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Fade (Kicks N Lick Remix)
Our favorite bass heavy duo, Andy Joplin and Jerrod Jordan (AKA Kicks n Licks) are back with another smooth, melodic remix. This time around, these two beatsmiths took on the stunning, drum-centric tune from Jakwob, which features fluttering vocals from Maiday.
Once again we’re shown their ability to craft gorgeous melodies that fit perfectly with the vocals. Combining a slow, build featuring intense, melodic synths with some heavy bass drops and electro style grit, “Fade” is given a whole new soundscape. While it is a departure from the original pop tune, the lyrics hold just enough to bridge the gap.
These two have quite a few shows coming up, so make sure you head to their facebook to see if they’re coming to your tow.
Happy Friday, ninjas! For all of our fans on the East Coast, your night is probably already coming together. For all of our fans on the West Coast, hang in there. You only have a few more hours to get through. To all of our fans in Europe, Asia and Australia, you’re probably already raging pretty damn hard.
Wherever you’re at in the world, we know you’re ready to let loose. Press play and have yourself a good little Friday night.
Africa (Ryan Kenney Remix)
Zedd ft Matthew Koma & Miriam Bryant
Find You (HLM Bootleg Remix)
Mike Hawkins, R3hab, Ky Mani Marley
Soldiers vs. Samurais vs. Warriors (Henry Himself Battle Edit)
DJ Turn It Up (TIGHTTRAXX & ETC!ETC! Remix)
Wonder ft. Kite String Tangle (Friendzone Remix)
Proxy (Original Mix)
Take Tonight (Cash Cash X Zedd X NONONO X Nico Cipriano)
Revolution (Moiez Remix)
R3hab, Nervo, Ummet Ozcan
SLDGHMR & Crywolf
We Could Be Heaven
Blasterjaxx & Ibranovski
Astronaut (Lukav x Suprem Festival Trapleg)
MEAUX GREEN & TROPKILLAZ
Pump Up The Volume
Just Fine & Ecotek
The Godfather (Atik Remix)
RL Grime & What So Not
Johnny Rocket Man
Ruben Haze has been grabbing the attention of the blogosphere worldwide in a strategic staggering of releases. This fictional character, comprised of Dirty South and vocalist Rudy Sandapa, released “City of Dreams” last week, which was something that some listeners were already somewhat familiar of. A lot of people remembered the vocals from the smash hit from Dirty South and Alesso, but none had heard the original version.
Today we’re excited to bring you another carefully selected tune from the debut four-track EP. “Johnny Rocket Man,” is a slow building, melodic folk tune that takes on a progressive nature. After a few times listening through, it’s easy to pick up on the associations of Dirty South’s production style in the studio, in this completely different genre. With calm, drifting finger picking, we’re taken on a lazy journey through emotion-rich lyrics from Sandapa. The track continues to gain momentum with the addition of some strings that allow the song to take on a much bolder and intense sound than we were originally expecting.
We’ve come to find that this EP has a very cinematic nature, boasting tremendous depth in it’s artistry. Make sure you pick it up on iTunes this Tuesday.
Cr2 Live & Direct Miami 2014
Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano Minimix
As Miami peeks its head around the nations’ snow covered corner, it’s smiling ear to ear, beckoning you to head down south for Ultra and WMC. Some of you might not be able to head down to South Beach, we have a sunny mini-mix that will get you rockin’ flowered shirts and flip flops before you know it.
To celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the label, CR2 is releasing four different mini-mixes from the likes of MYNC, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciaco, Carnage, and Wayne & Woods. Today’s premiere is a taste of the Miami compilation and features 12 tracks from some of the game’s greats.
If you do happen to be in Miami for WMC, make sure to hit up Cr2′s event on the 28th!
1. Mystique - Going Under [CR2]
2. Sick Individuals - Pepper [OneLove]
3. Fedde Le Grand - Metrum (UMEK remix) [ToolRoom Records]
4. Maarcos - Blaze (Dirty South Edit) [Phazing]
5. Thomas Gold feat Kaelyn Behr - Remember [Axtone]
6. R3hab & Lucky Date - Rip it up (Nicky Romero Edit) [Protocol]
7. Nicky Romero, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano - S.O.T.U [Size]
8. Kryder - Vyper
9. Steve Angello, Matisse & Sadko - SLVR [Size]
10. Tony Romera - Hey Bean [MegaTon]
11. An21 ,Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman - Rebel [Size]
12. Murk - Reach for Me (TV Rock & Dirty South remix) [CR2]
Reckless Ardor (Pete Tong EXCLUSIVE) Essential Selection
There’s no doubt EDX has been on a tear the past few years. The well renown Italian DJ/Producer has had giant hit after hit with tracks like “Blessed”, “Hazed”, “Hyped”, his collaboration with Leventina, “The Tempest” and his impressive house remix of “Thinking About You” by Calvin Harris. While we have thoroughly enjoyed a good lot of these tunes and chatting with this EDM giant at Beta Nightclub last year, we’re especially taken by his most recent release, “Reckless Ardor.”
In a departure from the energetic, progressive houose style that we’re used to, EDX has slowed things down with a voluptuous deep house tune. Originally premiered on Pete Tong’s show about three months back, we’re excited today to bring you the first look at the music video.
Directed by Guy Julian Noumen, we’re offered an intimate glimpse into the life of a gentleman who is…ahem…not doing too bad for himself on the lady front. Take a look below, but not if you’re at work or in front of your girlfriend.
After you’re done watching, celebrate the worldwide release of “Reckless Ardor” by picking it up oniTunes, or by streaming it on Spotify.