Major Lazer & DJ Snake -Lean On (Modern Machines Remix)
When the ninjas sit down to consult about what genre tags we give a track, for the sake of site organization, sometimes we have a song that gives us some trouble. We love this trouble, because the songs that lie in their own space are few and far between. Modern Machines new remix is one of those songs that had us scratching our heads a bit.
The New York duo took on Major Lazer and DJ Snake’s “Lean On,” which they turned into a hybrid track that pulls from dubstep and trap; however, it lies in the midtempo range, giving it a very subtle twerky vibe. They take a turn from their energetic house music to focus their attention on bassheads, and they have succeeded in creating a dope remix. Get your free copy today!
All Time Low (OxV Remix)
OJI and VOLTA make up OxV, the transnational duo who was recently commissioned for an official remix for Jon Bellion. “All Time Low” was brought into future territory with this flip that us ninjas are premiering to you here. These two individuals produced quite a cool record that has steady been on repeat since it entered the dojo. OxV keep things on the chiller side, offering up a track that is ready for your Summer playlists, despite the song’s sad tendencies. In implementing a new instrumental, the duo were able to mold the overall tone so that it’s a bit more on the light side. Lend your ears to the track, and share this one around if you find it to your liking.
Antony & Cleopatra
Take Me (Option4 Remix)
Fresh off a few shows out in Detroit, this Denver-based maestro of grooves-n-moves is on point with his release game. Looks like a four-day party in the Motor City couldn’t hold him back for long. This time around, he’s put a bouncy twist on “Take Me.”
Originally from Londoners Antony & Cleopatra, “Take Me” came out a little over a week ago. It features sonic, soaring synths, energetic lead piano melody, and breakbeat style percussion, all of which lend to it’s delectable and intriguing style. Now, reimagined by option4, 90’s style dance elements are infused with a steady four-to-the-floor beat and that iconic pitched up vocal sample from the original.
As we continue our march into the weekend, we’re continually on the hunt for new tunes to shake it to. Big ups to option4 for the Thursday addition.
Flo Rida ft. Robin Thicke & Verdine White
I Don't Like, It I Love It (Kasum Remix)
Following the Blink 182 remix, Kasum is back with another infectious jam. Taking on “I Don’t Like It, I Love It” by Flo Rida, the NY-based producer provides a future bass rendition on the Top 40 track. Kasum manages to keep it fun and entertaining throughout the short duration of the tune, as there’s never dull moment. Cleverly sampling the whitsling, Robin Thicke‘s vocals and Flo Rida’s verse, it all results in an incredibly catchy song that’ll make you move up and down in a heartbeat.
With this release, Kasum once again proves that he can do it all. From progressive house to future bass, he can produce any trending sound for mass appeal. Out via Atlantic Records, this tune shows a new side of Kasum’s talents. Make sure to show some support if you like what you hear!
I'll Be Good (LYNOS Remix)
LYNOS has a love of infectious melodies and epic drops, as shown in his previous remixes. This time around, the LA-based producer puts his own spin on Jaymes Young‘s “I’ll Be Good”, and the result is phenomenal. Bits of pieces of the original are kept to retain the organic sound of the track, including Jaymes’ sexy vocals and guitar fills. The massive drop steals the spotlight, as heard from a series of bold synths and drums. LYNOS wanted to bring out the powerful message behind the lyrics to the song by using hard synths while keeping the folk elements of it. It’s one of those tunes that could up your adrenaline level a few notches.
It’s once again proven that LYNOS is the future of the electro-pop/progressive scene. Make sure to keep him on your radar, as we’re very excited to see where his music takes him.
Karaoke (Halogen Remix)
Alex Dunsker & Josh Taylor of Atlanta make up the house duo Halogen, who have a new remix to share. Halogen had their turn at “Karaoke,” a single off Smallpools’ debut album LOVETAP!, and released it for free a few days ago.
“Karaoke” was flipped for the Summertime adventures that are just starting to be had. Soaring melodies lift the song to astral levels, and with such a big sound you can’t help but to think this would explode in a festival setting. The duo’s sites had to be on that for this, and if they weren’t, they pulled off a whopping record regardless. Get your free copy, and if you’re a fan of indie/alternative, then check out the original.
Let’s cut to the chase. It’s the weekend, and we’re ready to party. However, before the partying begins, there must be the pre-game, of course. Today, we have for you twelve tunes that are going to augment your, hopefully, already stellar weekend. If for some reason the week has got you extra down, with the help of the many artists, including Anevo, Snails, 8Er$, and Craze, we will pick up your spirits to the proper level. After all, it is the weekend! Time for the real fun to begin. #danceirresponsibly
Kill Them With Colour X Notorious BIG
Roll Wit Em
Maroon 5 Ft. Gwen Stefani
My Heart Is Open (Anevo Remix) FREE DOWNLOAD
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Vs. Ummet Ozcan
The Hum (Henrix Remix)
Zedd Feat. Selena Gomez
I Want You To Know (Dzeko & Torres Vs. Maestro Harrell Remix)
Contrvbvnd ✖ Silent Riot
8Er$ & Lordof Maximus ( Ft. Ddark )
Gonna Party Like (Sloth Syndrome Remix)
To Ü (Ramzoid Remix)
By Your Side (Krys Talk Remix)
Trap Shit V22 (Craze Remix)