The LA based Alt Rock band is taking a turn for the acoustic life and we should see an album release from the group in the next couple of months
The Chainsmokers original, “ROSES" has been catching hearts since the Summer, and it’s still gaining some serious momentum. Looking to the duo as inspiration, Hi I’m Nick is thrilled to release his remix of “ROSES”.
From the dreamy, future bass original, Hi I’m Nick takes his own spin on The Chainsmokers track speeding things up and adding in more bass without losing it’s silky smooth flow. Hi I’m Nick released the Roses remix today on Soundcloud and is avalable for FREE download. Listen here.
ABOUT Hi I’m Nick
In West Philadelphia born and raised on the playground is where he….Oh wait, wrong story.
In Lebanon, PA creating music is how Nick Horacek spent most of his days. Hockey player turned DJ/Producer, there is no doubt that he has found his calling. First kicking off his career as half of the duo, United As One, they landed a spot at Pacha in their early days. Now, Nick spends his time in Arizona actively pursuing a solo career as Hi I’m Nick.
As a DJ and producer, Hi I’m Nick steps away from being defined by a genre and focuses on creating upbeat, quality music with good vibes to create an environment where people can come together to let loose. From Frat parties to Mad Decent Block parties, He’s quickly making a name for himself.
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Ah, new music for the weekend! UK Producer, Mr G Sings released "Plan B" today through Dirty Soul Music. The track exudes an upbeat melody with just a pinch of tropical, setting the mood for moving forward and moving up. "Plan B" takes the feeling of having to make that second choice into a positive one. Take a listen to the new release and read more about Mr G Sings below.
About MR G Sings
Greg Fitzgerald is no stranger to crafting hits - just not under his own name. Chances are you have sung in the shower or rocked out in the club to one of the songs he produced with megastars like Kylie Minogue and Jessica Simpson. The UK producer has a multitude of phenomenal talents; he bridges the musical spectrum from composing to songwriting to singing with effortless finesse. Greg is the mastermind behind such smashes as the title track from Kylie Minogue’s “Fever” album, which went on to sell 8 million copies worldwide, as well as Jessica Simpson’s sultry “Forbidden Fruit.” He even co-wrote Madonna’s “Revenge” with the legendary siren herself and fellow producer Rick Nowels.
Having worked with some of the best in the industry, Fitzgerald eventually started producing music under his own moniker, Mr. G Sings. Fitzgerald’s personal sound is sophisticated deep house with an uplifting vocal twist, which is evidenced in his newest single “Plan B.” This is a groovy and feel-good tune that is also melodically profound, giving it a unique refined quality that separates amateurs from experts in this industry. “Plan B” is out on Dirty Soul Music, which has a roster filled with melodic house artists such as Bakermat, MK, and A*M*E. Fitzgerald has been consistent in this approach to his productions thus far; his last release, “The Caged Bird Sings,” was released on Ultra Records and kept a congruent vibe throughout. With the rising popularity of “chill out house,” there is no better time for Greg Fitzgerald to emerge from the shadows of producing and into the limelight of his own accord. Press play on “Plan B” and let your worries instantly subside
When Tropical House first emerged, I jumped on the first wave and rode with it. Elevator music? Please! Let me know what elevators you're riding because I want on. In my search for more tropical tunes, I came across Matoma and his spin on tracks by icons like Biggie and Jay Z blew me away. Fast forward to Bonnaroo 2015 and I found myself grooving front stage at a silent disco where MATOMA was leading the night. I could barely pull myself away to check out other artists. Needless to say, Matoma is a crazy talented guy from Norway who will no doubt be a top contender in the EDM/Tropical space. Check out his track 'Feeling Right' featuring Popcaan and Wale.
Beware as this hauntingly infectious rework will have you pressing replay.