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Finis Mundi – Right Now? [TMN Premiere]

Finis Mundi
Right Now?

Nino De Felipe, known to most by his stage name Finis Mundi, is a producer and artist based out of Stockholm, Sweden. “Right Now?” started off as a Billie Eilish remix but turned into an original single where Mundi described the track as an “echo of a heartbroken person questioning it’s lover, ‘what makes you so happy right now?’ in silence. All alone.”

The genre-bending up and coming artist tosses warped vocals on a glitchy deep house infused record that crosses the border between R&B and Electronic music. “Right Now?” has a real ominous vibe to it that is perfect for a rainy day or dim lighting, so give it a spin and keep your eyes on Finis Mundi for the rest of 2019. Remember, you heard it here first at TMN!

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[Pop] VAVO ft Caroline Kole – Right Now

Right Now (feat. Caroline Kole)

VAVO only met after a year of collaborating, one based in Canada, the other in the UK. Through perseverance, and infectious music, they made the long distance relationship work, and even brought in a third wheel with Caroline Kole, on their latest “Right Now.” Sometimes you just have to go with the wheeling, and jump into it, for the thrill of it. Press play, and you’ll be hooked, “Right Now” is all energy and a ball of fun.

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[Future Bass] Daijo – Right Now feat. Raeliss

Right Now ft. Raeliss

We’re happy to present to you the return of Daijo with his second single. “Right Now” is here, delivered independently by the producer himself. Although it was released by Daijo, the song was created alongside Raeliss, who smashed the vocals on this one.

“Right Now” shows Daijo continuing with his future pop sound. The song starts out with a more ethereal, cosmic vibe that feels as though it is encompassing the listener. The Raeliss vocal comes through as a shining light among the atmospheres. After a minute, Daijo drops us into the heart of the track. Sky-rocketing synths headline a subtly frenzied composition that will take your breathe away. If Daijo can continue his streak of solid singles or maybe even a whole EP, then he’ll be well on his way to the top.

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