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Felix Teams Up With Electronic Music Alliance To Battle Traumatic Stress

UK-based Platinum producer Felix, best known for his track "Don't You Want Me," has teamed up with Electronic Music Alliance to release a new single and give back at the same time. Electronic Music Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated "to unite forward thinking electronic music leaders, artists, and fans in order to create a cultural legacy of raising the bar within our industry, our local communities, and at our festivals."

Felix is rolling out his new label DANCE FX, and in conjunction with EMA, has released a new house track "Reaching For The Top." All proceeds from the release will be donated to the David Lynch Foundation, a charity that supports children, veterans and other adults and members of at-risk populations and helps them overcome traumatic stress through meditation.

In a comment, EMA co-founder Janine Jordan explained her excitement over the new partnership.

"We are thrilled and honored to see Felix take the lead as a role model for our community. He is setting a new bar for all EMA members by releasing his track as a charity campaign."

Listen to "Reaching For The Top" below and then help out this great cause by purchasing the track on Beatport or iTunes.

Follow Felix:
facebook.com/felixofficialmusic
soundcloud.com/felixofficialmusic
twitter.com/Felixofficial_

Follow Electronic Music Alliance:
ema-global.org/
facebook.com/ElectronicMusicAlliance
twitter.com/emaglobal


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