Chemicals (Addal Remix)
Here’s a feel-good tune for all of you who are stressed out with exams and work. Italian producer Addal released this remix of a Sirena tune titled “Chemicals”, and it hits us right in the feels. Addal is known for making quality music that possesses a heavy emotional appeal. Stripping down Sirena’s track and adding in a downtempo drumbeat, Addal creates a tune so relaxing and wonderful it’ll make you ponder life. A series of beautiful piano cadences start off the track, followed by some muted guitar melodies. These maneuvers all come together and help convey a powerful effect to all the listeners. No matter where you are, or what you’re doing, take a minute and listen to this track. Addal never disappoints.
Mr G Sings
The Caged Bird Sings (Maywald Remix)
Words mean more than what is set down on paper. It takes the human voice to infuse them with shades of deeper meaning. – Maya Angelou
Last month, Mr G Sings dropped a lovely tribute to not only one of the most prolific poets of all time, but also one of the most prolific people of all time. With her unfortunate passing earlier this year, it was a perfect time to pay respects to Miss Maya Angelou, and “The Caged Bird Sings” does so with effortless beauty.
Today we have the privilege of brightening up your Monday morning with a glowing tropical house remix from German deep house producer Maywald. Taking sections of the original vocals and the iconic whistling from the original, this remixer has re-crafted this pop tune into something perfect for some much needed pool time, a long drive, or even grooving around in your bathroom while you’re getting ready to head out for the morning.
We’re offering up the premiere of the stream today, but you can snag this tomorrow for your personal collection via Ultra Records.
New York based singer/songwriter VÉRITÉ has seen a tremendous following swell to almost unimaginable numbers within the past year. Included in that adoration are some notable achievements including becoming most blogged about artist twice over, charting on popular charts on Hype Machine, and racking up hundreds of thousands of plays on souncloud. It’s pretty damn apparent that the blogosphere has a new darling, and it’s not hard to see why.
Released just a month ago, “Heartbeat” features a clean soundscape created by a pronounced bassline, emphatic percussion, and glowing vocal harmonies. With those pieces in place, there was more than enough for a stellar remix to follow, which is exactly what we’re bringing you today.
DC-based electronic pop outfit Lightwaves have spun this tune into a sultry, vibe-driven lounge classic complete with a lush bassline and glowing melody. VÉRITÉ’s vocals shimmer across the head-nodding percussion with ease, once again displaying why remixes of her work are some of the most popular tunes on the internet.
Below you’ll find the remix, along with a few other of our favorite tracks. If you’re not familiar with this rising star, take a few minutes to sit back and drink it all in.
Heartbeat (Lightwaves Remix)
It might be a rainy day but that doesn’t mean you should lock yourselves indoors and give up on having a kick ass weekend. We’ve got your 128th volume of FPP to help make all those ugly Christmas sweater parties that much more turnt. So grab the rum and egg nog and get ready to make Santa proud – and by that we mean be naughty.
Until next time.
FUNKNROLL (Canblaster ReMIX)
Jump In Another Land (Koyote Edit) Will Sparks // Harry Belafonte
Space Jungle (Instant Party! vs. Party Thieves Remix)
Let Me Clear My Throat (LUZCID Bootleg)
Lion (Dropwizz Festival Trap VIP)
Teenage Crime (K Theory Remix)
Thats Not Me (Howlers Forefather Edit)
Nobody To Love (Young Bombs Remix)
Problem Feat. Iggy Azalea (TKDJS Remix)
Ertesuppe (Club Mix)
Weekend (Almond & FKYA Remix)
With the weekend slowly approaching, it’s safe to say that we are ready to to pull on those ugly Christmas sweaters, spike the egg nog, and bump some anthems to get us in the holiday spirit. Helping get us from 0 to 100 are Almond and FKYA and their remix of VÉRITÉ’s latest hit single, “Weekend”. Without straying too far from the original melody, the two producers throw in a heaping dose of progressive elements that instantly rattle your bones. Almond and FKYA give us more the reason to kick things off with a bang this weekend, so grab your drinks, turn on the Christmas lights, and get ready to have a ho ho ho down with all your friends.
Show Me Love (Good Life Remix)
If you’re in the mood to kick off your Thursday with a good old fashioned throwback, then you’re in luck because we have only the most classic of all songs for you today thanks to Good Life and their remix of Robin S.’ “Show Me Love”. This tropical medley gives us those addicting house vibes along with some smooth, upbeat earthy elements that bring this remix to life. We also really just wanted to have an excuse to talk about Throwback Thursday and now we’re pretty content with that. We guarantee you’ll love this remix just as much as we do, so press play and grab your free download while you’re at it.
Yours (Philip George Remix)
With glowing, honeyed vocals from a singer/songwriter’s original piece of work, we always get overly excited with high hopes of a remix package to follow. That’s exactly what we have today, featuring a delightful remix of Ella Henderson’s “Yours,” which comes off her debut album, Chapter One.
Focusing in on the legato vocals from this supremely gifted artist, Philip George has taken the piano-driven ballad out of the concert halls and into the club with this sultry interpretation. The dancefloor friendly melody carresses the smooth house bassline and kicks, creating the perfect tune to get the crowd moving. In addition, the use of a repeating vocal sample accentuates the energy of the track expertly, ensuring an invigorating vibe throughout.
Philip George now joins Tobtok and Patrick Hagenaar on this remix package, all delivering quality takes on Ella’s stunning vocals. While you can only enjoy this tune here on TMN and on Soundcloud right now, we highly encourage you to pre-order the album by clicking here.