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JX Riders and Skylar Stecker's "Sweet Dreams"

JX Riders “Sweet Dreams” Feat. Skylar Stecker on Cherrytree Records
Hits #1 on Billboard Dance Club Chart

“Pieced together with EDM breakdowns and psychedelic syrup, 2016’s Sweet Dreams is downright stimulating and appropriately suited for club escapism.” 
– PopDust

JX Riders have been climbing up the Billboard Dance Club Charts and have, this week, entered into the #1 spot with the release of their debut single, a modern rendition of Eurythmics’ “Sweet Dreams” featuring powerhouse vocalist Skylar Stecker. The fierce, percolating track, released via Cherrytree Records, marks the first #1 for both Skylar Stecker and JX Riders. Check out the song HERE!

JX Riders is made up of two accomplished producers: Grammy-winning Dave Audé (remixed/produced 115 #1’s on the Billboard Dance Club Chart and co-wrote/produced Selena Gomez’s “Kill ‘Em With Kindness”) and Cherrytree Records chairman Martin Kierszenbaum (Grammy-nominated writer/producer for Madonna, Sting, Robyn, Mylène Farmer & Lady Gaga). The two first met when Audé remixed t.A.T.u.’s Top 10 smash, “All The Things She Said,” which Kierszenbaum co-wrote. They became fast musical friends, sharing tips on drum sounds, drops and synths. In the process, they discovered that the first synthesizer they’d each ever owned was a Rolan JX-3P. When they decided to make music together, thy fittingly called their duo JX Riders.

“Sweet Dreams” is Skylar Stecker’s third top 15 song (“Rooftop,” “Crazy Beautiful”). “Rooftop is currently being featured in a national Target ad campaign. Skylar’s debut album This Is Me is out via Cherrytree Records and she has just wrapped up a cross-country tour with Canadian pop/rock band, Marianas Trench. The pop sensation will hit the road again this fall with a US tour set to kick off next month

 
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