House | L’Tric Enlist The Help OF DJ James Ingram On “Why” Remix

Posted by on February 16, 2018

L’Tric found the perfect fit to remix their supported single “Why,” showcasing a hypnotic house beat that drowns out the rest of the world in a few pulsing moments thanks to DJ James Ingram. Having been releasing music since 2016, Ingram has taken the vibe of the original and made it into some fresh and new, his experience shining through. A sound the legends L’Tric approved of so much they made the remix an official release.

Australia’s L’Tric have had decades of experience that the average fan certainly skips over, from one of their singles, “Absolutely Everybody,” being recognized as the unofficial Sydney Olympic anthem in 2000, to the single “The Power,” reaching 4x platinum status. Both DJ James Ingram and L’Tric are acts to keep an eye on in 2018.

Bass | P!NK’s Classic Hit Gets A Major Rework From Birthdayy Partyy

Posted by on January 29, 2018

Just two weeks after launching Birthdayy Partyy is already back with their second release. Instead of trying to ride the wave of popularity by jumping on a current pop hit, they throw it back to “Get The Party Started” by the one and only P!NK. This classic got a modern bass makeover full of breaks and low frequency treats. Birthdayy Partyy expand their sound and settle a signature style in with this release. If you haven’t checked out their debut single “Unwrapped” we suggest you do so after grabbing this incredible free download. What makes this even cooler is that it’s up on some digital stores, being distributed through Dubset, the groundbreaking company known for clearing remixes for online platforms.

Chill | Banzo Turns Anne-Marie’s Heavy Into A Pop House Hit

Posted by on November 17, 2017

Norway’s Banzo is a brand new artist that seems to be off to quite a start with his first release, an official remix for Annie-Marie’s “Heavy.” The dance pop style takes root as it’s reinforced with disco elements throughout. Elegantly building into a blend of disco and future inspired drops. Enjoy this upbeat, tropical remix as it defines the production capabilities that Banzo has.


Future Funk | Kaptain Gets Funky With Official Remix For Naxatras Band

Posted by on October 4, 2017

Kaptain is known for his funky taste. His style caught the ear of Naxatras, a psychedelic band from Greece who is doing their own thing much like the San Francisco producer. Kaptain was commissioned to take on their song “Space Tunnel” and he knocked it out of the park. What makes this remix as interesting as it gets is that Kaptain wasn’t able to use any stems because the song was recorded originally onto one channel. That didn’t matter as Kaptain’s remix doesn’t show any signs of the challenge. Instead it’s a smooth groovy song that is one-of-a-kind. This track dropped as a free download, so don’t miss out on getting a copy for yourself.

Pop | Tungevaag & Raaban Keep Summer Going With Remix of BUNT.’s “Take Me Home”

Posted by on September 24, 2017

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Swedish production outfit, Tungevaag & Raaban, are rather unknown stateside, however, the two have been on a rocket ship with European fans. With catchy melodies and signature vocal chops, the pair have lent their skills to fellow European team BUNT. and their song “Take Me Home.” While they maintain the soul of BUNT.’s original production, Tungevaag & Raaban swap the folk and country elements for more current dance pop stylings.

Future House | Jetique drops a sexy remix of Goldroom’s original ‘Spread Love’

Posted by on August 28, 2017

Kamil Laskowski aka Jetique is a 21 year old house music producer from Germany with a love for soulful house melodies and basslines. His latest remix of Goldroom’s ‘Spread Love’ will have you off your seats and dancing along. It’s tough to match the talent of Goldroom on any record they drop but I have to say this one did the original justice, and then some.

Future Funk | Kaptain Revives A Classic With VIP Remix

Posted by on August 24, 2017

It’s not often you come across a VIP remix by an artist of their own song, but it does happen. Kaptain did just that with his classic “Never Will” that came out a couple years ago. This newly re-imagined version takes things up a few notches while instilling Kaptain’s usual funky grooves that he’s known for. Fans have been wanting this one after hearing it in his sets, including one at Electric Forest that was a treat if you caught it. He’s got more music coming soon, but fans can get their fill with this free download. If you like anything groovy, then this will be right up your alley.