For the week ending May 17, 2014, two songs by Dutch DJs were going up the Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart. "Alone" by Armin van Buuren featuring Lauren Evans climbed to #9, reaching #6 a month later, ...
... And the duo W&W climbed to their peak of #21 with "Bigfoot", before dropping off the 25-position chart the following week.
Here's a single released in May 2015 by the Canadian EDM duo known as DVBBS, who previously appeared in this thread in the songs "Tsunami" (credited to DVBBS and Borgeous) and "Gold Skies" (Sander van Doorn, Martin Garrix, and DVBBS featuring Aleesia) - "White Clouds".
It didn't chart on the Hot 100 or Bubbling Under chart at all, but "All Night" by The Vamps (British pop band) and Matoma (Norwegian DJ/record producer) did reach #41 on the Mediabase pop chart in April 2017.
Hanging on to the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart in its 19th week (out of 20), "Apollo" by Hardwell featuring Amba Shepherd was down from #35 to #46 for the week ending June 8, 2013. It only managed to reach #23 all the way back in February of that year.
Here's a song with two different versions released in the 2000s and 2010s. It was originally released as "Reckoning Song" in March 2008 by Israeli band Asaf Avidan and the Mojos from their album The Reckoning.
Then in June 2012, a remix version by German DJ/producer Wankelmut titled "One Day/Reckoning Song (Wankelmut Rmx)" was released.
According to the Rate Your Music website at rateyourmusic.com, this song was released as a single on today's date in 2012 (although Wikipedia lists the date as May 14). "The Wave" by Swedish indie pop band Miike Snow (yes, there are two "i"s in Miike) was also released with a remix by Thomas Gold.
Last Edit: Jun 18, 2023 10:42:50 GMT -5 by jlthorpe
On the June 27, 2015 Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart, Galantis from Sweden were at #20 and climbing with "Peanut Butter Jelly", but they would only reach #18 two weeks later. Martina Sorbara of Dragonette provides vocals.
Also on the same chart, Duke Dumont from England was at #40 with "The Giver (Reprise)". It would peak there and drop off the following week, but it performed better on the Dance Club Songs chart, reaching #1 three weeks earlier.
While American Idol winner Ruben Studdard's "Flying Without Wings" was at #2 on the Hot 100 this week in 2003, the flip side of the double A-side single didn't fly as high. His cover of "Superstar" (inspired by Luther Vandross' version, which was posted in the Lost '80s Classic thread recently) debuted that same week at #122 on the Bubbling Under chart, and just climbed to #112.