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.
Our favorite Parisian, Zimmer, worked with Norwegian singer Emilie Adams for “Escape”. It’s the first track of his “Coming of Age” EP to be released July 10 on Roche Musique. Escape is deep, with warm tones and ethereal vocals, backed by a catchy piano line, before the drop speeds things up. We’re looking forward to hear the rest of the EP.
Aptly described as “Motopony with a little stank on it,” Lonely Boy delivers a disco delight ripe for the summer season. Featuring Lonely Boy’s stimulating synths and one funked out bassline, he makes sure to leave room for the Motopony vocals to walk it out. Reminiscent of Modest Mouse on a spicy one, add this to your sunny day playlist and let the good times roll.
Whenever the latest RA Live Session comes out I drop everything to see what the latest and greatest has to offer. In a world where DJ’s reign supreme, the come up seems to be strong with those looking to innovate and create on the fly. David August has already had a big week with the release his official remix for The Acid which is rapidly racking up the play counts, and this RA Session will be one in the same. Sampling the revered Alfred Hitchcock, August finds inspiration in the author’s haunting words of wisdom as he creates a fully improvised 16 minute live piece that is bar none my favorite session to date.
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.
Slaptop is back with a super fun and unique new tune. “Away” combines happy-go-dancey percussion and pitchy vox sampling wrapped around folk-inspired vocals. The lyrics paint the picture of a Summerscape, and the sound mirrors the description beautifully. Every track Slaptop has released has been immaculate, and we’re super stoked for whatever comes next. Stream the track below, and make sure to grab your copy on iTunes.
As part of the first round of remixes on Auxiliary Tha Masterfader’s latest single “Disco Machine”, we’re excited to premiere the blistering new remix from fellow flying Dutchman, RipTide. If there are two producers who know the REAL side of Disco, it’s Auke & RipTide. Armed with analog synths, drum machines & vocoders, Auxiliary Tha Masterfader delivers the proper Disco while Riptide’s remix amps up the Italo/Electro side for the biggest banger on the remix package (featuring additional remixes by Nude Disco & Broken DJs and Aimes). Crank the volume & press play on the RipTide remix then head on over to Beatport for the exclusive release!
The words given from the out-of-nowhere producer known as Stranger, who within a month has unloaded 4 original tracks along with remixes for Jack Ü and Must Die! for the OWSLA imprint. The sound of Stranger is low end driven house, with influences of breaks, garage, and bassline that go from zero to party real quick. On top of that, his new collaboration w/ Jamie Prado landed a world premiere on Tiesto’s club life podcast, taking things into deeper territory. Be on the lookout for Stranger, as I see massive moves to be made later this year…. grab his 4-track EP below for FREE download.