Fareoh just dropped a massive tune. A vocal masterpiece featuring Ethan Thompson, this one brings me back to the hay day of groove-inspired electro, and it’ll knock you off your feet. Great melody, huge production value, and a thoughtful barrage of sounds bring this one all together. Stream it below, and look out for more big stuff from Fareoh.
“I have been really exhausted by the lack of originality in the current state of EDM. I really wanted to step back and make something I saw as unique. My goal here was to make a true ‘song.’ In terms of unusual instrumentation, I recorded live guitar for this, as well as using a varied structure for the piece itself, as I see basic structure and replication of structure as one of the main problems with EDM at the moment.”
Queens, NY artist Dart Party poses the question “Are You In?” on his fantastic new single (featuring the talented Govales on vocals). If Dart Party is talking about an all encompassing track that’s a little bit House, a little bit Disco, a little bit Electro and a lotta bit Dance, then YES…we are in. This forward thinking, versatile Dance track shines beautifully with its shimmering, soulful vocals, making this the perfect track to dance your Summer nights away to.
“Are You In” is out NOW via Crazy Heart Records. [iTunes]
If you ask any electronic music fan who has been into the scene since the mid to late 2000s, you’d be hard pressed to find someone who wasn’t a fan of the Electro/French Disco sound that defined that era. Fast forward to 2015 and we find Brooklyn producer LEFTI paying homage to the big sound of that glorious era. LEFTI’s remix of “The Business of Emotion” by Big Data takes that pulsating Electro Disco sound and modernizes it with a dash of feel good Electronic Pop. Paying tribute to an era of music while still making it modern & fresh is not an easy task. But LEFTI delivers a fantastic remix that surely stands on its own (and one that will make those who longed for the genre-defining sounds of Yuksek, Justice & The Twelves to return very happy). Primetime remix.
[Artwork by Raven Kwok]
The sounds of Los Angeles are strong on the new remix from L.A. producer BetaTraxx for L.A. duo Pr0files on their song “Forgive”. Pr0files once described the city of Los Angeles as sunny & twisted. The same can be said to describe this phenomenal remix by BetaTraxx. While the hypnotizing vocals give the song its shine, it’s the rework by BetaTraxx that gives the song its twisted, zombie Disco persona. The crisp, multi-layered production by BetaTraxx takes pieces of 90s, bass heavy Chemical Brothers, dirty, late-2000s Kavinsky & modern day Oliver-style Electro and molds them all together for one extra filthy remix. Crank this one all the way up & cruise around L.A. with the top down (while wearing all black, of course…because that’s the sunny & twisted thing to do).
From the depths of Los Angeles, the versatile #Future1Hundred DJ/producer Whiiite has taken the holiday spirit by storm with his annual Whiiite Presents Halloween bootleg pack. The bundle features hard hitting remix twists on classic Halloween theme songs, crossing genres from Dubstep, Trap, Electro, Downtempo, Melbourne, Bassline and more. This years class brings you the likes of Whiiite & ETC!ETC!, Peacetreaty, Kennedy Jones, Victor Niglio, Vaski, James Egbert, JAUZ, Sullivan King, and DotCom. Best part of all, their all for FREE download – so pull out those candy bags and get to grabbing!
Whiiite & ETC!ETC! – Feed my Frankenstein
Jauz – Jaws Theme
Dotcom – Halloween Theme
James Egbert – Thriller
Victor Niglio – Ghostbusters
PeaceTreaty – Put a Spell on You
Sullivan King – The Exorcist Theme
Vaski – The Walking Dead
¡BONUS! Kennedy Jones – Monster Mash DOWNLOAD
Not too many producers have a remix resume like Stuart Price. Whether it’s under his given name or his Jacques Lu Cont/Thin White Duke/Paper Faces monikers (to name a few), Mr. Price has put together some of dance music’s best remixes over the last 15+ years. His stretch of remixes in 2002 to 2003 when he remixed Felix da Housecat, The Faint & Madonna b2b2b has to be considered one of the greatest ever. Over a decade after that unparalleled stretch, he still has the magic touch delivering another finely crafted remix of London Grammar’s “If You Wait” under his Jacques Lu Cont alias. In classic JLC style, he reels you in with pulsating beats & soaring vocals then elevates the energy levels for a heart racing, heart melting finish.
Euphoria levels: HIGH.
Since it is technically a Thursday, what better song to do a throwback with than one of the biggest songs of the Bloghaus era: “Rave Is King” by Fukkk Offf. Back in 2008, “Rave Is King” was dirtying up dance floors everywhere…whether it was a house party or an illegal warehouse, if you got a chance to chant the chorus to “Rave Is King” then your night was considered a success. Fast forward to 2014 where excitement levels are electric as this Bloghaus classic gets revisited. Fukkk Offf themselves offer up a sinister new re-edition of the track while Moonbootica, Modek, aUtOdiDakT & PWNDTIAC each offer up 2014 versions of their own. This motley group of gritty, sleazy, tripped out remixes has something for everyone. IT’S ALCOHOL, DRUGS AND OVERDRIVE ALL OVER AGAIN.
RAVE IS KING.
“Rave Is King” Re-edition/Remixes are out now [BUY].
Yesterday, Arty released the remix package for his single, “Up All Night” featuring Angel Taylor, that includes renditions from Lenno, MANIK, and Slander. In celebration of the release, we’ve picked up Lenno’s offering that brings an electro-disco sound to the single that’s the first taste of Arty’s forthcoming debut album. Purchase the remix pack on iTunes or Beatport, and check out the official “Up All Night” music video after the jump.
“Here We Go” is the aptly titled new track by our good friend Betatraxx. With its cheer punk chants & festival style energy, “Here We Go” is the perfect track to get your rave revved up & ready to go. As a producer’s producer, Betatraxx is always testing the boundaries of genre, never afraid to add droplets of Bass, Acid, Trance & House whenever & wherever he so chooses and just as he does here on his new original track. “Here We Go” is a refreshing blast of genre bending future Electro.
Grab the free download below & get your rave engine started!
We all know Pharrell has been on the hot streak this year, and his recent collaboration “Aerosol Can” with Major Lazer has only fueled that fire. BUT – Tom Haverford would ask… is it a banger? The Miami native Damaged Goods has created the answer to that question with his newest remix. DG takes Pharrell’s witty vocal and sends it straight for the main stage with heart pounding drums and a pummeling bassline fit for the festival circuit. Listen and grab it for FREE!
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