Robin Schulz Puts A Twist On LUM!X & Gabry Ponte’s ‘Monster’

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Austrian rising star LUM!X recently teamed up with Gabry Ponte for the powerful future bounce track ‘Monster’. And now, German dance maestro Robin Schulz releases his own remix of the song on Spinnin’ Records. “I’m very happy to release this remix for LUM!X’s big tune “Monster”. I knew the first time I heard the original

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First Listen: Dreamers Delight takes on Fitz & The Tantrums’ ‘123456’ for new PROJECTmusic collection

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First Listen: Dreamers Delight takes on Fitz & The Tantrums’ ‘123456’ for new PROJECTmusic collectionFitz And The Tantrums PM V2

PROJECT, the contemporary fashion event gearing up to kick off in Las Vegas August 12 – 14, is teasing the event with the release of a brand new musical compilation PROJECTmusic. Designed to help soundtrack the forward-thinking fashion event, PROJECTmusic: Volume 2 features exclusive remixes that can’t be found anywhere else, led by a new spin by Dreamers Delight on Fitz & The Tantrums’ “123456.”

Dreamers Delight, best known for his profile-raising work on Gramatik’s Lowtemp Records imprint, turns in his own unique electronic-focused take on the LA-based indie pop band’s spring single “123456.” Highlighting his distinguished production style’s strong suits, Dreamers Delight artfully merges Fitz & The Tantrums sonic aesthetic with his own and still manages to keep the remix in a comfortable place for the fashion-forward context it was made for. PROJECTmusic: Volume 2 lands in full on August 8. Stream below.

NGHTMRE douses Alison Wonderland and Dillon Francis’ ‘Lost My Mind’ in melodic dubstep

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NGHTMRE douses Alison Wonderland and Dillon Francis’ ‘Lost My Mind’ in melodic dubstepNGHTMRE Tessa Paisan Ritz Ybor 2017 43 Of 50

Few producers could rethink Alison Wonderland and Dillon Francis‘ lethal collaboration “Lost My Mind” with the unbridled audacity of bass connoisseur NGHTMRE. The DJ/producer has risen to the upper echelons of the dance space for his improbably impactful bass cuts. His take on the high-profile original surely doesn’t spare listeners from the heavy drops they’ve grown accustomed to from the Gud Vibrations boss.

Juxtaposed with Wonderland’s light, emotion-filled vocal moments, not dissimilar to the original, NGHTMRE’s rendition is tender at times, though torrential at its core. The track is apt to become a seamless addition to his prolific festival repertoire for the remainder of the summer and thereafter.

NGHTMRE is fresh off a multi-pronged remix package for his A$AP Ferg collaboration, “Red Light,” featuring offerings by Holy Goof, Effin, and Crankdat. NGHTMRE’s remix is out now on Francis’ IDGAFOS.

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Eric Prydz’s ‘Opus’ gets a masterful orchestral rework at Tomorrowland [Watch]

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Eric Prydz brought his most technologically advanced live production to date with him to Tomorrowland this year, debuting the Holosphere concept during the festival’s first weekend. On the opposite end of the spectrum, the Swedish electronic deity was also honored at Tomorrowland with a technologically stripped performance of one of the most recognizable tracks in his sprawling catalog, “Opus.”

Tomorrowland’s orchestra performed their re-envisioning of Prydz’ 2016 masterwork, highlighting the versatility of the song’s indisputable impact. Considering Prydz had to scrap the Holosphere performance for the festival’s second weekend, this special orchestral homage certainly makes up for a portion of those disappointing technical issues. See the Tomorrowland orchestra perform “Opus” below.

NGHTMRE enlists Holy Goof, Effin, and Crankdat for new remixes of A$AP Ferg collaboration, ‘REDLIGHT’

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NGHTMRE enlists Holy Goof, Effin, and Crankdat for new remixes of A$AP Ferg collaboration, ‘REDLIGHT’NGHTMRE Lean Back

NGHTMRE has taken his career to the next level in 2019, especially when it comes to showing off his versatility. The producer has teamed up with everyone from A$AP Ferg, to Lil Jon, to Shaquille O’Neal under his DJ Diesel moniker, staying true to the heavy-hitting bass ethos he’s built through his catalog while creating a new dynamic via hip-hop collaboration and further infusion into his style.

Earlier this year NGHTMRE showcased this new direction with collaboration with A$AP Ferg, “REDLIGHT,” which is undeniably one of his biggest hits. He’s continued to celebrate the single’s success with a fresh batch of remixes from Crankdat, Holy Goof, and Effin that make the single more friendly for a festival main stage. This new batch follows up a recent re-work from Flosstradamus.

Each remixer puts their own unique spin on the “REDLIGHT.” Crankdat twists the release into a dubstep sizzler with screeching synths and heavy drops. Holy Goof goes the bass house route, while Effin also stays true to his low end-fueled aesthetic for his rendition.

NGHTMRE recently announced a new contest for those who are fans looking to see him live and win a new comic book. The contest enlists fans to create a video to accompany “REDLIGHT,” and ten winners will be selected to win two tickets to a show in addition to NGHTMRE’s comic book.

Exclusive: VOLAC hits the gas on Phlegmatic Dogs’ ‘Cuatrocats’ remix ahead of Night Bass compilation

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Exclusive: VOLAC hits the gas on Phlegmatic Dogs’ ‘Cuatrocats’ remix ahead of Night Bass compilationVOLAC

At the helm of the small, but unsurprisingly forceful, Russian house music front sits a double dose of bass house brawn: VOLAC and Phlegmatic Dogs.

Merging production savvy, the two rapidly ascending Russian duos are gearing up to release a compilation EP tomorrow, the aptly named Russian Style, together inside AC Slater’s Night Bass den. The compilation is comprised of two original cuts (one from VOLAC one from the Dogs) and one remix from each entity.

Ahead of the EP, Dancing Astronaut got an exclusive listen at VOLAC’s no-nonsense rendition of a 2018 Phlegmatic Dogs original, “Cuatrocats.” VOLAC pitch up the Dogs’ deep-set, garage bass and send in clattering hi-hats at maximum capacity to liven up the darkest of dance floors.

To accompany the Russian Style release, both duos are heading on tour together, so far set to traverse a jam-packed 23-date North American agenda, with more shows still yet to be added. The tour kicks off August 30 and runs through December of this year. Tickets available here.

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Exclusive: VOLAC hits the gas on Phlegmatic Dogs’ ‘Cuatrocats’ remix ahead of Night Bass compilation

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Exclusive: VOLAC hits the gas on Phlegmatic Dogs’ ‘Cuatrocats’ remix ahead of Night Bass compilationVOLAC

At the helm of the small, but unsurprisingly forceful, Russian house music front sits a double dose of bass house brawn: VOLAC and Phlegmatic Dogs.

Merging production savvy, the two rapidly ascending Russian duos are gearing up to release a compilation EP tomorrow, the aptly named Russian Style, together inside AC Slater’s Night Bass den. The compilation is comprised of two original cuts (one from VOLAC one from the Dogs) and one remix from each entity.

Ahead of the EP, Dancing Astronaut got an exclusive listen at VOLAC’s no-nonsense rendition of a 2018 Phlegmatic Dogs original, “Cuatrocats.” VOLAC pitch up the Dogs’ deep-set, garage bass and send in clattering hi-hats at maximum capacity to liven up the darkest of dance floors.

To accompany the Russian Style release, both duos are heading on tour together, so far set to traverse a jam-packed 23-date North American agenda, with more shows still yet to be added. The tour kicks off August 30 and runs through December of this year. Tickets available here.

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First Listen: Zane Lowe drops his infectious spin over rising star Ava Max’s ‘So Am I’ [Stream]

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First Listen: Zane Lowe drops his infectious spin over rising star Ava Max’s ‘So Am I’ [Stream]Zane Lowe Djing

In a league with Annie Nightingale, Howard Stern, and Casey Kasem, Zane Lowe represents one of the most popular and distinguished voices in all of radio. An artist’s music, or their story, catching his ear is one thing, but for Lowe to be impressed enough to actually roll up his sleeves and lay his spin on an artist’s track is a whole different ballgame altogether. In fact, it has been seven years since the last time Lowe turned in a remix, though the production hiatus is now over with a vibrant remix of Ava Max’s “So Am I.”

The Beats 1 figurehead lays an infectious, summery spin over Max’s sweeping pop hit. Taking the track from the radio to the pool deck with his remix, Lowe manipulates Max’s vocals to make them his own, polished with tropical drums for a pair of sweet, pleasant breaks. Ava Max is on her way to being a household name. The Atlantic-championed singer was recently nominated for Best New Artist at the 2019 MTV VMA’s, placing her profile alongside a class of current wave makers including Billie Eilish, Lizzo, and Lil Nas X.

Ava Max’s trajectory to pop success looks firmly set in stone, but a rare, and ultimately satisfying appearance from Zane Lowe, might give Max some crossover credibility in the electronic space as well. Listen below.

First Listen: Zane Lowe drops his infectious spin over rising star Ava Max’s ‘So Am I’ [Stream]

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First Listen: Zane Lowe drops his infectious spin over rising star Ava Max’s ‘So Am I’ [Stream]Zane Lowe Djing

In a league with Annie Nightingale, Howard Stern, and Casey Kasem, Zane Lowe represents one of the most popular and distinguished voices in all of radio. An artist’s music, or their story, catching his ear is one thing, but for Lowe to be impressed enough to actually roll up his sleeves and lay his spin on an artist’s track is a whole different ballgame altogether. In fact, it has been seven years since the last time Lowe turned in a remix, though the production hiatus is now over with a vibrant remix of Ava Max’s “So Am I.”

The Beats 1 figurehead lays an infectious, summery spin over Max’s sweeping pop hit. Taking the track from the radio to the pool deck with his remix, Lowe manipulates Max’s vocals to make them his own, polished with tropical drums for a pair of sweet, pleasant breaks. Ava Max is on her way to being a household name. The Atlantic-championed singer was recently nominated for Best New Artist at the 2019 MTV VMA’s, placing her profile alongside a class of current wave makers including Billie Eilish, Lizzo, and Lil Nas X.

Ava Max’s trajectory to pop success looks firmly set in stone, but a rare, and ultimately satisfying appearance from Zane Lowe, might give Max some crossover credibility in the electronic space as well. Listen below.

First Listen: Kompany steps up with monstrous remix of Excision’s ‘Power’ [Stream]

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First Listen: Kompany steps up with monstrous remix of Excision’s ‘Power’ [Stream]Kompany Rectangular Press Shot

Excision enlisted a dream team of bass music power players for his new Apex remix collection, with 12th Planet, Downlink, Spag Heddy, and more all lined up to deliver their own bone-rattling takes on Excision’s work. Kicking off the high octane action comes Kompany with the remix pack’s lead offering—a bulldozing spin on Excision’s “Power.”

Upping the ante on the original with his own menacing spin, Kompany swaps out “Power’s” distinct two-step jab for a pair of steep builds and two aggressive, elbow-throwing breaks. In short—Kompany snaps on his stomping new Excision remix, notching another profile-building remix on his growing rap sheet. The LA-based Icon Collective alum is putting together a formidable track record as one of bass music’s most exciting young talents, and his “Power” remix is just the tip of the iceberg.