Marcio Lama debuts on Mezsed Up with ‘Fuego’

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Next up on Mezsed Up is Dominican Republic DJ Marico Lama with his new release ‘Fuego’ – a high-octane fuelled club banger that is sure to cause chaos on dance floors worldwide. The soaring Electro synths over this track are absolutely mind-blowing, accompanied with a thumping kick that will definitely be raising pulses across crowds wherever played.

Marico Lama started producing in early 2007, inspired by tracks from the likes of Eric Prydz, Axwell, Daft Punk, Deadmau5 and Steve Angelo. Taking this inspiration, Marico slowly began to develop his own Progressive style. His tracks make listeners both move and feel on the dancefloor. With previous releases such as ‘Lillian’ and ‘Sombras’, Marico takes this production to another level with his continued heavy Big Room House – creating a feel good factor that always guarantees to set any festival or club on fire. This summer is looking to be a big one for Marico Lama, so make sure you grab yourself a copy and stay tuned for more bangers!

That’s Nice + La Felix – ‘Delicious’ | remixed by Patawawa, July Child, REFLEX & Dino Soccio

That’s Nice and La Felix discovered each other online, initially sending emails of rough ideas and different beats. Ultimately, ‘Delicious’ was the result.

“When we first started it, I sort of got the Daft Punk vibe, which is one of our main influences. We wanted to keep it very simple just like that Daft Punk song ‘Get Lucky’; small instrumentation but every instrument playing its part, having its moment throughout the song, and not overdoing it with production,” – That’s Nice

This sexy summer track conjures up images of a beach party with cocktails in hand and lounging on a day bed with your lover. It’s easy on the ears and will have you grooving from your shoulders all the way down to your hips.

The elegant productions are what make this song surprising and a nice change-up to the hard hitting and compressed electronic beats.

“By the time we were almost done, I was in Los Angeles doing some production work and seeing a lot of my producer friends adding real live drums to their disco-dance tunes. We needed to try that. So, last minute we completely changed the drum sound from electronic to a more organic natural sound instead using a real kick drum, a real snare, and real hi-hats,” – That’s Nice

La Felix + That’s Nice – ‘Delicious’ [who ordered a delicious slice of warm disco-pop pie?]

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Mexican producer That’s Nice has teamed up with New Zealand producer La Felix for a smooth disco-pop track called ‘Delicious’.

The two producers discovered each other online, initially sending emails of rough ideas and different beats. Ultimately, ‘Delicious’ was the result.

“When we first started it, I sort of got the Daft Punk vibe, which is one of our main influences. We wanted to keep it very simple just like that Daft Punk song ‘Get Lucky’; small instrumentation but every instrument playing its part, having its moment throughout the song, and not overdoing it with production,” – That’s Nice

This sexy summer track conjures up images of a beach party with cocktails in hand and lounging on a day bed with your lover. It’s easy on the ears and will have you grooving from your shoulders all the way down to your hips.

The elegant productions are what make this song surprising and a nice change-up to the hard hitting and compressed electronic beats.

“By the time we were almost done, I was in Los Angeles doing some production work and seeing a lot of my producer friends adding real live drums to their disco-dance tunes. We needed to try that. So, last minute we completely changed the drum sound from electronic to a more organic natural sound instead using a real kick drum, a real snare, and real hi-hats,” – That’s Nice

“Mario first reached out to me a year ago. We both enjoyed each other’s style so we talked about working on remixes for each other. I then sent him a few ideas and one in particular must have stood out to him because he came back with some killer guitar parts to that one, and suddenly we had a nice summer track on our hands!” – La Felix

‘Delicious’ is available everywhere now including Spotify & iTunes / Apple Music, and over the coming weeks we can expect a few remixes from REFLEX, Patawawa, July Child and Dino Soccio.

That’s Nice:
www.facebook.com/thatsniceofficial

La Felix:
www.facebook.com/LaFelixMusic

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Jason Gaffner – ‘Phantom’ [fourth & final single from upcoming debut ep]

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This week Los Angeles Funkmeister Jason Gaffner releases an exciting new track called ‘Phantom’, the fourth and final single off his debut ‘Journeys EP’. This upbeat track rounds out the EP nicely by bringing a strong electro-soul vibe – think Daft Punk productions with a Stevie Wonder groove

Given the result of this final track, it’s amazing to know that Gaffner in fact re-wrote it three times. Ironically, version one was the winner.

“‘Phantom’ was re-written about three times and ultimately I went back to the very first version which I originally wrote for just piano and vocals. It was much slower and much more sombre. This definitely has a different vibe from the old version that I recorded.” – Jason Gaffner

The catchy chorus will have you toe-tapping along but it’s the lyrics that will captivate you even more.

“I really think the lyrics are powerful and I think that a lot of people can relate to the feelings expressed in the song. I have my own meaning associated with the song but I think it’s one of those songs that people will find their own meaning in.” – Jason Gaffner

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Chance the Rapper – Same Drugs (DeltaFoxx Remix)

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“Dance, dance, dance!” is their motto. Expect this electronic duo to heat you up and dance like you were on a brazilian free-loving summer. They´ve remixed Tame Impala, Daft Punk and The XX and put out tracks through Brazilian Disco Club via Thump/Vice, Crunchy Music and UK label Electronic Rumors.

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