Gimme5 is an easy way to discover 5 new amazing tracks in one quick and easy post. Here is a cocktail of trap, future bass, chill and club-friendly tracks that moved our asses to the dancefloor!
In #Gimme5 today, let’s give some attention to jackLNDN, ATLiens x Felmax, Wangel x Mouthe, Nemmy & Jallacy and Hi Life. Keep calm and drop the bass!
Coming from Australia and surfing on the PC Music wave, the duo HI LIFE release the follow-up to “So Good” and it’s a mix of pitched pop vocals reminding of LIZ and her “When I Rule The World“, twisted synths, and hypnotic and psycho-drop. They prove that they are definitely a fun act to keep an eye on and, at the same time, that the Aussie electronic music scene is getting more and more exciting and relevant these last months!
The struggle is real with this offering directly coming from Atlanta. ATLiens delivers a heavy and trap banger that should create some bass-tsunamis on the dancefloors. He is helped by Miami-based producer Felmax. “Thank God” is a serious banger: from the machine-gun snares to the low-pitched vocals, you won’t be able to resist!
Imagine a trap anthem with choirs inspired by some A$AP Rocky‘s tracks, a flow as quick as a tornado, and a future bass inspiration. This is what Nemmy and Jallacy propose us with “Get Wet”! The track is aptly-named as it will make you sweat for sure in the underground clubs! This little bedroom studio has already stirred up quite the excitement online, with support from acts like Shipwreck, WHIPPED CREAM, and Sensi Sye. And what are you waiting for? “Get Wet” is available for free download!
Back in 2015, singer/songwriter Peter Wangel, better known as Wangel, released “Seoul.” Today, the mysterious producer Mouthe decided to remix it! It is particularly relevant for the summer and warmful as hell! As he explains it:
The Englishman known as jackLNDN shared “To You” some weeks ago. The track is a smart mix of groove and future bass that sounds perfect for a warm-up or to welcome the sun after a long night of party! The chill atmosphere created by the synths and the vocals are totally merging with an energetic beat that is nevertheless not too agressive. A perfect downtempo number to close your party, or to open your eyes!