[Chill/Electro-Pop] Truls – Out of Yourself (Roosevelt Remix)

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Out Of Yourself (Roosevelt Remix)

Let’s cut to the chase. Remixes are a music blogger’s dream. They allow simultaneous coverage of multiple artists, provide public exposure to the remixer or remixee that they may not have been privy to, and they create an easy avenue to push out some extra sentences in an article. But often times, they can be the miscalculated product of a major label forcing separate entities to strenuously fuse conflicting sounds just to release out into the blogosphere. So, after the long winded introduction, it’s absolutely safe to say that Cologne’s most noted electronic tastemaker Roosevelt along with his sterling remix of Norwegian upstart Truls debut track “Out of Yourself”, which was released this morning, falls nowhere near those manufactured misfires. “Out Of Yourself” is the lead track from Truls’ debut solo album which is due for release later this year via Universal Music, and Roosevelt has shaped the tune into the perfect fit for his indie electronic sound. His cascade of electronic pads, claps and snaps beautifully envelop the original, while inducing a healthy dose of Spring time smiles. Just try not to crack one while rinsing this one, we dare you. After last year’s incredible Elliot EP and a gorgeous leaked cover of John Martyn’s classic “Small Hours”, it’s safe to say that each time a new Roosevelt tune is unearthed, we’d like to be somewhere near the drop zone, so here we are again with another great Roosevelt remix. Stream the remix above, and let your psyche drift into space a little early today.

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[Secret Ninja Pass] This Week at Beta 3/27

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Alright, ninjas. We’ve been hooking you up with free entry to Beta over the past year. We know you’ve have some epic times, catching some of the most legendary talent EDM has to offer, and we’re on board to keep this thing going. So, we’re once again giving you an opportunity to check out the best night club in North America for free. What all do you have to do to get in? It’s pretty damn easy. Just follow these steps:

- Head to the front door and enter the club before 11 pm
- Show this post to the cashier (Valid for 21+ only)

That’s it! Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it’s not. Head to Beta and see for yourself.

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[Nu-Disco] Queen & David Bowie – Under Pressure (Juno Ray Club Mix)

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Under Pressure (Juno Ray Club Mix)

Some tunes, while immensely classic in nature and cultural significance, just somehow seem to benefit from a glossy injection of Nu-Disco into its system. Now obviously we’re not throwing the umbrella over every song or declaring that they should made into a disco/club edit, that would be silly, but the way South Korean electronic producer Juno Ray pumps new life into Queen & David Bowie’s “Under Pressure” got us out of bed on the right foot this morning. A powerful lead synth which modulates as if it were pulled right out of a 1980′s MOOG Prodigy kicks Juno Ray’s remix into full gear and unsurprisingly Freddie Mercury and Bowie’s iconic, but versatile vocals fold themselves seamlessly into the four-four fueled groove. With the weather stateside beginning to roll back into sunshine and chirpy sparrows making their welcome appearance once again, we’re reviving our thirst for all things Nu-Disco, and with Winter Music Conference in full swing, we can already envision the gorgeous rooftops Juno Ray’s remix may make it to. Grab the free download above.

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[Progressive House] Kings of Leon X Ghost Wars – Use Somebody (Gazzo Cover Remix)

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Kings Of Leon X Ghost Wars-Use Somebody (Gazzo Cover Remix)

I’ve been roaming around I was looking down and now I see…”  - Sorry, I just got caught up in some old feels this morning thanks to Gazzo’s new Ghost Wars cover remix of the infamous “Use Somebody” by Kings of Leon. Gazzo takes us down memory lane with easily one of the most adorable songs to have ever surfaced into the lives of the musically inclined. Not only does he punch us right in the heart with the force of 10,000 rhinoceroses stampeding across the Serengeti, but he also shows us his uncanny ability to make us want to cry and dance all at the same time.

This track emits an emotive upbeat, trance-like vibe that even Tiesto can’t seem to wrap his mind around – too soon? With the combined forces of Gazzo and Ghost Wars, “Use Somebody” is transformed from epic ballad to epic dance anthem that maintains the expressive integrity of the original. This progressive house banger resonates a certain type of cuteness that I just cannot seem to keep up with. Is there such a thing as dying from too many feels? If so, Gazzo has just injected us all with a lethal dose of happiness.

Make sure to grab your free download and relive the high school ‘you.’ In some way or another, you’ll be thinking of that special someone who makes you feel all fuzzy inside. Tequila counts.

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[NEW] Chance The Rapper – Save Yourself First

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Save Yourself First (Social Experiment original vs.)

Chance The Rapper and James Blake surprised us all last year when they teamed up for a hip-hop infused remix of Blake’s “Life Round Here.”  Now that the pair are rooming together, the Windy City native has decided to release the verse that didn’t make the final cut. This version is far more subdued than the one that first saw the light of day, and plays closer to the tone of the Overgrown original. While the uptempo nature of the previous remix almost made it sound like a celebration of life, this tune is far more heartfelt and reflective, allowing Chance to show off his vocal chops and really dig deeper into what life around the streets of Chicago really means to him.

Chances are this won’t be featured on any projects in the near future, but given the frenzy with which the young emcee has returned in the last few weeks, you’ve gotta think an announcement of some sort is on its way soon.

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[Remix] G-Eazy – Far Alone (Feat. E-40 & Jay Ant)

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Far Alone (feat. E-40 & Jay Ant)

“Far Alone” was already one of our early favorites from G-Eazy‘s upcoming album, These Things Happen, but now it’s ready to undergo the remix treatment. The talented emcee no longer has to kick it solo, recruiting Bay Area legend, E-40, to chip in with a brand new verse. The song is all about making it on your own as an independent artist, and overcoming adversity in the face of doubt, something we’d say Eazy has accomplished pretty successfully. While we’d heard Eazy’s story on the original, E-40 provides some insight into the early days of his career with his contribution to the upbeat single as well.

While there’s no indication whether this’ll be on These Things Happen, we’re looking forward to hearing more from the upcoming record in the coming months. Stream the terrific tune above, and make sure to catch G-Eazy on the road with Rockie Fresh, Tory Lanez, and a few others during their nationwide tour.

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[Get Crunk] Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist #95

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What is up, ninjas? Another week has come and gone and here we are looking into a glorious weekend. You’re probably gearing up for some St. Patrick’s day festivities, which means you’ll need a killer playlist to carry you through the copious amounts of Guiness pints and Jameson shots.

For the 95th installment of Clayton’s Friday Party Playlist, we’ve included a tasty selection of dance-inducing jams, including a mashup of one of our all time favs – Hall and Oates.

#danceirresponsibly

The Melker Project
Melker Cant Go For That Ft. Hall & Oates
Johnny Stimson
SO. GOOD. (Caleb LEtoile Remix)
ALIZZZ
Sunshine
HELENA
Safari (Original Mix)
Afrojack ft. Wrabel
Ten Feet Tall (Elephante Remix)
Cash Cash feat. Bebe Rexha
Take Me Home (Kastra Remix)
Coindrop (100k Free Giveaway)
Dillon Francis & DJ Snake
Get Low (Boombox Cartel Remix)
Skrillex
Recess (Bone N Skin Remix)
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