New TAI Club Remix of Felix Cartal’s ‘Ready For Love’ is now ready for your iTunes… Or where ever you save and play your music. Download this masterpiece, play it loud, and make your neighbors jealous of your taste in music.
It’s Friday and here’s a new remix for you to love!
“As I was remixing Clockwork’s Champion track, I wanted to go outside the norm of a tradition dance track by incorporating some non-conventional sounds, that’s why I turned to a Kontact orchestra library to add some organic instruments to the track. Clockwork mentioned he wanted people to get as original as possible while calling on all genres and all producers. I also kept in mind Dim Mak’s taste in dance music at the same time. Bridging those two gaps is what created my remix. While the original track had no vocals, I had to use the lead synth as my remixing source; I chopped up this lead into a new riff that added excitement to the remix while keeping the core idea of the track at hand. I also added violins, cinematic drum smashes, trap snares, Melbourne bounce bassline with an overall big room house feel to the track to keep things original, fun and fresh!”
– Michael Wayne
With over a decade of DJing under their belts, and musical influences that span from Chicago house to old-school hip-hop to techno and everything in between, this inventive house duo are bringing us a new groovy tune in the form of “Cause I Like It.” The track, along with the accompanying remix from Benson, provide the perfect soundtrack for everything from a warehouse in Berlin to a beach on Ibiza.
This week’s #FreeFriday gets a little dirty with Yolanda Be Cool’s “Booty” remix of A$AP Ferg’s Shabba featuring A$AP Rocky. Yolanda take the original tune and put a seriously club oriented house spin on it that’s sure to make you want to shake your booty.
For this week’s #FreeFriday we’re giving you a seriously funky house track in the form of Panic City’s “Real Lies.” Grab it and get ready for everyone at your preparty to ask you where you discovered this guy.
Today is Good #FreeFriday, and in honor of the holiday we’re giving away a track that was originally put out on G.O.O.D. Music, because we know you’ve all been on your best behavior. This Keys N Krates remix of Kanye West, Big Sean, and Jay Z’s “Clique” will get you through the Easter weekend with your family. Just remember to eat your vegetables, iron your shirt, and don’t let grandma hear what you’re listening to.
Fridays aren’t just our favorite day of the week because of the two glorious days of freedom ahead of us, but also because it’s #FreeFriday and you know what that means – you get a dope new track without having to spend any of your tequila fund! This week we’re getting excited about the fast approaching summer, because there’s nothing better than day parties, drinks with umbrellas in them, and babes in short skirts. This Plastic Plates remix of Yolanda Be Cool‘s cover of the Ace of Base Classic “All That She Wants” is the perfect disco infused tune that is nothing but good vibes, man. Get ready to forget about your shitty coworkers, bottomed out bank account and disappointed parents, and bask in the sunshine glow of this perfect weekend jam.
If I knew what to do…. I’d learn how to erase you!!
Today’s giveaway came just “In Time” for #FreeFriday. This single from PeaceTreaty has been in rotation on our playlist since the day it dropped, now’s your chance to have it added to yours. Be sure to hit up PeaceTreaty on Twitter and give him a big THANK YOU for creating this magical track with Anabel Englund.
Will Brennan and Day G of NYC-based After The Smoke drop their remix to the No Doubt classic “Hella Good” as this week’s #FreeFriday. Day G and his partner DJ E.A.S. are fresh off their Australian tour and will be including this track on their upcoming compilation. This song marks Will’s second release as a producer and follows his remix of The Pixies “Where Is My Mind” with the The Ethnikids. Look out for more collaborations with Will & Daygee coming on Will’s upcoming album, Black Americana, being released on Dim Mak.