turbine blue [swindail remix]
Anything Future Classic gets behind is something worth listening to. If they end up reaching out to you directly for a project, you should feel honored as a music producer. One person to receive that honor was swindail, who was commissioned for an official remix of “turbine blue” by Seekae.
If you read the song’s description on Soundcloud, swindail says, “hope you can enjoy this song atop a cup of tea with biscuits or patting ur dog if u have one;” which just goes to show the intriguing nature of the song. It’s a bit weird, very chill, and (not) surprisingly awesome. For nearly three minutes, you’ll be rendered relaxed as swindail’s captivating composition delivers funky rhythms and eccentric tones to your ears. This official work is out now, so if you’re looking to add it on iTunes or Spotify, you can do so now.
Obviously, if we’re going to premiere a song for you, it’s going to be really dope. Today, we give you an exclusive listen to something that is exceptional even by our standards. French producer NEUS comes in with an official remix for Two Can‘s “Holding On To You” and it is nothing but pure, unadulterated fire.
Like we’ve stated before, pop meets moombahton is coming to the forefront. NEUS brings those styles together in his own unique way and we think it is nothing short of extraordinary. This is a great song even if you don’t call yourself a lover of electronic music. It’s got that catchy appeal you look for in a song, along with a sound that isn’t something you’ll come across often. We’re absolutely digging this one; no doubt it will be on repeat throughout the day and likely through the weekend. Huge props to NEUS on putting this one together for our friends down under.
TV Noise Ft. Jessame
Think (Sean Turk Remix)
New York’s Sean Turk managed to put together an official remix for TV Noise‘s single “Think” that features vocalist Jessame. This isn’t the first time Sean has worked with a vocal from Jessame as the two acts came together on a previous remix several months ago.
Sean’s take on “Think” got backed by Spinnin’ Records as an official remix, which you’ll see why once you hit play on the song. We’re met with what his camp is calling ‘Bedroom Bass,’ a brand of future that has a hint of funk in that makes it extra groovy. It’s chill, fun and mesmerizing. Sean did an incredible job in taking on this song, making it his own and impressing the the label that pushed the original. They couldn’t pass on it, and we couldn’t either. Get your copy today for free.
“I spent a long time working on perfecting my craft and to look back at what we have done in 8 months is just insane. We have a long way to go and some ambitious goals, but we are ready to work to make them a reality. Thank you to every single person who has been supporting so far, I truly appreciate all of you. Y’all are dope! Oh, by the way, this isn’t the only Spinnin’ Records release happening this year.”
– Sean Turk
Hotel Garuda ft. Violet Days "Fixed On You" (Aire Atlantica Remix)
Aire Atlantica has been on a hot streak with remixes lately. After successfully taking on Billie Eilish’s “Six Feet Under” and K.Flay’s “Blood In The Cut,” the New York producer got his hands on Hotel Garuda‘s “Fixed On You” featuring Violet Days.
This official remix was released alongside three other remixes through PRMD Music, so it is currently available through digital services, including Spotify. “Fixed On You” went from a bubbly house record to a chilled out future tune. When we first saw that he was dropping this, we couldn’t help but to get excited. Upon hearing it, our expectations were more than satisfied. If by now you haven’t hopped on board with Aire Atlantica, you’re already late. But, better late than never.
Every Every (Carter Cruise Official Remix)
When Carter Cruise was first diving head-first into bringing her DJ career to fruition, I had the pleasure of chatting with her about the experience, as well as her past as a DJ. Sure, people attempted to discredit her by saying she’s just DJing because that’s the cool thing to do, but that’s not at all the case as she had been doing it for a bit already.
She could have just kept with DJing, but instead she took things a step further and began learning how to produce music. After releasing an official remix for Krewella, she’s back with another official remix, this time for one of our favorites, MOONZz.
“Every Every” is the track of at hand. With Carter’s remix she showcases not only great songwriting ability, but also diversity, as this is not a one dimensional work of art. She hits us at first with a jersey club influenced beat that transitions into a short future phase. The second drop is really where it’s at though; we’ll leave you to enjoy it without spoiling it at all. Best part about this whole thing is that Carter Cruise dropped this one as a free download.
American Eyes (Gilligan Moss Remix)
For those who are unfamiliar with Promises Ltd., the project was created out of the union between Chrome Sparks and Charlie Brand of Miniature Tigers. The duo dropped their debut EP a couple of months ago and since then they’ve been pushing out remixes from various producers. Today, we premiere one to you from the Chicago duo Gilligan Moss.
“American Eyes” is the single Gilligan Moss got their hands on and we have to say they did a great job with it. Obviously, as we wouldn’t be premiering it otherwise! For just under five minutes, the duo keep ears at attention with a subtle composition that packs more punch than you’d expect. It’s one of those slow-burns that satisfies through and through from the very start to the very end. Rhythms are this song’s strong suit, as the interplay between the percussion and instruments make for a complex listen. It feels simple, but there’s so much going on it gives us the desire to dive deeper over and over again. Shout out to the Majestic Casual crew for putting this one out, as well as the other dope remixes!
Blood In The Cut (Aire Atlantica Remix)
Interscope Records jumped on the opportunity to release an official remix from Aire Atlantica of “Blood In The Cut.” The indie electronic hit by K.Flay was just dying to be re-imagined by a talented producer, and that’s just where the New York musician came into play.
The original version of “Blood In The Cut” had a dark, alternative edge to it that left the door wide open for Aire Atlantica to do something really special with it. He keeps a similar vibe, and recycles some of the original stems, but his original work on the project is what really makes this stand out. The anthemic, future vibe of this remix makes it accessible for any situation or place, including the radio. It certainly has that type of potential. Face it, if you turned on the radio in your car and this was playing, you’d stop and listen while your body started grooving along. Aire Atlantica’s take can be streamed above, or if you are a Spotify user, go on ahead and it it to your library.