What’s up, what’s up! Got this week’s FEELS.TRIP coming your way today featuring songs from the awesome artists below.

Bee’s Knees

Bee’s Knees are an indie dance producer duo born and raised in Los Angeles. They are currently finishing up their debut EP set to release on Sexy Electric (Kill Paris’s label) this Fall. At the young age of 18, Bee’s Knees hit #1 on the hype machine charts last year with the official remix for the album to Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines.” Additionally, they have released official remixes for Shift K3y, The Knocks, The Rubens, Sultan & Ned Shepard, Chuck Inglish, Chromeo, and Tegan and Sara to name a few.

This week we’re featuring their song “Better With You” with fellow producer Lenno featuring vocals from LA based singer Monogem.

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LA duo ARMNHMR (Joseph Chung & Joseph Abella) are no strangers to attacking all spectrums of the dance music scene. With masterful original productions and beautifully resonating remixes ranging from Eclectic to Trap, ARMNHMR has already received support from high profile artists such as Laidback Luke, The Chainsmokers, and many more. A combination of heart pounding drops and melodic interludes encompass the #HammerSound. With dozens of already planned releases for the near future, 2016 is looking to be the duo’s breakout year.

They’ve been featured in FEELS.TRIPS in the past and this week I’ve included their new remix of Steve James’ and Clairity’s song “Renaissance” which features lots of synthy goodness and pulsing bass lines.


Wave Racer

Twenty-three-year-old Tom Purcell is Wave Racer, a 64-bit freak speeding through the horizon, straight for the unknown. Taking both Australia and the world by storm, Purcell’s blend of pixelated funk zooms and enhances on trans-continental club sounds and gold plated production standards and blows them straight out of the water. Wave Racer’s sound is often (and best) described as driving down Mario Kart’s Rainbow Road to the club of your dreams. Melding vocal samples, synthesised trumpets and bass guitar slaps with his sunrise-styled melodies, Purcell gained early attention from the likes of Diplo, Flume, Snakehips, Madeon, and Skrillex.

This week we’re featuring his recent bass filled remix of Flume’s “Never Be Like You” featuring amazing vocals from singer/songwriter Kai.


Want to continue the FEELS TRIP? Check out last week’s playlist.


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Danh Huynh

California soul who loves attending shows, taking amateur food porn pictures, and naps. In my previous life I was probably a Snorlax.

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