Remixes

amtrac

Well Amtrac continues to release tracks at an alarming rate.  His latest comes as an official remix for Swedish House by-product super duo Axwell Λ Ingrosso.  Coming just 10 days after the release of “Truly,” this “Somthing New” remix offers a super cool, spacey vibe.  A classic Amtrac bass line lays the foundation for the vocals to do what they do.  Get stoked to see what else this guys whips up in the studio in the coming months. 

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zincnasty

Legendary East London producer Zinc is already making waves in 2015.  His past couple releases have gone really well, and he follows them up nicely today with a remix of The Prodigy.  The track in question is “Nasty,” and Zinc does well to infuse some huge warehouse vibes into the edit.  A touch of acid peaks through the intricate percussion arrangements, making for a dance floor killer.  Then, Spor adds his own flair, sticking to a more classic drum & bass arrangement.  Never expect a dull moment in this track, as he conjures some of the most wicked bass and percussion sections you’ve heard this year.  Stream them both below!


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heysam

Possibly the greatest love story of 2014 detailed O.T. Genasis and his love for the coco.  Needless to say, there wasn’t a nightclub in the world that hasn’t this track or any of it’s adaptations.  Thankfully for us, Aussie legends Torren Foot and Hey Sam whipped up an edit thats more suited for the dancefloor.  The original arrangement leads up to a quick BPM switch and a head pounding bass line.  These guys are doing g-house like no one else right now, so make sure to check out both of their extensive Soundcloud reserves for more big tunes. Oh, and say thanks for a free download.

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justin

London based production trio Disciples had one of the biggest records of 2014 on their hands with “They Don’t Know.”  It’s jumpy bassline and smooth vocals found their way into DJ sets far and wide, and really hooked a lot of folks.  There haven’t really been too many notable remixes of the tune until Dirtybird dude Justin Jay went and made this magic.  Practically unrecognizable from the original track, this remix features a darker side, with eerily pitched vocal samples and plucking synth work.  Stream this heater below via it’s Annie Mac premiere. 

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youthbixel

Los Angeles DJ/producer duo Bixel Boys had one of the biggest come-ups in 2014.  Their #FREELIFE campaign stamped their ideology and branding on the foreheads of music and fashion junkies alike.  Not to mention, their tunes are next level.  Their first release of 2015 comes in the form of an official remix for Le Youth and his track “Real.”  The boys take the nu-disco laced tune and flip it into a faster paced, more futuristic house heater.  If you’re digging this, pre-order it now and show them some love.

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the light

New York based Disco Fries had a huge hit on their hands with “The Light” featuring Niko The Kid.  This week, they released a barrage of remixes from a panel of some big names across the production spectrum.  This remix pack truly gives the listener a little bit of everything, including deep house work from MANIK, a big prog-house edit from Tommie Sunshine & Halfway House, and a tough bounce remix from Bounce Inc.  This whole collection really goes to show how well the original tune lends itself across genres, and you can stream and pick them all up Beatport. Enjoy!

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theo

Let’s start off with Brenmar.  This guy made some huge noise in 2014 with his tunes, including three extremely well-received remixes of Rick Ross, Beyonce and Route 94.  His style is difficult to pinpoint, but obviously draws inspiration from jersey, hip-hop, and a handful of other bass music genres.  For his take on Theophilus Londonhe decided to slow things down a touch, letting the original track shine in a different light.  Look out for his forthcoming “Award” EP set to be released later this month on Fool’s Gold Records.

Enter Sliink Nadus, two of the most outspoken leaders of the jersey movement, which you can explore further yourself in a recent Vice documentary on genre.  These guys have both become very well known in their own regards for their jersey/bass production prowess, and it was about time that they tag-teamed a track.  They don’t disappoint, as they transform Theophilus London’s track into rough, tough dancefloor bomb.  Enjoy!

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Sliink on Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

Nadus on Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

free fallin

Up-and-comer Loosid has been peaking a fair amount of the interest with only a handful of releases over 10 days.  Another anonymous figure, I’m beginning to see a theme here.  Regardless of the mysterious details surrounding the producer, the project is impressive, crossing over genres effortlessly and skillfully.  The previous releases include trap, house, and future house, stepping into a new arena today with this John Mayer remix.  Without further ado, enjoy this glitchy-yet-melodic take on the classic jam.

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tom bull remix

Rotterdam’s own Tom Bull is back with a free tune to jump start your weekend.  It comes in the form of an official remix for the gifted vocalist Ayah Marar and her track “Mind Controller.”  Being that the original is so rooted in the dance style, Bull was given a great platform to work off of.  Showing off a bouncy bass line and cool UK vibe, the remix definitely takes “Mind Controller” to the next level.  Grab the free download and check out more Tom Bull in the future!

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rambo v

 

Rambo V is a San Diego-based producer who has been turning heads with his extremely unique sound.  With popular remixes of OutkastColour Vision and Disclosure under his belt, he turned to one of the more popular house jams at the moment, “Thinking About It.”  Rambo’s version features the standout vocal samples repurposed with a more ambient, spaced out vibe.  During the ladder half of the track, elements of acid house come creeping into the background, further pushing it’s boundaries.  Grab the free download, and look out for more Rambo V soon!

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