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Sunday
Sep152013

"Atlas" (Gazzo Remix) - Coldplay

Back in June, Gazzo brought us a breathtaking remix of "Just Breathe," and today he brings us back to that sharp progressive sound for a remix of one of the biggest names in pop rock. Gazzo caught the new release fast, grabbing that coveted electronic makeover and doing it complete justice. The strength of his production seems to be the way in which he adds to the intensity of originals instead of overpowering them, which in this case translates into a hefty injection of euphoria that engulf the listener in anthemic breaks. Grab the free download now and keep your eyes fixed on this upcoming producer!

By Edward Fancher

Tuesday
Aug272013

"Disco Shit" (Glitter Remix) - Avrosse

This´╗┐ is grade A, one hundred percent pure columbian cocaine, ladies and gentlemen - "Disco Shit." Avrosse's original made swells in the nightlife circuit last summer with its catchy sound and stuporously repetitive vocal sample, but today a producer by the name of Glitter is here to reinvigorate the track with a much needed update for 2013. The result of his labors is one of the most seductive, gritty basslines I've ever heard. Honestly I just want to hug my subwoofer and listen to this all day. Grab the free download.

By Edward Fancher

Tuesday
Aug272013

"Nightlight" (Party Ghost Remix) - Sydney Blu, JD, & Betsie Larkin [Free Download]

The contrast between the haunting opening piano chords and Betsie Larkin's tormenting vocals with the Electro House breakdown make "Nightlight" a true enigma of a track. Deep House matron Sydney Blu's latest tour de force is flipped on its heels with a strapping fix by Party Ghost who sends knee-buckling bass tremors through the veins of the original. The vocals on this are truly remarkable and although the track is a bit lopsided overall, it has a lot of potential as one of the year's most overlooked, untouched productions. Grab the free download below! 

By Edward Fancher

Tuesday
Aug202013

"Soothe My Soul" (Feed Me Remix) - Depeche Mode

Depeche Mode's latest album that released this Spring Delta Machine has been hailed by Entertainment Weekly as "the strongest album the group has put out this century." Any festival fanatic knows that all the big DJs love to spin the Depeche Mode classics, but there's far more remix prospects in their synthpop discography than "Personal Jesus." Today I present you with a track that released back in July but has yet to be featured online, Feed Me's remix of "Soothe My Soul," the second single released off the album after "Heaven." Jon Gooch's monstrous persona has developed into a production outlet that feeds right into the meaty, synth-layering that sets him and this remix apart from a lot of the tunes circulating cyberspace right now. Jon recently pushed his album release back to October so we may possibly see this tune land a spot on the tracklisting. Stay tuned for more!

By Edward Fancher

Wednesday
Aug142013

"Wasting My Young Years" (Sound Remedy Remix) - London Grammar [Track of the Day]

Some voices are born to fill electronic music with the proper emotion and reality to accompany the rolling vibes produced from the cacophony of synths, drumbeats, and hi-hats. Voices of Lana Del Rey, Ellie Goulding, and more recently, Hannah Reid of "London Grammar" have been center stage as features spanning many genres, including House, Trance, and Dubstep. LA's Sound Remedy has taken notice to Reid's pipes and recently went to work on his remix of London Grammar's track, "Wasting My Young Years." Filled with liberating piano chords paired with guitar strums resembling those accustom to The XX, Sound Remedy took the beautiful original score and added a level of strength and ambition to the track with the subtle yet forceful break continuing into a sustained rager of a chorus. This is definitely a track to check out. I am hoping to see Sound Remedy in Chapel Hill next Tuesday to feel this song in person with all its glory. If you're in New York City like some of us you have to be sure to check him out under the vibrating sounds of Cielo's Funktion One soundsystem this Friday alongside Victor Niglio!

By Matthew Colner