Years of hard work continue to pay off for duo SOUND OF STEREO, and this sentiment is echoed with the release of the “Origin/Terminal” remix package, a chill and vibey set of tracks that manages to pack a punch while maintaining a low-key level of scintillating solidarity. The package breathes new life into the original EP with remixes by COLD BLANK, CYBERPUNKERS, MIGHTYFOOLS, ASTRONOMAR, and CRAIG WILLIAMS. The remixes are allowed the freedom of being more bass-driven and even a tad darker, especially in the case of the Craig Williams remix of “Terminal.” Crisp and gleaming, the remixes provided by the five contrasting producers will appeal to a variant of tastes and top choice music enthusiasts.
With an erogenous babes-and-ass-filled video, it’s no doubt this erotic electro banger received such rampant response. Autoerotique’s “Asphyxiation” proves it is more than worthy of epic remix attention. The “Asphyxiation” remix package features four hot remixes done by Skitzofrenix, LOUDPVCK, Botnek, and Uberjak’d. As if the original wasn’t sexual enough, this diverse compilation of remixes is sure to give you a series of eargasms like none you’ve ever had before!
Keys N Krates have been around for like, five years and it seems to me like there is no better time to become a super fan of this duo than right freaking now. With the release of “Treat Me Right EP” and its respective remixes (provided by the likes of GRANDTHEFT, LAZERDISK PARTY SEX, AND THUGLI), they’ve given us the gift of a low-key yet outrageously dance-worthy masterpiece. The tempo is steady, the vocal overlay isn’t overwhelming and gets straight to the point, and there is an overall feeling of hearing musical magic that just feels right; it’s memorable and oh-so-enjoyable without feeling like you’re getting punched in the face by basslines and wibbly wobbly wubs. Keys N Krates bring their unique minds and musical prowess together brilliantly, as proven by “Treat Me Right” in all of its mellow and perfectly executed magic.
Keys N Krates “Treat Me Right” (Official Music Video)
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Tommy Trash, an Australian born producer with a lion’s mane and a pension for partying hard as hell, is unleashing his raw talent upon us with the release of “Blair Bitch Project” and its accompanying remixes. Five tracks total, “Blair Bitch Project” takes the idea of regular remixes to a whole new level; each track sounding like a separate entity hell bent on making you groove. Tommy, a Grammy nominated producer, made one track of solid genius and let his friends take over from there; in this case, his friends are VCO, Hot Mouth, Mumbai Science, and Sound of Stereo. With a stable like that, you know the outcome is going to be diverse and oozing with irresistible sounds that will make your ears weep with joy.
When Steve Aoki teamed up with Angger Dimas and My Name Is Kay, the result was the totally electrifying underground hit “Singularity”. Now we’re back with the “Singularity” remixes provided by Tim Mason, Topher Jones, and Oliver Twizt. The new remixes improve on the already flawless design of a track that was spellbinding all on its own.
Remember the days when dance music was a little chill, a little vibey, a little relaxed? The kind of music that sounded perfect coming from your computer speakers as you stayed up late to do your homework, and just as perfect coming from your car speakers while you cruised your city at dusk? It could be played loud, but wasn’t so nuts that your mom would inform you that you’d be deaf by thirty if you didn’t turn that racket down. There’s a fine line between noise for the sake of noise and perfection at its purest, and at Dim Mak Records, we strive to bring you the latter.
That’s exactly the case with the release of “The Wanderer”, brought to your ear holes by Romanthony vs. Kevin McKay. A sound harking back to the early days of dance, but with modern twists and turns that are sure to get you hella amped, “The Wanderer” is a subtle yet undeniably catchy tune that comes packing heat. While the original track is more laid back, the remixes grow increasingly more intense as you go through the EP, and each version of the song showcases a unique turn on an already golden original sound. Turn up the volume, sit back and relax, and let the summer of 2013 roll in on the back of “The Wanderer”.
Beltek is back with a great remix package on Dim Mak Records. “Party Voice” which was featured on New Noise Vol. 2 release, is so good that we wanted you guys to have a whole heavy hitting in your face banger package with remixes from D.O.D, Soundkeepers, Mitchel Kelly and more.
Following up Proxy’s recently released MFTEJ Part 2 is his Who Are You? EP, out today.”Proxy’s up-tempo title track is carried by an alternating kick-snare and an adrenalizing low-end chomp, the female sample in between drops reinforcing the song’s bad-ass attitude. Rounding out the EP are sufficiently rowdy remixes of “Who Are You?” from Pilo, Attaque, Trumpdisco and the Sneekers.”
After closing out Tomorrowland, one of the world’s top events of 2012, with Steve Aoki, PeaceTreaty “In Time” featuring Anabel Englund says ‘hello’ to the new year bearing remixes by The 8th Note and Singularity. Supported not only by Tiesto, Afrojack and Hardwell, but Morgan Page and David Guetta are all showing love for PeaceTreaty “In Time” Remix Package. Now available everywhere digitally.
‘Phat Brahms’ has traveled a long way since its initial creation in 2012. The dynamic track created by Steve Aoki, Angger Dimas vs. Dimitiri Vegas & Like Mike was produced during a late night on the 2012 Deadmeat Tour and later debut at, Tomorrowland during a four way set amid Steve Aoki’s closing performance. Since the October release Phat Brahms has become a popular track among the EDM genre as a high-energy, big-room, dance floor piece. Now four months after the official release we have a huge follow up with our remix package featuring nine renditions of the track from Coone, Botnek, WolfPack, 3BalMTY, and more.
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