[Future Bass] Danny Olson x RUNN – I Hope You Know

Danny Olson returns with the next chapter of his emotionally charged EP journey. This time working alongside the ever talented RUNN for the inspiring single “I Hope You Know” released on Seeking Blue. As the follow up to “Waking Up” from the upcoming Firelight EP it takes listeners through another expedition through the emotions of losing a loved one.

Despite losing his dad at times Danny found some comfort and inspiration in the lasting impression and memories that still remain. This uplifting emotional crux lives at the heart of this impactful song that really captured the scope of such a feeling. RUNN is as masterful as ever, while Danny shifts his style for a pop-centric hit. If you’re not paying attention – it’s catchy; and if you are, then it hits deep. Don’t let your playlist miss out on this one.

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[Music Video] Tim Clark – Wake Up (feat. Jessica Zenzen)

It’s tough to pull off a great music video, but Tim Clark and team did a hell of a job with their work on “Wake Up.” The song, featuring Jessica Zenzen, was released early this month and with it came a Mad Max inspired visual counterpart. Imagine Mad Max meets rave – which we suppose doesn’t leave much room for imagination if you frequent Burning Man (haha).

Regardless, Tim Clark’s fun and progressive “Wake Up” is a strong dance tune – and they’ve captured its energy nicely in the video with over-the-top madness that’s as amusing as it is impressive. Check out the Red Revolver Cinema directed project below and make sure to add “Wake Up” to your rave playlists!

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[Video] ARMNHMR & RUNN – Falling Apart (Acoustic)

Any time RUNN releases something you have to give it a listen. In the case of the acoustic version of her song “Falling Apart” with ARMNHMR, there’s also a video to watch with it! With the original having been out since January with two million plays to show, it’s just about time this acoustic came out.

“Falling Apart” in its original form is an extremely emotional song that’s good no matter where you listen to it, be that at a festival or just at home; the song just works. With the acoustic, RUNN takes the lead with a toned down arrangement with essentially just guitar and piano. It’s a beautiful song and the video is tastefully done as well. Check out the Monstercat release below and enjoy!

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[Music Video] Apashe x Vladimir Cauchemar – RIP

Apashe has long been one of the most interesting producers out there and at this point he’s earned the right to be called a composer too. With his classical influence that brought him to record an album, an EP and more with real orchestras, he’s one of dance music’s most iconic creatives and now he’s back with another iconic musician in the masked Vladimir Cauchemar.

There song “RIP” is a beautifully contorted blend of styles that one can only describe as cinematic house. It’s a hypnotic record that comes with an even more astounding music video. Apashe has been widely recognized by his impressive music videos before, but the visual counterpart to “RIP” is bigger than ever. It’s grand, sharp, indulgent and Earth-shattering (literally). Check it out for yourself and enjoy the end of the world.

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[Music Video] Alan Frenz – I AM

With all of the craziness that’s going on the world right now, we felt the need to share some especially positive music to get your spirits up. The San Jose band Alan Frenz has come through clutch with their debut single “I AM” that has been accompanied by a stress-free fun music video.

“I AM” is an upbeat, jazzy hip-hop original that oozes inspiration from the get-go. Bursting forth from a beautiful piano intro, “I AM” dives in with the rest of the group’s talents including That Fool Al’s uplifting lyrics that dig deep with ease and precision. It’s one of those laidback tunes you throw on repeat and just lose yourself to. If you’d like to add the track to your quarantine playlists, do it up here!

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Drex Carter – City After City (Music Video) [TMN Premiere]

Orlando rapper Drex Carter and fellow Central Florida beatsmith Kkami connect for a new collaborative EP called THAW. The three song project is a hybrid approach that features lo-fi, bedroom pop, and hip-hop influences that blend together as smooth as butter.

“High Hopes” features a verse from Mitch$$$, another bubbling Orlando based artist on the rise. THAW came out yesterday and today comes a trippy, glitched-out music video for “City After City” that takes us on a wild ride and fits in well with the audio. Keep a tab on Drex Carter, Kkami, and Mitch$$$ in 2020.

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[Music Video] Mokita – Kiss and Tell

Coming out of a successful 2018 that saw him release a range of gorgeous chill-pop masterpieces, Mokita is continuing that streak in 2019 with his first single of the year. “Kiss & Tell” will surely tug at your heart strings and is bound to pave the way for even more brilliant hybrid music to come from the hand of the Nashville-based producer and singer/songwriter soon enough. The Armada releas shows his ability to hold his own by himself without anybody helping on backing production, which an exciting and impressive direction for John-Luke Carter, who is known to most simply by his stage name Mokita.
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