This Saturday, March 2nd Fedde Le Grand will be making the second stop on his Road to Ultra (North American Club Tour) with Sultan & Ned Shepard at Pacha NYC. Although this is Sultan & Ned Shepard first time playing at this nightlife landmark in New York City, Fedde Le Grand is no stranger to this New York hot spot, playing the first of seven Pacha anniversary parties this past December with BBC Radio 1’s Essential Mix host, Pete Tong. If you missed Fedde’s All Gone Pete Tong performance, then this is your chance to catch the legend behind the club hits like, Put Your Hands Up For Detroit, So Much Love, Sparks, Metrum, and his latest remix of Nikki William’s single, which was released this past week titled, Glowing.
NIKKI WILLIAMS – GLOWING (FEDDE LE GRAND REMIX)
It is not everyday that Fedde Le Grand is able to perform in the city that never sleeps, so don’t sleep on getting these tickets because this show will sell out. Fedde le Grand knows how exactly how to cater to the New York City crowd so don’t miss your chance to experience the greatness of his live show.
Make it BOUNCE! ENFERNO is back with this NOLA style remix of the Hip-Hop club anthem “I’m Different” from 2 Chainz. The remix first premiered this past weekend on BBC Radio 1′s Diplo & Friends.
As a bonus for the release, ENFERNO also compiled a live video remix for the track, showcasing his skills that made him a DMC Champion. True DJing at its finest. Check out the live remix video here.
When two completely different worlds on either side of the spectrum combine, one can only think “how is this going to end up,” well here we have Cazzette, known as the hard hitting, electronic Swedish pair taking on one of Pop music’s biggest singles at the moment, “Locked Out Of Heaven.” Bruno Mars’ subtle and innocent vocal has been perfectly laid against Cazzette’s uplifting melody and build up before unleashing with their signature electronic synths and sound.
The “Locked Out Of Heaven” remixes pack (Including remixes by Major Lazer, Paul Oakenfold, M Machine, R3hab and Late Night Hustle) is set to be released on January 21 via Atlantic Records.
Coming off some huge originals DC EDM talent Royal hits us with a fresh remix of Ludacris‘ “How Low“. His unique trap style is really highlighted by this heater. He combines the familiar hook with an original beat to create a dance floor destroyer. Expect to be seeing a lot more of this soon to be star. His EP TWRK drops January 21st be sure to pick it up. His Remix of “How Low” is available for download on his soundcloud.
DJ Reidiculous is a New Jersey native who recently won the Calvin Harris Remix contest on Beatport for his hit single “Lets Go”. No new comer to remixing, Reidiculous has been working hard in the studio pumping out top 40 remixes at a faster pace than anyone else in the EDM world. This remix of Will I Am and Brittany Spear’s “Scream and Shout” keeps the pop top 40 vibe intact for the verse, chorus, and build up, then drops into a bouncy house track that sounds original to his own style. Every remix you hear from Reidiculous has a completely different vibe to it and that’s what I really love about his style. Enjoy!
Appropriately titled for this week’s December 21st, Michael Woods releases all of the remixes to his original bomb “Last Day On Earth” which has a great melody and vocal to start off with for these remixers. Woods picked GTA, Mike Perry, and Sensproof to remix his dance floor gem and we think all three which range from different genres are worthy of your listen before the last day on earth!
Signed under Hardwell’s Revealed record label, Dannic has been making huge moves in the EDM community. With his recent releases of “Say Nothing” and “Elements,” Dannic is no newcomer in the remixing scene. This remix of Nicky Romero & Nervo’s “Like Home” gives the track a more progressive, peaceful feel than the original, while adding some new elements. This is one of the best remixes that I’ve heard from Dannic, and shows a more progressive side than many of his other, harder remixes. Enjoy!
The M Machine has done a great job of showing there versatility with there recent releases this year. Flawlessly mixing influences of electro, dubstep, and progressive house to make the perfect combination. This new remix of Madeon’s catchy original “The City” gives the pop anthem a completely new feel. Adding more progressive synths and complicated vocal chopping keeps the energy level higher than its ever been before and we love it. Take a listen for yourself and let us know what you think in the comments below.
There has been a lot of talk and discussion over the Afrojack remix of Michael Jackson’s bad and as to whether or not Afrojack should have remixed it. In my opinion I think it is a great remix on one of the all time greatest songs. Afrojack’s mild approach to this song proves to be the reason for the success of the remix. Maintaining as much as possible of the original song, Afrojack’s signature sound is still made apparent throughout the track. I can not simply sit still whilst listening to this track, it gets me doing the Chris Tucker/Jackie Chan Head dance from Rush Hour.
This remix will be available as part of the special 25th anniversary of MJ’s legendary seventh artist album “Bad” featuring re-mastered songs, unheard demos and series of remixes. Bad 25 will be available September 18 through digital stores, also including remixes from A-Trak and Diplo. Also as this post comes to you, today is the third year of Michael Jackson’s passing.
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