Aire Atlantica is back with his first single of the year. He previously topped the HypeMachine charts for his remix of Billie Eilish and is well on his way to dance music stardom with a newly announced run of support shows for Hotel Garuda.
“Shotgun Confidence” is new territory for the producer having teamed up with R&B singer DOMENICO to create a sound unlike that which we’ve previously heard from him. The song is intimate aural exploration through different soundscapes between R&B, electronic, and everything in between alongside DOMENICO’s soothing vocals. It’s intimate listening experience and definitely shows off a darker, edgier side to Aire Atlantica I didn’t know existed.
Stream it below and grab a free download here.
This article was first published on Your EDM.
Source: Aire Atlantica – Shotgun Confidence (feat. DOMENICO) [Free DL]
Listen here: AO Beats & Manila Killa – Waterside
Although it has been stated before here on EDM Sauce, I will reiterate that Jersey Club (and/or Deep house) will be the genre of 2014 that explodes. You may remember earlier last week I posted a unique version of “White Noise” (by Disclosure) that was recreated by Hotel Garuda, half of that duo was Manila Killa, and he is the one who brought us this glistening new jersey club track that he put together with AO Beats. This song has so much bounce to it it’s insane, definitely looking forward to/hoping for more collaborations with these two. Listen to “Waterside” below and don’t be left behind on the jersey club train.
Listen here: Disclosure – White Noise (Hotel Garuda Edition)
Hotel Garuda is an upcoming side-project consisting of Manila Killa and Candle Weather who dropped their debut collaborative effort two weeks back. Their remix of Disclosure’s well-known track “White Noise” at first may seem risky to the common electronic-music-listener, you may think why would anyone try to flip such a perfect piece of music? Well after listening, these dude’s clearly have it under control. They slyly grabbed the acapella vocals soothingly sung by MNEK on his cover of the track, through in some clean saxophone samples originally by Klingande along with a fluttering tambourine to help keep the beat on this feel-good house edit. Smooth remix, listen below.