Music Monday: Jackson Wooten, Aviella, Felix Jaehn x Cheat Codes, CHASER, and Slippy

The third single off his debut album (March 2021) following “Flower” and “Don’t Let Me Down.” Jackson says about the song, “When I was writing ‘The Wind and Her Song’ I felt like I was sitting in a museum looking at a painting of the girl I was falling in love with. It depicts the story of someone who had gone through a lot but was blossoming into someone much bigger than her struggles, and I was struck with overwhelming admiration.”

Aviella introduces charming melodies and bold hooks on “tell me what you’re thinking,” a ripe mix of dynamic pop and dance floor grooves. The track is Aviella’s third release via Dim Mak, following her 2020 debut single “Lean” alongside Sawyr and electro-pop anthem “Ain’t Too Late.” 

Felix Jaehn returns to the release radar with ‘I Just Wanna’, the latest single to come from the established German talent since late summer. This time around, he’s joined by Los Angeles-based dance music trio Cheat Codes, and has also enlisted the vocal talent of rising Scottish up-and-comer Bow Anderson.

“2020” references both the status quo of the socio-political climate, and also our 20/20 vision. Despite the progress made, it feels like we’re regressing as a society. While this song was actually written and recorded before the COVID pandemic, its meaning and relevance definitely intensified as the year progressed.”– Jesse Stopnitzky (bass) SoCal Skate Punks CHASER released their latest single “2020.”

Colliding meditative nature sounds with a sonic headrush of electronic synth and bass work, Slippy takes listeners on an innovative journey via his New Noise debut “Free.”
 
Alex Swartwout –better known by his stage name Slippy– is an EDM producer and DJ hailing from Tampa, Florida. He began releasing music with Monstercat in 2015 and has quickly grown to become a rising figure in the bass music scene.

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