights a fusion of rolling piano scales, thick synths, and a punching breakbeat rhythm.

Listen to the track below or find it here.

House | Boehm Keeps It Tropical On Remix of OMI’s “Standing On All Threes”

Posted by on March 4, 2016

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After his Jamaican pop hit “Cheerleader” turned into last year’s summertime anthem, OMI is back again to release a compilation of chilled-out, summery reworks from his album ME 4 U. Last week featured Norwegian producer Bergs’ refreshed version of “Hitchhiker”, a hyped up festival ready single. This week Romanian remix master Boehm slows down things with his turn over of “Standing On All Threes”. The track transforms the original song’s captivating melody into a more laid-back tropical tune by laying down a breezy saxophone and downbeat percussion elements alongside of OMI’s signature vocals. This track will have you wishing for warmer weather.

Deep House | Bergs Goes Deep On Remix of OMI’s “Hitchhiker”

Posted by on February 26, 2016

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Remixes are often great opportunities for artists on the rise, so for the Gold Coast-based producer known as Bergs, this OMI remix was definitely a no-brainer. With a handful of originals and remixes to his name, he’s been able to craft his own lane in the mellower, more daytime-friendly side of house music. Much like his other releases, he’s taken OMI’s “Hitchhiker” and given it his own, deeper flair that was previously not present in the original. Bergs successfully produced a DJ appropriate remix that is sure to light up the impending pool party and festival season. “Hitchhiker” is available for purchase/stream here.


Chill | Luca Schreiner Teams Up With Kimberly Anne To Release “Missing”

Posted by on January 13, 2016

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Based out of Germany, Luca Schreiner is repping for the Germans on the indie-house front, delivering an official cover of Everything But The Girl’s “Missing,” with vocals from Kimberly Anne, whom graced Sam Feldt’s radio hit “Show Me Love.” Truth be told, Luca is a name I’ve been paying attention to since his remix for OMI, “These Are The Days,” released officially on OMI’s album. Press play on the video above, and watch a love story between two Belgian shepherds  develop. This one’s an absolute must listen, and must watch!

Chill, Deep House, House | OMI – Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn Remix)

Posted by on February 10, 2015

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No matter how you outwardly express your opinion towards the genre, everybody loves tropical house. It is just saturated in feel-good vibes that transport you to any beach in the world right from your living room. Felix Jaehn hopped aboard the tropical train during its humble beginnings and has risen to the top in only a matter of a year. Last May, he remixed reggae singer, OMI’s, “Cheerleader” and took over global charts in a matter of weeks. The remix hit #1 in Australia, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden along with topping the iTunes, Spotify, and Shazam charts in many others. Check out the revitalized remix above.