Manila Kill and Robotaki drop remix compilation for ‘I Want You’

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A month after their hit collaboration “I Want You,” Manila Killa and Robotaki have released the track’s official remix EP. The 4 track compilation supplements Midnight Kids’ standalone remix, released a few weeks ago.

The EP features a well-rounded selection sounds, including Party Pupils’ deep electronic re-work, complete with deep, immersive chord progressions and groovy bass line; Bronze Whale’s sensual down-tempo, trap-inspired remix and Kuur’s solid future bass contribution.I

It’s British producer Motti, however, who steals the show with her fabulously crafted ambient piano ensemble, which oozes both refinement and raw emotion.

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Griz – Wicked (Dirty Audio Remix)

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Dirty Audio has recently released his new rendition to Griz’s track “Wicked.” He is known for creating greatly unexpected sounds to some of the most famous tracks so it is no surprise that this one is just the same. This remix contains some heavy electro synths and machine like basslines, complementing the deep vocals on

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FIRST LISTEN: Slushii’s Teases His Killer Remix Of Marshmello And Khalid’s – ‘Silence’

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It has just been a few days since Slushii announced he would be remixing Marshmello and Khalid’s now smash hit, ‘Silence’. Turns out that by the time he had teased the release of that remix, he had already finished it. We found out that this was the case when he played it out last night

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Skrillex Confirms The Release Of His Most In Demand Remix Is Coming Any Day

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We first heard this remix from Skrillex during his incredible Form Arcosanti set several months ago. Ever since that moment the public has been demanding and begging for it’s release. For a while here we thought that it may never come. Turns out that it will drop any day now as Skrillex confirmed in a

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Sinego releases remix of Axel Muñiz & Alexandra Stan’s ‘Siempre Tú’

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After releasing a few of his brilliantly produced tracks like “Free” and “Travelers,” Sinego has put out his remix of Axel Muñiz and Alexandra Stan‘s “Siempre Tú” on Warner Music. He’s among one of the emerging artists working to fuse Latin music with the electronic music scene. With the smashing success of Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber‘s “Despacito,” Latin music is slowly peeking its head into the dance music scene, and Sinego is riding as one of the leading producers behind this growing trend.

Sinego is a multi-instrumentalist, DJ, and producer who dabbles in a plethora of electronic genres, but he doesn’t conform his talents to just one. His productions lean toward deep house and have reached an impressive 3 million streams on major music streaming platforms like Spotify and YouTube. In the short period of one year, Sinego has racked up an exemplary discography that includes releases on the industry’s most profound labels, including Miami Beats, Atlast Media, Artist Intelligence Agency, Sicario Music, Archipelago Entertainment and Warner Music. Sinego continues to produce viral hits that amass millions of streams and will conquer the charts with pop-infused electronic tunes.

The producers behind “Siempre Tú” are Nico Stadi (Justin Bieber) and Mike Green (Gwen Stefani, All Time Low). Together, they make a dynamic duo, and Sinego is taking the production by storm by blending the Latin and electronic music elements even further.

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Martin Garrix drops remix pack of ‘There For You’ featuring Brohug, Lione, Dzeko & more

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Martin Garrix has a new single on the way. His Tomorrowland closing track has still yet to have been given a name. In preparation for the impending release, Garrix is taking his fan base back in time with the deliverance of a 12-track remix pack of his Troye Sivan collaboration, “There For You.”

Drawing on Garrix’s own diverse production style and multiple aliases over the years, the pack delves into a wide range of edits. Ranging from house to funky bass courtesy of artists like Brohug, Lione, Bart B More and Goldhouse, it’s sure to have something for everyone.

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GoldLink – Crew (Lido Remix)

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The Norwegian virtuoso Lido has returned with yet another new rapturous reworking, this time hitting GoldLink’s even-keeled “Crew.”

Ripping apart the tune’s pace entirely, he eases into the track, showcasing his expansive musical repertoire in a piano introduction. Once GoldLink comes around with the first verse, Lido picks up the pace, and the track takes off. Similar to his reworking of GoldLink’s “Sober Thoughts” released just last year, the flip is filled with energy, and by the time the second round of verses rolls around, things are up to full speed.

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Gareth Emery & Standerwick – Saving Light ft. Hailene (Notaker Remix)

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Gareth Emery, Standerwick and Hailene took 2017 by force when they released “Saving Light” and its powerful accompanying music video at the beginning of the year. Listeners and fans were swept away by the emotive power of the trance track, shooting it to No. 1 on Beatport — the first trance track ever to do so.

The trio just released a pack of remixes. Among them, Notaker‘s. St. Louis’ Notaker has steadily made a name for himself in the Monstercat and mau5trap community with impressive tracks like “Shimmer” and “Abyss,” respectively. After posting a video of the artist appearing to work on a “Saving Light” remix months ago, his fans went crazy, speculating what such a remix could entail.

The end result is a beautiful piece of music the likes of which we’ve never seen. What starts off slow and delicate delivers the listener straight into a mesmerizing glitchy drop. Notaker’s “Saving Light” rendition switches back and forth between dark beats and heavenly, symphonic builds that perfectly accentuate Hailene’s vocals.

Notaker’s sound design is second to none, and he continues to prove he’s a force to be reckoned with in the dance music community.

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Yellow Claw drops off high-octane remix of Noise Cans’ ‘No War’

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Anonymous beat maker Noise Cans recently released “No War” featuring vocal support from Jamaica’s Jesse Royal by way of Steve Aoki‘s Dim Mak imprint. The producer, also an affiliate of Jillionaire’s Feel Up Records family, lays down the groundwork for Yellow Claw’s latest remix, offering the Dutch duo the perfect canvas for their high octane sound. Yellow Claw weave their signature high energy jungle synths and rumbling basslines into the track, giving it an electric and upbeat break juxtaposed with Royal’s vocal work.

“No War” is the second single off of Noise Cans’ forthcoming Masquerave EP. The original piece, a mellow, island inspired reggae hybrid gets flipped on its head as the Barong Family production pair give it their best festival tent treatment with a double dose of fist pump. Stream Yellow Claw’s “No War” remix here.

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Gareth Emery-Saving Light (Notaker Remix)

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Notaker has put his spin on the Gareth Emery track Saving Light feat. Haliene. In glorious Notaker fashion, the song begins in a fantasy world built by the ambient synths. The slower pace to this version of the song seems to stretch the song out leaving the amazing vocals of Haliene left to shine. At

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