[Electronic] The Federal Empire – The American Dream (Lux Pacific Remix)

The Federal Empire
The American Dream (Lux Pacific Remix)

Every once in a while a song comes along that captivates you instantly and you know it’s going to be a song you come back to time and time again. Lux Pacific did that for us, with his remix of “The American Dream” for The Federal Empire. The Californian’s flip is a masterpiece from start to finish.

Lux Pacific is a new name to the game, as witness by his Soundcloud only having two songs, including “The American Dream” remix. His smooth sound rests itself in between a handful of genres, making it a song that anybody can enjoy – and enjoy it they shall. Of course, Lux was working with great stems from the LA duo, but he was able to take things up a few levels with his work on the project. Lux has us very excited for the future with this one. We’ll be keeping a close eye on him and you should too.

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[Electronic] Donna Lewis – I Love You Always Forever (RYNO Remix)

I Love You Always Forever (Donna Lewis
Cover)

Everyone should know Donna Lewis’ memorable 1996 hit single “I Love You Always Forever.” It’s classics like this that get people into music. Whether it got RYNO into music or not, we can’t be too sure, but we do know it influenced the New York producer in some way. How? Because he recently released a cover/remix of the track on Soundcloud.

RYNO takes “I Love You Always Forever” a whole different direction, adding many elements you aren’t going to find in the original. For a large part of the first half or so of the song, we get something that is simply an expanded cover, although great; it adds some instrumental elements along with a fresh voice for the lyrics. As it moves along we do get to a “drop” that gives us a little taste of electronic sounds that adds a nice touch to the cover. Check it out today and stay tuned for more music from RYNO in 2017!

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[Multi-Genre] Kai Wachi – Demons Remixes EP

It’s not easy taking on official remix duties for Kai Wachi. As one of bass music’s most promising producers, his works are remarkable. However, the people over at Kannibalen Records did a good job of finding some talent that could take on such a challenge. Those talents include Black Tiger Sex Machine, Liquid Stranger, SQUNTO and NuKid.

Let’s break it down nice and simple to get through each remix. First, Black Tiger Sex Machine bring their hard and heavy electro sound to a song deserving of their dark energy. Next comes the veteran Liquid Stranger whose booming basslines will blow your speakers up if you’re not too careful. SQUNTO continues with the halftime count, bringing forth his riddim-centric take on Kai’s original. Lastly, NuKid kicks up a cool house remix that’s got a whole lot of groove. Enjoy them all and make sure to get a copy of the EP!

’Kai Wachi – Demons (Black Tiger Sex Machine Remix)’
’Kai Wachi – Demons (Liquid Stranger Remix)’
’Kai Wachi – Demons (SQUNTO RMX)’
’Kai Wachi – Demons (NuKid Remix)’
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SLUMBERJACK – RA (Sippy Remix) [TMN Premiere]

Slumberjack
RA (Sippy Remix)

All of the ninjas get excited every time we premiere something. Sometimes a song comes along that we get even more riled up for and that is happening today. In this TMN Premiere we’re showcasing one of Australia’s hottest talents, the basshead Sippy who took on a remix of “RA” by SLUMBERJACK.

Innovative, lively and heavy as hell, Sippy’s flip of “RA” is too fresh not to love. She pays enough homage to the original so you make the connection, but for the most part the song is all her own. With festival season here, producers are bringing out their big guns, but here we have a behemoth of bass whose quality and immeasurable size can’t be denied. It’s just a magnificent piece of electronic music, plain and simple; a remix done right. Sippy swayed us and now she’s landed one of our favorite premieres of the year so far. Enjoy it for yourself and stay tuned for what else is to come from Sydney’s own. Make sure to grab the free download as well.

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[Future/Trap] DJ Snake – Here Comes The Night (NGHTMRE Remix)

A few days ago DJ Snake dropped a mega remix pack for the single “Here Comes The Night.” Among the remixers was one of our good friends, the one and only NGHTMRE. As you may expect, his flip of the hit single is a masterpiece.

NGHTMRE didn’t go the easy route in taking on the original. Instead of looping the drop back, each section is completely different, showing off the producer’s songwriting ability and creative fortitude, as the styles aren’t exactly the same. They fit together and because NGHTMRE was at the helm, the flow was spotless. We won’t spoil anything further, just know you are in for a treat. After you check out NGHTMRE’s remix, go on ahead and check out our other favorite flip from Crankdat.

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[Trap] Skrillex & Team EZY Feat. NJOMZA – Pretty Bye Bye (Bad Royale Remix)

Skrillex & Team EZY Feat. NJOMZA
Pretty Bye Bye (Bad Royale Remix)

We thought a Bad Royale remix with Walshy Fire in one week was enough, but apparently the BR boys didn’t think so. Now enter their remix of “Pretty Bye Bye” by Skrillex x Team EZY and NJOMZA. Available as a free download, this behemoth is a must have and you have no excuse to sleep on it.

The thing we love about Bad Royale is that they have their own style. It translates across several genres, but one of their mainstays is the trap arena, which this resides in. Their sound design is unique, whether you’re talking the first drop or the second (OMG is this one dank) and their style is something others can’t easily replicate. Bad Royale are truly one of a kind and they prove it through every single release they do. “Pretty Bye Bye” in it’s new form has a totally new makeup and may even be better. We’ll let you decide!

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[Future Bass] Zeds Dead x NGHTMRE – Frontlines feat. GG Magree (Kid Froopy Remix)

Zeds Dead x NGHTMRE
Frontlines (ft. GG Magree) [Kid Froopy Remix]

As a part of the official Frontlines Remix EP, Kid Froopy‘s take on the Zeds Dead x NGHTMRE single has been released. Available on digital services through Deadbeats, this future bass flip is just the groovy tune you need for your digital library.

Kid Froopy is a name you need to know if you don’t already. He’s been on our radar for some time and now he’s being officially commissioned by some of the biggest names in dance music, so if that doesn’t sway you, then maybe this remix will. It’s a bit more straightforward than KF’s usual works, but this sound is right in his wheelhouse. On an EP with the likes of Habstrakt, Wuki, Megalodon and Crankdat, it would be hard to stick out, but that’s just what Kid Froopy does.

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