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New Music Friday: Soave's latest music releases




TWOPILOTS take on a 1965 hit for a chill house rendition


Counting the amount of streams TWOPILOTS have accumulated over the years would take more than it would for your average artist. With almost every track in 2022 and 2023 breaking 10 million streams, it’s no surprise this coveted pairing continuously features on the top of European charts. “Baby I’m Yours” is the duo's latest endeavor, another daunting challenge as they take on Barbara Lewis’ beautiful 1965 hit “Baby I’m Yours”. In classic TWOPILOTS fashion, the old and the new blend in seamless style; they find a sweet spot that sees the soul of Lewis’ voice match comfortably with the melodic chill house instrumental that underlines the whole track. If anyone is to take on records from the past you forgot about and get away with it, it has to be none other than TWOPILOTS, and here is the reason why! 


Hungry for more?


In the realm of chill house music, several artists have recently made waves with their latest releases. HNE and maybealice continue to captivate audiences with their track "Dust," blending somber synths and heartfelt vocals to create a mesmerizing journey. Meanwhile, Braaten puts a tropical spin on "Rhythm Is A Dancer," offering a smooth remix perfect for both relaxation and dancing. Honest Regrets and Namté showcase their expertise in intricacy and intimacy with "Little Love Again," while PLVTO and Natasha Ghosh deliver another hypnotic masterpiece with "Behind." Just Fede, Steeg, and David Emde collaborate on "All We Need Is Us," blending ethereal melodies and emotive vocals for a soulful escape. Nostalgic Feeling, Polux, and Margad invite listeners on an international journey with "Better Days," while Alberto Ciccarini and DJ Poul inspire with the exhilarating anthem "Champion." Shoby, Fijy, and Lindal breathe new life into Shouse's "Love Tonight," creating a captivating rendition full of depth and soul. These tracks collectively showcase the diversity and talent within the chill house genre, offering something for every listener's taste.


Over the past five years, French artist Pierse has established himself as a prominent figure in the chill house scene, blending soulful rhythms with infectious melodies. Collaborating with sax house aficionado Michael FAY and Tropical Tide for his third release on Soave this year, they deliver "Summer Days," a quintessential summer chill house track that anticipates warmer times ahead, inviting listeners to unwind and celebrate the end of winter with chilled beverages and relaxed vibes.


In February, Coppermines and No ExpressioN joined forces for "Nobody But Me," a refreshing take on old school deep house, and now they're back with "Left Right," a track that promises anthemic vocals, shuffling rhythms, and classic deep house elements, inviting listeners to hit the dancefloor and groove with them and the Soave crew this awaited weekend.


Forever Kids, a promising German producer, collaborates with Soave heavyweights Level 8 and Mitch DB to create an energetic deep house track titled "Cold," featuring captivating vocals and punchy beats.


Braaheim and ILYAA, renowned for their anthemic tracks and boasting a combined monthly listener count of over 7.5 million, put their spin on Martin Garrix, DVBBS, and Sander Van Doorn's festival hit "Gold Skies," featuring Norwegian singer Maoam, evoking a nostalgic vibe with a contemporary twist.


Last rounds!


As we conclude this exciting release week, here are our last 5 tracks.  Unwind with the chill vibes of “J'ai demandé à la lune” by Yann Muller, “Stand By Me (feat. Jacob Koopman)” by Aexcit, Avaro, “Don't Get Me Wrong” by Daniel Santoro, “Let's Get Loud” by Made Of Marble, sleepy dude, Summer Vibes and dance to the beat of “Cake By The Ocean” by Felixx, Navagio. Get ready to embark on a musical journey like no other – it's the perfect crescendo to a week of discovery and delight!


Thank you for reading through, you can now listen to all of these tracks here. Make sure to add them to your playlists and see you next week!


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