Rusty Hook is at it again and this time he has released an extremely romantic remix of Yuna’s “Someone Out Of Town” with some help from Katuchat. With powerful chords, vocals and song structure the two young French producers managed to create something truly beautiful here. Stream below and download here.
Dan Vidmar, better known as Shy Girls is a producer from Portland who has a knack at music. This project very well can be considered as alternative rnb or indie electronic. Their latest release is a refix of a Jack and Eliza track. Stream below.
Dutch producer/DJ, Sam Feldt, announces his edit of On June’s “The Devil’s Tears,” due out on Spotify/Apple Music on October 30th, and Beatport/iTunes on November 30th, via Spinnin’ Deep. Coming off of his last successful original, “Drive You Home” with The Him and The Donnies The Amys, this 22-year-old continues to swiftly shoot up the dance music totem pole, gaining ground on his path to international stardom. For this next release, Sam Feldt has lent his talents to the Finland-based producer for an edit of his cover of Angus & Julia Stone’s “The Devil’s Tears.”
On the “The Devil’s Tears” edit, Sam Feldt maintains the integrity of the chilled-out house original, while also injecting extra strings, and his own percussive elements, like bongos and shakers, to give it a fresh groove for the dance floor. Listen above and on Spotify.
After an undeniably remarkable year of Beatport, Shazam and touring success, 2015 gets even bigger for producer EDX. He is now releasing his new vocal version, “Want You (Then I Found You)” featuring BB Diamond, an infectious tune that ripples between deep house and dance anthem, via HK Records / Ministry Of Sound.
Opening with the smooth and intoxicating vocals from upcoming UK singer–Jess Glynn’s current support act–BB Diamond, EDX folds in a rolling groove and bouncing bassline to complement this latest offering, which now strikes the perfect balance between soulful uptempo love song and punchy club production.
With a string of quality releases in 2015 alone and his discography dubbed a ‘glimmering trophy case’ by Thump, it’s clear EDX has well and truly made his mark. His remix of Sam Feldt’s “Show Me Love” is still riding high on the Beatport charts, amassing over 47 million Soundcloud streams and is garnering even more support as the #5 most Shazam-ed track of this Ibiza season. His slick new remix of Robin Schulz ’Sugar’ released in early September is yet another stand-out reworking. It becomes clear that his new original production ‘Belong’ is shaping up to be an end of summer anthem that’s the perfect precursor for “Want You (Then I Found You).”
This remix is as smooth as butter. LCAW puts a deep house twist on “Sunshine” by Canadian artists Muneshine & Grimm, and it is sick. The new flip has some real funk and groove to it, so it will definitely have you moving by the end of it. Stream it now below and be sure to throw it in those Halloweekend playlists!
The music video for Hardwell’s latest hit, “Mad World,” is out now and accurately captures the elements that make the world mad. Featuring singer Jake Reese, the video takes us around the world with Hardwell and we experience the crazy nights that he gets to create. The video never stops moving, and increasingly does so, which shows us that the Dutch producer never slows down and continues to fully put his heart into everything he does. Hardwell continues to expand his Revealed Recordings brand and just opened the online store earlier this month. “Mad World” is available for purchase or stream.
House mainstay, EDX has been a staple in dance music for more than a decade. He has a talent for adapting his sound into the ever changing landscape of electronic music. His latest track, “Revered,” premiered by Pete Tong, showcases his gift for blending unexpected sounds over a percussive stride, assisting his recognizably melodic touch. With two releases in his sights, EDX is back with the 243rd episode of his esteemed No Xcuses radio show. This week, the Swiss-based producer features a spectrum of the latest and greatest house music from the likes of Kryder, Me & My Toothbrush, The magician, TCTS, CamelPhat, Antonio Giacca, and more.
Be sure to catch EDX on tour, but especially at his No Xcuses parties at Create in Los Angeles next Saturday, November 7th and in San Francisco at Ruby Skye on December 11th. Buy tickets to the LA show or the SF show.
01. Passenger 10 – Give Me Joy (Me & My Toothbrush Remix) [Promo]
02. Croatia Squad – Back to Life (LeSonic Remix) [Enormous Tunes]
03. Foxes – Better Love (CamelPhat Remix) [Sony]
04. ID – Revered [Promo]
05. Format B – Chunky (DJ S.K.T Remix) [Ministry Of Sound]
06. Kryder & Tom Staar ft. The Wulf – De Puta Madre (Extended Mix) [Spinnin]
07. Luca Debonaire & Troj – For Gott [Zulu]
08. Braxton – 21 Days (Extended Mix) [MTA Records]
09. Cee Lo Green – Music To My Soul (DEVolution Remix) [Promo]
10. Alina Baraz & Galimatias – Fantasy (The Magician Remix) [Promo]
11. Watermat & Becky Hill ft. TAI – All My Love (TCTS Remix) [Spinnin]
12. Francesco Parla – Without You (Original Mix) [PinkStar Black]
13. Gil Glaze – Funkhouse (Antonio Giacca Remix) [PinkStar]
Major Lazer, Chromeo, Porter Robinson, & Gorgon City Lead Electric Paradise Music Festival’s Phase 1 Lineup
The Dominican Republic’s most exciting music festival, Electric Paradise, announces its phase 1 lineup featuring Major Lazer, Chromeo, Porter Robinson, Gorgon City, and more. On December 19th, this multi-stage, multi-genre and multi-sensory festival, located in Punta Cana, will be welcoming an eclectic array of 20+ world-class music artists for its 2015 edition, just steps away from what many consider to be one of the most beautiful beaches on Earth. In addition to music, Electric Paradise will also offer art, food, design, technology, story-telling and paradise in one inspiring experience.
As the first festival in the country to feature simultaneous stages, and the biggest festival in the region, Electric Paradise is set to host everyone from the megastars Major Lazer, to funk phenomenons Chromeo, to Worlds mastermind Porter Robinson, and house mainstays Gorgon City. The other phase 1 acts include more dance heavy-weights such as Steve Angello, AlunaGeorge, Cashmere Cat, Cash Cash, Hot Since 82, Moon Boots, and Matthew Johnson to round it out. With this just being phase 1, fans can be certain that Electric Paradise will have plenty more high profile names to add that will make the festival even more worthy of a holiday trip. Buy tickets here.
Gary Richards, better known as Destructo, has built an infinite brand, both for himself and in HARD Events, and his experience in the industry is practically unparalleled. Releases from Destructo don’t come around too often, but when they do, everybody knows about it. His latest release, “Techno,” samples the phrase “Nobody listens to techno,” in a robotic voice over electro-tinged synths and a continuously gritty bass line for a heavy-hitting minimal records. Grab that free download here and peep it below.
In the last few months, I’ve gone from hating Justin Bieber to hopping on the bandwagon and conducting the Bieber Hype Train, and I’m not afraid to admit it. Nowadays, you can often find me singing along to his tracks, “What Do You Mean” and “Sorry,” at the top of my lungs while I’m driving home from work, taking a shower, pregaming to go out – any time really. Now, as an avid dance music fan and full-on Belieber, you can imagine my excitement when I saw “What Do You Mean” had been remixed by the fifteen-year-old wunderkind, ELIAS. This remix is the best of both worlds, as there’s just enough Bieber to keep the track organic, but infused with some serious groove. Check it out below.