[Event Preview] Felix Jaehn, Wayward, & Louis Vivet At Avalon – LA

Looking for something to do on a Saturday night? Well, we have got the answer. Tonight, Hollywood’s Avalon will host Tropical House extraordinaire, Felix Jaehn, to the stage in Hollywood. Accompanying Felix at Avalon will be fellow DJs, Wayward and Louis Vivet. It’s nearly impossible not to recognize these production power-houses with such big hits like Jaehn’s radio hit remix of Omni’s “Cheerleader,” Wayward’s funky “I Can’t Dance,” and Vivet’s melodious cover of “Save Tonight.” Sound pretty enticing, right? Then make sure you score yourselves tickets here before it’s too late!

’OMI – Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn Remix)’
’Wayward – I Can’t Dance’
’Save Tonight (Feat. Gavrielle & Nick Goldston)’
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[Indie Dance] Alina Baraz & Galimatias – Fantasy (Felix Jaehn Remix)

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Fantasy (Felix Jaehn Remix)

The team of Alina Baraz & Galimatias has seen an insurmountable amount of success, and it’s no secret as to why. They’ve created simply astounding material together, and now the official remixes are beginning to roll in with a new contribution from Felix Jaehn. The tone is completely shifted from slow and sultry to upbeat and radiant as the future house influence charges full steam ahead. There’s something very Gryffin-esque about this tune, and if you aren’t familiar with Gryffin, that’s certainly a positive thing. Ultra Music finds themselves with another solid release with this remix, and Felix Jaehn delivers a catchy rendition with prime source material.

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[House] OMI – Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn Remix)

Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn Remix)

Having already conquered the charts in 18 countries, German producer/DJ, Felix Jaehn, is setting his sights on America with his tropical house rendition of OMI’s “Cheerleader.” The up-and-coming star has grown alongside the rising deep house movement, gaining steam with his unique blend of sun-soaked instruments, uplifting melodies, and beautiful vocals. His remix of OMI’s hit “Cheerleader” serves as the perfect introduction to the world for the immensely talented youngster, as the mellow personality and strong composition of the track shine through. Coming from a classically trained background, Jaehn’s musical talent is clearly evident in this track, as it boasts a strong instrumental base of rich piano chords, stirring trumpet harmonies, and stunning saxophone riffs that come together to give the track a summer lovin’ vibe.

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[Melodic House] Felix Jaehn feat. Lost Frequencies & Linying – Eagle Eyes

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Eagle Eyes (Available November 3)

We get real excited every time Felix Jaehn releases new music, and the German producer certainly did not disappoint with this one. Featuring Lost Frequencies‘ co-production and Linying‘s vocals, “Eagle Eyes” epitomizes quality music and mass appeal. The tune starts off with a catchy flute riff,which is a rare choice of instrumentation. These sturdy piano chords and xylophone quickly steal the spotlight, creating a joyful and upbeat experience. Linying’s vocals are clear and pleasurable which further lightens up the mood.

Felix Jaehn is definitely establishing himself as a frontrunner in this genre and popularizing melodic house. Together with tropical house, it will most likely become a household sound very soon. We cannot wait to see what else Felix has to offer.

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[Melodic House] Felix Jaehn feat. Chris Meid – One Last Time (Remix)

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One Last Time Remix

Respected German producer Felix Jaehn just released this juicy Jaymes Young remix titled “One Last Time”. Also helped produce the track was London-based producer Chris Meid, who contributed to perfect this chill house goodness. Together they completely flipped the mood of the Jaymes Young song and turned it into this beachy and chill house tune, while keeping his vocals as the spotlight. The tropical synths and the sustained vocals really give it feel-good vibes. It is unlike any cliche house music you’ve listened to because of the slower paced beat and wave-like background noises.

This gem goes to showcase how talented these artists are for their ability to cross sub-genres while staying true to their music. Felix Jaehn is definitely one to watch, as he’s soon becoming one of the front runners of his genre and style of music.

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