After the Noon Records proudly presents their newest single entitled “Meet Me at Sunrise,” written by Arthur Tan and Lesha, with music by Tan and vocals by Lesha. The track delivers a new take on a breakup song and by channeling an upbeat banger and that brings the singular crucial realization, “You are not the same no more.”
Once you press play, there’s no stopping the groove. Listeners will know they’re in for a treat. “Meet Me at Sunrise” starts on an introspective note as Lesha laments, “I thought about all the times we used to get along.” As the track progresses and the instrumental grows, she becomes more confident in herself, concluding: “Now I’m just thankful that I never even tried to stay.”
It’s rare to find breakup songs that sound warm and enlightening, and that’s exactly what Tan achieves with his charismatic music production. He brings buoyancy to the concept with his light snare rhythm and simple piano-synth track. Along with Lesha’s seductive vocals, the uplifting rave tune balances out its heart wrenching message.
“Meet Me at Sunrise” successfully conveys that feeling of post-separation consolation. Whether or not you’ve experienced that feeling, the song’s overall hopeful energy will have you rooting for anyone going through that similar situation.
It’s safe to say that Arthur Tan and Lesha will bring their own novelty to the table in this instant DJ classic; a sure bet to get everyone (including those with broken hearts) back up on their feet.
“Meet Me At Sunrise” will be available for streaming on November 25, 2022, on Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, and Amazon Music.
Cover Photo Credit: After The Noon Records
Can you believe the groovy-pop track, “Soda” from James Reid has been out for a year already! To celebrate him and his Careless Music team blesses us with a fresh new take. The remix comes from producer and artist, Arthur Tan who also gave us Nadine’s “Intoxicated” remix late last year. This time around he worked on “Soda” to add to its already danceable beat and take us further into hyperspace.
Check out the reactions from when the “Soda” remix debuted in front of a live crowd. James Reid and Arthur Tan took the track to Notorious HQ in Poblacion in Makati, Philippines. If you’re loving the track, so did they! Can’t wait to catch it on the dance floor the next night out with friends.
Cover Photo Credit: Careless Music Twitter
Looking to freshen up your playlist or simply just looking for new music? We got you covered with a few remixes that’ll spice up your next road trip or kickback. We have tracks ranging anywhere from pop to EDM and even chill remixes of some of your favorite songs by Filipino artists.
Here’s only a few, so let us know what others we might have missed @myxnews on Twitter!
“Intoxicated” (Arthur Tan Remix) – Nadine Lustre, Arthur Tan
“Dance Like Nobody’s Watching” – Yuna, James Reid
“Catching Feelings” (Dennis Blaze Remix) – Inigo Pascual, Moophs, Ruby Ibarra, Dennis Blaze
“death bed” – powfu, beabadoobee, Blink-182
“Spinning” (A.G. Cook Remix) – No Rome, Charli XCX, The 1975
“Corner” (Subzylla Remix) – Kiana V, Subzylla
“How Many Remix” – Guapdad 4000, !llmind, Rick Ross
“Slide” (Remix Pop Smoke, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie & Chris Brown) – H.E.R., A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, Chris Brown, Pop Smoke
Cover Photo Credit: No Rome Facebook
NYC-based DJ and Producer Arthur Tan collabs with Filipino singer-songwriter and fellow producer Lesha for a dance track, I Need U. Known for his dreamy dance music, Arthur Tan is from the Philippines and member of the Manila-based music collective Logiclub. He’s made a name for himself in the underground local and international music scene.
While Lesha is based in Manila, her genre is a mix of styles with influences from electronic pop, hip-hop, alternative, jazz, trap, and EDM. Being a producer, Lesha has the ability to experiment with different beats and incorporate vocal chops to create that unique original sound. Starting as an independent artist, Lesha’s reach grew on Youtube. Since then, she has been on Spotify’s OPM Rising Playlist and performed with various artists and music festivals. Following her success, she’s also collaborated with GUESS x 88Rising.
Cover Photo Credit: Careless Music Facebook