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Joseph Trem has released the Pop hit we all need to hear right now with “I Just Wanna Have Some Fun”

Up and coming Pop artist Joseph Trem has recently released their latest up-vibe Pop single, and it is everything that the airwaves need right now. “I Just Wanna Have Some Fun” is anything but your average feel-good hit. There is a potent amount sincerity and inspiring soul which has been poured into the single to make sure that it’s not just shoving the demand to be happy down your throat.

Usually, Pop songs will try to gloss over the fact that a significant proportion of people are actually incredibly depressed. Joseph Trem makes their acknowledgement of the world’s collective despair and encourages them to embrace life in spite of the crushing sadness.  Sentiment aside, I Just Wanna Have Some Fun is also an incredibly catchy hook-filled EDM Pop mix which contains plenty of Funk amongst the synthy euphoria.

You can check out Joseph Trem’s single I Just Wanna Have Some Fun for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Si Connelly – State of the Nation: Soberingly Danceable Alt Electronica

Electronically produced tracks and soulfully arrestive vocals don’t often go hand in hand. But you can prepare to be transfixed by Si Connelly’s emotively raw harmonics in their latest single “State of the Nation”.

As you can probably guess from the title, State of the Nation isn’t a track which deals in contrived archetypal euphoria-encouraging lyrics. Instead, you’ll be treated to poetically sobering lyricism which does much, much more than just scratch at the surface of superficiality.

It’s highly perceptible that State of the Nation was born through the visceral frustration felt by the disparity-breeding times we are living in. It’s almost worth the sufferance to be able to soak up the resonance of such a strikingly protestive dance mix.

You can check out Si Connelly’s latest single State of the Nation by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Illegal NoiZe – Inlimit: Ominously Danceable Instrumental EDM

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Illegal NoiZe (formerly known as DJZ) has recently dropped their atmospherically dark feat of EDM “Inlimit”. With a sound so polished it resonates as cinematic and rhythmic pulses which are caustically compelling, you get little choice in whether or not you get hooked into the sharp electronic track.

It’s not all too often we can say that Instrumental Electronica tracks offer any amount of distinctive appeal. But considering the fact that Inlimit is so ominously danceable, Illegal NoiZe won’t have all too much trouble re-establishing themselves.

The honesty, in the admission of their bootleg misadventure which saw DJZ’s name disappear from the internet makes Illegal NoiZe’s (and they’re incredibly apt name) mixes even more appealing.

You can check out Illegal NoiZe’s mix Inlimit for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Charlie John – Sun Comes Up: Soul-Soaked Feel-Good Pop

US-based Pop artist Charlie John has recently released their latest single “Sun Comes Up”. As you can probably guess from the title, it’s an energetic party hit composed to get the euphoria spilling.

The track sits right on the contemporary curve and hooks you in right from the tentative pacing of the first verse as you wait for the momentum to build.

Charlie John has one of the most naturally magnetic voices I’ve heard in Pop in a while. However, it was easy to feel that the soundscape didn’t quite match their vocal style and that there was a lack of synergy between the two. There’s so much soul in Charlie John’s vocals, I’d love to hear it undiluted. Having said that, Pop tracks as talent infused as Sun Comes Up don’t appear on our radar every day

You can check out Charlie John’s latest single Sun Comes Up for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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STATIS – ABDUCTION: Intergalactically Intense Hip Hop

Breaking Dubstep artist STATIS has recently released their atmospherically sonic mix “ABDUCTION”. As you can probably guess by the name, there’s plenty of Sci-Fi futurism weaved into the track through inventive sampling. But what you probably won’t be prepared for is the sheer veracity of the relentlessly reverberant bass; prepare your eardrums for a pounding.

ABDUCTION may not be for the faint-hearted, but for anyone who likes their Dubstep filthy and fast, you’re sure to appreciate the caustically mind-blowing mix. And plenty of people have already jumped on the perceptible hype of the US-based artist. It’s evident that STATIS knows just how to structure a captivatingly chaotic track capable of hooking you in right from the very first soul-rattling offering of bass right up to the outro.

You can check out STATIS’ latest single ABDUCTION for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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ANDRADA – I’ll Be Lovin’ You: Vibrantly Euphoric Future Pop

Breaking Pop artist ANDRADA’s big beat summer Pop hit “I’ll Be Lovin’ You” didn’t fail to attract plenty of hype since its release on August 27th. With the infectious rhythm and energy, the track has to offer, it’s easy to see why.

I’ll Be Lovin’ You is a flawless radio-ready feat of high-octane danceable Future Pop which will undoubtedly become your new perennial Pop earworm once you hit play. But the single is much, much more than your average offering of melodic euphoria which falls down to ANDRADA’s naturally harmonic vocals. The way in which the soundscape constantly evolves also plays a heavy hand in amplifying the immersive magnetism in I’ll Be Lovin You.

You can check out the official video to ANDRADA’s latest single I’ll Be Lovin’ You for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Carrie Cleveland – Make Love to Me: Hazy, Rich, Groove-Soaked Soul

If you told me that Carrie Cleveland’s latest album was recorded in the golden era of Soul, I’d believe you. However, Carrie Cleveland has been able to bring that archaically cathartic magnetism to her debut 2019 album “Looking Up: The Complete Works”.

Each of the tracks possesses their very own captivating charm, but you can’t go far wrong hitting play on the 7” promotional version of “Make Love to Me”.

The danceable track fuses Ska rhythm with ethereally pure soul to create a light and transient soundscape, but the romanticism weaved into the rhythms definitely won’t fail to resonate. Carrie Cleveland’s vocals perfectly blend into the hazy, rich, and groove-soaked melodies making Make Love to Me a track you’ll always find pools of sweetly textured immersivity in.

You can check out Carrie Cleveland’s single Make Love to Me along with the rest of their debut album by heading over to Spotify.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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C-Side Productions breathe new life into David Guetta & MORTEN’s “Never Be Alone”

C-Side Productions may be a relatively new name on the airwaves, but their remix of David Guetta & MORTEN’s single “Never Be Alone” stands as an undeniable testament to their production talent.

Which should come as no surprise considering that members of C-Side Productions have worked with David Guetta himself plus other infamous artists such as Katy Perry.

With their rework of the track, there’s a hazier brand of euphoria in the mix and a slightly stronger Pop edge, but don’t worry, it’s still a highly danceable drop which is an aural landmine of instrumental hooks, and high-octane anthemic energy.

You can check out the Never Be Alone Remix which was released on August 19th for yourselves by heading over to YouTube now

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Julien Fade & M4rk Jordan – Boujee: Brutally Alchemic EDM

There’s EDM, and there’s the brutally alchemic aural beast which German producer Julien Fade created in collaboration with M4rk Jordan.

Right from the prelude, it’s perceptible that “Boujee” wasn’t orchestrated by producers who were a little Ableton curious. It wouldn’t surprise me if Julien Fade & M4rk Jordan had perfectly mapped the human psyche to find out just how to dexterously align their high-octane mix to the body’s rhythmic pulses.

Even though the textures and sheer amount of bass are hard-hitting, Boujee has kept the mix vibrant, danceable, and perhaps most importantly, unforgettable. There’s no droning Techno here, just volatile progressions worthy of losing your mind to on a sticky dancefloor.

So, if you’re looking for a track that leaves you a little too unsure with yourselves after it has left you in a sated daze you can check out Boujee for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Thaddius – Heaven: Nineties Dance Nostalgia

Heaven is the latest single from up and coming EDM artist Thaddius. The soundscapes come alive through the artist’s passion for combining energy, frequency and vibration to create beats which carry their own waves of lucidity. In the five-minute duration you’re treated to waves of lush synth, and the soft kicks of the drum machine. As much as I enjoyed the track, I would love to hear something a little more inventive in the next mixes, especially when it comes to the lyricism and vocal styling. Having said that, when the beats are that transcendental, the end result was still a stellar beat.

If you’re looking for an immersive, nostalgic hit to take you right back to the golden age of Dance music, head over to SoundCloud and check out Thaddius’ latest single which was released July 2nd now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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