Events, Featured | Ultra Records Announces SXSW Showcase w/ Bearson, Klingande, Louis The Child, & More!

Posted by on March 7, 2016

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Ultra Records just revealed their lineup for SXSW, and we’ve got it covered for you! If you plan on making it out to Austin, Texas for the music showcase that is SXSW, make sure you stop by Empire Garage, on Wednesday March 16th to catch Bearson, Chris Malinchak, Danny L Harle, Klingande, Louis The Child, and Steve James. Make sure you get there early, as there will be a line, the doors open at 8PM. I personally will be out there, and will be rocking my bright yellow FreshNewTracks, so if you recognize the VMan, make sure you say what’s up! See y’all there!

Pop | Listen to Steve James’s “Renaissance” now

Posted by on December 4, 2015

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It’s here! It’s finally here! The debut Steve James single is out and you need to listen to it ASAP. From touring with The Chainsmokers, working on the new Bieber album, having a multitude of HypeM chart toppers – Steve James has accomplished at the age of 17 what most producers don’t in their entire lifetime. “Renaissance” combines beautiful pianos with energetic brassy sounds that make it a dance floor hit that you’ll have on repeat. Featuring the lovely vocals of Clarity, Steve James truly shows his versatility as a producer – showing exactly why he’s had so much success thus far. Don’t believe me? Listen to the track now and you’ll see why!

Progressive House | Steve James’ Remix Of The Chainsmokers Will “Let You Go” Right Into Festival Season

Posted by on May 18, 2015

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The summer season is here, and it has yet another anthem candidate on its hands. This time it comes from Pittsburgh, from a young man by the name of Steve James. You may have heard of him; his ZHU “Faded” remix has amassed over a million plays, his Ellie Goulding “Beating Heart” remix has been played on Tiësto’s Club Life, and his free downloads have spread like wild fire. His new gem is a remix for The Chainsmokers’, “Let You Go.”

The original was by no means a slouch, but this young producer has imparted some of his youth upon the track, making for a notably livelier vibe. Really we wouldn’t doubt if this thing starts making the rounds on festival stages and summer mixes around the world. It doesn’t hurt that it’s a freebie. Grab it below, and as always support it with some heart action on Hype Machine!


Progressive House | Smallpools – Karaoke (Steve James Remix)

Posted by on January 9, 2015

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At just 16 years old, Pittsburgh’s future star, Steve James, has shown that his prowess in the studio and behind the decks goes well beyond his years. With millions of SoundCloud plays to back him up, he’s already on his way to joining dance music’s elite, especially with tracks like this remix of Smallpools’ “Karaoke.” James has crafted his trademark progressive house sound around the Smallpools’ vocals for a striking transformation, which results in a high-energy, feel-good jam. Listen above and stay tuned for his forthcoming official remixes for ATB & Clean Bandit, and a slew of long-awaited originals.

Progressive House | SomeKindaWonderful – Reverse (Steve James Remix)

Posted by on June 13, 2014

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The common theme in the music of Steve James is melody. It is always at the forefront and is the most memorable part of his tracks. This is demonstrated once again in his most recent release, a remix of SomeKindaWonderful’s “Reverse”. As the vocals end approaching the build, that’s when the excellent melody takes over and carries the song the rest of the way. For a variety of reasons, although most notably because in the tenth grade I was punched in the stomach by a girl, Steve James has not yet appeared on FNT. For those of you who were unaware of him and enjoy the track, be sure to check out his Soundcloud. There’s some great stuff on it.

Free Download: SomeKindaWonderful – Reverse (Steve James Remix)