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[TMN PREMIERE] Jasmine Thompson – Adore (Addal Remix)

Jasmine Thompson
Adore (Addal Remix)

London-based singer/songwriter Jasmine Thompson has been making moves in the electronic scene lately. After first gaining notoriety on YouTube and being featured on hit tracks from some of EDM’s largest names, she signed with Atlantic Records and subsequently released “Adore,” her first solo original release. It’s an electro-pop love ballad backed by an addicting folky guitar loop–a strong debut from a promising young artist.

Today, we’ve got the premiere of an absolutely gorgeous remix from mysterious Italian producer Addal, who’s been churning out beautiful electronic compositions on his/her Soundcloud for over a year now. Some times a remix doesn’t need to do much to add a whole lot to the original and such is the case with Addal’s take on Thompson’s “Adore.” Addal builds an atmospheric aura and creates a deep house groove before playing on the original’s infectious guitar melody to match Thompson’s ethereal, emotional crooning. Addal’s Soundcloud profile description truly captures the essence of this rendition–“It’s the pure essence of love turned into music.”

Also, check out the original and its gorgeously-shot visuals below. You can find a few other remixes of “Adore” on Thompson’s Soundcloud page and grab a copy of the single over at iTunes here.

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[House] Felix Jaehn – Ain’t Nobody (The Rooftop Boys Remix)

Felix Jaehn
Ain't Nobody (The Rooftop Boys Remix) [Radio Edit]

The Rooftop Boys have been on a tear since they graced the dance music world with their first remix of Yeezy’s “Bound 2” nine months ago. Their blend of tropical and future house elements are incomparable and really separate them from other producers trying to find their own niche in both genres. Just before festivals begin to kick off and summer is in full force, The Rooftop Boys have injected a fiery stimulant into Felix Jaehn’s revamp of Chaka Khan’s 80s hit “Ain’t Nobody.”

Jasmine Thompson is on vocals at the tender age of 14, but her voice is well beyond her youthful years with its mature complexity. The Rooftop Boys tend to her gracefulness with their boisterous melodies, but give it that extra edginess with a pounding, future house bass. Ultimately, its clear that the NYC duo should trademark their sound because it is truly an admirable one. Check it out below and add it to your growing summer playlist.

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