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Tujamo And Danny Avila working things up here to shake it down right. It’s go time when Cream hits the floor, dropping bouncy chords and some twisting effects, all founded on a raw groove featuring heavy kicks and rhythmics. A more than effective DJ tool that’s gonna raise hands every time. Shake it down!

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Tujamo And Danny Avila – Cream [Uncensored Version] (HD Video)

Uploaded to W&W’s official YouTube channel earlier this wMonth (March 2019), the duo shared their latest music video featuring Japan’s most prominent Virtual YouTuber. But while the song is almost a total 180 on what you’d expect from Kizuna AI following her previous releases, this song would definitely appeal to the rave junkies that W&W would normally appeal to. It’s very much a European dance track and carries all the staples of its genre.
It’s probably no secret that W&W are fans of Japanese pop culture. In mid-2018 the duo released a collaborative single with hardcore producer Darren Styles complete with an anime-style music video. Though you’d think it should be obvious, apparently it helps quite a lot when your hard-embedded music video subtitles aren’t straight out of Google Translate, especially when you compare it to the on-screen subtitles for “The Light”.
While his actual involvement isn’t quite detailed, it’s also mentioned quite clearly in the video description that Tokyo-based producer TeddyLoid was also involved in the creation of this song. In addition to this, the track received support from Avex’s “Future of Music” imprint. The music video was captured in real time inside TheWaveVR, a Los Angeles-based tech startup whose platform allows for concerts and events inside virtual reality spaces.

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More and more EDM DJ/producers have embraced classic styles of dance music of late, but Quintino’s latest fusion is particularly unexpected. The Dutch DJ/producer has released a track titled “teQno (Music Is The Answer)” that derives influence from the techno genre.
Before you get too excited, the song itself is a big room anthem made with sold-out festival crowds in mind. Incorporated throughout are droning bass lines and heavy kick drums that simply hint at the subversive aesthetic of techno. Rounding out the arrangement is a “classic ’90s vocal sample” that invigorates the concept with a singalong quality.
Quintino (real name Quinten van den Berg) broke through in 2011 with a remix of Cidinho & Doca’s “Rap Das Armas” and continues to command a sizeable following today. Last year alone, he amassed over 100 million streams on Spotify.

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“We had such a blast working with Mayra and each other on ‘Savages’ and were really excited to see it do so well. In the studio, we inspire and bring out the best in each other, so we were looking to put this into practice again. The result of that is ‘Shameless’ and we hope the world will love this one as much as we had fun writing it.” ⏤ Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano

Following the success of smash single ‘Savages’, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Bruno Martini and Mayra have linked up again to reach even greater heights with their new offering. Juggling Mayra’s dynamic vocals with stellar builds and powerful, club-ready drops, ‘Shameless’ could very well be one of their biggest records of the year.

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The Chemical Brothers have shared the latest single from their forthcoming album No Geography, “We’ve Got To Try,” along with an accompanying music video that dropped Friday.

The electronic duo’s pulsating new song is intensified by its video directed by Ninian Doff, who crafted the group’s 2015 clip for “Sometimes I Feel So Deserted.” The visual chronicles the “rags-to-riches” tale of an abandoned dog named “Girl” who after leaving the streets of London, embarks on a journey of self-discovery.

The Chemical Brothers also released a remix of the track titled “WGTT15000BPM F1 NEEEUM Mix” to celebrate the beginning of the 2019 F1 season. According to a press release, to make the remix, the track was “broken down, re-engineered and accelerated to 15,000 beats per minute (BPM) to reflect the 15,000 beats per minute (BPM) that today’s hyper-complex F1 cars are capable of reaching.”

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Do you believe in love at first sight? One minute, you’re walking down the street, the next, you’re completely taken aback by a beautiful stranger. Most of these encounters come and go without a second thought, but some of those faces stick with us through the night, haunting with the possibility of something more.

Robin Schulz’s latest, “Speechless,” is a bright and bubbly ode to such encounters. Singer Erika Sirola brings those powerful moments to life, weaving the details of sudden romance with charm.

The music video really shines, too, as it tells the story of one man’s tireless effort to catch a woman’s attention. Shot in a street food restaurant in Mumbai, India, our hapless hero even breaks into synchronized Bollywood-style dance, but will it do him any good? It’s colorful and adorable. You’re sure to break into a few audible chuckles.

“Speechless” is a warm and fuzzy house-pop tune that goes down smooth and easy. Look out for Schulz as he plays both a customer and the head chef in the video below. This article originally appeared in Billboard.

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After having conquered the classic Viral on Spotify worldwide with the summer hit “Bella Ciao (Remix)”, HUGEL presents another remix of one of El Profesor’s most important productions. The French DJ and Producer has reached the Billboard charts and his last remix follows the precedents for Tiesto, Post Malone, Preme, Dzeko and others.

“Ce Soir?” Is based on Lady Marmalade, a song originally written in the 70s that has been the subject of numerous successful international releases, with a talent for turning classics into lethal weapons for the world of clubs and festival, HUGEL has this goal also with “Ce Soir?”.

Starting from the beautiful voice of Laura White With a vibrant, the remix develops with a fast clap before leaving room for the bass line of the style of HUGEL. The new production arrives at the height of a summer full of events for the “viral” artist. 2018 was an exceptional year for HUGEL, with “Bella Ciao” which has accumulated over 100 million streaming plays and the summit on iTunes in Germany and Belgium among the many countries in the world that have danced with this remix. This article originally appeared in EarOne.

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