Posts by Mel
Exclusive, Featured, Progressive House | FNT Premiere: Tom Piper – You Don’t Know (Karboncopy Remix)
Posted by Mel on October 10, 2014
If we’re talking about two guys from Australia, Karboncopy is probably the duo who has provided me with the most pleasurable experience in the past 48 hours from a male. They have released some really good music in the past, but this one is my favorite and has been on repeat since I first heard it two days, or 48 hours ago. An official remix of Tom Piper’s “You Don’t Know” is what they were tasked with and it came out spectacularly. An understated piano carries the excellent vocals to the build where the anthemic melody takes over and climaxes powerfully at the drop. This remix is as good or better than the original, which is also below, and probably Karboncopy’s best to date. The stream can be found exclusively below and the song can be found on Beatport next Monday, October 13th.
Beatport: Tom Piper – You Don’t Know
Posted by Mel on August 20, 2014
Karboncopy is back at it, this time in the form of a free remix. This remix was originally in the remix competition for J-1’s “Sea Chords” but for some reason didn’t win. Seeds are planted then they grow into flowers and then are given to women so really it’s just a stepping stone for the guys. If you think about that long enough, I’m sure it’ll make sense. They say this is one of their favorites and that’s believable because it’s one of their best. The quality of their productions is always getting better and they are now consistently putting out great tracks.
Free Download: J-1 feat. Veela – Sea Chords (Karboncopy Remix)
Posted by Mel on August 16, 2014
Think about the first time a sweet little something special graced the inside of your mouth. They come in a variety of colors and even flavors, but we all know that there is clearly one better than the rest. That’s right, the latest song by No Limits is comparable in quality to an orange Starburst. While not the best flavor, it still holds its own and makes for a pleasurable experience if you feel like chewing something for a minute and a half. If for some reason this metaphor isn’t doing it for you, I’ll word it in a way that’s not stupid. This is probably not their best song but it is still good and worthy of a listen. Even when they make something that doesn’t top their previous release, it is still of a high enough quality that it deserves to be heard.
Free Download: No Limits – Body Full Of Lightning
Posted by Mel on August 13, 2014
Lost kings have been two of my favorite producers as of late. Their remix of “Latch” is amazing and remains one of my favorite songs at the moment. Their follow up to that, a remix of Local Native’s “Black Balloons” is equally as impressive. The rolling melody after the slow, piano filled bridge makes for such a powerful drop. As I’ve said in my previous post for them, these two guys are ones to watch.
Free Download: Local Natives – Black Balloons (lost kings remix)
Posted by Mel on August 12, 2014
I can’t quite remember how I first came across Gryffin or how the heck that sesame seed got in my washroom, but ever since I first heard this song yesterday, I’ve been thinking about it sometimes. The vocals are great and the production is much better than the original. It has a chill, yet uplifting feel to it. It is pretty much the musical equivalent of driving around late at night in residential areas way too fast and with a sick exhaust, but in a good way. Free download of course.
Free Download: Nico & Vinz – Am I Wrong (Gryffin Remix)
Posted by Mel on August 11, 2014
Oh Honey’s “Be Okay” was a big success, garnering well over a million plays on Youtube and 750k plays on Soundcloud. Matt DiMona has also had success recently, with his last two tracks combining for over 400k plays. His remix of Nikyee Heaton’s “Bad Intentions” was fantastic and is what really put him on the map. He has put his own spin of, as he calls it, feel good house on the original and it turned it great. Perfect for pool parties, as people always say, or even for watching people walk by your house, if you’re into that sort of thing. While you wait for the EP containing this remix to be released tomorrow, you can enjoy the stream exclusively below.
Posted by Mel on August 6, 2014
Since Kygo and Thomas Jack made tropical house popular, more and more artists are joining them and their style of music. Bearson, an 18 year old from Norway is one of those artists and he is producing music at the same level as those two. Chilled bass, soothing vocals and of course that tropical vibe is what his latest remix consists of and it is fantastic.
Free Download: Susie Suh x Robot Koch – Here With Me (Bearson Remix)