Just 4 months after dropping his chart-topping album “Neon Future III”, Steve Aoki is back with a MASSIVE 10 track remix pack for the album. Featuring remixes from some of the biggest names in the industry including Matoma, DVBBS, Alan Walker, Yves V, Will Sparks & even Aoki himself, this package is full of some
Years ago, HVDES was just another hardcore dance music fan attending her first EDC Las Vegas. One of the sets she watched was Kaskade, who manages to deeply influence most everybody who hears him. Since that day, HVDES has undergone her own musical expedition that has put her at the forefront of the next set
Fresh from the Grammys Red Carpet, Virtual Self has gifted fans with Lane 8‘s remix of “Ghost Voices.” More popularly known as Porter Robinson, the producer was this year nominated for the Best Dance Recording category as Virtual Self for his wall-to-wall sensation, “Ghost Voices.” Though he did not win, the track has still not only had a tremendous impact on the electronic sphere, but has also reverberated through the music industry at large.
Lane 8’s take on the release flips the track inside out, pulling the piano to the forefront and shrinking the electronic elements out of focus in the introduction. Crescendoing notes eb and flow through the forefront of the track, while the vocal dances around the new sound structure. While the remix evokes an entirely different, more pensive set of emotions and energy than the original, it still soothes and sonically pleases the listener. The remix has been released on Robinson’s own YouTube channel.
Hot on the heels of their massive announcement of their upcoming album and accompanying tour to celebrate 20 years together, Cosmic Gate has unleashed their 1st single of 2019 “Need To Feel Loved” featuring the vocals of Foret. Debuted earlier in the day on the duos own Wake Your Mind radio as well as on
Ship Wrek makes their rounds with another banger. “Super Freak” is a G-house / Deep house bootleg of the Rick James classic that will get people moving this weekend without a doubt. They even managed to pepper in the classic Chappelle’s Show line from the infamous skit that was seen around the world countless times.
Don’t get us wrong, we absolutely love originals, but when a remix does such a good job that you have to rethink which is the better version – Chris Lastovicka did a phenomenal job with this one. Let’s start it off with how we initially felt while listening to this song. Chris Lastovicka has remixed
A major 1990’s influence lingers on this remix, and it’s got me feeling nostalgic. Satya is an upcoming Montreal based Pop R&B singer-songwriter who’s debut single “Maybe We Should” has started to turn some heads around the industry. Her warm and emotive voice and inspiring message is a breathe of fresh air that reminds
Mild Minds made a debut with his ‘SWIM’ EP a few months ago. It featured only three songs but he put the saying quality over quantity to good use. People were into the record’s lo-fi house style and the project has been spreading since. Now he’s back and this time he’s hit up producers to remix some
Last Night On Earth was conceived in 2011 as an outlet for Sasha to express himself. What started as a party also grew to become one of the most iconic labels in dance music, and over the years the UK stalwart has enchanted followers with his keen ear for atmospheric, often melodic releases that define the LNOE sound. Fast-forward about eight years, and Sasha’s brainchild is finally crossing into the fabled milestone of 100 releases. A celebration is obviously in order, and what better way than with a fresh compilation?
It’s at this time we’d like to remind everyone out that LNOE100 happens to be the label’s first-ever compilation—a bit of a shocking fact given its many choice releases and extended artist family. Thus, this adds a whole new layer of excitement, and milestone, to the record’s February 15th release. Slightly similar to Sasha’s Revolver series, LNOE100 is a refresher of past anthems coming out on the label, reimagined by some of the most cutting edge talents in this realm today. Powerplayers like Nicole Moudaber and Radio Slave have contributed to the fun, in addition to other notable acts like the rising Locked Groove, Fur Coat, John Monkman, and more.
DJ Politik flips “Time Is Up” originally by Poppy ft. Diplo completely on it’s ass into a whole new soundscape. He’s dropped a handful of other pretty epic remixes that are well worth looking into, but this one has to be my favorite work by the up and coming act to date. I had honestly