The UK’s inimitable producer/DJ, Special Features, releases his new remix of SomeKindaWonderful’s “Reverse.” Since releasing his Summer smash, “Save The Beat,” a few months ago, this blogosphere favorite has remained quiet on the production front, until now. Special Features has linked up with Cleveland’s new indie-rock group, SomeKindaWonderful, to give their catchy single a dance floor-ready makeover. He’s dismantled the track into a masterful progressive house number that stays true to his instantly recognizable melody-driven style, while incorporating the original’s outstanding vocals and other subtle elements. Download Special Features’ remix of SomeKindaWonderful’s “Reverse” for free here: http://on.fb.me/190HG1h.
Today, Russia’s hottest export, Arty, releases “Up All Night” (The Remixes), featuring Lenno, MANIK, and Slander, via Insomniac/Interscope Records. After releasing the official music video for the original “Up All Night” last week, Arty delivers an eclectic remix package for the song that’s the first taste of his debut album.
Kicking off the “Up All Night” remix package, Finland’s rising talent, Lenno, comes through an up-beat, disco-infused rendition that’s sure to keep the approaching Fall and Winter months warm and vibey. Next up, the LA-based duo, Slander, reworks the original vocals around booming trap rhythms and side-chained melodies. Last but not least, New York’s MANIK goes for a darker, groovy sound, transforming the track into a club-ready deep house number. Catch MANIK on the Black Butter Stage at TomorrowWorld 2014. Stay tuned for the official music videos for the “Up All Night” remixes coming soon!
After a Summer spent locked in the studio and attending meetings in LA, Kasum is ready for the fall. Kasum has just finished lining up his first single, ‘Glorious’, a collaboration with Synchronice and Ruby Prophet due out soon. Before showing off his original song, Kasum gives one final ode to the summer with this remix. Taking on a different style than his normal vibe, this 100bpm chill trap remix takes Hayley Williams vocals and adds his melodic twist to the track.
Time after time, Elephante does not stop coming out with massive remixes. This remix of Galantis’s Help takes it to another level, and makes a brand new hit. Elephante keeps the vocals, and totally reworks the melody. Make sure you grab a free download and support Galantis and Elephante!
The DJ/producer duo, the Stafford Brothers, release the official music video for their smash, “This Girl” featuring Eva Simons & T.I. After dropping their latest single with an eclectic remix package, Australia’s favorite dance music superstars have been on a tear. Now the Staffords have brought a new visual flare to their addictive track with an official music video. In the video, they showcase a wild club night made complete with Eva Simons and T.I. performing, a Stafford Brothers kangaroo cameo, a pumping dance floor, and more – all with “This Girl” as the back bone. Purchase the Stafford Brothers’ single “This Girl” featuring Eva Simons & T.I on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/ThisGirlEP.
The first artist signed to Insomniac/Interscope Records, Arty, releases the official music video for his single, “Up All Night” featuring Angel Taylor. Arty has been enjoying one of his best years to date, playing the world’s finest festivals and nightclubs to debut his “Up All Night” tour concept, while releasing smash records and putting the finishing touches on his anticipated debut album. After a Summer of winning over the masses with “Up All Night,” he returns to give the anthem a proper visual treatment with an official music video. Premiered on Hypetrak, the captivating video tells a story of a debaucherous journey with many up and downs between three ladies and one man eagerly trying to meet up. Arty will be releasing the “Up All Night” Remix EP tomorrow, September 9th. Purchase Arty’s single “Up All Night” featuring Angel Taylor on iTunes: http://bit.ly/1qywIrn, or Beatport: http://btprt.dj/1qJ3nM2.
Listen to Slander’s new remix of Arty’s “Up All Night” here: http://bit.ly/1tlv0JD.
Following up on last week’s Cash Cash feature, TomorrowWorld delivers Lane 8′s fantastic “Artists of Tomorrow” mix for the fifth installment in the series. Now just a few weeks out from its September 26th opening, TomorrowWorld is gearing up for its massive second edition that’s set to transform Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia into an other-worldly experience unlike any other. With a keen ear for forward-thinking music, the festival has been cultivating a strong presence as tastemaker in the dance realm with its “Artists of Tomorrow” series, and they’ve enlisted one of Anjunadeep’s finest for its latest offering. In his mix, the Germany-based Lane 8 weaves together unreleased jams, and other groove-driven tunes from Jonas Rathsman, KiNK, Redlight, Shadow Child, and more for a vibe-heavy hour of deep house.
The already known, united force of Hardwell and W&W come together one more time for a brand new production and exclusive free download: “The Dance Floor Is Yours.”
Tweet #DanceFloorIsYours to unlock Hardwell and W&W’s “The Dance Floor Is Yours”:www.DanceFloorIsYours.com
Born out of late night studio sessions in Holland and first premiered by Hardwell at EDC 2013,“The Dance Floor Is Yours” takes on a big-room sound that has all of the unmistakable call signs of a Hardwell and W&W classic. Under the Ibiza sun, this track has already been destroying dance floors for the entirety of the summer season, but it’s also ready to set alight festival sets and parties around the world.
For fans of these superstars of electronic music to get their hands on a copy, they must first tweet #DanceFloorIsYours. Once the threshold has been reached the track will be made available to download, giving fans an anthem with which they can claim the dance floor as their own.
Hardwell and W&W
Hardwell and W&W have a long-standing relationship, both musical and personal. Apart from the fact that, together, the trio have killed Revealed Recordings shows all over the world, from Amsterdam to Las Vegas, W&W’s collaborations on the label run deeper than just this. Tracks including “Trigger,” “The Code” and “Rocket,” confirm their status as members of the Revealed Family. Moving on from 2013’s “Jumper,” one of the most well-received releases of that year, the trio now present “The Dance floor is Yours.”
After featuring a stunning mix from Botnek last week, TomorrowWorld follows up with the release of Cash Cash’s ”Artists of Tomorrow” mix as the fourth installment in the series. As people from around the globe prepare for TomorrowWorld’s inimitable affair in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia at the end of September, the festival continues on its quest to define the next generation of dance music, taking New York’s swiftly emerging three-piece under its wing. This year, Cash Cash has been on a tear with smash releases driving them onto high-profile gigs, and now they deliver a gripping ”Artists of Tomorrow” mix that is a quintessential progressive house set, which keeps the dance floor churning with energy.