Posted by BIGLIFE on October 25, 2014
Route 94’s “My Love” was a smash for a reason. It captured that nostalgic 90’s deep house sensibility that’s a current trend in the space. I’m surprised I would like this because up-and-comers always try to remix popular songs (which is a mistake) and improve on the original, which is extremely difficult. Young Bombs have remixed “My Love” was incredible results It even caught the attention of Oliver Helden’s latest “Heldeep Radio 21″ which is no small feat. This is a serious tune. Pick it up below.
Posted by VMan on October 24, 2014
Arty is a producer that’s been sought after left and right for remixes, but this remix of OneRepublic’s “I Lived” is what you progressive house lovers live for, that epic feel, where it’s nothing but love, and happiness. You know people will always talk about your lifestyle, what you choose to do, who you choose to hang out with, but at the end of the day, do you, live your life, cause at the end of it all, it’s all about saying “I Lived” and Arty translates those emotions perfectly in this remix, it’s for sure a must listen and a must download!
Posted by VMan on October 24, 2014
I love when records grow on me, and La + ch is a group you’re going to want to keep your ears on, when I was first sent “Hi-Life” I have to admit, I wasn’t first sold, though on my third day playing this, because of the intriguing vibes, I can say that I’m sold, although the “side-ways” Siri voice right before the drop I could’ve done without, but I get it, it’s always good to be different! Def feeling this tune, it’s a must listen!
Posted by Middy on October 24, 2014
Its Friday, so we would like to welcome you to the weekend. The Interns would like to bring their blend of house music to your ears that has seen the stage at EDC and various Hollywood pool parties. This mix is designed to aid in the fight against the mundane life of a 9-5 job. The mix includes tunes from a whole variety of different guys as they dig into the crates for tunes from Nicolas Jaar, Ben Remember, 16 Bit Lolitas and others. Stream the mix below and you can check the tracklist on their Facebook page.
Posted by BP on October 24, 2014
Immediately after hearing this track, I knew it had to be written up. I’ve been in a bit of a writing drought, and this track sparked my inspiration back up. That’s got to be saying something! Illenium, from Denver, brings us this dubstep remix of “Shark” by Wonder Wonder today. I thoroughly enjoy the vocals from the original track, and the new twist from Illenium. It’s definitely melodic dubstep and clearly shows experience in production. I would go as far as to call this “chillstep” – but with a little bit clearer structure to the song. The drops are smooth and the lead will be stuck in your head all day! Download it for free below!
Free Download: Wonder Wonder – Shark (Illenium Remix)
Posted by BIGLIFE on October 23, 2014
It all started with a tweet. LIV Miami resident Mednas tweeted earlier today that he had discovered an unnamed DJ slash producer slash charlatan had stolen his intellectual property. Not just any intellectual property. It happened to be his “iLL Behavior” collaboration with super-producer CID who’s NY based. In fact, it was claimed by Mednas the DJ in question even had the track name changed when you “Shazamed” the record. We came across the story and couldn’t help but do some digging.
Here’s what we found: The DJ’s name is DJ Serafin, real name Jeremy Jimenez. He’s an LA based “producer” who’s signed to Peak Hour Music. He apparently has a few dates booked and seems to have a semi-legitimate Facebook and Twitter presence. Seems to check out. Not so fast. It only took a little searching in iTunes (and Amazon) and Spotify to find the real zinger.
Posted by Middy on October 23, 2014
Gryffin has gotten soundcloud famous very quickly. In the matter of 8 months from his first remix of John Newman “Love Me Again” to this “Begging For Thread” alongside Hotel Garuda that has incredible momentum behind it, things have really taken off for the NYC producer. BANKS has been a popular artist to remix and the combination works perfectly here as the three producers use the vocal, chopping it and manipulating it as well as I have heard in a remix, setting it over deep plucks and distant, reverbed guitars riffs. As per usual with these three, the tune is a free download, so make sure you grab it below.
Free Download: BANKS – Beggin For Thread (Gryffin & Hotel Garuda Remix)