Chill | Sound Remedy and Illenium team up to give us a Melodic Dubstep masterpiece

Posted by on May 18, 2015


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Sound Remedy and Illenium are two the of best at creating Melodic Dubstep, so when I found out the two were going to team up, I knew the result was going to be something amazing. “Spirals” featuring King Deco has definitely surpassed my expectations. The track perfectly combines Sound Remedy and Illenium’s distinctive styles, and was beautifully written by Deco and her co-writer, Kinetics. Deco’s vocals really shine here, and the sentiment will certainly resonate with its listeners. These artists have given us plenty of free music in the past, so be sure to support their newest release on iTunes.

Buy: Sound Remedy & Illenium – Spirals (ft. King Deco)


Posted by on April 2, 2015

Monstercat live stream

Live Stream at 11PM PST/ 2AM EST April 2nd:

After incredible success streaming the Splice collaboration between Haywyre and Aero Chord at SXSW, Monstercat makes everyone a Vancouverite for one night. Label regulars, Aero Chord, Sound Remedy, Grabbitz, and Pegboard Nerds will be joined by Vancouver dance enthusiasts at Celebrities Nightclub. This is a true showcase in every sense of the word, where these four artists take over this high regarded venue until the early hours of Friday morning. Everyone who tunes in at 11PM PST/2AM EST on Thursday, April 2 can watch Monstercat at full power, from our home to yours. Everyone holds a special place in their hearts for home – especially Monstercat.

Dubstep | Jaymes Young – Moondust (Sound Remedy Remix)

Posted by on January 20, 2014

I love coming across a good Jaymes Young remix because the vocals are absolutely gorgeous, and the original is awesome. Sound Remedy never disappoints with a melodic dubstep remix to pull on your heartstrings. This one has chopping bass, and some fresh drums. The buildups in this track are top quality. He gives the vocals enough focus to where he doesn’t overpower them, but clearly adds his signature sound to the song. Grab this one for free!

Sound Remedy | Jaymes Young

Free Download: Jaymes Young – Moondust (Sound Remedy Remix)


Drum & Bass | Fred V & Grafix – Here With You (feat. Collin McLoughlin)

Posted by on October 22, 2013

Collin McLoughlin and Fred V & Grafix link up to create a chilled out melodic drum and bass smasher. Collin McLoughlin’s career is like Sushi, he’s on a roll. Yeah, I stole that from Sound Remedy.

Dubstep | London Grammar – Wasting My Young Years (Sound Remedy Remix)

Posted by on August 12, 2013

I just couldn’t pass up posting the new Sound Remedy remix. This track is exactly what you’d expect from Sound Remedy, featuring melodic synth pad chops and beautiful vocals. This track is really a standout because of the emotion packed into it. He doesn’t alter the vocals much from the original, and it’s incredibly smooth all the way through. It’s also out for free!

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Free Download: Wasting My Young Years (Sound Remedy Remix)

Dubstep, Trap | Sound Remedy – Chiaroscuro

Posted by on July 17, 2013

Sound Remedy - Chiaroscuro

Sound Remedy’s new track is quite unique. The track starts out in his signature melodic dubstep style, but takes an unexpected turn into trap about 2 minutes in. It’s generated mixed opinions on his SoundCloud, some even claiming that it ruined the song. I liked the twist and how it brings energy to the song.  The blending of genres was executed very smoothly and definitely keeps the listener intrigued. It’s always cool to see artists experimenting with new sound combinations.

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Free Download: Sound Remedy – Chiaroscuro

Electro | Noosa – Walk On By (Sound Remedy Remix)

Posted by on September 3, 2012

You know something is wrong when you see me posting electro. Or whatever this is…I’m new to this genre. I haven’t been able to find anything hip-hop to blog for the past week, I even asked artists to spam my Twitter in hopes of finding something. But alas, here we are. I’ve always enjoyed Sound Remedy’s remixes. They’re not as grungy and dirty as some of the other music I hear. They’re always clean and well done, with very slow, deliberate builds, with vocals that keep you from getting bored. Grab the track below for free courtesy of SR and enjoy all 7 minutes of it.