For the past several years, The Chainsmokers have been putting out pop/alternative music, with albums like So Far So Good, World War Joy, and Sick Boy being more pop than electronic. Every group, however, has its beginnings – The Chainsmokers collaborate with Cheyenne Giles and Spinnin’/Musical Freedom on the club-ready tune “Make Me Feel.” The lads lay down a sensual rhythm, rich in percussion and expansive sound effects, evoking an old-school ’90s vibe with dazzling synth stabs and vintage vocal samples, for a fresh plunge into modern house music.
Not to mention the skin-tingling brass. Never overlook the brass. “Make Me Feel” gathers momentum with a raw, four-to-the-floor rhythm bursting with Cheyenne Giles’ signature deep, bouncy rhythms. When the rhythm tightens, the song dips into a brilliant beat, accented by hypnotic horns and snappy voice samples, unleashing a chorus that harkens back to a classic ’90s sound, now accompanied by thrilling bass chords to lift the atmosphere to new heights. View the official video below!
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