French producer Mathieu Koss has been carving a solid name for himself for a few years now. Having seen support early in his career from Sam Feldt, Robin Schulz, Lost Frequencies and Martin Garrix, it’s easy to see why his new single is tinged with some guilt-free summer spiced optimism. ‘The Best Is Yet To Come’ is Mathieu’s new effort is another great example his persistent pop house blend.
Mathieu’s first release, Need Your Lovin, saw immediate global reach. Followed quickly by a deep house version NJR’s classic I Need Your Love which gained massive DJ interest, later resulting in over 2 million streams. Mathieu is most known so far however for Big Jet Plane alongside fellow DJ, Alok. The soon to be infamous remake Angus and Julia stones slur a folk song was a huge world-wide success. Mathieu worked epic levels euphoria into the track, that was equally met with exhilarating force music genius.
Having always been a keen traveler, Mathieu is keen to use emotions conjured up by foreign voyages deep within his work. After being inspired by the uplifting attitude some newly found Australian friends –Best Is Yet To Come was born.
This single was shaped specifically for Joan Alasta’s vocals, who might be recognised from her appearance in Big Jet Plane. Riding high in the mix, Joan plays her part proud. Always keen to draw from multiple influences, Joan refers frequently to the likes Radiohead and more obscure and traditional Corsican songs. Joan’s constant search for diversity is magnified by Mathieu – both driving us forward with grace and the sheer force positive thinking.
Check out ‘The Best Is Yet To Come’ EXCLUSIVELY today on EDM Sauce and everywhere on April 6th.
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