Working with talents like Kehlani, Mayer Hawthorne, B.o.B, Cee Lo Green, Charlie Puth, Nick Jonas, Pitbull and Noonie Bao, Coucheron has become one of the most in-demand producers in the electronic music sphere. Finally back with new originals, Coucheron has peaked Hype Machine’s “Most Popular” chart on several occasions, most recently with his ice cold summer treat; “Cold” featuring Sval.
The uplifting summer-tune caught the attention of Auckland based artist “La Felix”, who reached out with his own spin on the original. Inspired by artists such as Oliver Nelson, Louis The Child and NEIKED, the young artist has become a favorite among bloggers and online tastemakers, releasing his music via the notoriously picky label Kitsune as well as his own label. With a soft-pop twist, La Felix has created a chill, melodic remix of “Cold” driven by Sval’s catchy hook, the distinctive bass guitar riff, interesting rhythms and euphoric vocal-chops.
Be sure to check out La Felix’ remix of “Cold” now!
Norway’s go-to producer has stepped up his artist career significantly and teams up with Norwegian up-and-comer MachoMayne to serve his latest rap-banger. “P-Wing” is a hard hitting track with influences from the 8-bit gaming era, presenting an innovative sound with playful lyrics. Be sure to catch the track below. Debuting on New Music Friday’s top 10, be sure to catch the fresh release below!
Inspired by the likes of The Weeknd and fellow Norwegian R&B artist Unge Ferrari, Jonathan Floyd writes catchy, dark pop music full of emotions. His debut single “Ække Meg” is a fast paced track about knowing who you are. Turning heads on his very first release, the single went straight into rotation on NRK P3!
Following his spring release “Tired of Sleeping”, Oskar just returned with “Chased Down By Your Thoughts”. Produced by Kid Astray’s very own Benjamin Giørtz, Oskar’s second single is just as catchy as it is curious. Questioning how our modern way of living life is shaping religion, Oskar combines acoustic guitars, bass riffs and vintage synths to create a warm atmosphere reminiscent of a modern blend of Crash Test Dummies and Conor Oberst. Listen below via “Indie Vibes”!