Dark Horse (REVOKE Remix)
REVOKE comes through with a massive release on Candyland’s record label, Sweet Shop Records. REVOKE hails from the Southern California and delivers a sound design similiar to KOAN Sound. Bringing a bass heavy Trap/Dubstep infused remix of Katy Perry‘s track “Dark Horse”. Taking the erie vocals and synths from the original, and transforming it into a monstrous festival ready banger. Best of all, it’s a FREE download via, REVOKE’s Facebook.
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After a long, chilly week, we know that you guys are all ready to let loose. You’ve been destroying it at work, day in and day out, and you’ve now earned the right to do whatever the hell you want for two straight days. Whether you’re going to kick it at home, or head out to the club, we strongly encourage one thing. We’re pretty sure you know what it is by now, but if not, please see our request below.
Eli & Fur x Davidian
Let It Go
Suit & Tie (Galimatias & Joppe Remix)
Sexy Socialite (Salva Remix)
AObeats & Manila Killa
Perfect Strangers (Kastra Remix)
Let Her Go (Filtercrush Remix)
DV & LM, DVBBS, BORGEOUS vs Krewella vs Frankie Sanchez & Lookas
Stampede Alive (BORGEOUS Edit)
Control Movement (Valentino Khan Bootleg)
R3wind (Original Mix)
Big Pollaroid Sparked The Code (Leo Laurettis Mashup)
W&W, Twoloud & Thomas Newson Feat. M. Koma
Ways To Go (Xaphoon Jones Finale Remix)
Well, ladies and gentleninjas, I have some tragic news to share with you all today. It appears that Xaphoon Jones is no more. Before you panic at the thought of a world without Xaphoon however, you must know that this is all part of an elaborate rebirth for the Philadelphia native under the new moniker, Noah Breakfast. Before preparing for life under his new identity, the talented producer decided to provide us with one last hurrah, this remix of Grouplove‘s “Ways To Go.” We didn’t think anyone could possibly top The Knocks‘ rendition of the track, but Xaphoon is prepared to give them a run for their money. This latest remix takes a far more unique spin on things, slowing things down from the original, isolating the vocals, and amplifying them with some much needed bass.
All in all, it serves as a fitting end to this chapter of Xaphoon’s career, which has been in a bit of a transitional period lately, especially after leaving Chiddy Bang. While we’re sad to see that awesome title go, we wish him all the best as he undergoes his new transformation.
Love Me Again (david dann Remix)
Los Angeles via New York producer David Dann has maintained a unique competence within electronic production, which in turn has fostered a rare ability to float seamlessly from one dance genre to the next, with highly acclaimed results. An artist whom the famed L.A. Weekly publication once dubbed “The Rebel Without a Label” now helms his own imprint Mind of A Genius Records (or more simply MOAG) while also somehow managing to find time to craft a multitude of original releases and remixes. Previously Dann has dabbled within reworks of The xx, Lana Del Ray and Banks to some superlative results, but his latest take on John Newman’s “Love Me Again” pulled at us like none of his previous body of work had before. Dann’s adaptation is bouncy in nature, but toned down with a low end, house-centric bass line to subdue the movement just enough; incredibly heightening the tune’s versatility. Dann’s pop production sensibility -which so many electronic producers of this generation typically lack- turns “Love Me Again” into an infectious dance hall melody with enough weight to be consumed in any circumstance. Whether it’s in the shower, car, in your headphones or getting your swoll’ on, we think “Love Me Again” will fit into your day just perfectly. Grab the free download here.
I See Fire (Kygo Remix)
Fresh off of a viral tear on account of a gorgeous Marvin Gaye remix, Norwegian bred beatsmith Kygo has again struck a chord with us; this time taking Ed Sheeran’s “I See Fire” (which will soon find itself included on the original soundtrack for The Hobbit sequel: The The Desolation of Smaug) on a charming harmonic ride. While only 22 years of age, Kygo has continuously demonstrated a musically mature knack for bridging slow moving soulful ballads full of acoustic elements, and sprinkling them with enough sugar and melody to create an unexpected dance groove. While the heart of Ed Sheeran’s track remains vocally, it is the use of those signature seductive Kygo keys, and warm pads which really pulls “I See Fire” out of its original state. This one is definitely worth your listen today, and fortunately for now all of Kygo’s catalog has been given away for free including this one. Don’t miss out on adding this one to your music libraries today.
TKO (Black Friday Remix) (Feat. J. Cole, A$AP Rocky & Pusha T)
And the good music just keeps on coming. Just in time for Black Friday, hit-maker Justin Timberlake drops an unexpected new remix to his latest single, “TKO,” bringing in some heavyweight emcees to deliver some dope verses over the Timbaland production. J.Cole steps up to the plate first, with a vicious verse utilizing a similar flow to Drake‘s on “Versace.” The Roc Nation emcee even gives fans a response to the now infamous Kendrick Lamar diss on “Control.” A$AP follows by addressing the rumors swirling around about his highly talked about love life and Pusha T closes things about by making a case that he has the album of the year. This mix is definitely audio crack and should not go unheard. Take a listen and decide which emcee had the best verse over the addicting beat.