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Best Releases Of The Week [1.13.23]

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“Make Me Feel” – The Chainsmokers x Cheyenne Giles

The Chainsmokers teams up with the US artist Cheyenne Giles for the club single “Make Me Feel.” This contemporary house music track features a seductive beat with prominent use of percussion and a spacious sound design. It has a nostalgic ’90s feel with its flashy synth sounds and incorporation of vintage vocal samples.


“Deja Vu” – Fox Stevenson

The final single on the Fox Stevenson’s ‘Enemy Brain Entertainment Suite EP’, “Deja Vu” features melodic flows over upbeat beats and carries a message criticizing those who do not uphold values or make a positive impact. The track balances elements of dance and pop-rock music and is intentionally catchy with a strong pop influence.


“S.O.S.” – Zeds Dead x Jauz featuring Nicole Millar

S.O.S. is the third collaboration from Zeds Dead and Jauz and the first featuring Australian singer/songwriter Nicole Millar. A woozy and melancholic vocal hangs over a throwback melodic dubstep instrumental that combines both producers’ distinct flair for soulful bass lines and hummable melodies.


“Unbeatable” – THRASHA

THRASHA‘s latest release, “Unbeatable,” is a powerful and energetic song that encourages listeners to overcome obstacles and be victorious. The lyrics convey the message of being the hero of one’s own story and to rise to the challenge when it matters the most.

“Ghost” – Jason Leech

Jason Leech’s new track ‘Ghost’ opens up with beautiful synths and piano, creating a soothing atmosphere and vibe; then bringing in Raddix vocals and a four on the floor beat to switch the energy and build up into something big.  After a huge build it blends into an uplifting drop of synths and vocals that make you want to sing along.


“Making Time” – Sultan + Shepard featuring Julia Church

Making Time” is the second single from Sultan + Shepard‘s upcoming album, “Forever, Now.” The phenomenal song is a stunning collaboration between the LA-based duo and South African-born London-based Julia Church known for her effortless ethereal tones which featured on her collaboration “Oh, Miles” with Lane 8.

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