It’s Friday. This shitty week is over. We think it’s time for us to drown everything in a keg full of poor decision making.
So we’ll keep things short since we’re not in the mood to write mote than 5 sentences today.
Until next week, ninjas.
Signals (Dirt Monkey & Mark Instinct Remix)
AII l D0 ls Win (Made Monster Remix)
Aerosol Can ft. Pharrell Williams (Instant Party! Remix)
Freaks Have More Fun (Crankdat X Sevla Remix)
EVERLAKE ✖ Kizer
Bang With The Gang
Party Thieves & QUIX
House Party (Zagor Remix)
Jayceeoh & Woogie
Drop It (ft. WE CHIEF & Da Professor)
Thizzle Dance (Sharps X GoodTimeMiller Remix)
Mr. Collipark & Dirty Audio feat. DJ Kool
Suga Suga (Point Point remix)
All My Love (∆ trentino ∇ & Nurotic revision)
Skrillex & Damian Marley
Make It Bun Dem(SAYMYNAME BACON STYLE REMIX)
Harrier, Kyros F. & Dim Loud
MechaWar (Original Mix)
Cool Kids (Gazzo & Two Friends Remix)
Reckless (Bobby Green Remix)
Hydraulix & PhaseOne
Hit Rewind (Original Mix)
All About The Money (Styles&Complete Bootleg)
Sloth Syndrome ✖ BARENHVRD
RL Grime (Ft. Boys Noize)
Danger (Rowland Evans Remix)
Lose Control (Club Killers Mash)
Youre Still Blind (Original Mix)
Speed Up (Klatch Remix)
Cashmere Cat & DJ Mustard
Sex With The Ex (Mogul Remix)
They Don't Know (Sirus Hood Remix)
Coming off of Pete Tong’s esteemed FFRR label, Disciples have thrived in the UK underground scene with their unique style of dark deep house with a touch of pop sensibilities. Their single, “They Don’t Know,” is highlighted by its big bass lines and infectiously catchy hi-hats that incite listeners to dig into a deep groove.
As a part of the remix pack, this London-based trio have landed the likes of Justin Jay, Alexis Raphael, and mysterious French producer, Sirus Hood, to deliver their own renditions the track.
Dropping a few days ago, “They Don’t Know” came out with a fresh new look and feel via Sirus Hood. This new rendition boasts cleverly chopped up vocals and a big, bass-heavy drum patterns, all of which come together flawlessly. Elements of deep house and the 80s hip-hop movement deliver the end result, which is something reminiscent of g-house flag bearers Amine Edge & Dance.
Just Hold On We're Going Home (LUCA LUSH Remix ft. Kim Vallido)
There’s no telling what LUCA LUSH is going to do next. A good Drake remix is always welcome, and he has supplied exactly that. The main single from Nothing Was The Same only gets flipped by LUCA LUSH, but covered by the breezy vocal prowess of Kim Vallido, who holds down her duties with ease.
Shedding the almost slow house feel of the original, this rendition opts for more of a spacey, hip-hop approach. The synths twinkle and growl while the drums bring some bite through the low end, resulting in a textbook LUCA LUSH flip. We’re no stranger to his remixing capabilities, and the use of a vocalist provided yet another tool that he has proven he can master. Grab the download via ToneDen below:
Chevalier (HMLT Edit)
With a slew of solid edits under his belt already, HMLT progresses into another chill tune, this time involving a rendition of “Chevalier” by Daniel Caeser. The track build slows at the beginning, utilizing Daniel’s silky vocals to the fullest, and the resolution around two and a half minutes in is simply an ethereal culmination of sound. HMLT has really caught stride with this most recent edit, making the best of of the elements he’s compiled and crafting a gorgeous new song in the process. This is is the type of tune to send you careening into a powerful state of mind, and helps you appreciate the beauty within music and the world around you. If you are searching for solace, look no further, there is more than enough with HMLT’s latest.
Settle Down (Prince Fox Remix)[Warner]
Prince Fox is switching gears from his usual grandiose, future bass production as he prepares his original EP that is set to be out sometime later this year. He’s crafted a bubbly revised edition of pop darling Kimbra that scales back on his familiar sidechained goodness in exchange for more of a tune with a head bobbing nature. Mallet style synths drip along the rumbling drums as Kimbra’s voice is allowed to shine throughout the tune, creating a sense of just what pop could really be capable of if more of its artists were willing to explore new boundaries within the genre. This is a much more toned down version of Prince Fox, and it’s piqued our interest as to what to expect from his upcoming EP. He graciously given us a free download, so snag your copy and enjoy!
Get Low (PatrickReza Remix) (Free Download)
Don’t sit there and say you don’t the words to “Get Low.” Whether we like to admit it or not, it’s a Lil Jon standard, and Patrick Reza just unapologetically brought it back into 2015 as a bone crushing house rendition. The raspy vocals of Lil Jon and Ying Yang Twins are right at home with the rage worthy lasers and festival ready production, especially considering Lil Jon’s recent work with DJ Snake that we are all too familiar with. Patrick has been on a roll with these last two reimaginations of hip-hop tunes, and this revamped version of “Get Low” is hump day remedy that you need to jump back into the right gear and finish up your week strong. Don’t miss the free download available through his Facebook!
Talking Body (Gryffin Remix)
You can tell just by looking at the names involved in this tune that it’s going to be a hit. Gryffin has been on top of his remix game and refuses to quit, and now he’s taking on the rising pop star Tove Lo for another official release. Every tune that Gryffin touches gets such an uplifting transformation, and it’s just about impossible to have anything but a smile on your face whenever his material comes on. Crunching through the always infectious deep house groove that is supplemented strongly with guitar sounding synths, the golden Gryffin standard holds firm. No matter what artist heads his way, there’s a guarantee of a grandiose house tune and a widely successful launch. With a name and sound as exciting as Tove Lo’s, don’t be surprised if you hear this just about everywhere you go in the near future.