Tropical House


[PREMIERE] Sam Feldt Shares Remix Of HEAVN's "Bright Lights" : Tropical House / Deep House

Sam Feldt Press Shot

Sam Feldt has premiered countless of his early tracks here at TSIS, including his remixes of Jose Gonzales' "Stay Alive" and Mumford & Sons' "I Will Wait". Now he's back with his new release which is a remix of HEAVN’s "Bright Lights" and lays his signature touch on it.

The original song by HEAVN already carried a tropical vibe with its dreamy guitar riffs so having Feldt take on the track was a perfect fit. He put minor effects on the vocals while adding a new piano melody and house tempo that leads up to a fun tropical drop. Enjoy!

HEAVN - Bright Lights (Sam Feldt Remix) | Stream Only

Thomas Jack Expands Sound With Latest Single “Rise Up"

Thomas Jack Rise

It's been a hot minute since we've heard new music from Thomas Jack, but the fun-loving DJ/producer now returns with his sophomore single, "Rise Up" featuring Jasmine Thompson, following up his debut original single "Rivers".

While Jack is primarily known for spearheading the tropical house movement, his new tune delivers a pleasant sun-kissed detour that broadens his repertoire. Listen below:

Thomas Jack - Rise Up | iTunes

The song hits a sweet spot in regards to contrast as a jazzy high-pitched whistle runs parallel to a warm bass line to create a smooth balance. Thompson's soothing vocals make her a perfect match for the laid-back track, and to no surprise either. She's previously worked on records with burgeoning tropical acts Robin Schulz and Felix Jaehn. 

While it is unknown as to how much time it will be until Thomas Jack dishes out more from his unreleased discography, the producer has assured his fans that he has "more new music on the way so stay tuned." In the meantime, you can jam out to "Rise Up" above!

Listen & Download Kygo's Debut Album "Cloud Nine"

Kygo Cloud Nine

It was a short 2 years ago that Norwegian artist Kygo was working on songs in his dorm room, premiering unofficial remixes of artists like Ed Sheeran and Marvin Gaye on TSIS. Fast forward to present day and the 23-year-old act has had hundreds of millions of streams across just about every platform, in addition to several chart-topping hits.

Today, his highly-anticipated debut LP, Cloud Nine, is live. The 15-track offering has been years in the making and features a handful of successful hits, including the album's leadoff single, “Firestone.” The tropical record features Conrad Sewell, a relatively unknown singer at the time who has since proven himself to be a successful lead artist with releases like "Start Again" and "Remind Me."

Kygo's exponential rise to fame also helped jumpstart the career of Parson James who is featured on "Stole The Show," which the two performed on 'The Ellen Show'. The list of collaborators on Cloud Nine is quite stacked, but in a way you wouldn’t expect. While the project does include notable vocal features by John Legend and Foxes, several of project's contributors are lesser known to the mainstream eye.

"Carry Me" on the LP stands out as one of the more pop-driven tracks and for good reason. The song features Los Angeles songwriter Julia Michaels who is behind some of the industry's biggest radio hits including Justin Bieber's "Sorry" and Selena Gomez's "Good For You."

Cloud Nine branches out into several genres outside of the tropical space that first brought Kygo into the spotlight. From "Not Alone" featuring RHODES to "Serious" featuring Matt Corby, listeners should prep themselves for a wide array of moods, energies and sounds, all while taking in the Norwegian's enveloping smooth quality.

Stream the album and pick up your copy on iTunes below.

 Kygo - Cloud Nine | iTunes  

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