Keep it Spinnin’ With FelMax & WiDE AWAKE’s “Take It All” Ft. 2DOWN

Here at Mir, we like to give you plenty of different vibes to carry you out through your weekend bangers. So queue up this next track as you are at that crucial moment before you go way too hard. Our next track this weekend is the latest over at Spinnin’ Records with “Take It All”, the latest from FelMax and WiDE AWAKE. Originally a Venezuelan native, FelMax fled his country to the United States and has been the trailblazer in our modern electronic music scene. Only bursting onto the scene in 2015, FelMax has already garnered plenty of support from the likes of Tiesto, Steve Aoki, and Krewella.

“Take It All” is a real showcase of the rising talent the Spinnin’ is bringing to the scene. This track exemplifies plenty of FelMax’s hip-hop/RnB roots, as well as an injection of the modern electronic music flair that he has gained since coming to the United States. The track is subtle with plenty of groovy and smooth production. FelMax can’t take all the credit however, as he teamed up with artists WiDE AWAKE and 2DOWN to complete the entire ensemble. 2DOWN’s silky vocal work compliments the two producers’ styles to a tee.

When WiDE AWAKE and I started working on ‘Take It All,’ we came up with a ton of different versions and worked on this song for nearly 6 months. I really thought the house version was going to be the one labels would decide to sign since its tempo might be a little more radio friendly, but this version was a bit more unique and Spinnin Records really dug the vibe we were going after,” he said. “Overall, I’m super stoked on this release and for all the exciting releases I have coming the rest of the year.” – FelMax

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Spinnin’ New Music: Madison Mars “Atom”

Alright, Spinnin’ Records…what do you have for us this week? Well to wind down our fantastically relaxing weekend we have “Atom” the latest from Madison Mars. Madison Mars is quite a bit of a Spotify sensation, with his first two releases “Theme O” and “Milky Way” racking up about 24 million spins just on Spotify alone! While Mars was quite the enigmatic artist early on in his career, fans were delighted when they were finally able to catch a glimpse of him at his live show with Don Diablo at the Amsterdam Dance Event in 2016. Mars has only recently joined Spinnin’ Records, and we can’t wait for his EP to drop in the coming months. On top of everything, Spinnin’ is hosting a contest with this release to boost their numbers on their YouTube channel! You can check it out here.

Now how does “Atom” hold up to the rest of his releases? Well, the track has the same big room/epic feel to it, though it seems a bit familiar to the work of Martin Garrix. He isn’t the only one to take notice, as Hardwell has stated that it is “the best track I’ve heard in 2017 so far”. We definitely have no doubt that this is going to be an instant fan favorite and we make a solid mark in Madison Mars’s catalog.

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NEW FROM SPINNIN’: Brazillian Powerhouses Vintage Culture & RICCI Collab on “Later”

It is about time that we gave the Mir treatment to a new record label. This week we are checking out the latest from massive label Spinnin’ Records, who bring us “Later” a new collaboration between artists Vintage Culture and RICCI. These two are the latest and biggest producers out of Brazil, making a name for themselves after performing different sets at Lollapalooza Brazil this year. These two artists are quickly becoming the most popular electronic acts out of Brazil and are going to continue with performances at Rock in Rio as well as more releases for RICCI over on Sony Music.

Now “Later” is a decent example of a summer anthem out of the Brazillian electronic scene right now. The track is not only heavy on the synths and features sultry vocal work, but is almost guaranteed to fill the venue where it is blasting through the speakers. The warbling yet driving bass line will keep you dancing long after the night is actually over. There is plenty of chemistry between these two Brazillian powerhouses that we need more, more collaborations the better.

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