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Frankfurt dj/producer Jonas Hahn releases his debut remix and it’s an soulful blend of indie/pop and house for the shimmering, neon lit pop single “Fucked Up Summer” from Nashville based artist LUKR, Jonas is taking inspiration from the likes of The Chainsmokers, Gryffin and Martin Garrix trying to create a sound combining strong songwriting skills with electronic dance music.

There is an almost overwhelming amount of talent packed into this new release from LA-based artist SIDIZEN KING. He is more than just the latest talent to be emerging from the West Coast. SIDIZEN KING arrives on the saturated rap scene at a most desperate time for hip hop – when storytelling and lyricism are put on the backburner for a cheap trap beat all too often.

As can be heard in his cover of The Chainsmokers, “Don’t Let Me Down,” SIDIZEN KING brings a smooth subtlety to his music, establishing his effortless flow in an intriguing space between electronic dance music and hip hop. The icing on the cake is the work on the boards by fellow Cali-based artist and producer, casualkimono. The collaboration between the two is seamless, with both their styles complementing each other in a way that seems meant to be.

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Timmy Trumpet teams up with Chardy to deliver a certified festival-shaker called “Hipsta.” The track already counts the support of Martin Garrix, Vinai, The Chainsmokers and Sander Van Doorn and continues to gain momentum as festival season approaches. And just as a disclaimer, “this ain’t no hipsta shit.”