Mainstream Remix | Matt Cardle, Melanie C – Loving You (Ravi B. Remix)

Posted by on October 30, 2013


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Ravi B. is one of the most underrated producers in the game at the moment, constantly releasing strong remixes that are getting picked up left and right for radio, and I’m happy to announce that his remix of Matt Cardle & Melanie C “Loving You” was made an official remix by the UK camp, a first for the young producer from Rutgers University. Maximum respect to Ravi B. for getting approval from the winner of X-Factor UK Matt Cardle (who beat out One Direction that same season…) and Sporty Spice from the super group the Spice Girls! Must listen and support by copping his work on Beatport!

Beatport: Matt Cardle, Melanie C – Loving You (Ravi B. Remix)

Pop | Katy Perry – Unconditionally (Nick* New Wave Remix) + One Direction Remix

Posted by on October 27, 2013



I’m not sure if I’ve told you guys yet, but I love pop music. Katy Perry has been a favorite of mine since “Teenage Dream” and even though I wasn’t a huge fan of “Roar”, I still had hope that one day we would be a thing. That’s only a joke of course because I’m 19 and she is older than 21 which is my cut off. People older than 21 freak me out. I can’t tell whether they want to date me or tuck me into bed at night and tell me it’s okay to be a little below average. It’s a shame really, because when I first heard her latest single “Unconditionally” it was right up there with the time that guy stood at the urinal directly next to me even though there was like 5 available ones as one of the highlights of my week (I think he even took a peek but I can’t be sure). So, what do I think of the track you ask? I don’t know. I just woke up from a nap so I’m super grumpy. I drank a whole thing of Kool-Aid last night it was crazy. I have only heard it twice I believe. Once while driving to work and again while leaning on the window ledge shirtless seductively making eye contact with high school girls who walk by my house.


I thought the original was fantastic but that was only until I heard this remix. Quite honestly, this should be the original track. It has a certain cinematic aspect behind it that makes the vocals burst and the whole track overall feel more powerful. The producer behind this remix goes by remixedbynick, or Nick*,  I actually don’t know because his branding is slightly confusing. It doesn’t matter though because girls love Nicks… big Nicks… Nick has gotten a following by remixing pop songs into slightly different and usually better pop songs. He likes One Direction too, as do I, so I’m also posting his remix of their hit song “Kiss You”. God I love that song. I realize that this post will make me appear less of a man but here’s one thing that bodes well in my favour: When I was 15 my family went to the zoo during Christmas and my mom asked me to wear a scarf. I told her no, I didn’t want to because that’s girly. She got mad at me and forced me to wear it the whole time we were there. I was then called gay by passing by middle schoolers.

Free Download: Katy Perry – Unconditionally (Nick* New Wave Remix)

Free Download:  One Direction – Kiss You (Nick* Extended Remix)


Hip-Hop, Videos | Mike Stud – Little Things (Remix) (Prod. Jon Kilmer)

Posted by on January 20, 2013

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Mike Stud returns with #SundayStudDay and delivers yet another unexpected remix. He takes on a rendition of One Direction’s “Little Things“, produced by Jon Kilmer. I’m really diggin’ this one, he starts off soft covering One Direction, then drops into his verse and finishes it off with a little T-Swift. The video to accompany it is nothing less than what you would expect from the Tourings Boring crew. Be on the lookout for more of Mike Stud as he will be releasing a new project in the near future.



Alternative | The Waves – Good Man’s Brain

Posted by on May 1, 2012

Hello all, I’m Joseph Salzer, and I’m a hip-hop blogger. So this is very strange for me. But here I am, posting a band, on Fresh New Tracks. All pleasantries aside, this song is fabulous. What really draws me in the lead singer’s vocals, and how they work perfectly with the dual guitar. But the main highlight is the lead vocals, going from falsetto to chest voice effortlessly while making everything sound perfect is no easy feat. I’m going to go ahead and categorize this under “Alternative” because I don’t know what else to place it under. Every time I hear One Direction on the radio from now on, I’m going to be asking myself why bands like them our famous, and bands like this have 1,000 views on youtube.