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This Week’s New Music Will Make You ‘Feel Something’ And Help You ‘Find Yourself’ | ICYMI Monday

by Fresh Music Freaks Staff

Armin van Buuren x Duncan Laurence – ‘Feel Something (Tom Staar Remix)’

Having already proven his remix capabilities on countless other occasions, Armada Music resident Tom Staar is set to wreak havoc again with a signature interpretation of Armin van Buuren and Duncan Laurence’s latest collab. Drawing from the darkest reaches of the Techno space, this incredible twist gives all kinds of dance music lovers another reason to ‘Feel Something’.

deadmau5 x Wolfgang Gartner – ‘Channel 43’

Out on mau5trap, the eight-minute long instrumental — ‘Channel 43’ by deadmau5 and Wolfgang Gartner is a disco-infused funkified trip. The creative output of these two esteemed producers has landed something fresh while paying homage to the early ‘10’s sound they helped forge.

Alex Sonata x TheRio – ‘Half Life (feat. Gid Sedgwick)’

Adding Gid Sedgwick to the equation, Alex Sonata & TheRio come up trumps with the epic ‘Half Life’. Combining a gorgeous breakdown with soaring vocals and a fierce, bass-driven drop, this track is designed to get the adrenaline surging all throughout the crowd.

John O’Callaghan x Sarah Howells – ‘Find Yourself (Scorz Remix)’

Unleashing his trademark sound onto John O’Callaghan and Sarah Howells’ renowned classic, Scorz shows exactly why he’s currently making waves as one of dance music’s hottest new talents. With touches of melodic techno and deep-digging grooves complementing the iconic vocals, this suspenseful reimagination of ‘Find Yourself’ has all the hallmarks of an evergreen record as well.

Nicolas Haelg – ‘Gravity (2021 Edit)’

“Even five years after its original release, I still receive massive feedback on my track ‘Gravity’. It’s one of my most streamed tracks across platforms, and I was always a bit disturbed about the kick not being perfect. I always wanted to go back in time and use a softer one, especially when the track got placed in so many playlists. So when I heard about the label relaunch of The Bearded Man, which by the way pushed me hard and helped me build a lot of momentum for my song ‘Something Good’ back in 2015, I was more than happy to play my part with a new version of ‘Gravity’. Hope you guys dig it.”

Nicolas Haelg

Various Artists – ‘The Best of The Bearded Man’

Running from its launch in 2014 to the start of its one-year hiatus at the end of 2019, The Bearded Man has seen its fair share of global hits and viral tracks in its first five-year period, garnering over 1.5 billion streams through the tracks released on the imprint. Among those were internationally acclaimed records such as Lost Frequencies’ Are You With Me’ (38x platinum worldwide) and ‘Reality’ (19x platinum worldwide), Dennis Kruissen’s viral Tiktok hit ‘Falling In Love’ and DIMMI & ZEEBA’s gold-certified ‘Found U’, as well as singles from Kav Verhouzer (‘Get What You Came For’) and Harold van Lennep (‘Liberation’) that racked up tens of millions of plays across the most popular streaming platforms. All of these tracks can be found on the ‘The Best of The Bearded Man’ album that was released today.

DVRKO – ‘Broken Famous (The Remixes)’

Dynamic producer and DJ DVRKO and singer-songwriter KillWill’s today drop a white-hot remix album for killer collaboration ‘Broken Famous’. The original spine-tingling tune, cemented by powerful synths, seminal guitar riffs and striking melodies, has been given the remix treatment from dance music strongholds ATLAST, LA Riots, Robbie Rivera, Soren, Tony Romera, and Tony Arzadon. The pack put their take on the earworm of a tune, melding the country-inspired dance pop single with house, underground, and even hardstyle variations suitable to whet the appetites of dance music lovers across the board.

Kraysh – ‘Shrapnel’

The Gud Vibrations crew is tapping the shadowy figure Kraysh, who previously appeared on the imprint twice last year by way of ‘GA FFA’ and ‘Thoughts’. He’s now ready to fire off his third issue for the camp with ‘Shrapnel’, a left-field dubstep creation that can bring a world of pain to anyone caught inside its blast radius.

Wax Tailor – ‘The Shadow Of Their Suns’

“‘The Shadow Of Their Suns’ is an allegory for the different kinds of powers that control our world. I’ve always kept this image in mind of the 99% who live in the shadow of these artificial lights,  segregation, politics and mass-media. From a musical point of view, I really wanted to give more space to instrumental arrangements and my own storytelling around this topic. I’m not a lesson-giver but nothing is really neutral, we live in a sick world and music can be food for thought so I’ve tried to work in this direction.”

Wax Tailor

Dastic – ‘Undercover (Madugo)’

Dastic kicks 2021 off with ‘Undercover’ out via Revealed. For ‘Undercover’ he teamed up with Slovakian singer and songwriter Madugo. With its uplifting beats and melodic sound ‘Undercover’ will get you through these dark winter days and lets you dream about those warm summer days.

*Featured image via Tom Staar, Nicolas Haelg, Scorz and Dastic*

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