Electro-House, House | Birthdayy Partyy Boogies Down With New Mario Remix

Posted by on August 14, 2018

Birthdayy Partyy have been unrelenting since their January launch of this year. At this point they’re closing in on having released twenty singles this year already and they show no sign of slowing down. This week they continue to party on with their take on “Let Me Love You” by Mario. The classic 2004 chart topper got a bass-driven facelift thanks to these two talented brothers. They take a bit of a deeper approach for a club-friendly sound for yet another epic tune. Enjoy this one and get ready for more soon!

Electro-House, House | Birthdayy Partyy Take On Deadmau5 & Rob Swire With New Remix

Posted by on July 30, 2018

Birthdayy Partyy keeps the heat going strong in 2018 with another amazing remix. Instead of dipping back in time for another throwback, they’ve flipped Deadmau5 and Rob Swire’s “Monophobia” that just came out earlier this month. The twins show undoubtedly why they deserve your attention with this remix. They’ve got a ton of great tracks, but this one sticks out as one of their best. I wouldn’t be surprised if Deadmau5 and Rob themselves give this one some love and praise. It’s that good.

Bass | Birthdayy Partyy Get Funky With “Freestylin'”

Posted by on July 16, 2018

Birthdayy Partyy always deliver top quality dance tracks. Fun isn’t something they skimp on when it comes to their records, but their latest may be their funnest – and funkiest – yet. “Freestylin'” sees the twin brothers drop down the BPMs for a midtempo electro original with just the right amount of groove and retro influences. They’ve cleared fifteen releases this year already and show no signs of slowing down. If there’s one act that’s doing 2018 right, it’s Birthdayy Partyy.

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Bass, Electro | Birthdayy Partyy Drop Fan Favorite Fergie Remix

Posted by on July 2, 2018

Birthdayy Partyy have a ton of high quality remixes, but there’s one that really got things popping at their EDC Las Vegas debut, as well as Spring Awakening. That was “London Bridge” by Fergie, but instead of its poppy 2006 form, the brothers updated it into a breakbeat beast. As has become custom, the boys dropped this one as a free download. Think of it as your Summer gift and enjoy it in your party playlists for the rest of the season! This is a throwback done right.

Bass | Birthdayy Partyy Celebrate Festival Season With “Confess”

Posted by on June 18, 2018

The Birthdayy Partyy twins are back again with another release. They’ve been on a remix train, but have gotten off to switch back over to originals. Following up their Spring Awakening music festival set, they’re dropping their collaboration “Confess” with Raddix. As far as festival tracks go, this should be at the top of your playlsits. Birthdayy Partyy’s energetic sound comes out hot in full force, pushing bass heavy sounds like never before. It’s an incredible record that gets better the more you listen to it. And it’s a free download!

Electro-House, House | Birthdayy Partyy Take On Bassnectar Classic With Latest Remix

Posted by on June 5, 2018

When Birthdayy Partyy come out with a remix, usually it’s one of their throw back ones. However, they do dabble in the dance world when they get a chance – after all, they already have official remixes for both Autograf and LUZCID out. Other than that, they’ve put out an edit of another EDM tune and now they have taken on Bassnectar’s most classic record, “Bass Head.” Birthdayy Partyy flip the tune into their own house edit that I can only imagine goes off well live. If you happen to be going to Spring Awakening, you just might here them drop it. It’s a set you won’t want to miss.

Electro-House, House, Remix | Birthdayy Partyy Drop Gwen Stefani Remix After EDC Debut

Posted by on May 28, 2018

It’s not often an act gets to do their debut set at EDC Las Vegas, but that was just the case for the Birthdayy Partyy twins. Of the many tracks they dropped their, a certain remix really popped off. That was “Hollaback Girl” by Gwen Stefani, re-imagined by the brothers. Their bass-driven house take on the 2004 classic is another piece of evidence why mainstream artists need to tap these guys for official remixes. They’ve already released major flips of Lil Jon, Justin Timberlake, P!NK and more with each being top quality. Like what you hear? Check out their full discography as soon as possible!