Elephante is back with a ridiculously catchy remix of Jack U and Justin Bieber’s “Where Are U Now,” blending elements of future and progressive house into the perfect remix this song has been waiting for. And it’s a free download, grab that on Soundcloud below!
Welcome to the future of electronic music! Vanic strikes again, this time joining forces with Tove Syrke for their track “Borderline”. Ambient synth arrangements, sing-along lyrics and heavy 808’s, this eargasm is one you’ll be hitting that repeat button for. Hot off the heels of his last tune “Circle”, it seems like this up-and-coming doesn’t take a day off and each release is better than the last. Available on iTunes, grab your copy and stream “Borderline” below. Enjoy!
In the midst of preparing to kick off their nationwide tour with Kill Paris, Bee’s Knees managed to find time to give fans new music. Out today, their latest single is the first release off their up-coming Variety Pack EP. Titled “Rumored To Be Real”, the single has summer written all over it. Featuring vocals from Marty Rod, the tune has Daft Punk/Chromeo quality. Available for Free Download, grab your copy below and check out if Bee’s Knees will be in a city near you. Enjoy!
TomorrowWorld is already three days of nonstop raving with hundreds of thousands of dance music fans from around the globe. For those festival-goers that have more stamina then the average bear, TomorrowWorld just extended the rave with the announcement of their Magical Train Voyages. Running on Amtrak’s Crescent Line, TomorrowWorld will be conducting trains that will be stopping in over a dozen cities, including New York City, Philadelphia, Washington DC, New Orleans, and many more. The train will transport ravers to the Atlanta Peachtree Station where fans can take a TomorrowWorld Shuttle to the mystical grounds.
The Magical Train Voyages are available to be booked here and using the code provided, fans can receive a 10% discount. Tickets are also still available for purchase and on a payment plan here. For fans looking to camp at Dreamville while at TomorrowWorld, watch the video below to get a sense of the magical environment you will be living in for the four days.
This popped into our inbox over the weekend and we’re really digging it. Vancouver producer Pat Lok comes off his stellar single “All In My Head” with a deep remix of rising Belgian singer Alice On The Roof’s “Easy Come Easy Go.” This track is an ultimate chill out groove and ready for your summer nights.
XYLØ is one of the cooler new indie duos out, and newcomer Vasta just killed it on this remix. Big pianos and big drums, this indie tune needed a house twist for the clubs. Not too much is known about Vasta, but this remix is a great first step into the interwebs. Make sure you download the free copy here: FREE Download
Let me know what you think!
Just over two weeks ago, the mighty Calvin Harris surprised the Internet when he released the acapellas for some of his chart-crushing hits such as “Blame” and “Outside.” “Outside” with Ellie Goulding was an absolute staple at Miami Music Week this year with multiple remixes being rotated, but rising Swedish talent, Anevo, stood out as a diamond in the rough with his downtempo-progressive remix. Despite his past experimenting in numerous dance music genres, Anevo cooks up a guitar-driven ambient instrumental to complement Goulding’s acclaimed vocals, and just as fans would expect the track to take off into a big room banger, the Swedish producer shows off his musicianship by elegantly keeping the tempo slightly calmer to accent the beautiful arrangement he has devised. Snag the remix for free here.
It seems like Canadian producer La+ch has been on a roll for the last few months, releasing a flurry of original singles that showcase his diversity as a vocalist and a producer. Just earlier this week, La+ch shared his debut full-length – 13 tracks of pure indie dance bliss. Check out two of our favorites from the album below and be sure to stream “+” in its entirety over on Soundcloud.
Ferreck Dawn returns to Spinnin’ Deep with a new sound in tow. Combining a dark and ominous bassline with a collection of twinkling piano rolls and emphatic strings, the Dutch talent crafts a truly unique pressing for the forward-thinking imprint. Throw in Bishop’s sultry vocals and you’ve got an after-hours club cut destined for global adoption.
Newcomer Duncan steps into the spotlight with “On The Run,” a feel-good, pop-infused deep house record with a leading bass line fit for the contemporary dance floor. Pulling influences from the likes of Michael Jackson and Usher, Duncan’s music certainly has a crossover feel.
Past guilty-pleasure offering, “Light Up The Sky,” and its placement on the soundtrack of rom-com, New Years Eve, the Colorado native has spent the last several years re-focusing his musical guise. The North American talent seemingly never rested on the laurels of a movie soundtrack placement, as he edges closer to the accessible swell of vocal club records currently dominating airwaves across the continents.
“On The Run” fuses punchy pop song writing and popularized house hallmarks, baring enough keys, low end movements and lasting vocal hooks to hold the attention of both sides of the industry coin. We’re going to be hearing a lot more of this sound in 2015, but Duncan’s latest is as good of a marker for where the bar should be set for commercial dance music as any right now.