Production trio Autograf continue to keep releasing bombs. After an immense tour of playing both live and DJ sets, it would seem that its back to the lab. Their latest work is a remix for Alesso and Roy English and their track “Cool.” The track is and easy-listening house piece. Tropical-esque notes work well with the vox sampling, and everything is very cohesive with the melody. Follow along with Autograf as they keep crushing track after track.
MSCLS out of Austin, Texas is one of my new favorite producers. A nice balance between classic house music and g-house describes his vibe perfectly, and he just keeps getting better. His latest is an official remix for Acaddamy, an Australian act on the Etc Etc label. Let this rolling bass line get you hopping around the office, and stay tuned for more MSCLS.
London’s crown prince of stoicism and all things between indie and tech tunes recently gave the world another sneak peak of his forthcoming album. Jamie xx’ “Loud Places” is a huge track featuring the dreamy vocals of Romy, which you can hear in the latest aRod mix. I’m here today, however, to talk about a sick remix from Eekkoo. This Canadian producer has some really sick tech tracks, and he does a great job with this “Loud Places” remix. The original percussive elements are reworked with a tough yet uplifting bass arrangement to keep you dancing. Enjoy the track below!
LA’s own Lazerdisk have proven themselves to be quite the killers of anything future bass. Yesterday, they released a remix of New Orleans bounce music legend Big Freedia, and it’s a big one. “Ol’ Lady” comes originally packed with some flavorful vocals to work with, and are complemented nicely by the arrangement produced by Lazerdisk. Big synth chord progressions and bass kicks line the dance segment of the track, and keep it interesting. Grab this one for free now.
Felix Jaehn has been at the forefront of the tropical/feelgood house movement for some time now, and continues to churn out tunes at a machine-like pace. His latest effort is a remix for Alina Baraz & Galimatias, a cool reworking of “Fantasy.” An infectious melody, unique vox sampling and some island percussion keep this one fresh, coninuing the string of nice releases from the young producer. Keep an eye out for Felix Jaehn and stream his “Fantasy” remix below.
If there’s one thing we cal always count on from our pal Viceroy, it’s a wicked remix. Today, he set his sights on Jagged Edge‘s classic jam “Where The Party At?” A rolling bassline and bright melody are a recurring weapon in the producer’s arsenal, and he’s whipped them out in full force. Just in time for Summer pool parties, it would seem that Viceroy has hit full stride in his releases once again. Download this one for free below.
SoySauce, one of the newest additions to the AM Only family, has done it again. Their unique productions always strike the strings of the masses, garnering tons of plays and downloads. This time, they opted to remix Stalking Gia and her track “Born Free.” The unique midtempo production features some really unique percussive elements coupled with some tough bass. Wrapped around the original vox, the many of facets of this track really come together nicely. Download for free here.
Two of the dopest dudes in future bass music have come together to do unspeakable things to “Throw Some D’s.” LUCA LUSH and Dirty Chocolate successfully flipped the hood anthem into one of the hardest hitting tracks I’ve heard in a minute. Their drum kit percussion selection coupled with some seriously tough bass make this one an absolute club killer. Grab the free download now and play this one super loud.
Say hello to Los Angeles-based songstress Lex Famous. This past week, she released an edit of Rufus Du Sol‘s tune “Desert Night,” and she did it right. Ethereal flowing vox carry you through this track and refuse to put you down. This track’s been on repeat over at our camp, so grab the free download below and join the party. Her dreamy pipes have been featured by the likes of Benson and Overjoy, so make sure to go ahead and check out “Hot Mess” and “Monsterous” while you’re at it.
It’s Miami season once again, and that only means one thing: funky track edits catered for late night dance parties. My Digital Enemy has done the honor of dropping a nasty edit of Missy Elliot and their original tune “Bassline Soundz.” That string melody you know all too well is sampled seemlessly in the melodic arrangement. The big bass drops brings in the mashed vox and make for a sick party tune. Grab this one for free and keep your eye on My Digital Enemy.