Vicetone has upgraded their studio, and with the upgrade comes their progressive house remix of Dua Lipa’s “New Rules.” The Dutch duo talked about their production process for the remix, noting fans will likely hear them drop the track in live sets in the future.
“We had a blast remixing Dua Lipa’s vocals, especially after recently upgrading our studio with some fresh new gear. We used a lot of guitars and vocal recordings we did ourselves to give the song a unique and different vibe from the original. The whole process felt really natural and we already love playing this one out in our live sets!”
The upbeat remix adds a completely different feel to the pop song. Fans of the remix can download it for free here.
At just 17 years old, riding producer Heroless has already begun paving a way for himself in the scene. With three huge tracks already under his belt, including a fiery trap flip of Tchami’s “Adieu,” the Norwegian producer now gives us a taste of his sonic capabilities and production efficacy on Dua Lipa‘s “Hotter Than Hell.“
In the new remix, Heroless lowers the pitch of the Martin Garrix collaborator’s vocals, delivering, in turn, a powerful chorus rich in both resonating bass and synths. By chopping Dua Lipa’s vocals into a lead melody, Heroless creates an energetic future bass track backed by powerful stabs and popping drum kicks. Heroless’ flip of Dua Lipa’s enticing vocals on “Hotter Than Hell” showcase his ability to weave multiple genres into an effortlessly smooth final piece.
Canadian producer Conro has already had an exceptional 2017, and the year’s not even halfway over yet.
On May 17, the producer put out his latest single on Monstercat: a laid-back track called “Lay Low.” Unlike his previous release, a high-energy remix of Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa‘s “Scared to be Lonely,” “Lay Low” emits a much more relaxed downtempo vibe.
David Benjamin‘s smooth vocals glide perfectly over Conro’s mellow beats in the track. The producer is consistently pushing the boundaries of conventional electronic music, and the remainder of the year is sure to be a success for him.
Teasing fans since New Years, Martin Garrix has finally released his highly anticipated single, “Scared to be Lonely” with English singer/songwriter, Dua Lipa. The Dutch producer first revealed the unreleased track at the AVA NYE festival where videos were then leaked on multiple social media platforms. Since then, music enthusiasts across the world have been eagerly waiting for the full-length release of “Scared to be Lonely.”
Now Garrix’s newest hit is here, and it was well worth the wait and trail of bread-crumbs. We already assumed the track would individually captivate us just by the sensitive title, but Dua Lipa’s velvet-smooth vocals drive the ‘feels’ straight home. Garrix’s future bass production embellishes the heart-rending lyrics, and the catchy beat carries the emotional tone throughout. With “Scared to be lonely,” Garrix has again proven to the world why he has been how he’s achieved his vanguard status in the dance music industry.
Martin Garrix seems to be poised for a predictably heavy release schedule in 2017. During his NYE show in Yangon, Myanmar, the EDM megastar premiered his newest piece, a future bass-leaning collaboration with British singer Dua Lipa called “Scared To Be Lonely.” Her passionate, melancholic vocals cascade over emotive string elements paired with a powerful drop, creating a lovely crossover track that dutifully entices the crowd. Considering its positive reception thus far and its palatable appeal to the mainstream, it’s easy to assume that “Scared To Be Lonely” will become Garrix’s next powerhouse track – akin to “In The Name Of Love” with Bebe Rexha. View a clip of its premiere above.