Zedd & Alessia Cara – Stay (Felix Cartal Remix)

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Zedd and Alessia Cara‘s chart-topping hit “Stay” gets a playful rework by Canadian producer Felix Cartal who adds sweeping synths and tropical house accents to the remix. In his new offering, Cartal flips Alessia’s vocals to coincide with his lush house production rework. Following his fresh remix of 90s hit “You Get What You Give,” the new track from Cartal is poised to complete summer playlists everywhere with its warm melodies and breezy vibe, giving an updated jolt to Zedd’s latest hit.

Felix Cartal is about to embark on his summer tour, with dates lined up across North America beginning on June 2 at Effex in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Check out his remix of “Stay” below.

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PVRIS – You & I (Oliverse Bootleg)

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For his most recent output, UK-based producer Oliverse  has elected to make PVRIS’ “You & I” into his own hauntingly beautiful trap bootleg. Recognizing the track’s power as a vocal-driven, emotional journey, Oliverse keeps the integrity of the original production, which was released in 2014 on PVRIS’ White Noise album, intact.

Lyndsey Gunnulfsen’s vocals to drive the track, bolstered by the producer’s subtle trap patterns, which take on a supporting role in the final product . Oliverse’s use of gradual builds and deep bass notes expertly accentuates the track and keeps the listener wrapped up in the song until it dwindles slowly to its end.

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Elderbrook – Difficult To Love (Amtrac Remix)

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With heavenly vocals and an infectious bounce, Amtrac has given a warm treatment to UK producer Elderbrook‘s recently released “Difficult To Love.” While this marks the two house producers’ first time working together, their sounds compliment each other in perfect harmony.

Amtrac lets the feather-light vocals on the original version shine as they float over sweeping melodies. His rework is part of a four track remix package, including versions from Mr. H, Nu Aspect and Monsoon Moon, who all take their personal spin on Elderbrook’s latest single.

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Chromeo share new remix of Lorde’s ‘Green Light’

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Chromeo has emerged with the release of their official take on Lorde‘s “Green Light.” The new remix marks the duo’s first release since 2014’s critically lauded White Women. The group’s rendition of “Green Light” is a jazzed up electro-funk take on the original piece with layers of guitar chords and Daft Punk-reminiscent distorted vocals. Lorde’s “Green Light” has amassed over 123 million plays on Spotify alone and has been remixed by a number of artists, including Hotel Garuda and VITIZE.

The duo is currently touring, with scheduled stops at Red Rocks, West Hollywood Park, and Karoondinha Music & Arts Festival. Although Chromeo remixes nowadays are few and far between, the pair’s returning effort on “Green Light” a long production hiatus, which could perhaps lead to additional releases in the near future. With their latest, Chromeo showcase another dimension of their artistry, with an aced remix that will be on repeat all summer.

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Two Friends Ft. Cosmos & Creature – Out Of Love (Sean Turk Remix)

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Sean Turk continues to build his pristine catalogue of first-class remixes with the release of his latest rendition of Two Friends track “Out Of Love.” The song is a release on Spinnin’ Records, the label backing major players like Martin Garrix and Oliver Heldens. Turk’s remix is reminiscent of unobtrusive, ambient melodies that create the most easy-listening songs. Pulsating chords layered over tropical synths with a hint of smooth guitar riffs gives the track an illustrious redesign. Coining his signature “bedroom bass” sound, Sean Turk is working his way up the ranks of emerging producers and DJs and is a definitely a talent worth keeping on your radar as he continues to fine-tune his output.

H/T: ThisSongIsSick 

Featured Image: Sean Turk’s Twitter

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Major Lazer lend their touch to French Montana’s ‘Unforgettable’

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Summer’s heating up quickly with a slow-burning new remix from Major Lazer.

The trio has just released their remix of French Montana‘s “Unforgettable” featuring Swae Lee, infusing the track with the group’s signature reggae-pop style. Major Lazer’s rework doesn’t stray too far from the original in maintaining Lee’s vocals, yet lending a catchy, dancehall beat.

“Unforgettable” isn’t the only new material we’ll be seeing from Major Lazer in the summer months. The trio played Alabama’s Hangout Fest last weekend, and attendees were treated to a preview of the group’s upcoming single, “Know No Better,” featuring Travis Scott, MigosQuavo, and Camila Cabello.

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Gorgon City and Eptic remix Dillon Francis’ ‘Say Less’

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Earlier this year, Dillon Francis put his words into action with the release of his first track “Say Less,” on his label IDGAFOS. The track had a revved up energy that was synonymous with the robust presence Francis brings. Rapper G-Eazy was featured on the track and, with his smooth and versatile tone layered on top of Francis’ bouncy and bass-heavy sound, the track was wildly successful.

Gorgon City and Eptic have now taken the track into their own hands, saying a lot more with “Say Less.” Gorgon City, the exuberant house duo, took what Francis and G-Eazy created and managed to make the track’s cooler, sleeker older brother. Dragging the original three minute song into a taunting six minute masterpiece, Gorgon City removed most of the vocals, replacing the trap tone with a steady backbeat, snares and claps. Meanwhile, Eptic took a different turn at the fork in the road, giving “Say Less” a heavy and hard hitting dubstep explosive remix. Channeling into the dark depths of grime, Eptic managed to fulfill every headbanger’s needs with epic buildups, dirty drops, and bits of vocal samples from G-Eazy.

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REZZ blends melody and malice in her remix of No Mana and Zashanell’s ‘Clear’

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It’s solidly evident that REZZ has been perpetually at work for the duration of her young, yet illustrious career. However, while Isabelle Rezazadeh began her year on a prolific note, her studio output has slowed down over the course of her spring tour. Three months after the release of her last song, “Silent Hill,” REZZ has returned to the airwaves with a remix of “Clear,” by her mau5trap compatriots No Mana and Zashanell.

For her revision, Rezazadeh opts to invert the mesmerizing, gradually progressive nature of the original track’s production through an infusion of her razor-edged synthesis and cyclic percussion; however, she doesn’t eliminate the track’s mellifluous essence. Rather, she combines the two seemingly diametric musical forces into an unpredictably complementary whole. In some areas, REZZ’s remix recalls the essence of Bassnectar’s more melodic work, but with an industrial twist – a style which she’s explored in the past with her Something Wrong Here EP.

Though some may mistakenly believe that REZZ a stranger to softer sonic elements, her latest release is a compelling reminder of her rare knack to blend the beautiful and the bellicose with remarkable seamlessness.

Featured image via Rukes/HARD Summer.

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Flux Pavilion – Bass Cannon (Luca Lush Lift)

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Known for his diversity in production, Luca Lush releases music that reflects his creativity and passion for pushing the envelope by experimenting with an array of sounds and styles. His last hit, “O BB,” was made popular for its gentle vocal samples layered on top of downtempo beats that are juxtaposed with hefty, growling synths.

The producer has chosen Flux Pavilion‘s classic “Bass Cannon” as his latest “lift,” transporting the original to ominous depths by featuring snarling, dense layers of synths, provocative weighty climaxes, and melancholy mysterious beats to create a hybrid bass sound.

Luca Lush’s rendition of “Bass Cannon” dramatically strays from the original; the only remaining similarity between the two versions are the vocals, though even this element is somewhat deviant from Flux Pavilion’s production. With bold execution, Luca Lush’s interpretation of “Bass Cannon” is not for the faint-hearted.

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Shallows- Matter (Blu J Remix)

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Canadian Blu J have once again tapped into listeners’ emotive cores with a rhythmic rendition of Shallows’ track, “Matter.” Giving the pop-punk original a futuristic, mid-tempo update, Blu J hit the mark by creating a crisp, melodic remix.

The remix dives back into an 80’s techno feel, channeling a darker sound with the help of some sultry synths, alongside vocals that tie the track together. The mix is the latest edition to Blu J’s ever-growing archive of mellifluous dance music.

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