Germany’s LCAW has been building his name off of his house transformations of tracks from London Grammar, ZHU, and more. His last undertaking was Fritz Kalkbrenner’s “One Of These Days,” and he’s now delivering another groove-driven remix. On his rendition of Muneshine’s “Sunshine,” he keeps things sweet and simple with a subtle atmospheres, a punchy bassline, and other accents, while the vocals remain as a focus. Check out the track here and pick it up on iTunes.


LA-based Ryan Collins has teamed up with Bijou for a super sleek ghetto tech jam.  “Hood Crazy” rolls in with tough high hats a echoing samples, preluding the crushing sound to come.  Samples from Tech N9ne, 2 Chainz and B.o.B. keep things interesting while that hard bass line keeps things tech.  This is a high energy tune that’ll reach a large demographic.  Play it loud at a dancefloor near you .

With just one year of existence, No Mana has been growing by leaps and bounds. The anonymous, Los Angeles-based producer holds a catalog consisting mostly of originals and just a few remixes, which is rare for up-and-comers in the dance space. Despite the short, but productive career thus far, No Mana has managed to get a co-sign from Deadmau5′ mau5trap, and that has yielded several releases on the label. The most recent release is “Tell Me,” and it’s a catchy vocal house track reminiscent of “I Remember.”


After a busy North America summer tour with festivals performances at the likes of Electric Zoo, Electric Forest, Lollapalooza, Hangout, Firefly, CRSSD, and more SNBRN returns with a brand new original record entitled “Beat The Sunrise.” This time around, SNBRN teams up with Republic/Varvatos signed vocalist/guitarist, Andrew Watt, to create a feel-good house anthem with an obvious nostalgia for summer. Marking his first original release since his debut hit, “Raindrops,” SNBRN is proving that 2015 is his breakout year. With an arsenal of original records yet to be released, the excitement surrounding this burgeoning LA artist isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Check out the stream below and be sure to grab your copy on iTunes here.

Prince Fox has had an exciting couple of months.  A massive label signing, a national tour, this dude is gathering steam fast.  He just released a bomb of a house track featuring the vocals from his former NYC roommate.  Together, they’ve created a really cool fusion track that is guaranteed to light up some dance floors.  Grab it now and keep your eye on Prince Fox.

Blu J is back with a cheeky little house number.  Tight percussive synths bop around over the breaky composition.  Really digging the vocal samples from Raeon in this one as well; they fit really nicely into the track.  This ones suited for the post festy season comedown, and can be downloaded for free via Toneden.  Grab your copy now and look ourt for more from Blu J.

Bit Funk - Off The Ground

“Off The Ground” is the classy new club bomb from our man Bit Funk featuring vocals by UK singer Shae Jacobs.  Bit Funk showcases his ability to produce a track with crossover appeal while still maintaining a strong, club-friendly sound.  Whether you’re singin’ along & bouncin’ in the car or hand clappin’ & high steppin’ at the club, “Off The Ground” is a surefire way to get just about anyone’s blood pumping.  House heads, Disco freaks, Pop junkies & pretty much anyone with a little funk n’ soul inside of’em will WITHOUT A DOUBT be getting down to this one.  PURE CLASS.

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It’s been another scorching week here in Los Angeles, and of course, there have been several great remixes to match. Some of dance music’s finest, including the funky fresh duo Soul Clap, LA native Sage Caswell, Symbols boss Kastle, New York’s Bender, and Anjunadeep’s Jody Wisternoff, have been lending their talents to their counterparts for some fantastic offerings that hit all the right notes. If these remixes are any indication, we’re in for a fall season overflowing with excellent music, and what can we say? We can’t complain. Listen to Soul Clap’s rendition of Slow Hands’ “I’ll Find Me” above and check out the rest after the jump.

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Our boy Zimmer is at it again.  He’s got some of the nicest vibes in electronic music and he certainly flexed them all over this Gallant remix.  This Gallant dude is getting remixed at Zhu levels, so it’s tough to stick out in the crowd, but this little house number does the trick.  Featuring the vocals and a nice little bassline, this track hits the spot.  Stream it now and go give Zimmer some Hypem love. 

When a song comes together on the first take, it’s usually something special. This is exactly what happened with this fresh offering from the masterful producer David August, along with Sissi Rada, the harpist of David August & Ensemble. After hearing Sissi Rada singing in Greek and playing the harp, August invited her to record with him, they got together, and Sissi jammed on top of his harmonies on his Prophet 5 synth. Her first take is the one that we have the pleasure of enjoying.

“Patria” has all of the ingredients and more for a stand-out David August track – a slowed, yet impactful, house groove, evolving synth work, organic percussive elements, and Sissi Rada’s unique vocals – brought together under a veil of musicality and deeper meaning. Have a listen and download above. Read more about the track from David August himself below.

“Back then I was in my bedroom studio. We had noises from the street, roommates next door, but the take captured the magic and the spontaneous moment of just doing music. I didn’t want to record it again. Her lyrics are about the devastating political and financial situation in Greece and I tried – as much as I could – to reflect that with my music.

Now, one year later more people than ever try to find a new life and a new home. For me it was one more reason to put this out finally, there won’t be a better moment. “Patria” is my contribution for all the lost souls of this earth.” – David August