At just twenty-one years old, Canadian singer Adil C is starting his career off strong. Following the successful release of his debut singe, “Good Enough”, released in 2018, Adil C has dropped his latest track “Where Are You”. The song doesn’t shy away from difficult, sometimes emotional issues; “Where Are You” is about the singer’s deteriorating relationship with his partner: “Where are you? I need you here with me”, Adil C sings. This tough subject is something most listeners can relate to, setting the track up for success.
In addition to Adil C’s raw, emotional vocals, the instrumental side of the track is powerful. A deep, rich piano adds emotion to the track, enhanced by electronic vocal cuts and tight drums. “Where Are You” is a song fit for the radio, with soaring pop melodies and relatable lyrics.
Swiss producer Jasmin Peterhans, known musically as Sensu, has released her latest track “Listen”, on Universal Music’s Quartz Records. The track is the first single from her upcoming album scheduled to release in September. The track features stunning vocals from Otis Junior, enhanced by silky smooth production by Sensu. “Listen” has a clear R&B influence, but elements of dance and alternative can also be seen. This fusion of genres is central to Sensu’s sound:
“The song ‘Listen’ perfectly represents the style of music I create. It’s a track with drum sounds that you could use in a hip-hop track and synthesizer sounds which could be used in a trance song, so it creates that electronic sound mixed with an organic feel to it” – Sensu
Sensu got her musical start as a classically trained pianist, which comes through the musical complexity of tracks like “Listen”. Her unique sound has allowed her to play at some of the world’s most prestigious festivals like Zurich Open Air, as well as recently sign a record deal with Universal. With multiple singles and an album releasing, 2019 is sure to be a huge year for Sensu.
“Early Night” is the latest track to come out of Chicago-based drummer and producer COFRESI. The track, which features New Jersey beatboxer-producer Flamingosis, is an energetic electronic tune with trap and electro influences. With deep bass hits and massive, thumping drums, the track is enjoyable to listen to from start to finish, but keeps its unique characteristics. COFRESI describes this style as a “chill banger”.
According to COFRESI, “Early Night” is a perfect mix between styles: “Early Night is a fresh interpretation of my style mixed with Flamingosis’. The verse sections ooze his signature beat oriented vibe while the drop sections showcase my approach to rhythmic, pounding & smooth sound design.”The track’s soaring melodies and energetic baselines are sure to draw listeners in.
Nashville based singer-producer Mokita has released his latest single “Til I Don’t”. Mokita says that the song is about “not being ready to move on from someone yet. When you go through a break-up, you and the other person don’t move on at the same rate.” This uncomfortable situation is relatable to many, and whilst having a sad subject matter, the song has a relatively happy mood. Mokita says he likes this contrast: “I think that dichotomy of sad/happy is always something in music that I’ve been drawn to.”
John-Luke Carter, known to his fans as “Mokita”, started his musical journey at a young age, playing piano from the age of six. Soon after, he picked up a guitar and started singing, eventually finding his way to the world of music production. With his musical background, he quickly turned up hit after hit, releasing music under his “Mokita” alias. Most recently, he’s released, “Til I Don’t” an energetic pop tune.
Fast-rising Swedish producer Finis Mundis has released his self titled street single, ’’Right Now?’’. This is Finis Mundis’ first release after the release of his debut album EVERYTHING AFTER. The aesthetic feel to this track brings you in to a trance of pure relaxation, creating an ambient effect with dreamy vocals, combined with a classic deep house vibe. Right Now has just blown us away !
“I was supposed to take on a remix of Billie Eilish’s ”lovely” when I produced ”Right Now?” last summer, it ended up that I pretty much lost the whole vibe of it. Me and my manager came up last September that this track might be the best way to show the world what my sound it going towards to; a more experimental and dark pop type of sound. ‘Right Now?’ is one of the demos that I felt like ‘ah screw it, let people hear this’, this is my way to try to push my more experimental side. I would describe this track as an echo of a heartbroken person questioning it’s lover ‘what makes you so happy right now?’ in silence. All alone.” – Finis Mundi
US based producer Neovaii has been on the underdogs in the electronic music scene, until now! Releasing his new album “Closure” of 7 tracks, Take It Back, Feel You, Bad For You, I Remember, Heart Shaped Box ,Meaning and Let Me Go. This album is his most ambitious creative project to date. From the high energy hype of ‘Take it Back’ to the melancholy mood of ‘I Remember’, including the epic cinematic cover of Nirvana’s ‘Heart Shaped Box’; this album is sure to take listeners on a diverse musical journey.
Finding his passion for music at a young age, he began experimenting with genres spanning from Alternative Rock to Pop, before finding his calling in Electronic Music. Neovaii has gone on to become a founding member of acclaimed projects such as Klaypex and Veorra. His work with these groups has been featured on Billboard Heatseekers charts, Next Big Sound charts, and others.
The project started in 2016 as his first solo endeavour, he has gone on to accrue millions of streams spanning three releases in record time. Having previously collaborated with artists such as Aero Chord, Ship Wrek, and Arman Cekin among others, as well as received support from brands such as Trap Nation, Trap City, MrSuicideSheep and more, Neovaii has gone on to receive over 300 million streams throughout his entire musical career. You can stream the full album on all platforms plus on Trap Nations Youtube below.
Future House producer RYLLZ digs further into his creative Trap style, presenting his latest work, a remix on Coolio’s most famous track, Gangsta’s Paradise (released in 1995).
Ryan Scully, or better know as RYLLZ has been making moves in the Electronic Dance Music scene, reaching impressive milestones throughout his music career. His most recent Trap original on Lacuna Records. Nemesis, established his newfound Trap style that you will hear below!
The track features the original sampled choir section and revolves the track around that, incorporating his own style of Trap into the mix, resulting in what has to be one of the best remixes I’ve heard so far this year!
Check out the track below:
Premiered on Vailant here and uploaded on his YouTube here