Give credit where credit is deserved. Dillon Francis is remixing some catchy tunes as of late and its for this reason I keep putting his songs up. This time he attacks CSS’s Hits Me Like A Rock and decided to keep it a little less bassy by instead adding some sweet harmonics to the latter middle half of the song. I’m feeling his vibes and can’t wait from more tunage from the LA native.
CSS Hits Me Like A Rock (Dillon Francis Remix) [audio http://dl.soundowl.com/1647.mp3]
In a short period of time the ambitious Fadil El Ghould A.K.A. R3hab, firmly established his name in the Dutch dance scene. The vision of Wall Recordings isn’t complete without the mentioning of highly anticipated remixes by R3hab. Here are two bangers that drop. His performance is well noticed around the EDM community and as long as Afrojack has his back, he can’t really go wrong. R3hab is the highest demanded Dirty Dutch release remixer known. So good that our new welcome page features his remix of Sander Van Doorn’s Koko.
Not gay, in fact we’re all straight with it. In fact, I might even rock a fundoshi to my next rave. Martin Solveig drops his new album Smash this week. He also replicates the extremity and severity of another jaw dropper similar to his most famous song Hello. This one, Big In Japan, again features Dragonette, and takes pretty similar sounds away from his masterpiece. I like it, and know it’s about to blow up, so here’s your chance to grab it before it hits the booths everywhere.
Martin Solveig – Big In Japan (ft. Dragonette & Idoling) [audio http://dl.soundowl.com/11yn.mp3]
My apologies for the delayed posting today. Woke up with the headache of the century, turned over in my bed and felt like godzilla had punched me in the face. Fully recovered however and ready for round two. Here are a couple new party songs that have the upbeat rhythm we need to get up and start our nights off. First and foremost, Gym Class Heroes make a comeback from something like 2005 and return with a pretty sick party song that may or may not be the next Cookie Jar. Martin Solveig also releases a new single titled The Night Out which is pretty self explanatory. These are quite the chiller party songs, but nonetheless check them out, much more to come.
Gym Class Heroes ft. Adam Levine- Stereo Hearts [audio http://dl.soundowl.com/10gq.mp3]
Martin Solveig – The Night Out [audio http://dl.soundowl.com/10gs.mp3]
The Djs From Mars bring the mashup attitude into electrohouse. they start remixing big pop hits for their gigs in 2004, in BlissCo headquarters, just for fun. Their tracks are playlisted and supported by undiscussed top djs like David Guetta, Carl Cox, Bob Sinclar and more. Meantime they start touring all around the world, their cartoon box head show brings the aliens to Germany, Austria, France, Sweden, Italy, Australia, USA, Portugal, Spain, Poland, Brazil etc..
Their goal is to conquer the world
Adele vs. Robin S – Show Me In The Deep (DJs From Mars Classic Club Rmx) [audio http://dl.soundowl.com/zfw.mp3]
Paffendorf – Be Cool (Dj’s From Mars Radio Edit) [TFN Pick] [audio http://dl.soundowl.com/zfo.mp3]
The Wanted – Heart Vacancy (DJs From Mars Remix Radio Edit) [audio http://dl.soundowl.com/zfs.mp3]
With such a giant window for producers in the electronic game, the combination of both house club songs and dubstep music has begun to seep into the ears of so many clubgoers the last couple months. It’s like the festival has all collaborated into one giant mess of unbelievable. These have been some of my favorite tunes to come out and producers such as Skrillex, Nero, and youngin Porter Robinson have been all over this scene since day 1.
Who says the oldies is outdated? Sound Remedy does a brilliant job at remixing a classic. Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young was probably something your parents danced to back in the days. Well, here’s your updated refueled version from Sound Remedy, a nice change of pace with some upbeat tempo.
Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young – Judy Blue Eyes (Sound Remedy Remix) [audio http://dl.soundowl.com/ycu.mp3]
Let’s all keep it classy on Memorial Day, remember our troops, and celebrate how they would have liked us too. By drinking and dancing. New electronic everywhere this morning.
The French DJ/Producer is at it again, remixing Avicii’s Sweet Dreams. The song will drop June 6th, but here’s a dope preview of what will keep people dancing. His set from Vegas was posted earlier this month and features some good tunes as well. Check it
Avicii – Sweet Dreams (Gregori Klosman Remix)
Gregori Klosman – Turn on the Kast (April 2011)
1. Gregori Klosman – Intro 2011
2. Tim Mason – The Moment (Steve Angello Edit)
3. Axwell feat. Rudy vs Nicky Romero – Flash Your Heart (Gregori Klosman Bootleg)
4. Hardwell – Encoded
5. Diddy feat. Skylar Grey – Coming Home (Dirty South Remix)
6. Funkagenda – Splinter
7. Dabruck & Klein – The Flavour (Gregori Klosman Dub Remix)
8. Calvin Harris – Awooga
9. Alesso – Nillionaire
10. Dirty South & Sebastian Ingrosso vs AFM – American French Meichine (Gregori Klosman Bootleg)
11. Peter Gelderblom – Waitin 4 (Manuel De La Mare Remix)
12. Skitzofrenix & Jeff_Doubleu – Rushin
Started in february 2005. The project by producers Massi Arena and Fabio Liuzzi is based on a solid research for new sounds. Cyberpunkers produced their first single, Sex Machine, with Excess Music. In 2005 Sex Machine was supported by Pete Tong, Eric Prydz, Carl Cox, Eric Morillo, Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso… “Cyberpunkers” released their second single that was considered to be one of the best “Electronica Records” ever made. Then Cyberpunkers sign for Sandrino Beesley’s Mcgroove Records deciding to make it their own label.
Speedy J – Pull Over (Cyerpunkers Back to 90s Remix)
Fuckkk Offf – Brain Rock (Cyberpunkers Remix)