Archive for the ‘Club’ Category

Martin Garrix and David Guetta team up for a great track titled So Far Away. The song is the sixth original song of 2017 by Garrix and features vocals from English songwriter Jamie Scott, and Romy Dya, a Dutch female vocalist. Interestingly, Ellie Goulding was intended to feature on the track as the female vocal. Her vocals were replaced because her label and management were holding back the release of the track. Garrix debuted the song during his set on the Belgian EDM festival Tomorrowland, which did not please Goulding’s management and label. They decided to replace Goulding’s vocals so the song could be released.

Check out the music video below and let us know what you think


Toronto native The Weeknd is back with another big featured artist – Daft Punk. It’s the first single off his upcoming third album by the same name “Starboy” out November 25th. Last year he released his most popular single to date with The Hills (which is closing in on a billion views now on Youtube) and he built on it’s success even more scoring The Hills remixes featuring Eminem and Nicki Minaj. This time he’s got a pink neon cross and looking to get some anger out, we’ll see if his new Album will do as well.

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Avicii is back with a new track from his upcoming Stories album. This track is typical Avicii, but the video is kinda neat. Good song to get the weekend started!


Personally my current jam on repeat (a spot previously held by Benmar – Hula Hoop). Tinashe’s an upcoming artist to watch out for going mainstream. All Hands on Deck is the 3rd single off the debut studio album Aquarius released October of last year. Her previous first two single’s 2 On ft. SchoolBoy Q and slower pace’d Pretend ft. A$AP ROCKY were also released as music videos.

She even managed to score a feature from Iggy Azalea for the official remix.

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Calvin Harris has released his first music video since the launch of his new album Motion on November 4th. It’s the third music video from the album following Outside ft. Ellie Goulding and Blame ft. John Newman.  You might recognize the beat from his previously released C.U.B.A track, now revamped with Big Sean on vocals. Overall, Motion is probably the most impressive album we’ve come across in a while, almost ever track on the album could be released as it’s own single.

Avicii is back with another sure to be hit titled The Days. The track features UK artist Robbie Williams and is the first single off his upcoming album. Avicii’s new album is said to be more rock-driven with the DJ teaming up with Coldplay`s Chris Martin and Green Day`s Billie Joe Armstrong and more.

Following the success of his latest number 1 hit single Summer, Calvin Harris has released a sexy night life music video for his new single Blame. Guest vocals of English singer and musician John Newman. Harris is currently working on his fourth studio album, scheduled to be released later this year. Entertaining writeup about the single over on Digital Spy.


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The Weeknd’s first official music video in almost a full year. The Weeknd first came on the scene with High for This in 2011. He’s since then gained some serious traction with help from a couple collaboration tracks with fellow Toronto artist Drake in The Zone and Live For. More recently his previous single, a remix of Beyonce’s Drunk in love beat has racked over 18M listens on SoundCloud.

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David Guetta has released the official video for his latest single featuring Sam Martin. He matched up the country feel of the song with a old-western style video. The song kind of reminds me of Avicii’s “Wake Me Up”, which makes sense because he helped produce it. You can checkout remixes on iTunes or Spotify.

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