Posted by Jess on September 11, 2012
With the “Stay Young” music video reaching over 100k views in little over a week and the song gettting steady rotation on radio across the country, Silver Medallion decided to release GTA’s epic remix of the track for free. The acclaimed duo, Miami’s Van Toth and JWLS, took the “Stay Young” vocal and turned it from a Pop/EDM singalong to a huge Big Room House destroyer that reminds me a bit like a Swedish House Mafia track. Along with the release, a short video edit by CFLO for the remix was released as well. Download the track for free below and blast it loud. R.I.P. to former Silver Medallion member Abay “Carnegie” Lattin who was tragically killed by a drunk driver two years from today.
Posted by Middy on August 20, 2012
After releasing the instrumental version of this great track 3 weeks ago, we finally have the full vocal version of “Night Like This” that sounded incomplete without the angelic vocals of Polina. The club mix is for fans of Dirty Dutch, replacing the progressive break of the main mix with a thumping, dutch drop. The main mix is my favorite of the two, continuing the style of the build with the deftly crafted key play in the melody and growling undertow that starts in the build as an ominous rumble. The track may have lost some of its momentum with the original release of the instrumental, but do not sleep on this massive song from Laidback Luke, Angger Dimas and Polina.
Posted by Middy on July 16, 2012
Afrojack did not only drop jaws at UMF when he played “Top Of The World” for the first time, he also put them back down on the floor when he premiered this track with Lil John yelling all over the place, telling you just how special it was to avoid rips of the track. Afrojack has risen to the level of a global superstar, occasionally crossing over into pop and doing songs with pop superstars in the US, while remaining true to his Dutch style and still cranking out those bleeps and bloops that caused people to fall in love with him in the first place. The guitar melody, combined with the massive, big room chord progression provide the perfect build into the hard electro / dutch drop that will Rock Your House and your neighbor’s as well. He also shows off his creativity and production skill with an interesting percussion and piano interlude providing a whole array of styles all within the one song. Another fantastic production from Afrojack and as they say, “If it ain’t Dutch, it ain’t much”.
Beatport: Afrojack – Rock The House
Posted by Sev on May 21, 2012
I have been wanting to release an exclusive track from :Dface ever since I started getting into his Moombahcore remixes a while back. Well I finally got it all worked out and we are left with this unexpected, yet mindblowing Dirty Dutch transitioning to Moombahton remix of the popular, Call Me Maybe. This track won me over after the first play. :Dface uses the vocals superbly by accompanying them with his melody, then building up to the dope Afrojack styled drop which surprised me coming from him. It isn’t over there, because the second drop is even better. He incorporates his signature Moombahton style into the end by slowing down the second drop and slamming us with those Moombah flavored drums mixed with the dutch synths.
Posted by GMONEY on March 18, 2012
Some of you may remember DJ Rav from his recent FNT DJ set. This mix master with an affinity for everything House fills his sets with the perfect medley of Dutch, Progressive, and Eletro. His latest project, House Nation 2012 Vol 1, will send any house-head into an hour long bender of music bliss.
Download: DJ Rav – House Nation 2012 Vol 1
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Posted by Sev on March 13, 2012
Afrojack back at it again with yet another big release this week entitled Fatility. Still keeping the standards high after his previous release with Shermanology, this track brings in that same Dirty Dutch style we were so used to hearing from him in his early days. We saw little glimpses of this banger on live stream a few weeks ago and since then the fans have been dying for its release. Through the buildup we can progressively hear those signature Afrojack sounds we are so accustomed to hearing, while slowly building up to that sexy, high pitched dirty dutch drop. Ill leave you guys with some words from the wise, “If it ain’t Dutch it ain’t much.” -Middy.