Hear this surprising Rusko remix of Selena Gomez & Marshmello’s ‘Wolves’

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With last year’s arrival of Marshmello and Selena Gomez‘s hotly anticipated dance/pop crossover track, “Wolves,” it became clear the masked producer was setting his sights on the world of commercial pop. Paired with their live performance of “Wolves” at the 2017 AMAs, fans of Marshmello began wondering if the once-enigmatic bass producer was turning his back on EDM altogether.

Mellogang can rest easy as the producer has just enlisted a bevy of dance music producers to touch up his high-profile collaboration. Included on the official remix pack is Moti, Owen Norton, Said the Sky, Sneek, Total Ape, and a standout Rusko performance that plays as a deep/future house track with hard house elements. Brooding drums, futuristic synths, and interesting vocal edits mark the sonic space of Rusko’s re-imagining of the pair’s single. Wherever the track sits along the dance music spectrum, it’s a surprisingly left-field move for the UK-dubstep producer who is largely credited with popularizing the dubstep movement in the US.

Premiere: Crankdat puts explosive spin on Bryce Vine’s ‘Drew Barrymore’

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Crankdat was tabbed for an official remix of LA-based rapper/songwriter Bryce Vine’s new single, “Drew Barrymore.” Fresh off a remix of Jaden Smith‘s “Icon,” the Cleveland born producer displays impressive diversity by bestowing “Drew Barrymore” with a signature re-crank. This release is bound to gain some major positive traction, as it coincides with Vine’s massive US tour announcement.

Slyly built around Vine’s catchy vocals, Crankdat morphs the chilled out feel of the original into an energetic, positive explosion of bass bolstered by arpeggiated lead-synths, explosive drum hits and robotic vocal motifs.

Vine was clearly stoked to work with Crankdat, going on to say, “Crankdat is one skank cat. It’s fun being able to work with someone who immediately gets the vibe.

Vine is set to kick off his tour on March 21st in Atlanta, with the full list of dates below:

03/21 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade – Hell Stage
03/24 – Carrboro, NC – Cats Cradle
03/25 – Baltimore, MD – Soundstage
03/27 – Philadelphia, PA – Trocadero
03/28 – New York, NY – Irving Plaza
03/30 – South Burlington, VT – Higher Ground Ballroom
03/31 – Boston, MA – House of Blues
04/02 – Millvale, PA – Mr. Smalls Theatre
04/03 – Pontiac, MI – Crofoot Ballroom
04/05 – Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall
04/06 – Chicago, IL – Concord Music Hall
04/08 – Minneapolis, MN – Skyway Theatre
04/10 – Kansas City, MO – Knuckleheads
04/11 – Des Moines, IA – Wooly’s
04/13 – Iowa City, IA – Blue Moose Tap House
04/14 – Omaha, NE – Slowdown
04/15 – Englewood, CO – Gothic Theatre
04/18 – Seattle, WA – Neumos
04/22 – San Francisco, CA – Slim’s
04/23 – Santa Ana, CA – Constellation Room
04/24 – Los Angeles, CA – El Rey Theatre
04/26 – Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Live!

Rusko Gives Marshmello and Selena Gomez A Dirty Future House Remix

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Marshmello and Selena Gomez broke the internet and charts for a solid month in late 2017 with the release of their now smash hit, ‘Wolves’. Today Mello dropped a handful of official remixes from several artists. Moti, Owen Norton, Said the Sky, Sneek, Total Ape and Rusko all got chances to take a swing at

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Cosmic Gate Drop Near Perfect Remix Of Gabriel & Dresden’s ‘Only Road’

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It looks like 2018 is the year that Cosmic Gate has decided to absolutely dominate the clubs with masterful trance remixes. To start the year, Cosmic Gate & JES reworked their track ‘If Not Now’ into a club banger, now it was time for the duo to put their club shaking spin to Gabriel &

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DJs from Mars x Rudeejay & Da Brozz Mix 40 Tracks In 4 Minutes With New ‘Best Of 90s Megamashup’

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DJs from Mars, Rudeejay & Da Brozz have teamed up on this Throwback Thursday to release an absolutely mind blowing 4 minute 90’s mega mashup, smashing 40 tracks together into 4 minutes of nostalgia. All 3 of the artists have been teasing this mix on their social accounts for the past week or so, and if you know anything

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Medasin convinced me that Post Malone isn’t a horror

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In what may come as a shock to my Twitter followers, parents, coworkers, and ex girlfriends, by the strictest of legal definitions, I am an adult. As such, it is with a humble heart and hat in hand that I make the following confession: I was wrong.

You see, dear reader, there is an argument that raged in DA‘s Slack channels, one that spread from isolated DMs to ignite everything up to our #Global missives. As this disagreement spread like sepsis in 19th century Washington D.C., noble heroes emerged on both sides.

I was solitary in what I thought was righteous certainty, faced down by a veritable legion led by Dancing Astronaut’s Editor in Chief, Alexandra Blair. In noble defiance, I jutted out my chin and exclaimed to the vapid, heedless horde: Post Malone is straight up bad!

From his blasé singles (carefully avoided on DSPs), shortsighted courtship of controversy, and his… “”aesthetic,”” I found nothing appealing about the artist whatsoever. Thus I hunkered down, comfortable in my choice of hill to die upon.

Like many campaigns, mine was done in by the unanticipated. Blindsided. Medasin came roaring into my flank and caught me completely unawares. To my, in  hindsight, detriment, I gave in to entreaties from the angelic few who wished to see this conflict end and listened to the Texas producer’s remix of Malone’s “I Fall Apart.”

The incredible rework’s moderate tempo is brought to life by thudding drums, interspersed with a walking electric piano and fuzzy synth waves, for a result that is measured and engaging. Indeed, its clever arrangement heightens Malone’s vocals — here, endlessly catchy — into a level of earnestness that couldn’t be imagined previously. All of a sudden, I knew every word and could not help but to dejectedly mumble along.

The stages of grief are well known, though acceptance, the final step, hurts that much more when one knows that this entire fiasco is their fault. I hoped this screed would exorcise those particular demons; yet I sit, with Medasin’s remix playing on repeat, and feeling none the better. Healing is a process, forgiveness is too, and I hope one day to again know a measure of peace.

Until then, I’m sorry, Post Malone. 🙁

Sam Feldt Releases 24 Track Remix Album ‘After The Sunset’

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Just months after his highly anticipated debut album, ‘From Sunrise to Sunset’, Sam Feldt spreads even more love with the release of his brand-new remix album titled ‘After the Sunset’ out now on Spinnin’ Records. The huge success of Sam’s first album, released in late 2017, filled with 24 songs suitable for each hour in

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Arty’s Pure Trance Alter Ego Remixes Virtual Self’s ‘Ghost Voices’

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Virtual Self has been one of the most interesting story lines in EDM over the last several months. Porter Robinson released his new alter ego focusing on an unique and unexplored world and obviously it became an instant success. Several artists have tried their hand at remixing Virtual Self and most have come out incredible.

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Sam Feldt releases ‘After the Sunset’ remix album

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With the release of his debut album in 2017, Dutch powerhouse Sam Feldt showed the world just how versatile his sound can be. Over the course of 24 tracks, Feldt brought together tropical house, deep house and a more commercialized pop sound for an album that appeals to listeners of all persuasions.

Now, Feldt returns to release a follow-up remix album to From Sunrise to Sunset called After the Sunset. This 16-track remix LP features fresh takes on Feldt’s iconic tracks by artists like Breathe Carolina, Joe Stone, Zonderling, De Hofnar, and many more. Overall, the artists’ featured remixes bring energetic, club-ready sounds to Feldt’s original tracks, priming them for the dance floor. The LP is out now on Spinnin’ Records.

 

Q&A Uploads A Massive Remix of Kendrick Lamar and Skrillex’s ‘Humble’

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As a follow-up to their remix of Rain Man and MAX’s “Do You Still Feel?” QUESTIONS ○ ANSWERS aka Q&A are back with their ‘reconditioning’ of Skrillex’s killer remix of Kendrick Lamar’s massive single “Humble.” Q&A describe the remix as a “slightly tweaked version compared to the one that was premiered on Slander and NGHTMRE’s

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