“Surrender” by Cash Cash

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Cash Cash wants you to “Surrender,” but they want you to do it in a liberating way. The song, including both the lyrics and the melody, have an uplifting feel to it.

Here’s what JP from Cash Cash had to say about the track:

Working on this song definitely brought out a lot of amazing emotions. Surrendering is usually seen as a negative thing or sign of defeat but this song shows a different side of it. Sometimes it’s the fight that kills you. Sometimes you don’t even know what you’re fighting for. Sometimes surrendering can set set you free.

Release Date: September 16, 2014 | iTunes

Mix: “Artists of Tomorrow” by OWSLA

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OWSLA is taking the lead on this edition of TomorrowWorld’s “Artists of Tomorrow.” Unlike previous mixes, this mix is curated by the label as a whole. OWSLA is home to artsists like Foreign Beggars, Jack Beats, Alvin Risk, Alex Metric, Milo & Otis, Yogi, David Heartbreak, Valentino Khan, Alesia and Heartsrevolution.

If you’re going to be at TomorrowWorld, OWSLA will also have a stage on Saturday. So, this mix is your perfect pre-game mix to what’s to come next week.

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“I Lived (Arty Remix)” by One Republic

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One Republic and dance music go together fairly well. Arty definitely shows that in his newest remix to One Republic’s “I Lived.” Recently, Arty’s been riding high with his newest release “Up All Night.”

If you haven’t noticed, Arty is all about the progressive, playful melodies. Sometimes, he goes in on some of his tracks, but most of the time, he’s about embracing the track with his melodies. This is what makes his originals and especially his remixes stand out.

Release Date: September 23, 2014

“This” by Sander Van Doorn & Oliver Heldens

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This. Oliver Heldens & Sander Van Doorn are out with a massive collaboration, but we divert from the usual Oliver Heldens synth. Instead, the sound of the track goes a little deeper.

The track relies on hollow sounds and a ton of reverb. In this case, doing less is, in fact, doing more. “This” concentrates on the groove but also the big-room appeal that a ton of deep house is leaning towards.

Release Date: October 6, 2014

Video: “Right Now” by Allday

Hailing from across the world in Australia, ‘Allday’ is an up-and-coming rapper who is really starting to make a name for himself. His debut album called “Startup Cult” peaked at #2 on the Australian iTunes charts, and #7 in New Zealand respectively upon release. He is currently preparing to head out on tour in Australia with 10 of 12 shows already sold out. Before he gets on the road in his home country, ‘Allday’ will be doing a showcase at the Marlin Room at Webster Hall in New York City on September 24th. If  you like what you hear and want to check out the showcase, let us know and we might be able to hook you up with some free tickets!

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“Get Me Outta Here” by Steve Aoki & Flux Pavilion

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Although Steve Aoki may have had to delay the release of “Neon Future I,” I think it was for the better. “Get Me Outta Here” is the most recent release from the album featuring Flux Pavilion. If you give the track a listen, you’ll immediately notice Flux Pavilion’s contributions on the main lead synth. The sustained chords are pretty standard for Flux, and it definitely gets people going.

In a few weeks, Steve Aoki will be making his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live (September 30) to talk about his upcoming album. There will also be a performance alongside Waka Flocka Flame for his track “Rage The Night Away.”

Release Date: September 16, 2014 | Beatport

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The TomorrowLand 2014 Aftermovie Will Make You Wish You Were There

2014 marked Tomorrowland’s 10th anniversary at their location in Belgium. With this, ID&T, the promoters of the festival, figured that they had to go all out. And, they definitely didn’t disappoint.

With over 400,000 attendees, Tomorrowland was up against a challenge of wowing every attendee that came to the festival across the 2 weekends. For festivals like Tomorrowland, the aftermovie is what counts.

Throughout the aftermovie, you’ll see clips from massive performances by Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, David Guetta, Armin Van Buuren, and more. Like every Tomorrowland aftermovie, the soundtrack was curated and mixed by DV & LM. TomorrowWorld is just around the corner for ID&T fans, so the madness isn’t over just yet.

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