“We Make It Bounce” by Dillon Francis ft. Major Lazer & Stylo G

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Loving every release Dillon Francis has got for his debut album “Money Sucks, Friends Rule.” Still, we’ve got a ways to go until the official album releases, but for now, Francis seems to be fairly generous with his album leaks.

For this release, we’ve got a collaboration with Major Lazer and Stylo G. A little bit of the Rasta influence from Major Lazer and Stylo G, while Dillon Francis takes the lead on the playful synth sounds. Some people aren’t impressed with the minimalistic, drum sounding drop, but for me, the sound definitely changes things up in terms of festival/big room sounds. And of course, we get a little bit of that Moombahton vibe thrown into the mix.

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“Fire Like This” by Baauer x Boys Noize

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After being on tour for a while, it was inevitable that Baauer and Boys Noize came together to collaborate. Via their Run X Tour website, they released “Fire Like This” as a free download.

Unlike most of Baauer and Boys Noize’s other tracks, this release is more of an intermediate track that could be used for the bridge portion of a set. The sample you’re hearing is a looped sample from Anquette’s “Janet Reno.” An interesting release by these two. We’ll see if another collaboration is scheduled in the near future.

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“Higher” by Tobtok ft. Emil Heró

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Nu-Disco is clearly here to stay, and artists like Tobtok are also aware of this new popularity in the genre. Hailing from Sweden, Tobtok is ready to release his newest nu-disco track, “Higher” on Good Soldier Records.

Earlier in September, Tobtok previewed his track, and fans loved it. With just 44,000 plays within 24 hours, this burst of plays also was accompanied by a #1 ranking on Hype Machine’s Twitter charts. The track resonates good vibes, and with the summer coming to an end in the northern hemisphere, this kind of music is perfect for everyone.

PumpTheBeat.com Presents: Chill Vibes Vol. 9


Hope everyone’s weekend was good. And now, we’re back to the work week. Luckily, we’re back with “Chill Vibes Vol. 9″ filled with a ton of new content that we’re excited about. To lead off the playlist, we’ve got Kiesza with her radio-hit “Hideaway.” Soon enough, this song will be put into the ground. But for now, we can enjoy the infectious beat.

As always, we’ve also got a ton of remixes and some old throwback tracks from Kill Paris and Flume. Again, let me know what you want to see for the next Chill Vibes compilation coming out in 2 weeks.

Video: “Tear The Roof Up” by Alesso

Alesso has released the visuals to “Tear The Roof Up” for your viewing pleasure. Last week, he premiered the video on Snapchat. Just simply add “alesso” on Snapchat, and you were able to view the video. Definitely an interesting move on Alesso’s part to explore the potential of the booming social media platform.

Currently, “Tear The Roof Up” is streaming through VEVO and is also out for purchase.

Release Date: September 12, 2014 | iTunes

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Video: “Blame” by Calvin Harris & John Newman

Here’s the latest from Calvin Harris. I thought this release sounded a lot better than “C.U.B.A.” but that’s just me. Definitely two very different styles. This one takes a new unexpected turn but the song is on point. John Newman supplies the vocals instead of Calvin but both of them together would’ve been interesting. All of these will be off his fourth studio album but we don’t know too much about it yet.

Release Date: September 7th, 2014  |  iTunes

#TBTT : ”Seek Bromance” by Tim Berg AKA Avicii

Avicii has become a prominent figure in electronic music news this summer for everything but his music. The Swedish DJ and producer has been in the middle of controversy due to the high number of hospitalizations at his shows. This, along side his drastic change in style, has drifted many fans away from his music. He also cancelled all his upcoming shows due to illness but whether you like him or not, you cannot disagree with the fact that he has always been an interesting, but most importantly, different producer.

Release Date: October 17, 2010

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