What you don’t want more Gangnam Style tuneage? The South Korean dance phenomenon inspired Macarena man to go into hiding when the single, video and dance craze all took shape in 2012. Well it’s 2013 so instead of looking back at what was here are 4 new renditions of the famed track, overseen and dialed up a notch by two of EDM’s finest – Diplo and Afrojack
Who would have thought that Baauer's "Harlem Shake" video would become the next big youtube sensation since "Gangnam Style." Well it happened and not only is everyone and their grandmother doing the "Harlem Shake" but it reached number 1 on iTunes overall chart beating some of the biggest artists in the world
Coming early next year to Spinnin' Records is Candyland's EP, "Bring The Rain." Candyland has been gaining some well-deserved recognition since the release of heavy hitting remixes like their rewordings of Bingo Players' "Rattle," Psy's "Gangnam Style," and J-Kwon's "Tipsy," which are just a few productions from the ever-growing list of fantastic remixes
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.
Canadian duo Dzeko & Torres has been making waves in 2012, with their tracks making it into sets from some of the biggest EDM heavyweights in the game. Now the DJ/production twosome has hit us with two more tracks, with one being the high energy progressive house banger “Buppy”. Oscillating synths and grinding bas
It was only a matter of time before both popular sensations trap and PSY’s Gangnam style came together, and Japanese trap duo Watapachi were the ones to do it. Labeled the “Watapachi Hyphy Remix,” they get downright grimy with some intense snare and clap action that gives “Gangnam Style” a complete urban makeover. Watapachi
First premiered on Tiesto’s Club Life, San Francisco based producer Ken Loi has mashed together Firebeatz and Schella’s “Dear New York” with viral sensation PSY’s “Gangnam Style” for a Ken Loi Bootup that will have everyone going crazy. The crazy acidic lines and the quirky “Gangnam Style” vocal sample work together in harmony to create a banger that no one can deny. While you’re at it, check out Ken Loi on Facebook for