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  • The Chainsmokers & Cheyenne Giles team up for new, groovy house single, “Make Me Feel”


    The Chainsmokers have been pumping out pop/alternative music for the past few years, their albums So Far So GoodWorld War Joy, or Sick Boy almost more pop than electronic. However, every group has their roots — The Chainsmokers team up with Cheyenne Giles and Spinnin’/Musical Freedom for the club-ready single “Make Me Feel.”

    It’s a fresh dive into contemporary house music, as the guys lay down a sultry groove, rich in percussion and spacious sound effects, reminiscing an old-school ’90s sound with flashy synth stabs and vintage vocal samples. And let’s not forget the skin-tingling brass. Never forget the brass.

    “Make Me Feel” builds momentum with a raw, four-to-the-floor rhythm, bursting with those deep, bouncy beats Cheyenne Giles is famed for. When the groove thickens, the song drops into a radiant beat, highlighted by mesmerizing horns and snappy vocal samples, unleashing a chorus that reminisces a classic ’90s sound, now accompanied by thrilling bass chords to take the mood sky high.

    Check out the official video below!


    Photo via Rukes.com

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: The Chainsmokers & Cheyenne Giles team up for new, groovy house single, “Make Me Feel”

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