Last week we covered a huge remix of ASTR from Figgy. Today, we’ve got an equally massive edition from LEFTI. Driving disco chords perfectly describe this one. Really tough sound from this one, and it stands out nicely from the rest of the remix support. The balance of the harmony of the overlying melody and rough bass create a really cool vibe, and you can grab it for free. Download it now and look out for more from LEFTI.
From the radio waves to the festival stages, Fono‘s house anthem “Real Joy” has been rinsed far and wide this year. The single finally got it’s highly anticipated remix package, flexing a club edit from Duke Dumont, a junglist loving take from TC, and our favorite – a chunky jackin flip from house mogul Chris Lake and mysterious collaborator Rrotik. Lake & Rrotik take the cake on this one, giving the original a fat low end and dicing the vocal into its own instrument. Early support for their remix already comes from Gorgon City, Treasure Fingers, Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Moguai, Danny Howard, EDX, Max Vangeli, Paul Oakenfold, and Fono himself. Listen to the full stream below and download exclusively on iTunes!
Figgy is no stranger to the GottaDanceDirty feed. This producers dreamy tunes have a tendency to float just nice through the airwaves, perfect Summer jams. His latest remix is one of the official sort, for none other than ASTR. “Activate Me” has seen some noteable remix attention from the likes of Darkchild and LEFTI, but this one is something else. Super smooth synths dance atop the vocals, get ready for a nice ride.
The Red Baron is an up-and-coming producer out of San Diego, and he’s been enlisted for an official remix for Bahari. The track is “Wild Ones,” and Baron encorporates a wild melody into the mix. Smooth vocals and dreamy percussive elements lead you up cool bass-heavy section. With violin and mandolin personally sampled in the track, this guy really aimed to show his diverse handle on sound. Enjoy this, the latest from The Red Baron.
Slander bring something a bit different to the trap spectrum that no one else can seem to touch. Their eerie style and devastating bass really makes for a nice remix. The latest target in their crosshairs is Alison Wonderland and her track “U Don’t Know.” A slow moving, humble beginning has you creeping into the track. When the big melodic drop comes in it makes for a nice little sequence. Grab this remix as a part of the official EP from Alison.
SIVIK‘s bass-forward vocal piece “U Got” has been getting some pretty nice remix support. First edited by XXYYXX, the track has now been transformed by the ever-groovy JackLNDN. The R&B influened tune gets a little tempo boost accompanied by a rolling bassline. Ghostly vocal sampling carries the house tune lightly over said bass stabs. A really nice remix effort without seeming forced, this track already has accrued well over 100K streams in under a week. Check out the track now, and throw it a heart on Hypem while you’re at it.
The latest from Eau Claire is absolutely massive. She’s ventured to remix CAPPA and it’s really paid off. This free download is yours for the taking, so stream the track and grab it below. Want more? Make sure to check otu Eau Claire at Splash House in August! Here’s what Eau Claire had to say about her new remix:
“Remixing is often like working on a jigsaw puzzle; I love the challenge of finding the right mix that suits the original artist while infusing my own flavors. Without taking away from the emotion of her vocals, I wanted to rework Carla’s single into a summer ready anthem. After coming up with five different versions of “Killin’ It” I landed on this final version when all the pieces came together into one cohesive track. “
Luca Lush has been crushing remixes left and right, and was even recently added to the Splash House 2015 June lineup. His forward thinking sound is certainly one-of-a-kind, and he brought it with this remix for LA’s own SNBRN. Perhaps the most unique of the “Raindrops” remix, this one brings some out-of-this-world synth work, creative percussion and one hell of a tune. Download it for free now.
If theres one thing you can always expect from New York-based The Golden Pony, its the unexpected. This is exactly what they’ve done by targeting The Chainsmokers and Great Good Fine Okay‘s collaboration track, “Let You Go.” They’ve taken the original and turned it into something a bit deeper, charactistic of the duo’s entire catalogue. Check out the latest “golden house” track and download it for free.
Felix Jaehn has been tearing up the melodic/tropical game over the past year. He’s undoubtedly grown faster than the rest of the pack, and one of the tracks that sped this process along was his remake of Jaki Graham’s “Ain’t Nobody.” Today, The Rooftop Boys released their remix, which is a bit more suited for the dance floor. Future vibes and some cool tech elements enhance the song nicely. The Brooklyn duo definitely did well by the original track, crank it now.