The Mid-October Edition of Womp Womp Wednesday is here, and we got some absolute heat for your ears.
Hotlíne Blíng – Charlíe Puth x Kehlaní (DATHAN Flip) – Starting this week with an incredible flip of a “Hotline Bling” cover by DATHAN.
Genevieve – Colors (PLS&TY Remix) – PLS&TY remix of “Colors” is catchy. Staying consistent with the feeling given from the previous check, you are going to hear a lot more tracks with this style.
Louis The Child – It’s Strange (Ft. K.Flay) – Two names in the electronic scene that have been popping up over and over again in recent months; Louis The Child and K.Flay. Teaming up to give a wonderfully unique. Soft lyrics and a catchy drop.
Porter Robinson – Divinity feat. Amy Millan (ODESZA Remix) (Free Download) – Another amazing track by ODESZA, this time remixing Divinity by Porter Robinson.
Milk N Cooks – Kiiara – Tennessee (Milk N Cooks Remix) – Chicago natives Milk N Cooks put out a very chill back remix with their version of “Tennessee”
Keys N Krates – Save Me (Naderi Remix) (Ft. Katy B) – The Aussie take over is real. Naderi is another artist coming out with club bangers
graves & FELMAX – Zebras In America – Possibly the heaviest hitting track on this list.
Adventure Club – Limitless Feat. Delaney Jane (Free Download) – Adventure Club? Check. Free Download? Check. Amazing track? Check.
Hermitude – The Buzz (Alison Wonderland Remix feat. Hodgy Beats) – What do you get when you combine Hermitude and Alison Wonderland? You guessed it, a heavy hitting club anthem.
Sid Sriram will be a new name to the vast majority of you reading this post. I can say with complete confidence that this will not, however, be the last time you hear his name. Today, we are proud to co-sponsor the release of his latest single, “Limitless,” with our friends over at Good Music All Day.
Sunset rarely dabbles in music that could be considered “pop” music. While this has a pop vibe to it, Sriram’s talent is blatant. With an excellent voice, Sid stays on point vocally throughout the entire track. With a great hook, this is the kind of song that easily finds itself stuck in your head.
Sriram lets his voice speak for itself, absolutely belting over a rather simply produced instrumental. No autotune, no gimmicks; just a piano riff, a drum beat, some guitar, and a beautiful voice. Simplicity is powerful, and so is Sriram’s voice. Don’t be surprised if you hear this one on the radio, this has Top 40 written all over it, and trust me, it’s a whole lot better than Taio Cruz.
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