The Billboard Dance Chart represents the week’s most popular songs played in dance clubs, compiled from reports from a national sample of club DJs. All three singles are seeing their chart position rise as support from both DJs and listeners continues to increase.
Check out all three singles by clicking the players below, or pick up a digital copy using the iTunes link.
Clash Magazine has just premiered an exclusive first-listen of the upcoming single from Salt Ashes, “Raided.” The new single, along with the upcoming music video, see Salt Ashes taking her nu-disco sounds into a darker and more mysterious place.
New single ‘Raided’ was born in an underground club, before Salt Ashes returned to the South Coast and began coaxing out some distorted pop melodies.
“A friend took me to an underground club in Berlin that reminded me of Warhol’s ‘Factory’. Everyone seemed to be escaping the outside world, hiding whatever secret or story they had. I became fascinated by them and tried to imagine what their real stories were which lead me to write ‘Raided’.”
Check out “Raided” by clicking on the player below. Look for the upcoming music video, along with purchase links, available soon on Radikal Records.
Radikal Records is proud to announce the follow-up release to emerging singer Salt Ashes’ second single, If You Let Me Go (Remixes). This new 16-Track compilation of remixes takes Salt Ashes’ original single, released September 2, 2014 on Radikal Records, and spins it in a whole new wave of directions including Electronic, Progressive House, Drum & Bass, and Electro House mixes.
‘If You Let Me Go’ was written and produced while sleeping on floors between Ibiza, New York and Berlin, and takes in Salt Ashes’ love for epic electronic grooves and melancholy drenched melodies, with a nod to early eighties Madonna and the New York club scene. The original single is included at the start of the compilation, alongside mixes from prominent remixers Alex Banks, Mark Loverush, Sergio Matina, Gabry Sangineto, Stereojackers, Funky Junction and many more. The full track-listing is included in the Bandcamp Player below.
Salt Ashes has been climbing the DJ National Club Charts with her hit “If You Let Me Go.” Salt Ashes comes in at number one on the Most Added Dance/Crossover Tracks beating out Gorgon City F/ Jennifer Hudson, Mark Ronson Bruno Mars, and Mary J Blige. She also comes in at the number 24 spot on the National Crossover Pool Chart. Salt Ashes is in good company on the National Crossover Pool Chart with artists such as Calvin Harris, Alesso, David Guetta, and Jessie J.
You can find a full list of the DJ Times charts in DJ Times Magazine. The DJ Times National Club Charts were complied as of January 9th. The charts are current and are complied exclusively for DME inc for DJ Times Magazine.
Salt Ashes music video “If You Let Me Go” has been featured on Blastro.com. “If You Let Me Go” is one of the newest videos to be added to the site. Make sure you you head over to Blastro’s website to see what they’re all about!
Click HERE to watch “If You Let Me Go” on Blastro.com
MTV Iggy announces Salt Ashes as Artist of the Week. After a week of voting, Salt Ashes came out on top as Artist of the Week with her new single “If You Let Me Go”. Check out her artist page on MTV Iggy as well as the new single below:
MTV Iggy covers pop artist Salt Ashes’ latest single, “If You Let Me Go” and here’s what they had to say:
“Salt Ashes wants to dominate the dance floor — provided, that is, that everyone at the club is clad in black. Sure, she might be a material girl at heart (aren’t we all?) but the Brighton, England-based singer (née Veiga Sanchez) is out to provide an arty alternative to the Technicolor tunes of Madonna and her spandex-clad followers. “
Check out the full post here and the official video below!
Head over to MTV Iggy to check out their feature of the De La Muerte directed music video for Salt Ashes’ infectious brand new single “If You Let Me Go.” You can stream the music video below, and purchase the track on iTunes today!
“Written and produced while sleeping on floors between Ibiza, New York and Berlin, it takes in her love for epic electronic grooves and melancholy drenched melodies with a nod to early eighties Madonna and the New York club scene.”
Artist Salt Ashes has released a mix for our friends at Noisey and Vice’s new series: Sleeve Notes, which features themed mixes by original artists. Here’s an excerpt of what they had to say, click here for the full article and stream the full mix below:
“Salt Ashes sprung to attention last year with a cover of Depeche Mode’s “Black Celebration”. She’s got a lot of great backing already: Clash said she managed to imprint her identity on the “Black Celebration” without “losing sight of the integral ingredients that made the original so special” and the follow-up single, “Someday”, recieved props from Popjustice who said it was the perfect antidote for everyone currently waiting for Kylie Minogue to pull her finger out and they’re not lying – “Someday” is an elegant slice of delectable electro-pop..”
If you missed it last night, Phil Taggart over at BBC1 Radio featured Salt Ashes‘ follow-up single “If You Let Me Go” on his evening radio show after discovering the song via a fan on Twitter. You can stream the live broadcast on their website here. Here’s what Phil had to say when presenting the record: “Apparently that track was made by sleeping on floors in New York, Ibiza and Berlin. If that’s the quality of a track sleeping on people’s floors, imagine if she had a week in the studio…bit of Kate Bush in there…loving it!’”
Hear what all of the excitement about by streaming the single below, and purchasing it on iTunes today!