Remix | Prince Fox and Phantoms Take On Felix Jaehn With Their New Remixes

Posted by on January 28, 2016


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We’ve been huge fans of Felix Jaehn ever since we first came across his music last year. He’s primed to become one of the breakout stars of this year’s festival circuit, as he looks to bring his melody-rich style of house music around the world. While he hasn’t released a new track in a while, the German youngster has kicked off the year with a new, self-titled EP featuring three old Felix tracks, and two brand new remixes by his fellow Casablanca Records artists, Prince Fox and Phantoms. The NYC-based DJ / producer, Prince Fox, takes “Ain’t Nobody” and turns it on its head, layering quirky percussions and bubbly bass accents for a dope future bass re-imagination. Phantoms, on the other hand, takes “Book of Love” in a different direction, keeping the soothing melodies and uplifting vibe of the original and infusing it with jazz-y undertones and airy vocal effects. Listen to both remixes below, and get your copy of the EP here.

House | Jessie J ft. 2 Chainz – Burnin’ Up (Don Diablo Remix)

Posted by on November 22, 2014

I despise major label contracted remixes. There’s something about knowing that an out of touch person at a label grasping for relevancy reaches out to notable (actually cool) producers to remix their mindless top 40 radio smash. Just doesn’t sit well. That said, I’m a forgiving blogger and can read between the lines. Earlier this month Don Diablo dropped his “Burnin’ Up” remix via Casablanca Records. It was featured this morning on Oliver Heldens latest “Heldeep Radio” episode, and rightfully so.

This “Burnin’ Up” remix is indeed fire. Hats off to Don Diablo for bringing the heat.