Chicago duo Win and Woo never fail to bring the vibes. Ahead of their debut at Lollapalooza, Win and Woo have shared a glorious new single “Here U R.” Serving as their second single of the year, “Here U R” features rising electronic-pop vocalist Sara Skinner, known for her diverse work alongside Ookay, Crankdat, Manila Killa, and ATLiens. Silky and intoxicating, “Here U R” bursts with its bouncing basslines and twinkling percussion that will instantly hypnotize any listener. Win and Woo have crafted yet another magnificent house gem. Stream “Here U R” below.
Win and Woo – Here U R (feat. Sara Skinner) | Stream
US sibling duo BEAUZ have consistently maintained on our radar with their vibrant remixes of Zedd’s “Happy Now,” DJ Khaled’s “No Brainer,” and 6ix9ine’s “KIKA.” Continuing to garner attention with their ambitious futuristic soundscapes, BEAUZ have unveiled their latest single “Count The Hours,” out today via Armada. Enlisting vocal goddess Nevve, “Count The Hours” is a bouncy future house bop that is sure to get your heart thumping and your blood pumping. The track kicks into overdrive as the pulsating bassliness and scattered percussion make a path for the glitchy vocal chop melodies. Get ready to be instantly hypnotized by BEAUZ’s fiery new single. Stream “Count The Hours” below.
“Count The Hours” is an ode to the art of expectation. Some days you hold onto your desire for something to happen, you count the hours but every second seems to pass by ever more slowly. Funny thing is; happiness and love come at the most unexpected time, on the most unexpected corner you turn. Sonically designed around the idea of surprise, we want to write a song that tells the story of the virtue of patience and content. – BEAUZ
In 2017, Canadian duo Loud Luxury skyrocketed to fame with their breakthrough single “Body” featuring Brando. Since then, they’ve won a Juno Award for Dance Recording of the Year, charted on Billboard‘s Hot 100, and garnered more than 500 million streams on Spotify alone. The fast-rising dance act has now returned with their next summer hit “I’m Not Alright.” Enlisting up-and-coming chill hip-hop artist Bryce Vine, “I’m Not Alright” springs to life with its carefree guitar melodies, bouncy synths, and catchy lyricism. Loud Luxury’s sultry mixture of dance and house music is sure to be one of the summer’s hottest releases. Grab tickets to Loud Luxury’s Nights Like Thistour here and stream “I’m Not Alright” below.
We met Bryce at a party in LA through a friend when we got back from our fall tour. The next day, he came over and showed us an idea he made that was just a guitar and the chorus. During our winter tour we worked across North America in hotel rooms, studios, and even an Uber with our headphones to finish writing the song. At the end of the day we are all human, we all make mistakes, but this song is about coming to terms with your flaws. – Loud Luxury
Loud Luxury are some of my favorite dudes I’ve met in this industry. They really care about the music they make, and we share a mantra of keeping life fun and exciting! – Bryce Vine