Albums | Maggie Lindemann’s “Things” gets a stunning remix from Taylor Wise

Posted by on April 20, 2016

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New York newcomer Taylor Wise has been making quite the name for himself with his past seven releases all taking the #1 spot on HypeM. Currently on tour with Gryffin, Taylor Wise just released a brand new remix of Maggie Lindemann’s song “Things”. From Taylor himself: “When I first came across Maggie I immediately fell in love with her voice. With a voice like hers it’s hard not to have fun remixing something” – and “fun” is exactly what you hear in this remix. Maggie Lindemann’s vocals blend perfectly with Taylor Wise’s upbeat melodic sound – creating a remix that absolutely needs to be added to everyone’s library as summer comes around.

Chill | Booyah Riot’s “Till Death Do Us Party” Pairs Progressive With Pop

Posted by on March 8, 2016

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If pop is what you like, Booyah Riot brings this genre and dance together in ways that’s familiar and fun.

Booyah Riot tells a heart felt story of something we can all relate to, our partying and love path tending to intertwine at unexpected moments.

The high energy, happy vibe layered with just as exciting lyrics is what makes “Tell Death Do Us Party” stick.

With so many genres exploding and intertwining lately, Booyah’s single finds a nice home in the chill house realm, so if you think you’ll dig, dive in.

Electro | GET READY FOR THIS WEEKEND WITH ONDA REMIX OF THEY “BACK IT UP”

Posted by on February 17, 2016

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These two producers, transplants from Seattle and now based in LA, are cooking a new sound, bending genres, and having fun all at the same time. Onda’s remix of THEY.’s bubbling “Back It Up” has all the right ingredients for a smash. Not only that, but the flip of the original adds a freshness to the track that doesn’t happen in remixes that often. This makes you zone out, dance, and vibe all at the same time. Really excited to see what else comes from these two.

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Electronic | Emerson Long’s “Heatwave” is a must listen

Posted by on February 2, 2016

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Melbourne indie/electro-pop producer, Emerson Long, just shared his latest single, “Heatwave”. The first of many planned by the producer in 2016, “Heatwave” is moving and emotional, featuring beautiful vocals with melodic synths. Emerson put it perfectly when he said, “This track was based around a relatively simple idea of meeting someone a little bit special…I just want ‘Heatwave’ to be something people can come together and have fun with…Something that can add a little touch of summer to your life.” Given the freezing temperatures outside right now, I’m sure we can all use a ‘touch of summer’. Warm yourselves up, and check out the track now!

Bass | Fox Stevenson’s Music Video “Comeback” Releases On Spinnin’ Records

Posted by on November 9, 2015

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Premiering on a channel with over 11 million followers, Fox Stevenson has dropped the music video for his new vocal tune “Comeback,” the track is the first for vocal tune Spinnin Records has signed from Fox, but not the first tune altogether. Past Fox Spinnin releases include “Hoohah,” and “Tico.” Point being, this dude is making mad moves.

The music video is everything you could want in Fox track, fun, adventure, and great bass music.

Chill, Electro | ODESZA offers their newest remix of Australian producer Hayden James’ “Something About You”

Posted by on July 28, 2015

ODESZA have claimed their stake on music charts everywhere after dropping so many catchy and fun songs. Their new remix is no different than the others. Remixing very underrated producer Hayden James’ new track, the song features that ODESZA classic buildup with a light and airy drop. New ODESZA never disappoints, so plug in the headphones and take a nice little break for this one.

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