The last time we saw LA producer and singer-songwriter Eddie Cohn was back in May, with is post-industrial video for ‘Animals’, a song and video written in response to the chaos of 2020, the violent nature of human beings, and our striking similarities to animals. He keeps releasing video after video for the song, and it’s hard to keep up! He’s not one afraid to pack a punch, and although the DJ has already accomplished a lot of depth with the song, he’s still finding more, and with this brand new remix, he dives deeper, and re-imagines it yet again.
Challan Carmichael grew up listening to the music of Michael Jackson, while dancing Breakdance, and Electric Boogaloo. His love of music and the creative arts led him to make it his life’s calling, and he’s toured all over the UK performing in clubs and other venues, as well as free concerts for children at nearly 150 schools between 2015 and 2018. His new single, ‘Heads Up Stand Tall -Remix’ is an inspiring and upbeat track, which brings Challan’s inspiring and uplifting message to the wider community, and comes with a music video filmed in Nottingham.
Pop legends Steps – aka Claire, Faye, H, Lee and Lisa – caused quite the stir earlier this month when they announced their brand-new album, launched their UK arena tour and released the first single What The Future Holds. With fans all around the world citing their return as them coming “back to save 2020”, the launch was a huge success with them scoring 3 #1s including topping the iTunes Singles Chart, the iTunes Album Preorder Chart and the iTunes Video Chart, as well as trending in the UK on Twitter. Now the five-piece reveal their next piece of music with the Cahill Remix of What The Future Holds dropping today on all digital platforms, listen here.
Out now and nailing it as a remix is the Wankelmut version of ‘Burst,’ a track originally created by singer, songwriter and producer SHAMAÏ. The Berlin based Wankelmut has been prolific since breaking into the dance scene in 2012, and has gone on to deliver records like ‘Ayahuasca’ and ‘Can’t Force Love.’