Chill, Electronic | One Republic – Love Runs Out (Andru Remix)

Posted by on July 18, 2014

If you haven’t heard of Andru yet, you are missing out! Everything this man produces is gold. I have yet to be disappointed by a release. Here is Andru’s chill remix of “Love Runs Out” by One Republic. This remix is packed with emotion and sophisticated production. The vocals flow beautifully with the speedy drums and ambient synths in the background. It’s perfect for some late night vibin’. If Andru got your head bobbin’ to this track, grab it for free on Facebook.

Soundcloud | Facebook

Free Download: One Republic – Love Runs Out (Andru Remix)

Mix | Kap Slap – Slapcast Volume 1 (Hour Mix)

Posted by on May 20, 2013

Kap Slap

Fresh off his spring tour, Kap Slap has just made everyones summer with the announcement of a new bimonthly hour mix series entitled the “Slapcast.” Since Kap Slap started a new page in his career transitioning to original material, many of us were left concerned we’d never see his unsurpassed signature style bootlegs again. Luckily, Kap Slap has answered our prayers and released his latest mix, which features those bootlegs we love oh so much. The mix starts off HUGE with an edit from one of the most epic tracks out right now, Icona Pop’s, “I Love it.” Whether you need an hour long mix of continuous bangers for the gym, car, or parties, click the download button below and click the “more” button to see the tracklist.


Progressive House | The Killers – Miss Atomic Bomb (Niklas Hansson & Adam Lindhoff Bootleg)

Posted by on May 10, 2013


Every couple of months my Soundcloud is flooded with remixes of the same song. This month it’s a certain One Republic song, a few months ago it was of, although not to the same extent, a certain The Killers song. “Miss Atomic Bomb” has already been remixed fairly well so I was rather reluctant to post another remix of it. Though I figure it has been a few months so even if this one isn’t the best one you’ve heard, which it is mine, then you at least get to hear a different take on it. The atmosphere throughout is incredible, especially with the guitar during the chorus.

Free Download: The Killers – Miss Atomic Bomb (Niklas Hansson & Adam Lindhoff Bootleg)


Progressive House | OneRepublic – If I Lose Myself (Alesso Remix)

Posted by on April 2, 2013


Damn you Beatport, this morning in the midst of an all-nighter, I saw that this sublime track was released, but in my delirious state of excitement I was directed to the screen hated by so many saying that the track was territory restricted. I was ready to blog so hard this morning all over this song, yet I fell asleep before that restriction was lifted, so here I am just a tired and somewhat less inspired blogger trying to describe to you the magic Alesso infuses into One Republic’s latest single “If I Lose Myself”. The track, which Alesso finished his mainstage set at weekend 2 of Ultra, provides the same melodic character as his “Silenced By The Night” remix, with a euphoric synth lead that is sure to make this an early summer hit. Coming off the release “Rage“, we are starting to what life after SHM is going to be for Sebastian Ingrosso and Refune.

Beatport | iTunes

Progressive House | One Republic – If I Lose Myself (Marcus Santoro Remix)

Posted by on March 24, 2013

There will obviously be comparisons made to Alesso’s remix of this track which is quite possibly the only downside to when a titan of a producer touches a track. Even with other great remixes, it’ll be hard to top that of a producer as skilled as Alesso. Except Alesso’s remix isn’t out yet. Marcus Santoro has put his own progressive spin on One Republic’s lead single that will be sure to keep you satisfied at least until Alesso’s drops on April 2nd.

House | Mimada’s Top 12 for 2012

Posted by on January 5, 2013

With the renaissance of music festivals and growing popularity of electronic music, it’s safe to say my attendance to live shows grew exponentially in 2012 (not that I had that many years under my belt to begin with). However, this really changed my perception of music and how I listened to it. Before, I would see an artist based on my familiarity with them and listen to their songs on repeat in the parking lot until moments leading up to the show. Now, it’s more so that I attend a concert based on the artist’s live talent and/or how much fun the performance will be. When I hear their songs in the future, I get sentiments of that first time I heard it sitting outside in a grassy field surrounded by flag holders or squished up against girls in moonboots rather than it’s premier on SiriXM radio. For me, music in 2012 was not about what would get me out of bed in the morning or play in the background at the gym while I worked out: it was what I could dive into and take me away from any known reality. I guess it’s always kind of been that way, but once you get a peek at my top 12, I think you’ll understand what I mean.