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New Music Friday: Soave's latest music releases

Hey Ya! TWOPILOTS are here with another one!

Bring out your Pitbull voice and say “it’s anotha one” because TWOPILOTS are back again with a smashing chill house cover you didn’t know you needed. After years of reviving records into modern, fashionable styles like “Riptide” that broke over 80 million streams, TWOPILOTS seem to be taking on tougher challenges. Who do they conquer next? None other than legendary duo OutKast and their single “Hey Ya!” released back in 2000. Unexpected yet totally welcomed, as is becoming of TWOPILOTS style, “Hey Ya!” finds itself in a whole new emotional realm driven by a chipper chill house beat, truly deep within the DJ duo’s own world… and now its yours!

Following that...

Horizon Blue, Nate VanDeusen, and Felix Samuel unite to deliver unforgettable melodies and luscious soundscapes in chill house music, ideal for summer road trips. Their collective expertise might even inspire listeners with the romantic track "Marry You." Braaten rejuvenates "Mad World" by Tears for Fears with a chill house twist, incorporating gorgeous melodies and soothing drums. U.S.-based singer JANU seamlessly adapts the original vocals to match Braaten’s evocative chill house style. Friends & I and Aexcit craft "Roam," a track that masterfully balances deep emotional resonance with uplifting melodies, embodying the essence of chill house music. The song offers soothing rhythms and evocative harmonies, inviting listeners to explore and find solace. DT James showcases his storytelling prowess in "The Naked Truth," blending indie and acoustic elements with house music. Backed by producers Polux and Sirokid, the track reveals hidden stories with irresistibly smooth instrumental support.Lost In Reveries and Summer Vibes cool down the summer heat with "Lifeline," a lighthearted chill house tune featuring cloudlike melodies. This track offers a refreshing escape, providing a musical lifeline to the sun-kissed heat.Iaco and HNE’s track "Fresh Air" is brimming with life, characterized by lush synthesis and memorable melodies. It evokes a sense of freedom and rejuvenation, akin to floating on a river or surfing waves under the sun.

SD Protocol debuts "One Drink" on Soave, blending electronic music with funk, disco, and rock in a style inspired by Daft Punk. Alongside Dutch artist STRIPE, their track captivates with its innovative mix of retro and futuristic sounds.

Max Marchisio continues to make his mark in the afro house scene with "Chipo," a collaboration with Gaia Rose that balances emotive songwriting with festival-ready beats. Their track is poised to become a memorable addition to the genre's landscape.Choujaa enhances his afro house credentials with "Tawe," featuring Nes Mburu, who adds soulful vocals to the mesmerizing instrumental. Released early in the year, the track strengthens Choujaa's reputation as a seasoned producer in the genre.

Boris Being debuts on Soave with "Reach," a track rich with tribal drums and metallic synths that aims to dominate dancefloors. His unique approach merges his underground house upbringing with a refreshing take on the genre.

Braaheim collaborates with Westerlund and Emily Fox on "Désenchantée," blending techno and eurotrance into a potential anthem for 2024. The track features gritty bass synths and smashing drums, elevating it to an energetic pinnacle.


As we conclude this exciting and packed release week, here are our last 8 tracks. Unwind with the chill vibes of “Blinding Lights" by Sunwaves & Namté, “Can't Feel My Face" by Goldaine & Tropical Tide, and “Strangers" (feat. ABBY M.) by Shoby. You can also dance to the beat of "Thousand Faces” by FIXL & Dohdo, “Think To Tell You" by Pietro Morello, Tequila (feat. CERES) by Jean Juan & Francisco, "Jerk It Out" by ILYAA, and "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!" by Masove & Milcon. 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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