House, Remix | EDX’s “Missing” Gets The Remix Treatment From Joe Stone and Nytron

Posted by on May 25, 2016

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Most dance music fans, even the casual ones, have heard EDX’s original, “Missing.” The track, which was released earlier this year, has gone on to garner over 8 million plays online and counting, on its way to becoming one of the biggest dance tracks of the year. The talented Swiss producer has continued to push the record, as he’s enlisted the Netherlands-based Joe Stone and Brazil’s Nytron to deliver two impressive remixes of his chart-topping original. First up is Joe Stone, who infuses the track with soaring piano riffs and a groovy bassline sure to tear up the dance floor. Hot on Stone’s heels is Nytron, who showcases his left-leaning, indie dance style with slick guitar work and heavy synth stabs on his remix. The remix pack is now available to buy/stream on online retailers.

Electronic | Jenaux’s “Is It Love” Remix is out of this world

Posted by on May 18, 2016

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3LAU’s “Is It Love” has become one of the feel good tracks of the summer, and today the remixes were finally released for it! First up is Jenaux’s funky take on the track that truly brings out the emotion of the piece but also allows the opportunity for a dance floor smashing drop. Fresh off the release of his first original in over a year, “Get It On” (which you should all check out by the way), Jenaux combines his signature guitar and breakbeat rhythms in this remix which is sure to be a hit. Check out the track now and be sure to download it, because all proceeds go to Pencils of Promise, an incredible charity that helps build schools in developing countries!

Pop | Calypso’s debut single “Numbered” leaves us hungry for more

Posted by on May 11, 2016

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‘Numbered’ is the first taste of Calypso’s debut four-track EP, and if this is anything to go by, we are certainly in for a treat. The Tasmanian artist’s beautiful voice perfectly compliments the piano/guitar based melody to create a track that is melodic, uplifting, yet also upbeat. From the artist herself: “The story behind ‘Numbered’ is quite obvious through the lyrics in the song; it’s about the struggle between two people as their love for each other is coming to an end – the painful experience of wanting to keep somebody close, but knowing that you will eventually have to let go.” This story is beautifully told throughout the track, with the closing sax line being the cherry on top. Check out “Numbered” now and be sure to follow Calypso as we’re sure she has some magic coming our way soon.

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Indie | Gryffin’s Remix of CHVRCHES’ “Clearest Blue” Is Summer Captured In 4 Minutes

Posted by on April 26, 2016

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There’s no denying that we’re huge fans of Gryffin over here at Fresh New Tracks. The talented multi-instrumentalist not only pushes the boundaries of dance music with his forward-thinking brand of house, but he’s also managed to find a sound that appeals to his dance fans, while still maintaining enough mainstream appeal to crossover into pop. His latest effort, a remix of CHVRCHES’ “Clearest Blue,” is an ode to his impressive production talent, as he takes on the Scottish indietronica band’s biggest hit, and infuses it with his signature melodic house style with soaring guitar riffs, a big bass line, and pulsing synths.

Future Funk | Jerry Folk Releases A Smooth Future House Track Ahead of North American Tour

Posted by on April 14, 2016

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Jerry Folk has been known to deliver smooth, sensual nu-disco and house music that is appealing to the masses, as seen in his nearly 20 million SoundCloud streams. Now, the Norwegian producer is taking his signature sound on the road with his inaugural North American tour, which kicks off at Coachella this weekend and features stops at Hangout Music Festival before wrapping up at Camp Bisco. In addition to the exciting tour announcement, Folk has unveiled his latest release, “Been A While,” which delivers the perfect dose of vibey goodness. Lush harps and bubbly drums set the stage for the track before Folk introduces a howling guitar top line over the future bass production. “Been A While” is an easy choice for this summer’s dance music anthem, so check it out above, and make sure to take a peep at Jerry Folk’s tour dates after the jump.

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Chill | Starley shares beautiful original “Call on Me”

Posted by on April 12, 2016

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A combination of a warm organic guitar rhythm holstered by a timeless vocal melody, Starley has created nothing short of beautiful with her latest release, “Call On Me.” Using a harmonious percussive aspect to lead into the chorus while maintaining a funky sense of euphoria at the drop, this track gives listeners an oxymoron of feelings from tranquility to the urge to get up and dance. It is very reassuring to stumble across fresh talent, and Starley falls nothing short of that.

Electronic | Jenaux’s incredible take on The Chainsmoker’s “Don’t Let Me Down” is here

Posted by on April 4, 2016

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Jenaux has been blowing us all away with his “big-room funk” sound, and he just took The Chainsmokers’ “Don’t Let Me Down” to an entirely new level. From the man himself: “I pitched the track up a semitone, created some funky vibes, added some guitar riffs, and a groovy horn section in the drop. It’s quite rad and different.” Different is usually good, Jenaux. But in your case, different is always incredible! Jenaux is giving this bad boy away for free so be sure to grab it now!