Formally debuted on EPIC Radio, Pryda ambassador and House Anthems favorite Jeremy Olander gives the nostalgic ‘Kinetic’, 21st century life! Riding the deep emotive resonance and solid production values we often associated with Prydz’s peers, Olanders new remix of the 20 year old club classic, stands atop a very favorable remix package.
After The Knocks so politely re-worked ’Only You Can Show Me’, L.A.’s Nu-Disco golden boy, thought it was time for a little role reversal. Already a well crafted tune, Goldroom adds his dance juice to the Knocks original!
How to describe Live City’s current streak of releases. How about FIRE! From Annie Mac’s live show to Gareth Emery’s Podcast: Episode 232, the duo has been busy co-remixing alongside New York’s residing producer Tommie Sunshine and it is definitely working!
It all started about a month ago with their huge uptempo re-work of Capital Cities synth pop Anthem ‘Safe & Sound’.
And finally can you name the only unreleased track with over 30 million YouTube plays? The New Zealand Dubstep duo Mt. Eden officially released their classic hit ‘Sierra Leone’ last Tuesday on Ultra Records andI think we can all agree that after 30 million plays it was time for some change. Live City provides just that! Freshly ground re-work and HA favorite below. Bump it!
If you want to chill way down then this is your jam. Thee Monsieur Adi, renowned for that killer ‘Summertime Sadness’ remix, shines again courtesy of Say Lou Lou’s ‘Julian’. Sultry dream-pop, meets dominating bass grooves. Sounds like magic!
I still frequent Jacques Lu Cont’s Anthemic Essential Mix so I’m more then stoked on this collaborative remix with Steve Angello. The electronic technicians pump fresh life into Depeche Mode’s ‘Soothe My Soul’. Embracing an old-school twist the duo replaces it’s dark sound with fast electro and vintage energy.
He recently participated in a production alongside Bassnectar and remixed the likes of Moby, Florence + The Machine, SBTRKT, and Angus & Julia Stone. Now L.A. based Dubstep producer Patrick Reza is drifting solo and dropping an old-new-rlease titled ‘Vitals’ for free. The slowed vibe and dusting of bright synths make this tune reminescent of Adventure Club.
With six days still to go until the official release of Sub Focus’s new single, try the official remix from Tommy Trash. Driving deeper into the rich melodic properties of his tough yet elegant sound, Trash brings back the same style used in remixes of ‘Ladi Dadi’ and ‘The Veldt’. Subtle pianos and mellow breaks take a u-turn on Sub Focus’s Drum N’ Bass stylings.
The Original plus remix package will be released May 12th.