Chill | Suniel Fox Drops Phenomenal Remix EP for “Everwide” Featuring David Starfire, NICO LUMINOUS, Oscure, & More

Posted by on February 28, 2020

The original EP Everwide was very much known for embodying themes of rebirth and personal evolution. The success of the EP has inspired a slew of remixes, which Suniel Fox has collected and released in what he calls Everwide (The Remixes).

David Starfire, NICO LUMINOUS, Oscure, Henry Strange, Frank Royal, PNDA, and Bartek all put their take on the enchanting Suniel Fox releases. The re-imagining from so many young talents makes the remix EP more than a keeper.

“To me music is an expression of the collective human experience and it’s essential that the music I create be a part of that collective consciousness. My remix EP was an exercise in vulnerably sharing my personal experience and inviting my friends be a part of that process.”

– Suniel Fox

Electro-House | Andrei Stephen Debuts On Mau5trap With “Some Chords” Remix

Posted by on June 24, 2015


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Remix competitions have always been a fun way to push producers to throw their own unique spin on a track, and help unearth hidden talent, and deadmau5 and Beatport did just that. The outspoken, mau5trap head honcho and Beatport teamed up to host a remix competition for Dillon Francis’ electro-influenced moombah remix of “Some Chords,” and Andrei Stephen delivered a gem. The Toronto-native was able to separate himself from the other entrants with his unique remix that could only be described as fusion between electro and future house. Stephen keeps the iconic chord progressions of the original, while weaving together big, booming bass lines with glitchy synth stabs and a heavy-hitting electro backbone to deliver a stunning product.

deadmau5: Some Chords (Andrei Stephen Remix): Beatport

Electro | Eekkoo – Eekkoo EP

Posted by on December 22, 2013

Eekkoo - Eekkoo EPHailing from Montreal, the Canadian producer releases a three track EP on the only label that seems fit for his music, deadmau5’s mau5trap. Eekkoo provides a wide variety of plucks, piano stabs and distorted synths over a common theme of fat bass lines, creating a hypnotic piece of dance music from start to finish. While it may be considered a bit close to “deadmau5 style”, Eekkoo has his own sound that has earned the praise of the big boss himself.

Beatport: Eekkoo – Eekkoo EP

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Electro-House | Feed Me – Death By Robot EP

Posted by on January 18, 2013

Feed Me makes his return to deadmau5’s mau5trap imprint with a 3 track EP “Death By Robot” as he prepares to bring the teeth stateside in a little under 2 weeks. The title track stands out on the EP with its intricately layered melody and delicate key work, all aided by a robotic voice. As one of the tracks premiered during his essential mix back in September, “Dialup Days” gives us the glitchy electro and complex bass lines we see in many Feed Me tracks. “Gravel” also gives us that vintage Feed Me sound with its haunting melody and gritty electro. This is not Feed Me’s most upbeat EP to date, but the quality is there across the board. Check out the dates after the jump for the his teeth tour as it gets started on the 29th in DC. Ticket info here.

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DJ-Set, Electro-House | Feed Me Essential Mix

Posted by on September 8, 2012

The super talented and multi faceted Feed Me was the latest to take the reigns of the legendary BBC Radio One Essential Mix and Feed Me made the absolute most of it. He plays almost exclusively all songs from his very expansive discography, mixing in tracks under his moniker Spor and the one other track comes from mau5trap label head deadmau5, with his unreleased work “Fn Pig”. There are whole host of unreleased tracks in this mix not only under Feed Me, but also under his Spor alias. The unreleased tracks are mouthwateringly good and with all of this material being showcased here, we are possibly seeing the making of another Feed Me EP. Dive right into this superbly mixed essential mix and check out the tracklist after the jump.

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