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]
Damn girl. She Blows Remix by Dillon Francis. Pretty pretty moombahton.
The homie from LA, Dillon Francis, is absolutely killin’ it. Moombahton: Are you in? I was slow to get on the Moombahton train and I’m still not fully on it. But I feel it. And I see it. I’m ready to ride it. Dillon Francis has been one of the biggest up and comers, and with the back up of Skrillex and other successful artists he’s about ready for the big stage. With the Moombahton movement just gaining steam, Dillon shows us some diversifying with adding a little bit of bass into it. Check out his new remix of Chase & Status Hitz. Once the released version comes out, i’ll hit you with that.
Chase & Status – Hitz (Dillon Francis Remix)
Kito & Reija Lee – Broken Hearts (Dillon Francis Remix)
Almost out of nowhere, Dillon Francis has broken from the throng of young electronic music producers with a stream of world-class remixes. Dillon has caught the attention of some of the top players, including Steve Aoki, Diplo, Will I. Am, Drop The Lime, Sinden, and Tittsworth to name a few. His blistering productions have been heavily supported by Major Lazer, who have opened their show with “Westside!,” the Dutch House-flavored monster that was consistently rinsed by top DJs on both sides of the pond.
Along with Dillon Francis tunes comes Jakwob. Jakwob began making music aged 10 as a multi-instrumentalist and has been involved in many groups from his teenage years onwards, beginning in jazz but moving on to death metal and folk. His style is notable for its transcending of genres and its relative ‘accessibility’ given the dubstep genre. Both his original work and remixes combine elements of dubstep, electro, ghetto-tech and break-beat. Listen to his new release “Right Beside You” which features the beautiful voice of Smiler.
Dillon Francis – Take Me High(Original Mix) [audio http://boxstr.net/files/7320230_6bdjs/Take%20Me%20High.mp3]
Dillon Francis – Masta Blasta (Original Mix) [audio http://boxstr.net/files/7320229_5rjz1/Masta%20Blasta%20%28Original%20Mix%29.mp3]
Jakwob – Right Beside You ft. Smiler (Original Mix) [audio http://boxstr.net/files/7320227_x8eir/Right%20Beside%20You%20ft.%20Smiler%20%28Original%20Mix%29.mp]