Bootleg, Electro, Electronic, Mainstream Remix | Chris Brown (Ft. T-Pain) – Kiss Kiss (Beshken & Guestroom Edit)
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on March 12, 2015
In honor of Beshken hitting 10,000 followers on SoundCloud he and Guestroom drop off a little edit of the early 2000’s smash “Kiss Kiss”. Chris Brown has been plastered all over the tabloids these past few weeks, and is certainly a piece-of-shit person, but there’s no denying that he and T-Pain had you dancing to this club hit just a mere few years ago.
Listen to the bubbly remix below, and follow Beshken on SoundCloud for hopefully more music very soon!
Posted by BIGLIFE on March 9, 2015
Newcomer producer duo, Rad Stereo, deliver a funky rendition of the classic Notorious B.I.G. record “Sky’s The Limit” and remix it to indy dance perfection. Perfect timing too, today marks the anniversary of Biggie’s death (March 9, 1997). Based in Los Angeles, the futuristic Rad Stereo boys have a sound that truly holds no classification or genre identity. They’ve remixed every one from Earth, Wind & Fire to Milky Chance, with official remixes for Kiesza and Capital Cities. You can expect a ton of music from them in 2015, including a slew of original records that are ready for release. Shout out to to Interlock!
Posted by TwirlyHatMatt on September 10, 2014
Kiely Rich has an ear for exciting, original music. With this ear, he’s taken to Dawin’s poppy record, “Just Girly Things”. he completely flips it on it’s head, making it bubbly, synth-heavy and unique all the same. The progressive EDM producer from Michigan has been making music for quite some time now, and it’s only momentarily until his chance to truly shine hits him.
With Rich you can never know what to expect next, so keep in the loop by following him on SoundCloud here.
Posted by BIGLIFE on July 28, 2014
I’ve seen a lot of talk lately about Kygo signing to Sony. Some congratulated, some even claimed this was the beginning of the end. It’s incredible to me that fans, or people who claim to be, wouldn’t want to see their favorite artist progress. Fans don’t understand how hard it is to make a living in this music scene. The barriers to entry are higher then they’ve ever been. What Kygo has done is unprecedented, yet fans have this ill-informed notion that Sony is going ruin his brand. Sure, major labels are notorious for messing up an artist’s brand. We’ve seen many artists (sadly) come and go because they signed. Kygo, and his team, are too smart to let that happen. Kygo is going to be just fine.
Posted by jeffwbaird on July 23, 2014
In the not-too-distant past, the production that a rapper could obtain while still positioning themselves as independent artists wasn’t all that important. It was trendy — largely because of Lil Wayne’s Dedication series — for artists to recycle industry beats, and thus they didn’t necessarily need high-quality original production to fuel a career. That tendency has shifted, though, and most successful startups in this market have at least one reliable instrumentalist whose work helps them define their sound. Few, if any, are as gifted and as significant in shaping their overall sound as One Love—best-known as the production half of Kinetics & One Love.
Since K&1L’s critically acclaimed You Are Not Alone released in 2012, One Love has produced for a number of Atlantic Records’ talents, including Neon Hitch and—most recently—Melanie Martinez. Today he’s released his first official remix, to Melanie Martinez’s new single, “Dollhouse”—a song he originally produced as well. While the primary version has accrued over two million views on YouTube already, One Love has utilized the strengths of Melanie’s vocals and reconstructed the darker-themed beat into a summer smash. The increased BPM, coruscating synths, and added melodic qualities of the production entirely change the listening experience, while retaining the meaning of its original. Check out the track below, and follow One Love using the links below.
Mainstream Remix | Dash Berlin & Jay Cosmic Ft. Collin Mcloughlin – Here Tonight (Carita La Nina Remix)
Posted by BIGLIFE on July 10, 2014
It’s no secret that Dash Berlin has a hit on his hands. Released July 4th via Armada, “Here Tonight” is quickly climbing on the Beatport and iTunes dance charts as we inch closer to the official video release. In the mean time, Carita La Nina drops her interpretation of Dash’s “Here Tonight” smasher that’s definitely festival ready. Feel the love inside us here tonight, here tonight! Ripper city!
Posted by BIGLIFE on July 3, 2014
I didn’t care for the original. However, Disclosure try their hand at Usher’s “Good Kisser” with moderately impressive results. I liked the “Frontin'” remix better, but I’ll take new Disclosure as I get it. Perhaps they’ve set the bar so high musically that I’m being too tough on them. That might be the case, but it’s our job to call it like we see it. Regardless, it still smells like a label induced remix to us.