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[House] Sam Feldt – Show Me Love (EDX Indian Summer Remix)

Sam Feldt
Show Me Love (EDX's Indian Summer Remix) [Available June 1]

There’s nothing like an uplifting remix to start the month of May off on the right foot. Twenty-year veteran of the scene, EDX, is back at it once again, and this time, he’s taken on Sam Feldt’s modern day remake of the 1993 classic, “Show Me Love,” by Robin S.

Hot off the heels of his latest, successful releases, “Want You,” and “Remember House,” and his massive Progression of Sound US Takeover tour, the Swiss-based producer doesn’t seem to be content with sitting back anytime soon, as he’s not only premiered his “Show Me Love” remix, but the hard-working artist has also announced his latest “Want You” North American tour, which will hit 11 cities across the states in 31 days.

On his “Show Me Love” remix, EDX builds upon the uplifting, soothing nature of Sam Feldt’s re-imagination, infusing the track with summery vibes. EDX’s remix takes on a more club-ready persona, as he adds a big, thumping melody that perfectly complements the sunny nature of Feldt’s original. EDX’s remix of “Show Me Love” will be released on June 1st via Spinnin’ Deep, and you can pre-order the remix. Get tickets to catch EDX on his “Want You” tour here.

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[Deep House] EDX – Want You (Radio Mix)

Want You (Radio Mix)

This Swiss-based producer’s releases have effortlessly topped Beatport charts over the last few months, and it seems like he’s due for another chart-dominating song. Mastering his craft over the last decades, EDX has developed a reputation for his melody-driven studio work, and high energy live sets, both of which have kept him in the forefront of the electronic music scene.

Ever since we first heard EDX’s latest track, “Want You,” during its premiere on Pete Tong’s BBC Radio 1 show, we can’t seem to get enough. This clubby smash incorporates a smooth, driving groove, underlying subtle instrumentation, and a vocal that’ll get stuck in your head in no time.

As EDX’s first release on Ministry of Sounds sub-label HK Records, “Want You” is now available on Beatport.

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[Deep House] EDX – Remember House (Radio Edit)

Remember House (Radio Edit)

Do you “Remember House?” Because EDX sure does. Fresh off the release of a remix of “Uruguay” by fellow Helvetic Nerds members Nora en Pure and Sons of Maria, that has dominated the Beatport Deep House charts, the trusted Swiss-based producer has delivered the perfect track to bust us out of our Monday blues.

Released today on Enormous Tunes, “Remember House” is another departure from EDX’s prototypical progressive house stylings that we’ve become accustomed to, but that doesn’t mean the track isn’t just as good as his oldies, if not better. Intricately layering a deep, punchy bass line with crafty percussive patterns and a memorable vocal loop, EDX injects a naturally energetic personality into the track, making it the perfect club construction.

The track is available for purchase on Beatport here, and look out for more exciting things to come out of this dance music veteran in 2015 by following him on Soundcloud.

3/13 – La Santa – Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
3/14 – Prime – Boston, MA
3/15 – Shepard’s Beach – Clearwater, FL
3/18 – Mansion – Miami, FL
3/19 – CREATE – Los Angeles, CA
3/20 – Foxtail Pool Club – Las Vegas, NV
3/21 – NIGHCLUB @ Ameristar – St. Charles, MO
3/22 – Yoshitoshi – Miami, FL
3/27 – MOKAI – Miami, FL
3/27 – Ultra – Miami, FL
3/28 – FIFTY – Miami, FL
3/28 – Hyde Beach – Miami, FL
3/29 – Rec Room – Miami, FL

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EDX – No Xcuses 206 [TMN EXCLUSIVE]

No Xcuses 206 (Presented by TheMusicNinja.com)
Just yesterday, EDX left fans with a cliffhanger when he released a teaser for his upcoming original, “Remember House.” The Swiss DJ/producer has shown no sign of slowing down in 2015 – especially with his sensational weekly podcast series, No Xcuses. Every week, EDX serves fans an hour long mix of the most flavorful house music in the game.

This week, we are thrilled to exclusively premiere the 206th episode of No Xcuses at The Music Ninja. This week’s episode skillfully showcases the stylings of Jack Holiday, Mike Mago, David Vrong, Zonerling, and many more. Keep your week on a high-note with No Xcuses 206 and be sure to snag the free download on iTunes

01. Eelke Kleijn – Mistakes I’ve Made (Zonderling Remix) [Spinnin]
02. Dr. Kucho & Gregor Salto Featuring Ane Brun – Cant Stop Playing Makes Me High (Oliver Heldens & Gregor Salto Vocal Extended) [Spinnin]
03. Jack Holiday – Yes (Original Mix) [PinkStar]
04. EDX – Remember House (Played in ENOX 203)
05. Dear David – I’ve Been Waiting (Umek & Mike Vale Remix) [Icons]
06. UMEK feat. Waka Flocka – Cheezin (Original Mix) [Spinnin]
07. Gorgon City ft Jennifer Hudson – Go All Night (Nicky Night Time Remix) [Virgin]
08. Me & My Toothbrush – One Thing (eSQUIRE Piano Remix) [Promo]
09. Avicii – The Nights (Mike Mago Remix) [PRMD]
10. Lika Morgan – Sweet Dreams (Original Mix) [No Definition]
11. Digitalism – Second Chance (David Vrong) [ZEROTHREE RECORDS]
12. Starkillers & Dmitry KO – Sriracha (Original Mix) [Size Records]
13. Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano ft. KiFi – Come Follow (Original Mix) [Spinnin]
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[Deep House] EDX – Remember House (Teaser)

Remember House (TEASER)

Maurizio Colella, aka EDX, has been a machine the past year in developing his thriving career. Between forward thinking originals, exquisite remixes, his weekly No Xcuses podcast, and his recent ‘Progression of Sound’ US Tour, we have begun to think that Colella has a super power that does not require sleep. To keep fans on their toes once again, EDX previews his newest original, “Remember House,” that is out via Enourmous Records on March 2nd to kick start the festival season.

EDX has created a niche in the dance soundscape with his trademark blend of progressive and deep house that fans immediately feel in love with. After a first listen of “Remember House,” it seems that EDX may be taking a slight departure from his signature sound. EDX layers a throbbing bassline with vintage vocals and entrancing pad work to deliver a club banger that still resembles his beloved progressive style. Although EDX throws us a curve ball with “Remember House,” we will be excited to see what other tricks he has up his sleeve for 2015.

Be sure to check out EDX‘s last remix of Nora En Pure and Sons of Maria’s “Uruguay” that has been #2 on Beatport Deep House Charts and #12 on the Overall Charts. Grab your copy here.

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