She Knows (Feat. Juicy J) (Kayliox Remix)
Following the rising popularity of tropical house, bass-house/future-bass is becoming another household sound in the revival of house music. Kayliox, a Canadian electronic duo, is fueling the movement by producing quality future house music. On their latest, a remix of Ne-Yo and Juicy J‘s “She Knows, Kayliox once again proves they’re one of the frontrunners in a new way of house music.
The tune starts off with a standard 4×4 house beat fused with Ne-Yo’s R&B vocals. While the beat mixes well with the original tune, the drop is not as hard-hitting as we would expect. The grungy synth is both subtle and catchy, and Juicy J’s rap flows well with the overall futuristic style of the track. It shows the diversity and complexity in Kayliox’s music, as they continue to appeal to a larger audience by cleverly remixing Top 40 hits.
Stay tuned and grab a free copy of this dope remix on their Soundcloud page! We are expecting big moves from this talented duo.
Tegan and Sara
Walking With A Ghost (Manila Killa Remix)
In celebration of the ten-year anniversary of their classic album, So Jealous, indie pop legends Tegan and Sara will be releasing a re-issue of the breakout project, which will include five remixes along with a book titled Jealous X that looks back on their journey over the last decade. Today, we get the first official remix from the project courtesy Manila-bred, DC-based producer Manila Killa as he takes on Tegan and Sara’s hit ”Walking With A Ghost.” Taking advantage of an already infectious original, Manila Killa adds a tropical twist cooking up some much needed summer vibes as we approach winter. You can pre-order Jealous X, which is out on December 23rd, now here.
Wave yo hands in the air like you just don’t care because it’s Friday, it’s cold as hell (unless you’re in California then it’s endless sunshine), and everything has officially become irrelevant in life! If you can relate to this feeling then you’re off to a good start we’d say. So if you’re ready to throw in the towel and just get the party started, you’re in luck because this weeks FPP is filled with anthems, bangers, and booty movin’ music that will 100% take you 0 to 100 real quick. So press that play button and dance dat ass off all weekend long.
As always we ask that you #danceirresponsibly but don’t forget to bring a jacket this time because it might be a but chilly this weekend.
Until next week, ninjas.
Here It Comes (Snavs & Toby Green Remix)
Snails & Antiserum
Wild (Goshfather & Jinco Edition)
Back Dat Ass Up // FREE DOWNLOAD
Ash Riser X Twiitch Ft. Waxx
Monopoly ft. Varsity Dropouts
Stay (feat. Dive Deep)
0 To 100 //The Catch Up (Someonehad2doit Edit)
Icarus & Rain
CHIMES RMX ft Pusha T, Future, Travi$ Scott, French Montana
Planet Raux & Lovestarrs
Get Nasty ft. Dubskie
Shake The Earth ft. Lyon Hart
Kaskade & John Dahlbäck
A Little More feat Sansa
Song of Storms (Deon Custom Remix)
Panic At The Disco
I Write Sins Not Tragedies (Kasum Remix)
Rapture (VIP Mix)
Dont Look Any Further (Endor Remix)
Earth, Wind, & Fire
September (Zanski Remix)
Stay Young (Midnight Mix)
If you’re into softer indie rock and music with a message, you’ve come to the right place. Fairchild, an Australian indie group, just released their US debut EP titled Sadako. With a sound resembling indie powerhouses like The Temper Trap and Two Door Cinema Club, Fairchild’s music speaks to its audience in incredible ways.
Here we have an edit of one of their singles titled “Stay Young”, which is a track that best represents the band’s sound in our opinion. The tune starts off with some fast-paced drum lines, soon to be driven by these delicate muted guitar melodies. Adam Lyons, the singer of the group, provides us with vocals that are pleasant and emotionally driven. The lyrics are nothing short of wonderful, as they appeal to the younger generation through a powerful message.
Another day is breaking. It seems like my time is running thin.
No need for expectations. Don’t ever, ever give in.
Just stay young!
With such positive energy in their music, Fairchild manages to create a sound that is refreshing and universal. The midnight edit adds a more progressive drive to the epic track without being overdone. With this release, Fairchild is set to make a name for themselves by making their US debut. Make sure to check out the rest of their EP, we can guarantee you won’t be disappointed.
Suga Suga (Jerry Folk Remix)
Following the success of his “I Don’t Wanna Know” remix, Jerry Folk wows everyone once again with yet another instant classic. Putting his own twist to the classic R&B tune “Suga Suga”, the Norwegian producer showcases his talent through a variety of sweet maneuvers. Started off with a housey beat, the tune is quickly led by these catchy synths, followed by a sample from the original’s famous guitar riff that gets looped around. The bass drop of the track consists of an unexpected funky bassline which takes everyone by surprise. Jerry Folk is definitely showing us another side of his element with this one.
The talented musician always manages to pick out the most fitting classic tunes to rework. We are expecting big moves coming from Jerry Folk and we can’t wait to see what other tricks he got up his sleeves.
Heroes Feat. Tove Lo (Kayzo DNB Mix)
With everyone and their mom standing in line to remix Alesso and Tove Lo’s hit record, “Heroes”, we can’t help but fall in love with the surge of creative minds that engulf our ears and coax them with originality. Standing at the forefront of the line is Los Angeles producer, Kayzo, and his incredibly diverse Drum and Bass version of “Heroes”. This young producer has been gaining much momentum in the electronic music community and consistently goes above and beyond the expectations of today’s overly-saturated world of cut, copy, and paste approach to sound design. With his aggressive, balls to the wall, bass in your face methods of production, Kayzo proves to us all that music is not limited to any one genre, but rather how a producer feels and how he/she wants their audience to feel. This time around, Kayzo gives us a spoon full of some sweet, sweet, synthy DnB and it’s a 10/10 for every category. Maintaining the integrity of the original, Kayzo speeds us up to a proper tempo and glorifies this remix with adorable (in a manly way, of course) synth melodies that flawlessly blend with Tove Lo’s signature voice. Once these adorable melodies take over our mind, body, and soul, we are welcomed with much more aggressive synth breakdowns that propel this remix to new heights. Kayzo’s intricate transitions between the soft, melodic builds and his intense, yet progressive breakdowns create the perfect yin and yang for this particular production and leaves us in a state of complete happiness. We guarantee you’ll fall in love with the latest from this LA stud so prepare to utilize the hell of the repeat button and do yourself a favor and get your freebie while you’re at it.
Slow Down Molasses
Winter Sun (Miles Cooper Seaton Mix)
First things first – sit down, grab the fanciest headphones you own, and prepare to transcend into an unusual state of mind with Miles Cooper Seaton for the next 5 minutes. As we gain more momentum towards Winters embrace, Miles Cooper Seaton sends us into a hallucinatory state of mind after taking on the likes of Canada’s very own, Slow Down Molasses and their original track, “Summer Sun”. Seaton flips this Summer sensation into a breath of fresh air, which seemingly comes off in the literal sense after listening to this on repeat. Filled with refreshing atmospheric elements, hauntingly euphoric percussive patterns, and intoxicating reverberated vocal synths, Miles Cooper Seaton creates mental images of elusive, shape-shifting figures that float around the harmonic progression of this stunning mix. When comparing this to the original, we can’t help but point out that each version resonates something entirely different in which Seaton breaks down Slow Down Molasses’ song to its simplistic pieces and paints an ethereal portrait of a soothing Winter solstice. After deconstructing this mix and analyzing the depths at which we are taken, we applaud Miles for serving the original justice by creating a version that could be considered an original on its own. With a combination like Slow Down Molasses and Miles Cooper Seaton, we can’t help but swoon ourselves into an icy nirvana that has allowed our minds to ascend itself into a mesmerizing lucid dream. As we continue to drift along these bone-chilling frequencies, we suggest you prepare to escape for the rest of the day…or week for that matter.