PLS&TY’s ‘Down For Me’ gets a dance-heavy remix from Morgan Page

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Miami-based DJ/producer PLS&TY continues to prove to be a force to be reckoned with, with multiple Top 10 singles on the iTunes dance charts and consecutive Hype Machine chart-toppers. PLS&TY has managed to capture the attention of some major industry heavyweights, garnering interest from Grammy-nominated producer Morgan Page to remix his latest single “Down For Me.”

The original mix earned a no. 9 spot on the iTunes dance charts, so its a sensible canvas for Page to hop into and lay his club-ready spin on. The LA-based DJ speeds up the tempo to his liking, generating suspenseful builds before employing his signature, electro-synth prowess on the break, designed for soundtracking late club nights.

PLS&TY drops uplifting new single ‘Down For Me’

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PLS&TY continues his hot streak of releases with “Down For Me.” Released on PRMD Music, this single follows up stellar remixes for Jocelyn Alice on “I Know” and Cazzette‘s hit track “Run The World.” He was also featured on episode 109 of DA‘s mix series The Radar

“Run The World” is a testament to how well the producer makes future bass and beyond, experimenting with some ethnic instrumentals on this one and fusing it with wavy synths under echoing vocals to catalyze a tribal reaction.

PLS&TY hits Exchange LA on July 13 as well as a headline show at Soundwell in Salt Lake City, Utah in the fall.

PLS&TY continues hot streak with a remix of Jocelyn Alice’s ‘I Know’

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PLS&TY was recruited for an official remix of Jocelyn Alice’s single, “I Know.”. The LA-based DJ/producer experienced a career breakthrough on his track “Good Vibes,” topping the iTunes charts in multiple countries — including a #1 spot on US Electronic. Now, he’s back with a melodic rework that includes a symphony of pitched vocal harmonies on top of a euphoric, synth-heavy bassline. Speaking of the remix, PLS&TY said:

“I fell in love with Jocelyn Alice’s voice upon the first listen! She has a voice that is excitingly inspirational for producers, as it can be manipulated in so many ways and still sound incredible…I hope listeners enjoy one of my personal favorite works to date.”

SAINT WKND & MAX – Survive (PLS&TY Remix)

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PLS&TY is as enigmatic as they come when dabbling in the world of bass. However, is confirmed is that he’s starting to gain considerable buzz across streaming and social media platforms. Earlier this year, he put out an original track featuring pop duo Cosmos and Creature called “Good Vibes,” which has recently surpassed the million plays threshold on SoundCloud. His latest original, “Run Wild,” was an instant summer hit in the underground, future bass scene with over 550K plays to date and was featured on an episode of The Chainsmokers weekly radio show Nice Hair.

The LA-based producer now provides the EDM world with an explosive rework of the collaborative effort “Survive,” by German producer SAINT WKND and NYC born vocalist/dancer MAX. Both artists are prized up-and-coming stars in the dance music sphere, clocking in plenty of Hype Machine #1 tracks and millions of streams. The remix duty recruitment is thus is a big step for PLS&TY, who is able to accompany the soulful vocals of the original with a hard-hitting bass-line, arpeggiated lead synths and hype melodies. His remix easily accomplishes its purpose of making the crowd bounce.

 

 

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Opia – YDU (PLS&TY Remix) [Free Download]

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Future bass outfit PLS&TY has been sparking up some chatter amongst the Internet community with his consistent stream of effervescent outputs. Following an official release on PRMD and Elysian Records, the Palm Beach-bred producer gifts his fans with a free flip of Opia’s single “YDU.” Tending to the indie atmosphere of Opia’s vocal demeanor, PLS&TY leaves his heavy future bass elements at home and instead composes a softer, lofty arrangement of glitchy synths and wavy basslines that seamlessly flow in between one another.

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