Nicky Romero - does Toulouse ring a bell? - released a track together with Hungarian act Stadiumx. It's called Harmony and it's frikkin awasome! Why? Because it makes you want to get up and dance, just like the couple in the lytrics video. The progressive tune is highly addictive and my guess is that this track will become a huge hit in 2016. I'm convinced it will receive massive support in the days and weeks to come. We at Midichords do our part and share it here on the site. Enjoy!
Belgian sensation Lost Frequencies, Felix de Laet, has released a new track, his first after the much acclaimed remix of Are You With Me by Easton Corbin. Released under Armada's sublabel The Bearded Man, this new tune - titled Reality and featuring the vocals of Dutchman Janieck Devy - is a worthy successor of Are You With me.
There is always a dreaminess, otherwordly quality to the deep, intricate compositions of Dutchman Eelke Kleijn. Celebrate Life is no exception. It's a strong track, exceptionally well-crafted, catchy and relaxing at the same time. It does not have big drops nor does it use a predictable song structure. That may be unbearable for some, but if you give this composition a chance it will grow on you. Let its subdued euphoric nature move you and take you to another place. Guaranteed, this track will make you smile!
Youngster DJ Martin Garrix teamed up with Usher to produce his next killer track, Don't Look Down. It is not quite like the Martin Garrix we know. After Animals - his flagship production thus far - he simply continued producing one big room house track after another. He is having a great time obviously, entertaining partying crowds all over the world. But with Don't Look Down - and maybe even more so with the track Hidden Voices - Martin Garrix is venturing into new territory.
Veteran DJ Ferry Corsten has done it again! With Back To Paradise - from the HelloWorld EP Part 1 - Ferry demonstrates he is still one of the most talented trance producers out there. Listening to his tracks is like getting liquid emotion injected directly into your veins and as far as I am concerned Back to Paradise really lives up to that reputation. The solid beat, the catchy, arpeggiated melodic line and last but not least the fantastic vocals by Haris, a dutch X-Factor star, lift you up and carry you through the entire song. Solid as a rock, it stands out just like many of Ferry's earlier productions.