10 Duos You Need To Listen To Right Now

Isn’t there a saying that the best things come in two’s? Well that definitely applies to these musical duos. Some met at school, some met in a studio, wherever they met we’re glad that they did because they’re producing fire music for our emotions and ears. Sure separately they’re great but when they come together it’s a whole different experience. They’re what butter is to bread, chocolate sauce is to strawberries, fries are to burgers and yeah you get the idea. For these duos, team work has made the dream work.

1. Loud Luxury

You wanna ride in the 6? You wanna dine in the 6? Straight out of Toronto aka the 6, DJ duo Andrew Fedyk and Joe De Pace make up Loud Luxury. Their music will get you up and on the dance floor for sure. A remix of Martin Garrix’s Scared To Be Lonely got people hooked. Now their own hit Body ft. Brando has taken over charts worldwide. It peaked in Canada at #3 on the charts and has been certified 6x Platinum by Music Canada.

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2. Two Friends

Best friends since seventh grade, Matt Harper and Eli Sones are Two Friends. They bring you outstanding remixes of all your favourite songs. Their remixes of Trap Queen and Mr Brightside have gone viral. Put on one of their Big Bootie Mixes for your next road trip and you’re sorted – no need to add songs to the que or try please everyone in the car, there’s something for everyone on their mixes.

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3. Xuitcasecity

From Suitcasecity, Florida come hip hop and pop duo Mike Gomes and Cam Young. Their origin story started with a Facebook message from Cam to Mike. It took a while for them to link up but once they did they realised they wanted to make similar type of music. They released their debut EP INDXGO in 2017 followed by their second EP City Nights in 2018. With songs such as Bout You, Need SomebodyStay the Night and Criminals climbing the charts, this is just the beginning.

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4. Loote

Emma Lov and Jackson Foote became Loote when they met at SUNY Purchase College. Before releasing their own music, they played a part in co writing and co producing for other artists. One of their hits includes No Promises with Demi Lovato and Cheat Codes. They were also featured on Martin Jensen’s WaitHigh Without Your Love was their first single released in 2017, followed by their EP Single released in 2018 featuring Joe Jonas. It’s heartfelt pop perfect for a break up.

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5. Lost Kings

Robert Abisi and Nick Shanholtz make up EDM DJ duo Lost Kings. Originally from the East Coast, the name Lost Kings arises from the duo moving to L.A. and feeling lost. Their music is relaxed and nostalgic fused with electronic. Starting out, they remixed popular songs of Rihanna and Tori Kelly before releasing The Bad EP and The Good EP. Recent original releases include an incredible line up of features. Look At Us Now ft. Ally Brooke and A$AP Ferg, Quit You ft. Tinashe, First Love ft. Sabrina Carpenter, When We Were Young ft. Norma Jean and Stuck ft. Tove Styrke. Earlier this year they performed at Ultra Music Festival in Miami for the first time.

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6. Timeflies

Catchy pop songs and EDM sound are brought by Rob Resnick and Cal Shapiro. They met at a Tufts University college party from where they were in a band called The Ride together. By senior year, the band turned into a duo, Timeflies. Their regular Timeflies Tuesday sessions on YouTube started gaining them popularity, it involved performing live covers and freestyles. Debut album, The Scotch Tape was released in 2011 charting at #8 on the iTunes charts. Some of the most streamed songs include; Once In A While,  Lay Me Down and Raincoat ft. SHY Martin.

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7. DubVision

Uplifting, progressive house music is brought to you by Dutch brothers, Victor Leicher and Stephan Leicher. After being persuaded by their parents to learn an instrument, Victor started experimenting with electronic music and Stephan soon teamed up with him to become DubVision. The duo has been releasing tracks through Spinning’ Records and they’ve even collaborated with Afrojack on New Memories.

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8. FRENSHIP

Comforting electronic pop comes from Brett Hite and James Sunderland. They met while working at Lululemon where they exchanged music taste, resulting in the creation of FRENSHIP. In the beginning they posted their songs on SoundCloud and in 2016 their song Capsize climbed charts all over the world. It now has over 470 million streams on Spotify.

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9. Fly By Midnight

Justin Bryte and Justin Slaven (Slavo) describe their sound as “retro pop jams”. They met in a studio and after having a co-writing session together, Fly By Midnight was born. Songs such as Vibe and Vinyl get you in the mood to pull someone onto the dance floor and dance the night away. Most recent release You Belong continues to provide those late night feels. Earlier this year Fly By Midnight made their debut at Firefly Music Festival.

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10. Joan

Alan Thomas and Steven Rutherford create indie pop tunes. Before they were Joan, they were both in different bands but went to the same Church. Once Steven had finished college they decided to do a licensing project together which turned into something more than just that. Take Me On was the first song they wrote together and lucky for us it didn’t stop there. Most recent release All The Way continues to showcase their ability and if you’re a The 1975 fan this is about to become your new fave obsession.

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(Featured Image: Loud Luxury, Loote, Lost Kings)

 

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Sharleen

A writer, explorer and your number one hype girl. I love all things pop culture, sports, food and music. instagram.com/shar.leen

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