Steve Angello’s Mescal Kid Will Be At Tomorrowland

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The Tomorrowland lineup has been revealed and Steve Angello has been slated to play. He will not only play as Steve Angello but will also play as Mescal Kid, his underground moniker. The artist is most known for being a member of electronic supergroup Swedish House Mafia. Since their split in 2013, he’s been on his own path releasing multiple singles and dropping Wild Youth in 2016. Seeing Mescal Kid will be a treat for all Angello fans because it’s a chance to see a different side of the artist’s music.

It will be a busy festival for Angello as he is expected to performing both weekends this year. He will perform the first weekend on both the STMPD Records stage and Mainstage as Steve Angello. For the second weekend, he will be performing as Mescal Kid on the Sexy By Nature Stage. His Mescal Kid sets tend to stray away from the norm and it’ll be interesting to see what he brings for Tomorrowland. As for his other sets, we hope that he repeats Coachella and plays some more of his upcoming album. Check out the rest of the Tomorrowland Lineup here.

Eddie Thoneick Unveils New Single “Heart”

German DJ and producer Eddie Thoneick has revealed his new single ‘Heart’, due out 19th May via Steve Angello’s SIZE Records.

A strong example of his cleverly crafted production style, ‘Heart’ boasts striking synth patterns and crisp percussion, before an uplifting male vocal comes into play.

Eddie Thoneick has established himself as one of Germany’s most sought after production talents. Thoneick’s single ‘Lost In You’ with the legendary Erick Morillo has received nearly 2 million plays on Spotify alone. On the road, he has played revered venues worldwide, including London’s Ministry of Sound and Ibiza’s Pacha and Café Mambo.

Thoneick’s latest serving on Angello’s revered imprint is set to become a firm fixture on dance floors worldwide and will add to Thoneick’s remarkable success.

 

Felix Jaehn Releases “Hot2Touch” ft. Hight & Alex Aiono

Felix Jaehn returns to the studio having completed a rigorous run of festival and club dates across North America, South Africa, Indonesia and Europe. Now, the German platinum-selling DJ & Producer is ready to release his anthemic new track ‘Hot2Touch’, featuring rising British producer Hight and American viral phenomenon Alex Aiono.

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The first single from Jaehn’s highly-anticipated debut album, flaunts punchy piano chords and brass fanfares surrounding Aiono’s lively vocals. Co-produced by Hight – who is currently climbing the dance music ranks – the summer-infused anthem exhibits both Jaehn’s and Hight’s impeccable production styles combined with Aiono’s effortless vocal prowess.

‘Hot2Touch’ is set to become Felix Jaehn’s next summer anthem and will only add to the excitement surrounding his flourishing career.

DVBBS Team-Up With Belly For New Single ‘You Found Me’

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DVBBS – ‘You Found Me‘ – Canadian music duo DVBBS have once again demonstrated their dynamic production mastery with their newest release ‘You Found Me,’ in collaboration with Grammy-nominated songwriter and rapper Belly.

With chill trap vibes that perfectly goes well with Belly‘s signature flow along with DVBBS‘ Alex Andre taking over the mic for the track’s memorable chorus makes this a perfect production to add to this duo’s collection.

Statik Link Debuts ‘We Came To Party’ From Forthcoming Album

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Statik Link – ‘We Came to Party‘ – After a year of being in the scene and releasing a variety of productions, Statik Link is back and strong as ever. Now, he releases the first single off of his forthcoming full-length debut album Carpe Momentum, with ‘We Came to Party.’

Midwest bound, DJ and producer Statik Link has brought together funk with futuristic bass music. With vibes ranging from dirty low end madness to the authentic sounds produced by live instruments, he has taken the EDM soundscapes to a whole new level with a new wave of all things future funk. Knowing no limits, Statik Link is blurring the lines of hip-hop, funk and bass music while remaining true to his own raw, uncut, funky sound.