After 3 electrically charged nights of debaucherous electronic dance music at EDC Las Vegas, Dutch-House DJ R3hab has released his nostalgic remix of “We’ll Be Coming Back,” originally produced by Calvin Harris & Example.
The tune is slightly accelerated with an exceptional amount of added volume around the bass and stronger punch at each drop. R3hab’s touches up the track with a bit of his own style by re-interpreting Calvin’s signature synth and adding a wider range of dynamic crescendo between each chorus.
We’ll Be Coming Back (R3hab EDC Vegas Remix) was released via R3hab’s soundcloud account on 6.28.2012. Enjoy.
Calvin Harris & Example
Well Be Coming Back (R3hab EDC Vegas Remix)
Canadian Singer/Songwriter Colin Munroe dropped a collab with GOOD Music spitter Pusha T back in February that flew under the radar. The good news is Zeds Dead have come to give this one some new life. The bad news is that we have to wait til sometime next week to feast our ears on the finished product.
Colin Munroe ft. Pusha T
The Fight Of My Life (Zeds Dead Remix) (Preview)
Happy Friday, ninjas! So for the past eight Friday’s I’ve been giving you my rally cry to get you up, out, and into some debauchery. Well tonight is no different. While this cat does look rather cozy, chillin’ with a beer, we’d like to inform you that such behavior is only acceptable on a weekday. You’ve worked all week, it’s time to get after it. To help you in your quest for drunken glory, we’ve carefully assessed the internet’s party music supply. and have developed a list of 10 ass shakin’ tracks for your weekend.
So download this zip, or play it from your phone, whatever you do; please dance irresponsibly.
California Love (Hip Hop Drop)
Bring The Noise & Torque
I Need The Music To Rock (Original Mix)
Scooter & Lavelle feat. Sue Cho – Beats Inside My Head (Revolvr VIP Remix)
Morgan Page vs. Nari & Milani – The Longest Atom (Morgan Page Mashup)
Redline (Deficio Remix)
Spencer Hill feat. MiMOSA
Let Out Da Freak (Alternative Mix)
Hard Rock Sofa and Squire
Just Cant Stay Away (Original Mix)
Dirty South and Thomas Gold
Alive feat. Kate Elsworth (Lucky Date Bootleg)
Hold Me One More Time At Midnight (Dzeko & Torres Edit)
The ever-busy German electronica duo Digitalism have produced another stellar remix, this time of The Rapture‘s 2011 single “Sail Away”. The original is quite indie rock, however Digitalism take the original and introduce a thumping beat through the song and incorporate the original’s vocals to create a swooning electronic remix. The vocals are summery, the beat is heavy and groovy, and Digitalism‘s synths coasting through the latter half of the track makes this a brilliant track for the early summer.
Hear the remix here, and the original just below.
Sail Away (Digitalism Remix)
Dillon Francis may be one of the strangest EDM producers around right now with his obsession of putting peoples faces on cats, but he can drop the bass! This remix of Steve Aoki’s ‘Control Freak’ featuring Blaqstarr & Kay is one hard-hitting Moombahton track. With the “uncontrolled” glitch sounds of Electro House and the drum beat of Moombahton, this is a track that will rock a party. There is a very fun and detailed 1st drop that leads onto a calming breakdown with beautiful vocals by Kay. Next thing you know, an even harder 2nd drop is making the hairs on the back of your neck stand up. This truly is a track that will make you want to jump around and have a good time!
Control Freak feat. Blaqstarr & Kay (Dillon Francis Remix)
One of the most difficult things about this business is coming across remixes of your favorite tracks. When you have a song that you’re in love with, it’s almost a sin to hear it in any other way. There is, however, the occasions where you hear that remix that blows you away. Case in point: Germany Germany’s remix of Oh No! Yoko’s “Go Alien”.
The mega-indie-pop track from Oh No! Yoko’s album Pau Pau is near and dear to my heart. The poppy structure and dreamy vocals provide a track that I’ve listened to time and time again. Canadian remixer Germany Germany has utilized those dreamy vocals to create a gorgeous remix. The shoegaze build up is massive, and downright beautiful. The remix then builds into something a little more upbeat, incorporating rock elements to tie it back to the original.
Whether you liked the original track, or didn’t, this is one remix that you’ll want to hit repeat on.
Oh No! Yoko
Go Alien (Germany Germany remix)
After dominating the Moombahton and Baltimore Club scene, Rotterdam-based producer, Munchi, sets his sights on the Trap music game with the Rotterdam Trap EP. The EP is aptly named as it fuses the in-your-face sub bass and hi-hat stabs of Trap, with sounds that you would normally hear from a Dutch house tune. Trap has quickly come into vogue for DJs and this EP is sure to be making its way into a set near you soon.
As for the music, every track on this EP is nothing but energy. The tracks “Master at Work” and “Bouncing Harbour” are epic hype tracks that should make everyone in the place go bananas. Munchi’s trap remix of the infamous “Moombah” sums up the EP and really shows just how well Trap influences can melt into house. Another quality production from the Mad Decent label as Munchi takes Trap to a whole new level.
Master at Work (Real El Canario Remix
Bouncing Harbour (Funkin Matt Rmx
DJ Chuckie & Silvio Ecomo
Moombah (Afrojack Rmx
Gregor Salto, DJ Chuckie & Green Velvet
Toys Are Nuts vs. Shake & Pop (Munchis Damn Son... VIP)