Hotel Garuda just recently released their remix of Lana’s “Summertime Sadness”. The upcoming duo, consisting of Manila Killa and an artist occasionally known as Candle Weather, who may also be Trippy Turtle (but most likely isn’t), has been gaining considerable momentum recently since the release of their debut “Rhythm Of The Night” remix. Be sure…
The Chainsmokers are back again after their massive Bastille remix. This time the NYC duo takes on Strange Talk’s “Young Hearts” and adds their signature progressive house sound. The upcoming producers delivered as expected with their new release. Stream their remix to “Young Hearts” above and hit the jump to listen to their remix of Bastille’s “Flaws.”
Kygo drops a melodic remix of Syn Cole’s popular “Miami 82.” The beautiful rhythms Kygo creates complement Madame Buttons’s vocals well.
Popular up & coming producer, Madeon, has been working hard on his debut album. Just today he unleashed a gem entitled “Cut The Kid.” The previously unreleased track was created years ago, but still stays true to his sound with an electrifying beat and interesting samples throughout. Madeon has another strong track to his name with “Cut The Kid.” Stream the production above.
Gazzo was one of three artists asked to remix Big Sean and Ellie Goulding’s single “You Don’t Know.” His big room take on the popular tune adds new life it. The remix is full of eclectic drops and melodic buildups. Stream Gazzo’s remix above and download it after the jump.
First off, I want to apologize for my absence, college was a difficult transition for me so I didn’t really post that much. Now for the important part, the good music, The Chainsmokers are ringing in the new year with one hell of a song. “Habits” is a fantastic big room house banger. With pulsing synths and one hell of a drop “Habits” is sure to be a big hit. I am really looking forward to see what The Chainsmokers are going to bring to the table in 2014.
Gazzo is starting off the new year strong with a remix Eric Clapton’s classic single, “Cocaine.” Gazzo infuses elements of progressive and electro house to turn the classic rock song into an impressive remix. Gazzo has a big year ahead of him. If you’re interested in booking Gazzo for your next event, be sure to visit his Giggity profile.
Avicii picks up Syn Cole for the official remix of his popular True hit, “Hey Brother.” The Swedish producer nicely blends Dan Tyminski vocals together with his signature electro house sound. Stream Syn Cole’s take on Avicii’s “Hey Brother” above and purchase a copy over on Beatport.
Kasum has been on a hot streak in the last few months. Don’t get me wrong, ever since the up-and-coming producer/DJ unleashed his melodic dubstep remix of Smash Mouth’s “All Star” back in July, he’s been a name to watch out for in the electronic scene. But once the sophomore at BU won the spot to open for 3LAU & Carnage through his “Night Riot” mix, Kasum has been watching his dreams come true slowly but surely. Though early to say, I truly believe Kasum has quite the future ahead of him. Every remix he has dropped in the last year has been nothing short of greatness. His dubstep take on these classic throwback tunes both revive the popular tracks and add totally new layers to them. Hit the jump to read on and view footage from Kasum’s set at the House of Blues in Boston.
Gazzo sways away from his progressive house sound on his remix of Snow Patrol’s “Chasing Cars.” Gazzo turns the mellow Snow Patrol classic into a big room house festival tune. Listen to Gazzo progressive house remix of Coldplay’s “Atlas” here and stream/download his take on Snow Patrol’s “Chasing Cars” above.