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NSH, Jaksch – California

I don’t normally venture on the pop side of music, but California, by NSH and Jaksch deserves an exception here. Play this song after a long workday and you will find renewed energy for whatever the night has in store for you.

The song is extremelly well-writen and beautifully performed. The singer is talented and the production is of the highest level.

You can find California in my Pop playlist.

Lost Frequencies, Zonderling, Kelvin Jones – Love To Go

Lost Frequencies, Zonderling and Kelvin Jones found a pleasant mix of indie rock and electronica with Love To Go. Yes, the track starts with a nice acoustic guitar part that almost reminds me of Phillip Phillips but then becomes heavily electronic in its chorus. The vocals are beautiful and the song is well written.

You can find Love To Go in my Tropical House playlist.

Tomer Aaron – Taste of the Devil

Taste of the Devil, by Tomer Aaron, has great mixing work, an arrangement that keeps things interesting from the start to the end of the song and cool trance-like synthesizers. The vibrato/auto-tune is just the right amount and makes for nice vocals.

You can find this tune on my Electronica playlist.

Dr. Wesh, Eric Castiglia – Dance in the Rain

Dr. Wesh and Eric Castiglia found a very nice mix of distorted guitars and electronic sounds in Dance in the Rain. Inspired by artists like Skazi, I tried to do the same in some of my tracks, like This Light.

Dance in the Rain is very well mixed and the highly effected vocals are a nice touch to this track that has a bit of everything to keep you rocking.

This is a nice track for workouts or any activity that demands high levels of energy. Mixing that with coffee may be dangerous. Don’t blame if you get hurt.

You can find Dance in the Rain in my Electronica playlist.

Just note that this is an explicit track, so you may want to take the kids out of the room before you start enjoying it.

FreeG, Ceavora, Simon Miles – Falling

Falling, a 2020 track by FreeG, Ceavora, Simon Miles is a vocal trance that will boost your energy and improve your mood. A powerful synth chorus, excellent songwriting, top-notch production, beautiful vocals and a song structure that will keep your interest are some of the elements that you will find in this song. You may want to try it for a workout.

Falling is now at the top positions on my Electronica playlist.