The Lost Boys are “two dudes from Southern California who spend too much time making music and not enough time talking to girls.” But hey, I never said that time was being put to waste. In fact, their latest remix of Zedd’s track “Stay” proves otherwise. Each drop creates a nuanced sound, separate from the
At the end of April, Chloé, came out of a four-year hiatus with the elegant and ominous vocal epic, “The Dawn,” serving as her inaugural release on her own imprint, Lumière Noire. Now, the Parisian maven’s ten-minute track has received a nefarious facelift from a man who needs no introduction.
As one could expect from the Innervisions legend, Dixon has conjured up a profound and haunting rework highlighted by enormous bass growls, angelic strings, and propelling synth lines. Dixon’s remix is certainly one underground fans can expect to hear numerous times this summer festival season given its equally awe-inducing and dancefloor-ready design.
Listen to Dixon’s remix of Chloé’s “The Dawn” below:
Norwegian producer Matoma has teamed up with Faith Evans & The Notorious B.I.G. for his latest feel-good smash, “Party On The West Coast (feat. Snoop Dogg).” The track was released yesterday, May 21st, in commemoration of what would have been The Notorious B.I.G.’s 45th birthday. “Party On The West Coast (Feat. Snoop Dogg)” sees Matoma
Gareth Emery never seems to slow his output.
The 35-year-old is a producer, a dad, a podcast host, and a philanthropist — and he still manages to put out new music constantly. Coming off successes like his collaboration with Louis Vivet, Emery’s music never disappoints. His latest work is no exception.
Emery posted a remix of Equador’s “Bones of Man” on May 20. This song encapsulates a different essence than his most recent song, “Stronger,” which only came out a few weeks ago.
“Bones of Man” is a darker spin on Emery’s usual trance ambience. It has an almost melancholy feel to it, but it still maintains the dreamy, otherworldly state that’s signature to Emery’s music.
Coming a short while after the incredibly well received original comes a pair of remixes made around TCTS‘ “Do It Like Me.” Stepping up to the plate on Ultra this week are UK producers TC and Melé. The bold, striking “Do It Like Me” has already hit well over 2 million Spotify streams, and both
During his Saturday night set at FORM Arcosanti, Skrillex surprised the boutique festival crowd with a massive remix of Kendrick Lamar‘s “Humble.” Both artists are at the top of their game and if this remix indeed belongs to Skrillex, it’s about to pop up in everyone’s set upon when officially released. Thankfully, a fan snagged the video below of the track’s “Purple Lamborghini“-esque synths and haunting bass.
From co-producing Incubus‘ new album to hitting the studio with G-Eazy and Hundred Waters, Skrillex has been leaving his mark of every inch of the music industry. This includes his performance at FORM Arcosanti, a stripped down festival run by Hundred Waters in the Arizona desert. Skrillex consistently speaks highly of the festival, so it makes sense that he’d treat the special crowd with an unreleased track. Watch the video below to hear the new remix, and check back to confirm if it really does belong to Skrillex.
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It is almost summer time, so it is time for artists & DJ’s to start pumping out summer anthems. We have found one for you already, courtesy of Canadian duo Waves. They give us an extremely groovy remix of Two Friends ‘Out of Love’ just in time for the summer. With a super funky bass
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The breadth of Kaskade’s production capabilities never ceases to amaze the electronic music community. Ryan Raddon been experimenting in the lower frequencies as of late, as seen in his haunting, left-field “Beneath With Me” collaboration with deadmau5 and the eclectic, Flume-like “Let It Out.”
Keeping in this vein, Kaskade presents a powerful remix to Tinashe’s hit “Flame,” which he begins by enhancing the original’s sentimentality through adding touches of piano chords that play up Tinashe’s vocals. As the track progresses, Raddon drives the track into a more festival-friendly direction with hearty bass and danceable snare rolls. Kaskade’s revision aligns well with the original production’s aesthetic, and will likely draw a brand new wave of fans to his legion from an entirely different side of music.
Crankdat‘s captivating new remix of Gryffin & Illenium‘s “Feel Good” is an eruption of signature high energy, melodic progressions which he effortlessly has mixed into an enthralling new version of the track. “Feel Good” is another testament to the young, Ohio-born producer’s artistry, as each layer of sound is carefully placed creating a perfectly textured and balanced piece.
Crankdat is currently preforming in Eastern Asia as part of his international “Gear Up” tour. He is making his way back to the United States before ultimately making an appearance at Electric Zoo NY. Crankdat’s latest releases include a remix of DJ Snake‘s “Here Comes the Night,” a rework of Mija‘s “Secrets,” his own take on NGHTMRE‘s “Frontlines,” and a re-Crank of San Holo‘s “Light.” With each release, we can only hope for more to come from the 20-year old show stealer. Until then, Crankdat’s remix of “Feel Good” will be on repeat.
Crankdat is know for his absolutely amazing official remixes and re-cranks of some of the most popular EDM songs in the scene and his ‘Feel Good’ remix is no different. Gryffin debuted this remix at Coachella this year, as he closed both of his sets of the weekends with this tune. It has also garnered tons of
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