Infinity (Beat by: Esta ft. J-Bird)
We’ve been staying on top of Canadian PBR&B triumvirate DiRTY RADiO’s vocal remix series since its inception, which thus far has seen them rework sultry tunes from Darius and Pomo to name a few, and today they’re back with the latest entry “Infinity”. “Infinity” takes Esta’s sexy piano laden J-Bird featured burner “Moet” and boosts the tune with a signature blend of provocative vocal stylings and velvety choices in instrumental backing. We’ve been feeling all sorts of sexy going through DiRTY RADiO’s remixes, and we think that’s a feeling you NInjas should experience as well. Once again, DiRTY RADiO’s giving this one away for free in exchange for a Facebook “Like”, so hop on over and add this to your iTunes collection.
Life Of The Party (Kayliox Remix)
It’s always amusing how producers manage to completely flip the mood of a tune and add their own spice to it, and this track certainly exemplifies that. Canadian group Kayliox released this remix of a Shawn Mendes song titled “Life Of The Party”, and the interesting acoustic-house fusion works amazingly well with this Canadian connection. The tune starts off with a pleasant housey beat, followed by the smooth vocals from the singer/songwriter that give off a rather mellow vibe. The drop comes in unexpectedly and immediately leaves you headbanging to this future house goodness. The bizarre selection is turned into instant gold.
Make sure to grab a free download of the track on their Facebook page here, and we’ll definitely be expecting some big moves coming for these talented artists.
Left Hand Free (Lido Remix)
A week after Lido previewed this remix on his Diplo & Friends Mix, Alt-J has let loose the Norwegian producer’s much anticipated take on their infectious single, “Left Hand Free.” We’ve come to expect the unexpected from Lido at this point and, on this one, he relaxes the upbeat original to kick things off allowing Alt-J’s vocals to shine over a minimalistic background. Around the 1:45 mark, Lido breaks the tension with his signature big-room breakdown accompanied with vocoder melodies.
This one was released exclusively via Spotify and comes a day after Lido’s I Love You Too, the impressive remix EP of his debut project featuring a number of fellow up ‘n comers. If you’re anything like us, you’ll have this one on repeat all day.
Boiling (Deuxième Remix)
Sinead Harnett, whether you knew it or not, has lent her voice to some of the best electronic records in recent years. Her collaboration with Disclosure on one of Settle’s relatively ignored B-sides “Boiling” is widely treasured across the blogosphere as one of the album’s standout tracks. Her voice just melts into the UK duo’s production effortlessly and the marriage seems like it was built in heaven, until now. Enter Deuxième, a new player in the game from the suburban follies of Connecticut. With Rick Mitarotonda on guitar and Doug Bogan on keyboards/production, the two classically trained musicians give us a redone track that’s groovy, uplifting, melodic, and jazzy. Be on the look out for much more from these cool cats in the near future!
Don't Say You Love Me (Rubee Rayne Cover)
There’s nothing more delightful than waking up to the enticing smell of coffee and the sweet, sweet voice from Jeff Sontag to lift our spirits and permeate us with perfect harmonies and elevate our souls to new heights. It has been some time since we last heard from him and his healing voice; well today is your lucky day ninjas because we have just the right frequencies from Jeff to remedy your soul like never before. This time around, Jeff decided to switch things up a bit with a vocal cover remix of Rubee Rayne’s phenomenal song, “Don’t Say You Love Me”, in which he re-works the original into a mystical, spine-tingling new wonder that will make you feel some type of way. Filled with Flume-style synths, euphoric melodies, and sexual percussive elements, Jeff transports our minds to an entirely new world for the next 6 minutes and 8 seconds. We are extremely excited to share the latest from him and his ethereal work and cannot wait to see what he has up his sleeve in the near future. “Don’t Say You Love Me” is available for free download so make sure to get this one while you can because you’ll have this one on repeat for the rest of the season. We’re guarantee his soothing voice will enchant you like never before, so press play and drift off for the rest of the day.
Loko (NGHTMRE Remix)
As Halloween quickly approaches, it appears that many producers have been attempting to reveal their inner dark side to get into the spirit of things. Los Angeles’, NGHTMRE, surely justifies his name with his most recent remix of Lookas’, “Loko”. Filled with heaps of heavy bass, dark wubs, and hair-raising 808′s, NGHTMRE gives us a massive trap anthem to go loko over. So prepare to sleep with one eye open tonight because you won’t be able to escape the darkness that lingers in your bedroom closet.
Parra For Cuva ft. Anna Naklab
Wicked Games (Kid Arkade Remix)
Kid Arkade- the anonymous collective recently snapped up by Ultra Music- who first graced the pages of TMN with their energetic big-room original “Atlas Run” have returned to unveil yet another premiere to the Ninja Nation. This time, Kid Arkade takes on Parra For Cuva‘s “Wicked Games” (which itself is a pseudo-cover of the ultra sexy Chris Isaak single) and rolls the tune directly into the heart of frenetic stadium sized dancefloors. The remix kicks off almost instantaneously with an utterly fattened kick-drum, energy fueling pads and dynamically powerful synth progression before unleashing a gargantuan bassline which is sure to work the boogie out of its listeners. If you’re in need of a id-week pick-me-up, Kid Arkade more than hits the spot with this revision. Strap on your sweatbands and let’s add a little wiggle to your Wednesday.