Karaoke (Halogen Remix)
Alex Dunsker & Josh Taylor of Atlanta make up the house duo Halogen, who have a new remix to share. Halogen had their turn at “Karaoke,” a single off Smallpools’ debut album LOVETAP!, and released it for free a few days ago.
“Karaoke” was flipped for the Summertime adventures that are just starting to be had. Soaring melodies lift the song to astral levels, and with such a big sound you can’t help but to think this would explode in a festival setting. The duo’s sites had to be on that for this, and if they weren’t, they pulled off a whopping record regardless. Get your free copy, and if you’re a fan of indie/alternative, then check out the original.
Let’s cut to the chase. It’s the weekend, and we’re ready to party. However, before the partying begins, there must be the pre-game, of course. Today, we have for you twelve tunes that are going to augment your, hopefully, already stellar weekend. If for some reason the week has got you extra down, with the help of the many artists, including Anevo, Snails, 8Er$, and Craze, we will pick up your spirits to the proper level. After all, it is the weekend! Time for the real fun to begin. #danceirresponsibly
Kill Them With Colour X Notorious BIG
Roll Wit Em
Maroon 5 Ft. Gwen Stefani
My Heart Is Open (Anevo Remix) FREE DOWNLOAD
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Vs. Ummet Ozcan
The Hum (Henrix Remix)
Zedd Feat. Selena Gomez
I Want You To Know (Dzeko & Torres Vs. Maestro Harrell Remix)
Contrvbvnd ✖ Silent Riot
8Er$ & Lordof Maximus ( Ft. Ddark )
Gonna Party Like (Sloth Syndrome Remix)
To Ü (Ramzoid Remix)
By Your Side (Krys Talk Remix)
Trap Shit V22 (Craze Remix)
Tempest (Zeologic Remix)
Serbian producer Zeologic pumps up the dark energy with an official remix of “Tempest” by Juno Reactor. Seven minutes of heart-pounding trance is what makes the fifth remix out of nine that will be on The Golden Sun Remixed. Although this song is due out on June 5th, us ninjas have the opportunity to share it with you early with a premiere.
“Tempest” was the perfect song for Zeologic to remix, as its misty qualities translate well into the style of choice. The underground edge was kept alive, and the Belgrade beatmaker ran with it, pulling off a stunning display of musical savvy. Juno Reactor’s original was done justice, and soon it will be available for you to keep. All of the remixes are up for pre-order for those who would like to secure a copy.
For Memorial Day Weekend in Detroit, Michigan, a significant portion of dance music enthusiasts will be going to one place and one place only – Movement Electronic Music Festival. The festival holds a lineup predominantly of underground top dogs such as Maceo Plex, Art Department, Richie Hawtin, Seth Troxler B2B The Martinez brothers, and more, but there are also some outsider picks thrown into the mix like Dog Blood, GRiZ, and of course DJ Snoopadelic (Snoop Dogg’s DJ project). No matter who you see, Movement is sure to be one of the top events to attend over the holiday weekend, but why should you have to stop when the festival ends? Why not just party straight through until you’re early morning flight on Tuesday?
Well, Black Butter Records has your back because the UK label and event brand will be hosting the official after party for Movement Electronic Music Festival at the Populux on May 25th. Two of the label’s favorite acts, Gorgon City and Kidnap Kid, will be leading this party with their signature dance stylings with some serious support from Dantiez Saunderson and Loud Luxury. But, Black Butter Records couldn’t stop there, so the UK tastemaking masterminds decided to commission a guest appearance from house aficionado MK who will be going B2B for a special set with Hot Natured’s Lee Foss.
To spice up all your pregame action, we ninjas have put together a playlist of tracks from the event’s lineup to give those not sold yet that push over the tipping point. Tickets for the event are available here!
Here For You ft Laura Welsh
Go All Night ft. Jennifer Hudson (Zane Lowes Hottest Record)
You & I (Forever) (Kidnap Kid Remix)
Swan Song (Kidnap Kid Remix)
The Greatest (MK Remix II)
Teach Me (MK Remix)
Waiting All Night (Lee Foss Remix)
Apashe x Tha Trickaz
Like music that packs on the bass? Then click the sideways triangle above. “Trap Requiem” is an absolute monster of a song. Apashe and Tha Trickaz come together again for an original on Kannibalen Records. Each of these acts are known for their destructive bass music, but together they are unmatched in intensity. In fusing orchestral elements into this beast, they created something truly divine. Dig the massive sound? Then make sure to grab your copy here!
Clean Bandit & Jess Glynne
Real Love (Blaklyte & ALMOND Remix)
Music has a powerful way of speaking to us. It’s able to trigger a multitude of deep emotions, moods, and thoughts through sound. Since it’s that time of year when the sun is shining and the weather is warm, what better than to release music that brings about uplifting and blissful feelings?
The Clean Bandit team and Jess Glynn are both gurus of feel-good music. They are able to develop songs that elicit the most euphoric of emotions and moods. “Real Love” is one of many of their songs that, from beginning to end, pervades us with only warm feels.
What happens when Blaklyte and ALMOND team up for a remix of “Real Love?” They produce musical magic. Taking the original, they insert an upbeat, poppy melody, toss in samples of chirping birds, and bring it all together with funky instrumentals. The result is a stimulating remix that, guaranteed, will leave you feeling refreshed and invigorated. Take a listen to this remix, and trust us, you won’t be able to help but smile.
One listen through, and it’s pretty obvious why some of the biggest names in dance music are throwing support to “Crank it Up.” DJ Snake, Flux Pavilion, Kaskade, Diplo, Knife Party, and more, are all on board supporting href=”http://soundcloud.com/hi-lomusic”>HI-LO: a producer that popped up on our radar with only one track to their name.
Labeled as Bass House, which seems to be a heavy blend of future, tech, and industrial house saturated in low frequencies, is a must-listen for all bass-heads out there. We’re pretty sure you’ll be into the fat, saturated bassline, after hours-style vocal samples, and industrial percussion, especially heading into a three day weekend.
“Crank It Up” will be out on Diplo’s Mad Decent label on June 25th.