Ayub classifies his interpretation of trance as “combining the light and dark sides of the genre,” something the listener sees showcased in this remix for Corsten and Lumiere. In the nearly six-minute rework of “Something To Believe In,” Ayub takes the listener on a journey through a transcendent soundscape, led by Lumiere’s emotive vocals. Dancing synths carry the melody and solidify the track’s trance classification with a dance floor-ready bass line. It’s a mesmerizing interpretation of Corsten and Lumiere’s 2017 track.
Alpha 9 debuted his take on Axwell & Ingrosso‘s “Dreamer” at Volta Club in Russia, and his remix of the track has garnered arguably a warmer reception than Axwell & Ingrosso’s original take.
The producer has made the vocals a secondary layer in his rendition of the song, while retaining the futuristic vibe. His remix is the perfect feel-good club track with its upbeat nature and polarizing drop.
Alpha 9 is Arty‘s trance alias, and he’s already off to a hot start of 2018 through releasing “You and I” and debuting this remix.
Throughout 2017, Adrian Galvin — the Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter behind the indietronica-project Yoke Lore — dropped off a slew of electrifying takes on his 2017 originals “Goodpain,” “Only You,” and “World Wings.”
Now, Yoke Lore’s dropped off an official remix package for the number. Goodpain Remix is a cathartic assemblage of Yoke Lore’s work and presents a charming spectrum of electronica offerings. There are also never before heard takes on the record, including “Level Tools” from the electronic South African and Californian duo AMINA! and “World Wings,” from the textural synth-pop outfit Blackbird Blackbird which echoes satiny sonic sentiments similar to chillwave’s pioneer, Washed Out.
Browne kicks off his take on Gryffin’s October hit with a drum-centered introduction that leads the listener to thinking his remix will be a rock-oriented configuration of the song. As the bridge approaches, it becomes clear that the track will take a different direction. He dives into a drum & bass drop, layered with energetic loops of Katie Pearlman’s vocals. Browne’s rock- and metal-influenced musical background peeks through between drum & bass patterns, making this remix a dynamic, fresh take on the original.
Browne’s remix is out as a part of Gryffin’s “Nobody Compares To You” remix package, which contains other reworks of the song by artists like Codeko, Kap Slap and more.
Their latest re-imaginative endeavor, transforming the slow paced, piano-based Paul Walker tribute track into a melodic number outfitted with uplifting electronic trappings. Maintaining many of the original’s elements, Tritonal’s first and foundational alteration materializes in the addition of an understated guitar melody at the remake’s intro. Dual in function, the melody softens the intro, and seconds thereafter, provides the structure of the song’s build, the remix’s peak a harmonious collection of dulcet synths.
At the end of 2017, Hotel Garuda released a stunningly euphoric original, “Dancing On The Moon” featuring Lemaitre, which amassed support for its groovy vibe and stunning vocals. The duo, composed of Candle Weather and Manila Killa, has now dropped an eclectic remix package for the tune, featuring renditions from Botnek, JUDGE, and Cavego.
“We got a chance to bring in three fantastic artists to remix “Dancing On The Moon.” We’ve been fans of Botnek for years and always wished to get a banging house remix done by them, and this one has slayed crowds on tour since we got it! Our homie Judge came through with a genre-blending flip, using classic rap/trap sounds as well as new-wave house ideas. Finally, newcomer Cavego took the track from the club to the cabana with his bouncy, summery take on the song.” – Hotel Garuda
Each remix showcases a different take on the original — from Botnek’s striking house style, JUDGE’s deep bruising drops, to Cavego’s funky beats — the creativity each artist displays with their signature spin on “Dancing On The Moon” is intriguing and electrifying. Undoubtedly, the remix package will have listeners hooked upon first play.
With an official remix of RL Grime‘s “Reims,” as well as other works that skyrocketed his career in 2017, Australian-born producer LUUDE is on track for a massive year. He’s seen support from Skrillex, Jauz, The Chainsmokers, and more, recently embarking on a massive 27-stop Australia/New Zealand tour and gaining recognition on a global scale.
Gracing fans with those “nostalgic summer feels” here on a flip of Youth Group’s “Forever Young,” LUUDE adds crashes, trippy effects, and a rhythmic, indie-electronic drop, giving off good vibes to all listeners.
DJ/producer Jimmie returns with an official UK-style, dubbed remix of Two Friends‘ single “While We’re Dreaming” featuring Kevin Writer. This release follows the success of remixes for Portugal. The Man, Galantis, and more. The NYC-based producer is seeing millions of global streams and major buzz for his unique production style.
Jimmie takes the vocals and key signature from the original and adds his own melodic synths on the verses, taking it deeper on the drops with heavy bass rhythms under a catchy trumpet sample.
British producer 1991 had an extremely solid 2017, releasing a wide selection of classy tunes ranging from traditional liquid drum & bass, while also showing off his versatility with the neurofunk heater.
Continuing his fine form from the previous year, 1991 recently dropped another high-calibre track, a remix of Camo & Krooked‘s “Good Times Bad Times.” Leaving the intro and vocals mostly untouched, 1991 has directed his efforts into converting Camo & Krooked’s silky original track into one that is quintessentially drum & bass — a fact that sees him swap out the original’s atmospheric bass drop for a more conventional dance floor-themed drop.