Electro-House | Ansol & Dyro – Top Of The World

Posted by on July 10, 2012

Finally after being premiered at Ultra by Wall Records boss Afrojack that left all who witnessed it with the same stunned reaction, the electro house track that has been a staple of sets of producers big and small has been released. I will not list the DJs who have supported this because it is too long, but this one has already been getting serious play at festivals and clubs around the world and will continue to do so throughout the summer. Dyro has been on fire this year with numerous massive tracks like “EMP”, his “Kontiki” remix, “Raid” and more. “Top Of The World” combines a fitting vocal with a melodic build and a hard drop of powerful saws and pounding bass that will get 60,000 people raging in unison.

Beatport: Ansol & Dyro – Top Of The World

Electro-House | R3hab – The Bottle Song Remixes + Dyro – Seata

Posted by on May 14, 2012

This is a very impressive remix package because there aren’t any mediocre remixes, which is rare because there is usually one or two in a remix package of 4 or 5. Dyro provides the most heavily supported remix of the package with the subtle build and high energy drop of rising synths and thumping bass. The Darth & Vader mix, supported by Sander van Doorn, works on the build adding more of a progressive flare to it with added synth chords and a grungy low end synth drop with emotive key work over the top. Dannic rebuilds much more of the track, adding a bigger intro and synth chords to the build with a moving melody in the break. D-wayne’s remix may be weakest of the bunch, but it is still a strong remix supported by Pete Tong with much of the original build in tact and dutch house drop. Below is the Darth & Vader mix and after the jump are the Dannic & D-wayne remixes.
Also included is Dyro’s single “Saeta” he also released recently. It is what we have come to expect from him, though maybe a little less creative than his recent works “EMP” and “Raid” and his upcoming “Top Of The World”. It has the electro build and the modern talking drop that is somewhat getting abused now, but still in style and quite popular on dance floors around the world.