Steve Void & TELYKast Release Collab ‘Comfortable’ ft. Natalie Major

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Dutch DJ/Producer Steve Void rose to prominence in 2015 when he scored his first hit with his adaptation of The Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face,” which did over 7 million plays in the first few months. After that, he released a slew of successful tracks like his remixes of Oliver Heldens’ “Shades of Grey” and SNBRN’s “Beat the Sunrise,” and his original edit “Stronger” and “Burnin’,” which all reached millions of plays each, totaling over 20 million. In late 2016, Steve’s first official release “Chemistry” hit all stores, immediately charting on both Soundcloud and Spotify and accumulating over 15 million plays, followed in 2017 by fan favorites like “Never Been Better,” “West LA” and “We Won’t Leave You”. Steve also toured twice with Matoma, Cheat Codes & Steve James, as well as playing clubs and festivals. These days he’s been running his label Strange Fruits, releasing new songs every week, including his own latest single “Hide and Seek.” In total him & Strange Fruits have already amassed over 120 million Spotify streams.

Los Angeles-based new wave electronic trio TELYKast have been picking up serious momentum over the last 6 months with a plethora of originals combined with the addition of Trevor, whose the singer of their single “There For You.” Best known for their chart topping remix of Post Malone’s “Congratulations,” which was named by Billboard as one of the best remixes of that song and has earned over 10 million streams across platforms, they also released “Driving” alongside powerhouse vocalist Sammy Adams and singles “Going Under” and “Fall Down on Me” which were streamed over 3 million times. 2018 is shaping up to be a true breakout year for TELYKast with the goal of pushing the boundaries with both their sound and their live sets.

LA-based singer/songwriter Natalie Major has made a name for herself writing and featuring on tracks with some of the biggest names in dance music. She penned and featured on “Someone Somewhere,” which Tiësto created a “Tiësto Edit” for and included on his Club Life, Vol. 4 – New York City. She’s also known for her Showtek collab “On Our Own” which clocked over 11 million Spotify streams in under six months. Her music is marked by her ability to translate raw emotion and relatable experiences into anthemic and ambitious pop punctuated by down-tempo beats, skyscraper-size vocals, and unabashed and cathartic honesty.

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