Stream the official remixes to Zedd and Alessia Cara’s ‘Stay’

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Earlier this year, Zedd and Alessia Cara produced a world-renowned hit with “Stay,” which has garnered significant radio airplay and over 295,000,000 streams on Spotify since its February release. Over Memorial Day Weekend, the duo impressively managed to knock The Chainsmokers out of the #1 Pop song spot in the Billboard charts. Now, Zedd and Alessia have released an eclectic package of remixes, taking the song to new heights with a variety of creative renditions.

Zedd chose six artists to remix the track, each contributes differently to the piece creating a captivating medley of artistry. Artists who have been selected include Petite Biscuit, The Kemist, Jonas Blue, Lophiile, Yasutaka Nakata and Tritonal. With each artist demonstrating a distinct style, there is something for everyone in the official remix package for “Stay.”

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Remixes For Grey, Zedd & Hailee Steinfeld’s “Starving” Released Today

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Grey, Zedd & Hailee Steinfeld’s “Starving” recently went platinum in the US, a huge accomplishment for an artist of any size these days (what with dwindling sales numbers and all). But even more exciting to us is this remix pack that came out today with cuts from KIIDA, Killagraham (of Milo & Otis), and Bali Bandits.

KIIDA puts a pretty dope house spin on the track, amping up the energy with some rough synths and a bouncy rhythm. Killagraham’s remix is a more laidback future bass take on the original. And finally we get to Bali Bandits, who easily have the most unique song of 2017 so far – where they got the inspiration for this remix, we might never know (until it inevitably comes up in their next interview). With an exceptionally bouncey, disco-tinged sound, this is our favorite of the bunch.

Check them all out below!

 

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Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike And Diplo Unveil “Hey Baby” Remix Package

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Following up on their late 2016 release of “Hey Baby,” Diplo and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have released the song’s official remix pack through Diplo’s Mad Decent label. Featuring towering flips from the likes of Lost Frequencies, Steve Aoki, Blasterjaxx and DVLM themselves, the pack offers a full exploration of the original’s potential both for the festival stage and beyond.

Lost Frequencies’ remix pulls back the high energy of the original, centering it on gentle guitar strums and a laid back percussion section. Meanwhile, Steve Aoki goes the other way with his own, transforming the song into a harsh, hybrid moombahton/electro monstrosity primed for the gnarliest of festival sets.

Blasterjaxx stripped down the original tune to its most basic components for their take, using Deb’s Daughter’s vocals as the centerpiece for a thunderous big room heater. DVLM’s official Tomorrowland remix of “Hey Baby” is also included on the pack, giving festival attendees and fans at home the chance to hear the complete cut of one of the duo’s most powerful set highlights.

Check out the complete pack below.

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Source: Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike And Diplo Unveil “Hey Baby” Remix Package

Here Are The Top 5 “Shape Of You” Remixes

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Ed Sheeran is crushing charts and breaking all kinds of records with “Shape Of You,” and now electronic dance music has jumped at the chance to remix the new single.

To save you the trouble of scouring through mediocrity, we’ve compiled the top five interpretations of the song, ranging from trap, to trending dancehall leanings, and of course some always-in-style house. These remixes play with Ed Sheeran’s original tempo, bring subtle embellishments to the forefront, and complement the already dance friendly track with an array of sounds both old and new; there’s bound to be something for everyone.

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Dancing Astronaut’s Essential Remixes of 2016

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One of the defining factors that makes dance music culture so enthralling is the art of the remix. Reinterpretations and reimaginings proliferate dance music more than any other industry, and for good reason: the nature of electronic music production makes sampling — both legally and illegally — accessible to anyone with a DAW.

To highlight the standout remixes from 2016, we’ve compiled over 50 of our favorite edits, flips, bootlegs, and remixes into one giant playlist. Featuring creative renditions from artists like Skrillex, Illenium, Feed Me, and more, the playlist covers the cream of the crop of EDM while also highlighting underground favorites like Enrico Sanguiliano, Bicep, Dense & Pika and more.

Stream Dancing Astronaut’s Essential Remixes of 2016 below:

Illenium’s Remix Of “Don’t Let Me Down” Suddenly Disappears From Soundcloud

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Among the number of accolades afforded to Illenium this year, we chose his remix of “Don’t Let Me Down” by The Chainsmokers as one of our Top 50 Remixes of 2016. We created a massive Soundcloud playlist for all the tracks, but unfortunately the Illenium remix has suddenly been taken down.

Since it was uploaded in March, his remix has been topping the charts on Souncloud, with over 60 million plays, but no longer.

Vanic’s recent remix of “Setting Fires” has also been taken down, which was also released on Sony imprint Disruptor Records, so one has to wonder what exactly is going on here. We have reached out to Disruptor for comment.

 

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Source: Illenium’s Remix Of “Don’t Let Me Down” Suddenly Disappears From Soundcloud

Trouze – Intersection (Remixes)

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LA/Singapore-based dance trio, Trouze, have developed an impressive résumé from their past experience including previously working with BT, Santana, Troye Sivan, and Paul Oakenfold. The two producers and singer-songwriter have honed in on their skills for years in the background, but are now ready to launch their own artist project. Their debut offering, “Intersection,” marked an impeccable synthesis of clean vocals, bright pop melodies, and a pumping house bassline.

For the track’s remix package, Trouze tapped previous collaborator Project 46 along with Gazzo and Kodrin to reimagine the lead track. Gazzo flips “Intersection” into a retro-meets-modern disco gem where he allows his finesse with the guitar to shine. Project 46 turns “Intersection” into a party-ready, dancefloor heater that is sure to be a favorite in 2017 at the clubs. Finally, Kodrin gives us a cool-down version of the track in his “Deep Afterhours” remix as he helps complete the well-rounded remix package.

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Listen To The 50 Best Remixes Of The Year

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2016 has been quite a ride. The year has seen a horde of music both great and not-so-great, with just as many noteworthy remixes as original releases. Here’s you chance to step away from the ridiculous social happenings, political discourse, and general internet banter that’s sodden our spirits over the last 12 months.

From future bass to house, Bassnectar to Hotel Garuda, here’s our selection of 50 remixes that we believe to be some of the year’s most magical. They’re in a relatively cohesive listening order, but go ahead and skim through to find your favorite artists and discover some brilliance that you may not have otherwise heard of.

So, here it is…

The 50 Best Remixes of 2016

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Listen To All Of The “Let Me Love You” Remixes Out Now

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Rolling out slowly over the course of a month, DJ Snake & Justin Bieber’s smash hit “Let Me Love You” received four remixes from superstar producers: Tiësto, Marshmello, Don Diablo and Zedd.

Boasting a variety of styles and techniques in production, each remix brought something different to the table. Tiësto brought his AFTR:HRS flavor and deep house style to the remix, while Don Diablo took a more straight house approach. Marshmello took his usual future bass, vocal-chopped style to the remix, dropping the tempo a bit and letting the vocals really shine. Zedd went experimental and pushed his own unique style to its limits, and we’ve become absolutely addicted to it.

With all of the remixes now available, you can listen to them all below.

 

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POOLCLVB – You Give Me Love (Original Mix + Remixes)

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POOLCLVB is a name that has become synonymous with wavy nu-disco basslines and bright summer house. With an ability to pull from the fun-loving spirit of the ’90s and infuse it with modern house production, the Aussie producer has carved his own way into becoming a staple in the scene. While the US is in the middle of winter, POOLCLVB is soaking up the sun down under and has transformed it into his new single “You Give Me Love.”

A real chord-slamming stomper, “You Give Me Love” melds soulful vocals onto a throbbing bassline and bright running synths to emit an undeniably upbeat mood. In addition to the single, POOLCLVB commissioned four up-and-comers — Volkoder, Stace Cadet, TWERL, and Hier — to take his new single for their own spin.

Volkoder and Stace Cadet take the house route as Volkoder uses the original sparingly around a hypnotic drum loop he concocted, while Stace Cadet reimagines POOLCLVB’s single with less emphasis on the vocals and more on the instruments. TWERL’s remix spices things up by reworking “You Give Me Love” into a pulsating future bass heater. Finally, Hier infuses sounds that remind us of ’90s video games to come forth with one of the most unique flips.

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