Machinedrum transforms The Glitch Mob’s ‘Enter Formless’ into a shapeshifting glitch weapon

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Machinedrum transforms The Glitch Mob’s ‘Enter Formless’ into a shapeshifting glitch weaponMachinedrum Glitch Mob Enter Formless Remi

Machinedrum have unveiled a sub-torturing take on The Glitch Mob‘s “Enter Formless,” the opening track to the group’s 2018 album, See Without Eyes. Machinedrum previously supplied remix magic on the electronic group’s 2011 Drink The Sea (Remixes Vol. 2) compilation, and the glitch house stalwart shows no fear this go around crafting a daring and experimental transformation for The Glitch Mob.

The original’s bold synth riffs boom-bap percussion still star in Machinedrum’s rework. The remix opens with the melody flanked gorgeously by acoustic guitars as a snare roll launches into the first drop, a transition that perfectly characterizes the take’s bi-polar sonic structure. Distorted subs swell and expand from behind crunchy breakbeat kicks, before the drop reaches a drum and bass-inspired boil. The guitars and spaced out synth melody return in a wash of echoes and ambiance, before song explodes again into a glitchy drop topped with searing pads. Just as the listener begins settling into the madness, the remix ends on a lone acoustic guitar plucking out the original’s melody to melancholic effect.

Machinedrum’s shape-shifting interpretation latches onto the bold and beautiful elements of the original and dials them up to 11 in their own solo moments, creating a constantly surprising and satisfying new production.

This Ekali Mash Up Of Flume, Illenium and Odesza Is So Filthy It Should Be Illegal

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Ekali has made one hell of a name for himself the past two years. A steady stream of original tunes and massive remixes, as well as a transparent social media presence and relationship with his fans have helped this rising star of electronic music achieve rapid success. While Ekali has had no shortage of productions

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Strafe x Justin Martin – Set It Off Remix review

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Back in the early ’80s, New York City cats were heating up the floor, moonwalking, and slick talking over the freshly laid pavement that was NYC garage. One of the most memorable anthems of the era was Strafe’s “Set It Off,” a joint every good DJ should have in their crate. Now, thanks to Justin Martin, “Set It Off” has risen to new heights and landed among the clouds.

Justin Martin’s remixes are always bold. When he makes a VIP mix of his own track he creates something completely new yet undeniably faithful. His remix of “Set It Off” is no exception to this brash approach to remixing. Despite the fact that the track is 35 years old and no doubt influenced Justin Martin, he has taken the reins to start the party all over again.

On all sides, left and right, Justin Martin has flipped this track and made it his. It’s dirtier, contemporary, and boisterous, and in true Martin remix fashion, there remains a balance between creativity and appreciation that can only come from a place of genuine familiarity. His remix of “Set It Off” climbs higher and higher, creates more space, all while maintaining the essence of the original track — to get it started and keep it going. The momentum Justin has created with this two-track EP is notable as the three-month-long Set It Off tour is picking up speed, hype, and isn’t going to stop anytime soon.      

‘Set If Off’ is now available through DIRTYBIRD. Order a copy here, and follow the label here 

The Masked Producer Behind 2018’s Most Impressive Album Releases A Twisted Remix Of Odesza’s ‘Falls’

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I have been enamored with Golden Features for several years now. I have been following the man with the Golden Face since he first broke onto the scene with his self-titled debut EP almost 5 years ago now. His ability to morph sound, and create an atmosphere of intrigue and emotion is one that is

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Justin Timberlake’s “Sexyback” Gets A House Remix From Scissors

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The London duo, Scissors, describe themselves as “Music addicted guys trying to put some fresh ideas into dancefloor classics,” which is exactly what they did with their latest spin. The guys took Justin Timberlake’s “Sexyback” and transformed it into a Deep House track by bringing out the basslines and adding some deep synths. There’s even a

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Don Diablo releases dreamy ‘Another Chance’ Chill Mix

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Don Diablo is back to deliver a unique “Chill Mix” for his Hexagonian listeners. Straying away from his signature upbeat, futuristic house anthems, the Dutch DJ-producer slows his sound down with his “Another Chance” remix featuring Big Pineapple.

The Hexagon Radio founder shared the release to his 322K followers on Twitter to voice his excitement about the track, which he had first remixed in June of this year, alongside minimal details on the original track. The new release comes just a few weeks after his explosive collaboration with Gucci Mane and Emeli Sandé, “Survive,” which blends the realms of rap and dance music into an electrifying, beat-driven single.

 

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Le Youth infuses house into Morgan Page’s commercial release ‘Let You Go’

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Le Youth infuses house into Morgan Page’s commercial release ‘Let You Go’Le Youth Remi Let You Go

Morgan Page has continued his stream of hit releases on Armada with his newest single, “Let You Go,” a substantive new release featuring enthralling vocals and smooth melodies. Recently, Page sat down with Dancing Astronaut to discuss his new focus on collaborations and mentoring up and coming talent, which he notes will be displayed through upcoming collaborations and remixes. One of those remixes is out now, as LA-Based Le Youth has transformed the track into a house hit perfect for club play.

Le Youth adds a house backdrop to the track, layering in different instrumentals including upbeat piano chords, which add an interesting flair to the commercial original. Of Le Youth’s remix, Page says, “Le Youth really knocked this mix out of the park with a chill but radio-friendly mix that has beautiful late summer melancholy vibes. It preserves the integrity of the original, yet bumps up the tempo and tweaks the chord progression for some extra emotion and movement. I’m a big fan of Le Youth’s work, and excited to have him on board for this mix!”

5 & A Dime Rebrands As Kantor, Drops Official “Lucid Dream” Remix On Warner Music Hong Kong

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Kantor’s “Lucid Dreams” remix is fresh and uplifting, yet carries light and sweet influences that hits the spot. The stuttering arrangement and production of the synths give an ethereal and otherworldly vibe, further adding context to the song’s title. Coupled with the original vocals from Miss Janni, this release will surely be igniting crowds for

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First Listen: Eric Sharp remixes his collaboration with French Horn Rebellion, ‘Too Much’ [Stream]

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Eric Sharp has dropped off a certified smooth progressive house cut, though, its a track fans might already be somewhat familiar with. Stepping up to his own previously released “Too Much,” originally recorded alongside Brooklyn-based electronic duo French Horn Rebellion, Sharp remixes his own track into a certified smooth disco-inspired house cut, driven by infectious floor-ready piano chords. Sharp remarks on his new remix,

“In remixing ‘Too Much’ for the dance floor I went with a more minimal approach than the original, stripping it back into the most essential and driving elements. This opened up space for the basslines to shine for maximum impact in a club environment. I wrote new percussion to make it hit harder and restructured the track with DJing in mind, placing the vocals in the breaks. The piano drop was something I was hearing in my head so that was just about finding the right chords to compliment the bassline.”

Sharp’s revisiting of his joint effort with French Horn Rebellion comes as part of a new remix EP, with incoming new takes on last year’s Eric Sharp and Friends EP. The new, solo rendition of “Too Much” blends funky disco and house tropes into a repeat-worthy second take, extending the track’s shelf life with an aced remix.

Young Bombs Remix Weezer’s Sing Along Single “Say It Ain’t So”

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Young Bombs have been known for remixing tons of wildly popular hits. This time around they decide to take on Weezer’s classic sing along single “Say It Ain’t So”. The remix kicks off right away with Rivers Cuomo’s “Oh yeah. Alright” lyrics that leads into the first verse, which features a Trap-meets-Rock melody. The chorus

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