Posted by Mel on December 6, 2013
Avicii’s “All You Need Is Love” didn’t make the final cut for his album and was only available as a Spotify bonus track. If I had to guess, the reason being for that is probably because, aside from the catchy melody that is in every Avicii song, it was extremely one-dimensional and clearly one of his earlier productions from before his style progressed into what majority of the album consisted of. Maestro Harrell, a DJ, producer, singer and actor from Chicago is the man who gave “All You Need Is Love” some substance and made it into a track worth multiple listens.
Free Download: Avicii – All You Need Is Love (Maestro Harrell Remix)
Posted by VMan on December 5, 2013
How fitting for throwback Thursday, 21 year old DJ/Producer Shmallen releases “Tell Me” a deep house record that samples the popular Destiny’s Child track “Independent Women,” morphing Beyonce’s vocals for extra effect. The production is silk, and one thing’s for certain, this tune was made to dance sexy to with the lights off. If you’re about that deep house life, consider yourself served, and make sure you add this one to your playlist. This is a must listen and a must download!
Free Download: Shmallen – Tell Me
Posted by jewcebox on December 5, 2013
Ghost-producer-turned-DJ, Bobby Puma is back today with another absolute heater. He took the insanely popular Starlight, a progressive masterpiece, and flipped the switch on the drop. Stay on the lookout for an upcoming 3-track EP….massive is an understatement.
Posted by mimada on December 5, 2013
You know what the best feeling in the world is? Well, one of them, for that matter – when you’re mood and inspiration starts to plateau and then all of a sudden you hear a song that, within seconds, gets your blood rushing again. It’s 1:15pm and I was already three cups of coffee deep and couldn’t seem to shake the zombie feeling when I stumbled upon DCUP’s latest release, “Magic.” I’m a little out of touch with the American audience at the moment (it’s snowing over here in Sweden for the first time so I’m kind of out of touch with everything, tbh) but I think this Melbourne-based producer has been sneaking by, under appreciated and that needs to change. Actually, you might remember DCUP from “We No Speak Americano” back in the day, and you’ll recognize some of those funky latin vibes in “Magic.” But give this one a spin, it’s a bit of a 80′s groove, Duck Sauce-esque, touch of house cocktail with an Australian twist. Just what you need to spice things up.
Posted by mimada on December 5, 2013
Just a minute late on this but NVOY’s style is so fresh, I’m not even phased. Last week the Nottingham duo dropped “Perspire,” which, compared to the tracks I’ve shared with you before, takes things to a level one deeper. Their touch on old school house vibes give it something that makes it sound brand new all over again. Give yourself some room to dance for this one.
Posted by Mach on December 5, 2013
Versatility is important to me when I think of an artist. Sure they are great in one style, but is it so wrong to want to experience more from them? Lately I have been introducing Masq as an up and coming Neuro-Hop producer, but that is not all that he can do. He just dropped this wonderful Nu-Disco remix of Alina Baraz & Galimatias “Make You Feel”. One can not help but get lost into the deep vibes on this remix.
Free Download: Alina Baraz & Galimatias – Make You Feel (Masq Remix)
Posted by Middy on December 4, 2013
Filtercrush, having had their edit of “Show Me Love” picked up by Tiësto and played out live, look to capitalize on that momentum with another strong remix of Passenger’s “Let Her Go”. Surprisingly, Passenger are a band that do not get many remixes, even though they seem very malleable for a dance music makeover. NYC duo, Filtercrush add their own spin on the track with a big, emotive melody and punchy drums, making it perfect for their live sets.
Free Download: Passenger – Let Her Go (Filtercrush Remix)