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GTA & WHAT SO NOT SHARE “FEEL IT” FEATURING TUNJI IGE GOOD TIMES AHEAD DEBUT DUE OCTOBER 7TH

Julio Mejia and Matt Toth – better known as GTA or Good Times Ahead – return withWhat So Not for a second glimpse into their debut album“Feel It.”

The new track, which premiered as a “World First” on Zane Lowe’s Beat 1 radio show yesterday, is their second collaboration from their forthcoming LPand features Pennsylvanian rapper TunjiIge.

GTA has teamed up with leading Australian producer Chris Emerson, AKA What So Not.  What So Not has gone from strength to strength recently with standout performances at Las Vegas’ Electric Daisy Carnival, Australia’s Splendour In The Grass, and on hissold out co-headline tour across Australia  with Fools Gold founder and DMC legend A-Trak.  This fall What So Not embarks on his largest headline tour ever when he crosses North American on his Divide and Conquer Tour.

“Feel It” also follows another of GTA’s collaborations from their pending debut, “Get It All” with Wax Motif.  Watch the WeWrkWknds-directed video which features two sparring lovers in a battle for the other’s heart HERE.

After years of cultivating songs, mixes and remixes, and overall vibes for festivals and tours, the Miami-bred “good vibe”-makers will release their anticipated eponymous full-length album, Good Times Ahead on October 7th.

Featuring TinasheVince StaplesTungiIgeIamsu!Jarina De Marco, RKCB and Karina, the long-waited debut is a testament to their “Death to Genres” mission statement while highlighting their multiple influences and eclectic production ear.  With each of the 10 tracks, Toth and Mejia aim to make you above all“feel it” and ultimately prove that “dance music” isbest defined as whatever makes you move.

For years, GTA has supported numerous acts on the road like Rihanna, Calvin Harris, and Tiesto, as well as in the studio with talented comrades such as Diplo, deadmau5, Kaskade, Martin Solveig, Flosstradamus, and A-Trak.  Prior to their 2016 residency at Hakkasan Vegas, the 25-year olds have performed on six continents including their own headlining tours and have thrilled crowds with their innate ability behind the decks at premiere festival such as Coachella, Lollapalooza, Ultra Music Festival, Made In America, EDC, Tomorrowland and more.

Whether it’s their own original songs, an innovative remix, or collaborations with some of music’s A-list artists, GTA have continued to receive support from both fans and the “who’s who” in the music industry.  Be it their 2013 Diplo-assisted single “Boy Oh Boy” (over 86 million YouTube plays), their 2015 hit “Intoxicated” with Martin Solveig (which went top 5 on UK charts), their genre-bending collaboration with Rick Ross on “Movin Bass” (over 11 million plays on Spotify), their remix of Rihanna‘s “Bitch Better Have My Money” (5 million plays on Soundcloud), or their being enlisted by Rick Rubin on his Star Wars: Headspace compilation, GTA are paving the way for genre-less music to stand at the forefront.

Good Times Aheadtracklisting:

  1.  True Romance [ft. Jarina De Marco]

    2.  Little Bit of This [ft. Vince Staples]

    3.  Feel It [w/ What So Not ft. TunjiIge]

    4.  Heartbeat

    5.  Get It All [w/ Wax Motif]

    6.  All Caught Up [ft. Tinashe]

    7.  In My Nature [ft. Karina]

    8.  Pressure [ft. RKCB]

    9.  Contract [ft. Iamsu!]

    10.  Illuminate

GTA Tour dates:

WED 9/21         St. Louis, MO               Old Rock House

THU 9/22          Lawrence, KS               Granada

FRI 9/23           Denver, CO                   The Church

SAT 9/24          Salt Lake City, UT         In the Venue

SUN 9/25          Las Vegas, NV             Hakkasan

THU 9/29          Edmonton, AB              The Ranch

SAT 9/30          Calgary, AB                  Marquee

SUN 10/1          Vancouver, BC              Celebrities

MON 10/2         Seattle, WA                  ShowboxSoDo

WED 10/4         Chico, CA                     Senator Theater

THU 10/5          San Luis Obispo, CA     Graduate

FRI 10/6           Santa Cruz, CA             Catalyst

SAT 10/7          San Francisco, CA        Regency

SUN 10/8          Los Angeles, CA           Shrine

MON 10/9         Tucson, AZ                   Rialto

THU 10/12        Houston, TX                  Stereo Live

FRI 10/13          San Marcos, TX            The Marc

SAT 10/14        Dallas, TX                     Stereo Live

SUN 10/15        New Orleans, LA           Republic

FRI 10/20          Orlando, FL                  Beacham

SAT 10/21        Chicago, IL                   The MID

SUN 10/22        Ft. Lauderdale, FL         Revolution

What So Not Tour Dates

09/03/16           Jindabyne, Australia      Snowtunes

09/15/16           Denver                          Ogden Theatre

09/16/16           Chandler, AZ                 Mad Decent Block Party

09/16/16           Los Angeles                  The Fonda Theatre

09/19/16           San Diego                     The Observatory

09/20/16           San Francisco               The Regency Ballroom

9/21/2016         Eugene, OR                  Wow Hall

9/22/2016         Seattle                          ShowboxSodo

9/23/2016         Portland                        Wonder Ballroom

9/24/2016         Edmonton, AB              Soundwave

9/25/2016         Banff                             Dancing Sasquatch

9/27/2016         Winnipeg                      Union Sound Hall

9/28/2016         Minneapolis                  The Loft

9/29/2016         Milwaukee                    Miramar Theatre

9/30/2016         Chicago                        Concord Music Hall

10/2/2016         Toronto                         The Hoxton

10/4/2016         Buffalo                          The Town Ballroom

10/5/2016         Burlington, VT               Higher Ground

10/6/2016         Philadelphia                  Electric Factory

10/7/2016         Boston                          House Of Blues

10/8/2016         Vancouver, BC              Blue Print 19 – Pacific Coliseum

10/10/2016        Washington, DC            9:30 Club

10/11/2016        Ashville, NC                  The Orange Peel

10/13/2016        Chattanooga                 Revelry Room

10/14/2016        Memphis                      Minglewood Hall

10/15/2016        Atlanta                          Masquerade

10/16/2016        Nashville                       Exit / In

10/22/2016        New York                      Terminal 5

10/28/2016        New Orleans                 Voodoo Music Festival

“Feel It”is available for purchase/stream at via your preferred service at https://smarturl.it/GTAFeelIt.

Connect with GTA:
Official:http://www.wearegta.com
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wearegta/

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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