Savoy release full 12-track remix pack for ‘Tomorrow Today, Pt. 1’

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A couple months back, livetronica trio Savoy began releasing remixes of their latest EP, Tomorrow Today, Pt. 1, beginning with their own VIP of the track “The Wolf.” To the joy of their fans, they continued to release quality remix after quality remix on a weekly basis from artists such as 2ToneDisco, Light House, and Summer Was Fun.

Now the group has put the full pack forth, and it’s a hefty one – 12 remixes in total, all available for free. One of the standout tracks in the pack is the remix of “The Wolf” from Varien, who creates a uniquely heavy and groovy midtempo groove – dubbed “industrial pop” – that highlights the dark, eery side of Bright Lights’ catchy vocals to an even greater degree than Savoy’s own remix.

Darkness aside, the remix pack’s 12 tracks span many genres and will have something for just about everyone. From almost tropical easy-listening to weird and wonky bass; melodic house to dubstep and many genres in between. For those that missed them on their live tour, they are switching it up and playing a series of DJ sets across the States this summer. The full schedule for these shows can be found here.

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Green Velvet – La La Land (Prok & Fitch Remix)

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Prok & Fitch have become household names in the house and tech scene as of late, having been picked up by labels such as Relief, Suara, and more in addition to numerous releases of theirs making it to the top of global dance charts. The duo have captivated their audience with infectious tech house sounds and raucous sets, making them among the most in-demand acts of the recent house circuit.

Despite an increasingly busy tour schedule, Prok & Fitch have maintained a number of releases just as heavy. Their latest output comes in the form of a re-work to Green Velvet’s classic cut, “La La Land.” They took on this iconic piece in stride, maintaining its standout vocal clips and generally eccentric aesthetic while injecting it with an even groovier, scintillating house foundation.

Prok & Fitch’s “Sweet Sixteen Remix” to “La La Land” will be released through Relief come June 30.

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A R I Z O N A – Electric Touch (Grant Remix)

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Just one month after the release of A R I Z O N A‘s latest album, up-and-comer Grant has released his rendition of one of the album’s standout tracks, “Electric Touch.”

Grant’s take on the mellow track is more upbeat and futuristic than the original. It has a completely different feel, with charming synths and a strong, booming chorus. It manages to accentuate the original track’s vocals, while also adding the otherworldly feel of Grant’s music. It’s graceful and delicate, but also powerful – an awesome combination for the listener’s ears to behold.

Grant’s remix of “Electric Touch” comes just weeks after Bad Royale released a moombah-influenced remix of the track.

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Megan Hamilton & The Bermudas – Photosynthetic (Remix Album)

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Over the past couple months, Megan Hamilton & The Bermudas have been slowly releasing tracks from their remix album of “Photosynthetic”. Each track from the original album has been remixed by different producers across the country, giving the album a refreshing feel.  Tortuga, Ghost Channels, and Unlimited Gravity are just a few of the amazing talents you’ll hear

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Listen to Indiginis Remix Adventure Club with Breathtaking Beauty

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With a little Lido vibe, up-and-comer Indiginis recently remixed Adventure Club’s “Breathe” for an official release. Featuring SONDAR, “Breathe” was originally an intimate interlude on the DJ duo’s debut album Red // Blue, but Indiginis added fantastic flair for a hot new take on the breathtaking beauty. Not all heroes wear capes — well, the

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Grey provide a captivating remix for End Of The World’s ‘One More Night’ [Exclusive]

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Grey have produced a new remix of “One More Night,” a single from rising Japanese group End Of The World. The duo’s uplifting, clean atmosphere is a perfect embodiment of the blithe, engaging sound which Grey consistently delivers. Featuring a relaxing drop, the producers’ therapeutic layering gives a buoyant, fresh feel to the pop-influenced original. For the Tokyo-based EOTW, “One More Night” is the first chapter of what will be an extensive experience for fans.

For Grey, everything changed after releasing “Starving” wit Hailee Steinfield and Zedd last October. “Starving,” which now boasts over 500 million streams, launched Grey into the limelight more firmly than ever before, and the duo has continued to seize the opportunity by going on to work with Lukas Graham, Mike Posner and more.

Stream their remix to “One More Night” in full below, ahead of its official release tomorrow:

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Alexander Lewis and Brasstracks Cover Kanye’s “All Of The Lights”

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The group known for their brass heavy remakes have another one to offer us. Brasstracks have teamed up with Alexander Lewis to deliver their spin on Kanye West’s “All Of The Lights.” While the original is a few years old, this take is fresh and available now. A few seconds in, the trumpets give away

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The M Machine – We Had It All (Indiginis Remix)

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This future bass remix of The M Machine’s record “We Had It All” is a smash hit! Washington D.C.’s own Indiginis puts a glossy, upbeat take on the Mad Zoo released single giving it new life and a different perspective. They blend together various sub-genres and sounds to create a vivid and rare soundscape that

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Listen To The Remix of Skrillex’s ‘Voltage’ That Slushii Just Pulled From Soundcloud

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Slushii uploaded an absolutely awesome remix of Skrillex’s now classic track ‘Voltage’ which he debuted in his set at EDC Las Vegas this past weekend. Then out of no where he decided to pull the remix from Soundcloud with no explanation. We have reached out to Slushii to see why he decided to remove it

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Premiere: Piek with Fábel – Despertar (Henry Saiz Remix)

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In February of this year, Piek released his debut album, Despertar. Fittingly titled by the Spanish for “wake,” the LP catalyzed an awakening for the rising Spanish producer’s career in the electronic music realm. This month, Desparter will receive two official remix EPs on its home label of Sincopat, featuring enviable remixes from the likes of Eelke Kleijn, Third Son, and more.

Leading the EP series is fellow Spaniard Henry Saiz, who lends his talents to the album’s titular track. In his interpretation, the artful producer harnesses the ethereal power of Piek and Fábel’s original composition, but transfers these elements into a more club-germane format.

Saiz marks “Despertar” with recurrent, deep vocal samples that endow the remix with an ominous quality, yet don’t necessarily transform it into a “dark” piece. Rather, in true Saiz form, he blends these new components into a progressive piece of electronica which is as stylistically complex as it is emotive.

The first installment of the Desparter remixes arrives Friday, June 23 on Sincopat, while the second set follows a week later, June 30. View the full tracklists for both EPs below and preorder the remixes here.

Remixes Part 1

1. Piek – Despertar (Henry Saiz Remix)
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3. Piek – Sou Les Etoiles (Third Son Remix)
4. Piek – I Saw You (Reykjavik606 Remix)

Remixes Part 2

1. Piek – Avalanche (Eelke Klejin Remix)
2. Piek – Despertar (AFFKT Remix)
3. Piek Feat. Kash – Breathe (Upercent Remix)
4. Piek – I Saw You (Carlo Remix)

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