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Chicago-based Louis The Child, comprised of Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett, have released their second collaboration with female vocalist Ashe, “Right To It,” Ashe last lent her voice to the self-proclaimed “music that makes you happy” production duo for their jazzy single “World On Fire,” which was released on their acclaimed Love Is Alive EP.

Right To It” veers towards the experimental side of pop, and fits swimmingly with LTC’s prominently lighthearted discography. The song keeps summer alive, radiating a tropical sensation in its lush drums, shakers, and lyrics: “If you wanna we can get right to it. Mix some vodka with some ‘OJ.”  Review Found On Dancing Astronaut

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Sia stages a quirky Christmas Day party in her celebrity-packed “Santa’s Coming for Us” video. Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard star as the husband and wife of a massive family; Caleb McLaughlin (Stranger Things), Sophia Lillis (IT) and Wyatt Oleff (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2) appear as the children; Henry Winkler and Susan Lucci show up as the grandparents; and Curb Your Enthusiasm’s J.B. Smoove arrives down the chimney as Santa Claus.

The clip opens with Bell walking down the stairs of the family home. The clip then turns colorful as other relatives show up, eat dinner and break into a giddy dance party.

The horn-fueled “Santa’s Coming for Us” highlights Sia’s recently issued holiday LP, Everyday Is Christmas. The album, which the singer co-wrote with producer Greg Kurstin, also includes the love song “Snowman.”

“She is unbelievable,” Kurstin told Entertainment Weekly of his collaborator. “I don’t know how she comes up with song lyric and melody ideas so quickly. She’s like no one else … What really blows my mind is just that she wrote these new Christmas stories, in a way and it’s kind of amazing that she did that.” Review By Rolling Stone

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When Australian electronic singer, songwriter and producer Alison Wonderland talks about her single “Happy Place,” she does so with her eyes down, one slender finger tracing circular shapes on the table top. It’s a song about triumph over darkness, and it’s very rewarding in its final product, but it didn’t come from its namesake.

“I was actually in the dark,” she says. “When you’ve got depression, you don’t really have any insight into what you wanna do, so you don’t wanna leave your room. I was feeling like that. It’s hard to even remember what’s good about yourself when you feel that way, and I was just desperate to see some kind of light.”

Happy Place” purposely plays on the wild ups and downs of mental illness. It opens with airy strings and grounding chimes as Wonderland sings about her struggles to remain in sunny spaces. Tensions grows as the build leads to a jungle gym of clashing noise, landing in one of Wonderland’s wildest creations to date.

“[It’s] the two polar opposites of my brain,” she says, “so I wanted it to be this ethereal thing wrapping up into the crazy, complicated, fucked up side of my mind, then coming back down to this helpless limbo world that I was in.”

“Fuck me up on a spiritual level,” the mantra blasted on social media and across merch this past year, worms its way into her lyrics for the first time. It’s a reference to the feeling she gets on stage, the surge of power and understanding and communication that builds between her and the crowd when things go right. It’s a feeling she chases in creative moments back in the studio, too.

Happy Place” is the lead single from forthcoming album Awake. It’s a deeply personal collection of songs written over the past year that addresses the musician’s struggles and victories head on.

“I feel like every single person out there has felt really low at one point in their life, and it’s just so taboo,” she says. “I think mental illness is something people should be more open about. Things could be prevented. There’s times where I’m really glad I last minute texted someone like ‘Oh, I’m really not good.’ I have really great people around me, but it’s really important to show people that I’ve been there, but I got through it.”  Review By Billboard

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In advance of EP2, producer and singer Yaeji has released a new single, “Raingurl.” Keeping with her bass-heavy, house-influenced production, the song’s four-on-the-floor drum machine maintains a thundering pace that turns an otherwise blissed-out, hazy synth track into a dance floor banger.

Yaeji’s vocals, which have always stood out for their nasally bluntness, add an extra level of subdued sensuality to the beat. The song’s lyrics reimagine the traditional party themes, imagining “Mother Russia in my cup” and alternating between Korean and English throughout the song. It’s an exciting reinvention of house music, a genre that is still largely dominated by male artists. Yaeji’s strident voice serves as a reminder that she’s here to change all that. Review Found on Spin.

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Emerging with a brand-new version of their recent link-up, Kryder and Erick Morillo have drafted in Bella on this mesmeric Vocal Mix of ‘Waves’. With lovely guitar brushes and Bella Hunter’s seductive vocals working in tandem splendidly with the side-chained pads and strong build, this version gives House fans a reason to smile.

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To start her new video for “Beautiful Trauma,” the title track of her most recent album, Pink lifts her pink sleeping mask inscribed with “Mrs.” and stretches. Upon getting out of bed, she awakes a sleeping Channing Tatum, who serves as her husband in this colorful alternate universe where they are not Pink and Channing Tatum, but rather Ginger and Fred Hart — an homage to Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.

Ginger gets dressed for the day — apron and all — and vacuums her all-blue living room while Fred sits on the couch (still covered in plastic) and reads the morning’s newspaper. Ginger is trying her best to be a perfect housewife, but she irons a hole into Fred’s dress shirt and singes their breakfast. Fred sneaks some alcohol into his morning coffee, while Ginger downs handfuls of pills from the cabinet, playing on the song’s hook “My love, my love, my love, my drug.”

Both feeling a little higher, they break out into full-fledged choreography in the green-themed kitchen. Later in the video, after Ginger and Fred cross-dress for fun at home, they take their dancing to a proper club where the night turns a bit naughty before the couple return home to tuck neatly into bed — exactly where they started.

The video is billed as a Goldenboyz Picture directed and choreographed by Nick Florez and RJ Durell.

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