Only a few days ago, KSHMR released the full track of “Touch”, which features a collaboration with Felix Snow and vocals from Madi. Those of you who have yet to listen to the Californian producer, you should start to. Also known as Niles Hollowell-Dhar, he started his career with his friend David “Campa” Singer-Vine, the duo was formally known as The Cataracs. The former duo focused their producing on hip-hop and indie pop, which proved successful. KSHMR was created as Niles’ solo alias and has become the EDM sensation known today. His tracks have been topping Beatport charts and setting his name beside other well known producers. In 2015, KSHMR collaborated with Tiesto to create “Secrets” which held high positions on the charts. If you have yet to tune into KSHMR’s new track “Touch”, tune in:
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I discovered this slammin’ disco-house remix by The Knocks from a group I had never heard of until today. The 1975 are an alternative rock/indie rock band tucked away in the metropolis of the Manchester, England. It comes as no surprise, however, that The 1975 won’t be unknown to stateside audiences for much longer because The Knocks effectively brought their name to light with this chic new remix of The 1975’s single, “Girls”.
Upon my first listen, I couldn’t help but be impressed with this music. The 1975’s vocals have a airy sound that’s alluring and is especially catchy during moments of the song’s chorus. At the same time, The Knocks deserve an immense amount of credit for handling the production with so much balance. Their progressive style and original melodies create an outstanding overall sound and one of the best pure dance and party songs out. The Knocks’ remix of The 1975’s “Girls” is out official on November 11th, but take a listen to this FREE stream below and bop all night to it.
Download: The 1975 – Girls (The Knocks remix)