Mainstream Remix | Listen To Feature Cuts’s Take On “Passionfruit”

Posted by on June 23, 2017

Passionfruit. One of the biggest tunes off of Drake’s “More Life” project. Texas’s Feature Cuts drop their own interpretation of “Passionfruit” that adds a super cool vibe to the original. We like this remix because it sounds different from everything we receive, and that’s a good thing. Tune in and zone out. This is a tune. Shout out to my dude Jack Gallagher for sending this one over.

Mainstream Remix | Walshy Fire & Clinton Sparks Team Up To Remix WurlD’s “Show You Off”

Posted by on June 21, 2017

Maimi’s Walshy Fire has had a hell of a year. He continues to make big statements with his originals (Know No Better with Major Lazer) and infectious remixes in his own right. This week, he recruits none other than Clinton Sparks (who just announced a brand new radio show on Dash Radio) to remix Wurld’s (check his aesthetic, it’s super dope) massive afro-soul “Show You Off” single with impressive results. To say this remix “takes it up a notch” would be an understatement. A club punisher, the official remix from Walshy and Clinton breathes new life into the single just in time for those summer cookouts and late nights at the club.

Tune in. Turn up. And, Get Familiar.

Electro-House, Electronic, Indie, Mainstream Remix | Electronic, Remix |Wheathin Drops Festival Ready Remix of Elohim’s “Sensations”

Posted by on May 17, 2016

If you’re not a fan of Wheathin already, allow me to convert you. Remember the Elohim track “Sensations” that dropped about a month ago? Well he just released a remix of it, and it’s even catchier than the original.

He leaves the verse relatively untouched, allowing Elohim’s vocals to carry you through the musical backdrop. With rhythmic hand claps and an epic synth-laden drop, this track is both chilled and dance-worthy. The 17-year-old producer has been crafting an impressive array of tracks lately, including remixes of Louis The Child, Ty Dolla $ign, and a collaborative remix with Next Wave artist Bearson.

It seems his forte is taking unexpected indie and pop tracks and painting them with his metaphoric electronic brush. On this one, he turns Elohim’s mysterious and sensual release and turns it into a huge, festival ready banger. Check out the rest of his music on SoundCloud and grab a limited free download while you can.


Chill, Mainstream Remix | Big Z Releases Freebie Remix of “Wait And See” By Monogem

Posted by on November 9, 2015

Hadn’t heard of Monogem before this release but I am going to keep an eye on her from here on out, her voice is simply mesmerizing. Philadelphia’s Big Z put a groovy Heaven House feel on the single, increasing it’s listenable ability and overall swagger. Turn this one and jam out to it when you get a free minute of relaxation – you won’t regret it!

Mainstream Remix, Trap | YULTRON Flips Justin Bieber

Posted by on October 15, 2015

Damn this one goes hard! L.A. rapper and producer YULTRON really smoked this Justin Bieber remix. To be honest, Biebs has been crushing it as of late, so at first listen through I was a little hesitant to enjoy this one but by the end it was irresistibly sick. Listen to the new remix above and be sure to pick up your download while you’re at it!

Mainstream Remix | You Have To Hear Jessame’s “Planes” Remix Featuring GameBrand

Posted by on August 31, 2015

I’m not an R&B guy anymore. I long sold my soul to the deep house train. However, I heard Jeremih’s original “Planes” single and instantly loved it. When blog impresario Stefan Jobe hit me about Jessame and Gamebrand’s “Planes” remix my interest was instantly peaked. And I wasn’t let down. Jessame’s vocals combined with Gamebrand’s production makes this a tune you need to have on repeat on your Sonos player while you crush the most tunes.


Mainstream Remix | Fox Stevenson Reveals Official Remix Of Zedd’s “I Want You To Know”

Posted by on May 28, 2015

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Zedd’s new album released last week, with a surprising bonus track on the album. An official remix from UK bass producer Fox Stevenson. Instead of just tossing in a tone of heavy bass, Fox Stevenson puts a minimal, yet powerful spin on the radio-friendly original, using super fresh plugins on the drop. Listen and connect with Fox Stevenson above.