Denver based house duo Action 52 ventures into the G-house world with this super fun vocal driven remix of the Ludacris classic How Low. Being a huge fan of house musics more hip-hop inspired tracks this one will definitely be going directly into my own personal set list and is sure to light up any dance floor. With a super bouncy bass line and a bit of tweaking on the vocals this track rises and falls perfectly as Matty and Scott set the listener up for the energetic verses. Grab the free download below via the Action 52 Facebook page and head over to HypeM and heart this track!
Earlier this week, Bay Area underground veteran and Acid Crunk mastermind An-Ten-Nae dropped a fresh future bass remix of alt-J‘s new single, “Hunger Of The Pine.” It’s an exciting reworking of an already-great track that highlights the best elements of the song and uses them in an interesting way while bringing something new to the table in the form of An-Ten-Nae‘s signature bass sound. It’s dark, it’s bubbly, and it’s definitely alternative in more ways than one. This is not your typical dance remix.
In many ways, the remix follows the same structure as alt-J’s original version, including a climactic finish with horns and haunting vocals, but An-Ten-Nae does what he does best and adds a distinct bass-heavy twist throughout the entire track. It’s a slow track, but it packs a heavy punch and lots of energy. As always, An-Ten-Nae is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to creating truly unique bass music.
After exploding onto the scene last year with his huge remix of You Know You Like It, the French producer Tchami returns today to pay his respects to Chicago’s one and only Marshall Jefferson. Jefferson played a massive role in the development of the Chicago and Deep house scene and was really on of the first people to utilize the piano in a house or club type track like Move Your Body. At the time of its release Move Your Body brought an infectious sound to club dance floors around the world and Tchami has done an amazing job making additions to the classic while maintaining the addictive hooks and sounds that made this song such a game changer in the first place. Grab the download below, and show Tchami some love for keeping the music free!
Throttle joins the expanding forces hailing from Australia, on a joinery of disco domination as the music sweeps over the American dance scene. More and more club bookings and festival stages have been designated to the disco movement this summer, bringing a smile so wide to myself and the rest of the team here. Throttle believes he fits into the Dirty Disco sub category with that being the title of his mix series. Several of his originals have over 100K views on Soundcloud with his Avicii remix of “You Make Me’ even earning him a spot to open for Avicii during his Australian tour this past winter. Out now is his newest remix, the familiar vocals of Sam Smith are paired with some amazing piano rips and groovy guitar chords. Grab the remix for free ninety-nine while supplies last.
The Aussies continue to bring the heat this summer as the insurgents continue to conquer our vast country, spreading their beats from coast to coast. Motez is helping lead the charge with his jacking drums and davy baselines. Bringing the deepness of down under is a full time job, as Motez hits us with yet another unbelievable edit this time of Iggy Azalea‘s Fancy. Although Motez is currently tearing it up at the home country, he is due to announce a North American tour today. Keep your ears and eyes out for the announcement, we are all crossing our fingers for a set near you!
Tommie Sunshine recently spent a few days out in the deserts of Nevada cranking out beats with newcomer Halfway House with some unexpected results. Taking on a legendary classic, the threesome plugged in just the right amount of electo to create a modern day club heater. Read what Mr. Sunshine had to say about this release and please make sure to enjoy the FREE download..
“With all due respect to George Clinton & Parliament, I present you a new version of their classic “Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker)”. I made this alongside Halfway House, a recent Brooklyn Fire signing who’ve made a HUGE impression on me. I traveled to Las Vegas where they live just to work with them & we made 3 tracks in 3 days; one of which is this one. Its such a pleasure to make music alongside people who aren’t just collaborators but truly are your friends. Expect many things from us in the future & for now, GIVE UP THE FUNK!!!