Hear this surprising Rusko remix of Selena Gomez & Marshmello’s ‘Wolves’

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With last year’s arrival of Marshmello and Selena Gomez‘s hotly anticipated dance/pop crossover track, “Wolves,” it became clear the masked producer was setting his sights on the world of commercial pop. Paired with their live performance of “Wolves” at the 2017 AMAs, fans of Marshmello began wondering if the once-enigmatic bass producer was turning his back on EDM altogether.

Mellogang can rest easy as the producer has just enlisted a bevy of dance music producers to touch up his high-profile collaboration. Included on the official remix pack is Moti, Owen Norton, Said the Sky, Sneek, Total Ape, and a standout Rusko performance that plays as a deep/future house track with hard house elements. Brooding drums, futuristic synths, and interesting vocal edits mark the sonic space of Rusko’s re-imagining of the pair’s single. Wherever the track sits along the dance music spectrum, it’s a surprisingly left-field move for the UK-dubstep producer who is largely credited with popularizing the dubstep movement in the US.

Launchpad: Lose yourself in this sweeping house playlist

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Launchpad is a playlist series showcasing music we love, hand selected by our staff. The tracks come from both emerging and mainstream artists; it’s all about the quality and the unexpected. If you’d like your music featured in Launchpad, submit it for consideration here

House music’s appeal runs deep. From the jackin’ house that pours out of Chicago to this day, characterized by its repetitive 4/4 beats, drum machine rhythms, off-beat hi-hat cymbals, and synthesized basslines, to the present tides of “deep house” and future house that are washing over the music world, the chances are high that listeners will fall in love with the genre — especially considering its deeply entrenched, continual evolutions and odes to the past. Today, we’re premiering a sweeping Launchpad playlist of house music. It’s filled with tribal house and progressive house, but no matter what you’re into, it’s plenty easy to get lost in this playlist.

DA Launchpad Selects:
Domenic Cappello – “Time to Begin”

Domenic Cappello’s “Time to Begin” is one of three lush cuts on the Sub Club resident’s debut EP which came out in early-December under his own name. Over the years, Cappello’s gone on to headline some of the UK’s best underground clubs. Between Back2Basics to Plastic People, to Fabric, as well as Berlin’s Panorama Bar and Paris’ The Rex. Domenic’s work has certainly aided in solidifying Sub Club’s legacy for years to come, so it’s only right we commemorate the release of this legend’s new EP with a feature on this playlist.

Kim Anker – “Stay (ft. Andrew)”

Newcomer Kim Anker’s “Stay” is a chilled-out track that beckons its listeners to throw it on in rotation.

Demuir – “El Latino Es Negro”
Domenic Cappello – “Time To Begin”
JR from Dallas – “Downtown City (Sebb Junior Remix)”
Jackson Snapp – “Another World”
Kim Anker- “Stay (ft. Andrew)”



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The Radar 103: Mixed by Brooks

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Dancing Astronaut is back with Episode 103 of The Radar, mixed by Brooks. The Dutch producer has carved out a name for himself through a series of pointed releases such as his Martin Garrix collaboration “Byte,” which garnered more than 20 million streams on Spotify. Brooks has also officially remixed songs from David Guetta, Gryffin, Illenium and – most recently – ZAYN and Sia’s massive “Dusk Till Dawn”.

Brooks’ guest mix features a plethora of tracks, ranging from big room sound to deeper sonic landscapes, weaving tracks from such breakout artists as Camelphat, Redlight, and Curbi, to name just a few. Also included in the mix are Brook’s own remixes of Fifth Harmony, Zayn and Illenium.

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Max Styler drops dreamy future house single, ‘All Your Love’

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Max Styler has released a groovy yet seductive original titled, “All Your Love.” The future house track is Styler’s first musical composition of the new year, following huge success in 2017, as he produced hit singles such as “Secrets” featuring CXLOE, and “Heroes” with Nevve. The piece showcases melodic piano chord progressions, glowing builds, and sensual vocals.

The San Luis Obispo native once again proves his prowess as a dynamic producer who continues to experiment and evolve with each new release. “All Your Love” is out now on Steve Aoki‘s imprint, Dim Mak. Starting off the new year with a bang, Max Styler has shown fans what’s in store for the future.

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Ekali and Zhu team up for stunning new release ‘Blame’ [Free Download]

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2017’s holiday season is a gift that keeps on giving. OWSLA announced on Twitter that Ekali and ZHU’s long awaited collaboration has not only been released, but it is available for free download.

The track, titled “Blame,” opens with characteristically ZHU vocals and pulsing synths as accents. An elaborate collection of chords roll into a delicate yet commanding drop taking the listener through a sonic journey. “Blame” is an interesting combination of low and high energy moments leaving the listener both soothed and energized after the tracks closing chord.

Ekali originally premiered the track at Life is Beautiful and later confirmed on Reddit that it was indeed a collaboration between him and ZHU. The track was released just as the Canadian producer’s Babylon tour has come to an end. Meanwhile, Zhu has been busy working on his collaboration with Adidas.





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Martin Garrix drops off sweeping ‘So Far Away’ remix EP

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Martin Garrix and David Guetta’s collaboration “So Far Away” has deservingly received its very own six-track remix pack. When the single dropped Dec. 1, it received split reviews, as Garrix’s music has long been divisive in the EDM community. Surely, though, if listeners hadn’t enjoyed the original they were sure to enjoy the plethora of alternatives it would soon spawn. Now, the Jamie Scott and Romy Dya-led hit has done just that.

Garrix has gathered six remixes of “So Far Way,” ranging in sounds. With an amped future bass take by Blinders, a more big room, future house take by Nicky Romero and a deep house dive by way of BLR, Garrix suggests that the track’s true grandeur is its ability to shine in a wide variety of interpretations.

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Jauz unleashes feverish 12-track ‘Bite This!’ Xmas compilation

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Jauz dove into the deep end once more to finish out his fervent 2017. After launching his very own indie imprint, Bite This, earlier this year, the producer soon followed suit with a Shark squad compilation. Off The Deep End Vol. 1. was a rousing compilation, brimming with Jauz’ unique brand of riveting house.

Now, the artist’s returned with a gift for the holidays. His 12-track Bite This! EP boasts new remixes from the likes of Holiday, Macky Gee, Boots N Pants, YDG, Lil Texas, and more. The artist’s also included an array of phone wallpapers as a gift for his shark squad fans to sink their teeth into.

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Tchami’s ‘World To Me’ gets a world of its own in fresh nine-track remix pack

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Tchami has followed up the recent release of MK‘s tech house take on his tropical-tinged, future house track “World To Me” with a full remix EP for the track. By giving the number a world of its own, Tchami displays just how deeply one’s own production proclivities can affect the outcome of a track. The new EP presents widely different versions of the number, each enjoyable in their own right. From the more lighthearted future bass take by Rootkit, to the sped up arcade style remix by Kidnun, it’s a world not to miss out on.

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Watch Don Diablo’s captivating new video for ‘You Can’t Change Me’

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Don Diablo releases hotly-awaited ‘You Can’t Change Me’

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Don Diablo has released his latest future house single, “You Can’t Change Me,” via his own Hexagon label. The song has been excitedly awaited by Diablo’s fans since he mixed it into his Tomorrowland set this year and then proceeded to upload a teaser clip to Soundcloud. The release follows the Dutch artist’s explosive collaboration with Arizona, “Take Her Place,” which has racked up over 10 million streams on Spotify in less than two months.

In Diablo’s usual forward-thinking fashion, “You Can’t Change Me’s” meticulous composition is buoyant and upbeat without sounding painfully commercial. Its title and lyrics are reminiscent of their producer himself, as Diablo is known for his incessant innovation and tenacious resolve, earning him Beatport‘s #1 Future House Artist of 2016, as well as this year’s top spot on DJ Mag‘s Top 100 DJs.





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