In light of Jeff Montalvo aka Seven Lions announcing a competition to cover his euphoric song “Days to Come”,production duo Coyote Kisses put their talents to work to remix the track and came up with a wonderful piece incorporating live instruments and electronic to create a beautiful hybrid of two genres. Exciting guitar riffs, cut up vocals, and melodic synth lines make this one a treat for the ears. If you enjoyed this track vote for the song HERE for the remix contest.
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Parker Ighile's melodic and mellow track, "So Beautiful," gets a high-speed makeover when put into the hands of Los Angeles electronic music duo, Candyland. Their re-working preserves all the musicality and emotion of the original, but bumps up the tempo and throws in some clean bass drops that are just heavy enough for t
If their name didn't look so intimidating in print, we're positive it would be a household state by now. Known for their fearless incorporation of heavy bass and their cross-switching creativity, Bavarian electronic music duo Schlachthofbronx have brought us another solid remix
On November 17th, the master of all things bass returned to the big city for a two night stint at Manhattan’s Terminal 5. As expected, Bassnectar brought his usual arsenal of heavy bass-infected tunes. However, Lorin managed to throw a few unexpected twists into the mix. Bassnecta
Who knew “Gangnam Style” could be so filthy! Taking a turn at remixing the musical phenomenon, Baltimore based bass aficionado Rekoil, took the filth level to a whole other level after the drop turns the track from the original into massive loads of deep bass. Find a free download of this track HERE.
We didn’t think we could love this track any more after Solidisco released its bass-driven remix of the track by Icona Pop. We were wrong. This latest take on the single cranks up the heat in the bassline and brings a much darker, edgier electro-house sound. The mastermind be
We loved the original by Electric Joy Ride and Brenton Mattheus for its upbeat melodies and dance-y showcase of synths. Now, to keep our ears happy, the team has brought us a collection of remixes by some of the most promising up-and-comers in the scene. Vancouver DJ and produ
From its brooding intro track, “The Demon Slayer Pt. 1,” we knew this EP was going to be one for the books. But then, DJ and producer ill.Gates is no stranger to creating hits that take listeners on a jo
New York based underground king, Dances with White Girls takes hold of the airwaves with his mix he did for Coopenhagen based audio equipment company AIAIAI. Categorized as “Bootyrave”, Dances With White Girls reminds us who knows how to cave in a dance floor when he spins some tracks laced with some extremely
Last month we brought you a review of Topher Jones’s triumphant anthem, “Hello Chicago.” We’re back now to bring you the remixes in case you were itching for a different take on the original