Lift Off #003
Posted by Middy on August 17, 2012
It has been a little while since the last Lift Off, but me and w8 are back with a vengeance this week with a post jam packed with great tracks from some of the most underrated producers out there and some incredible free tracks that labels should be salivating to get their hands on.
Marco V has released his latest track “10PM”, which by the sound of it, would be good at 10pm or at 3am with its big room build and the club oriented breakdown.
Beatport: Marco V – 10PM
Ken Loi delivers on this remix taking the original that was a little bland and adding a grinding electro bit to the drop with an moving piano motif in the build.
Tom Swoon is back with the preview to his remix of Linkin Park – Burn It Down, which you can get right now if you pre-order “Living Things Remixed”. It provides a progressive, melodic side to this dark track that works very well.
This next track is very interesting as it was first previewed I believe intentionally by management as an Avicii fake (pr releases brag about the clicks on the video of the fake), however there is no denying how good this song is.
Beatport: Mr. Black & Blue – Get It On
Synchronice give this great Subfocus track a makeover, keeping the melodic piano build with vocals and turning the break into some heavy electro house bringing the energy up to a whole new level. One of those tracks you will regret not getting.
MANY MORE FREE TRACKS AFTER THE JUMP
Quality over quantity appears to be focal point of Mario Larrea. “In My Soul” emits intimate vocals followed by a drop that’s of lift off proportions.
We had this track by Spenca ready to go on our last segment of Lift Off but it took a minute to digest the superb production in all its inherent awesomeness, and just recently was magnified by the likes of none other than Avicii.
Lonczinski’s remix dwells in the realms of a tremendously well produced track that’s finally yours.
Crafted with a bright synth, David Larkie follows up his latest effort “Colours” with “Niva” — a sweet tune that awaits plays.
I waited patiently in the hopes that maybe dBerrie would at some point take the privacy settings off this track and what do you know, that happened. Excellent work from the rising New York producer.