Keepin It Heale is a DJ & Production duo consisting of Sean Keepin & Dan Heale. They are from Newcastle in the UK and they are mainly known for their bootlegs & remixes on YouTube, but now it’s their turn to get remixed. Their latest single ‘Still Love You’ got the massive remix treatment with
Audacious experimentalist, G Jones has taken an acid-fueled stroll down memory lane. His newest release appears in the form of a rendition of “Drift,” first featured on the bass connoisseur’s debut EP way back in 2012, before getting the VIP treatment just a year later.
As gripping as it is frenetic, “Drift (Acid Mix)” emboldens Jones to flex the production wizardry that he’s known for, having been donned “the most gifted Ableton beatmaker” ever seen by none other than DJ Shadow himself. With the cut’s heavy infusion of acid synth work, the latest release takes on an audible flavor a bit unlike Jones’ typical work, while still possessing many of the Cali-based producer’s signature elements, from his hyper-attentive drumlines to the flipbook of melodic climaxes that his work is commonly lauded for. Organized chaos at its finest, the newest take on “Drift” never loses focus among the clutter of such a high-paced production.
“Drift (Acid Mix)” comes ahead of G Jones’ recently announced Tangential Zones, the respective epilogue to 2018’s widely embraced The Ineffable Truth.
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An artist inspired by club, techno, UK and bass house, ASDEK’s many influences come to the forefront of all of his dynamic productions. Today, the producer unveils his newest: a remix of Habstrakt’s “The One,” out now on Monstercat. Habstrakt – The One (ASDEK Remix) Showcasing his bass house prowess, ASDEK flexes his heavy skills
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Some remixes are really just that good. A mainstay of a number of DJs sets a full 365 after its original release, ‘Nana’s come to be regarded as one of Jerome Isma-Ae’s finest. Despite its reception and enduring appeal, the German musician’s always felt a touch of ‘unfinished business’ about his 2016 work on Orkidea’s
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LA based indie-pop duo Peppermint Heaven featuring Juno (vocals / keyboards) and Spark (vocals / bass guitar / drums) are a rising California talent on the come up. They recently called upon South London producer Chords to remix their single “Real Religion”. The remixer was originally trained as a classical pianist and has since taken
Midnight Kids are flourishing quickly thanks to their enamoring take on pop and commercial crossover releases. Despite now having a growing slate of original releases under their belts, Kyle Girard and Dylan Lee have resumed their remix run, this time taking on P!nk and Khalid’s, “Hurts 2B Human.”
The song is the title release on P!nk’s recent LP, Hurts 2B Human, and Midnight Kids’ new revamp adds an energetic electronic layer that contrasts from the acoustic and vocal-led nature of the original. What is originally a sultry and subtle crossover cut is transformed by a building melodic undertone that yields a euphoric release with an immense break. The duo prove their ability to tastefully add upbeat electronic tropes to a pop hit, creating the perfect blend of styles for a live set or radio play.
Midnight Kids teased the release on their social media, touting their latest as, “the biggest remix we’ve ever done,” and the final product certainly lives up to the producers’ sentiments.
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The promise of big beats and an off-the-wall vocal was too seductive for Dillon Francis to keep his hands off. Fresh from the first wave of his new EP series, Magic Is Real, the gifted goofball and IDGAFOS label head was tapped for an official remix of Saweetie’s new single, “My Type.”
It should come with no additional surprise that the LA producer dosed the track with his signature, ultra-potent moombahton flair. The remix touts thunderous horns and walloping beats, which prelude a whistling winded melody. Saweetie’s salaciously irreverent rapping stands as swimming complement to Francis’s perpetually playful production (see: alarm clock sample—nice).
The artist has been toiling away in the studio this year, with not only a four-tracker from earlier this month, but a sundry of other singles bearing the Dillon Francis earmark. He’s scheduled to perform at New York City’s infamous Avant Gardner tomorrow night.
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Since the August 2017 release of “The Midnight Remixed,” one of the most acclaimed releases in Silk Music history, Tim McEwan and Tyler Lyle, better known as The Midnight, have released a #1 Billboard Dance album (“Kids”) and toured much of North America, Europe, and Australia. It is safe to say that the magical discography
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Juno (Keyboards & Vocals) and Spark (Bass Guitar, Drums & Vocals) of Peppermint Heaven have had quite the year so far. Their productions have taken them far beyond the 2 million streams mark on Spotify alone. Their refreshing takes on 80’s music have procured them a cult following and they are always looking to extend
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After releasing triple collaboration “Midnight Hour” alongside Ty Dolla $ign, Skrillex and Boys Noize have dropped off an exclusive two-tracker remix package via OWSLA. Containing the duo’s own alternate dub mix as well as one by Desolat label boss Loco Dice, the combination release is available to listen on Beatport here. Having employed the dub mix previously in their sets, the Dog Blood co-members put an energizing spin on their original track that perfects it for dance-floor mayhem.
With select isolation of Ty Dolla $ign’s main vocals, Skrillex and Boys Noize’s dub mix boosts the bass, emphasizes the speedy elements of hard-hitting percussions, and ramps up the four-on-the-floor intensity. Weaving in two vocal interludes that serve as pre-build up sections, the remix is a pure manifestation of a dub mix—stripped to the pure energy of bass and percussion. A true relishing of club movements, Skrillex and Boys Noize’s re-rendering of their track places vocal and melodic embellishments secondary to the core elements of rhythm and pace and cut through the noise to deliver an incisive dance beat.