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Borgeous & Shaun Frank – This Could Be Love [The Rooftop Boys Remix]

New York deep house duo The Rooftop Boys are bringing us some much needed fresh tropical vibes in the middle of winter with their take on the Borgeous and Shaun Frank original This Could Be Love. This being our first encounter with The Rooftop Boys I was happily pleased with the detailed builds containing layer after layer of intricate and creative noises. The Rooftop Boys really utilize a wide variety of sounds without cluttering the track yet still maintaining a solid and energetic pace from start to finish. Nicely sampled vocals from the original are sure to keep any crowd chanting along to the beat, so head over to The Rooftop Boys Soundcloud and grab yourself a copy of this one for free. We cannot wait to see what this budding east coast duo has in store for the future, hopefully more of the same!

George Maple – Talk Talk [Moon Boots Remix]

The spaceman returns with a beautiful remix on the George Maple original Talk Talk. With a low and slow bass-line and airy vocals this track maintains a mellow but great vibe from start to finish. While we have come to love Moon Boots more up beat pieces it is really nice to see him showcase all his abilities with this melodic charmer of a remix. Slowly ramping up the volume and clarity of the vocals give this piece an exciting build feeling that keeps the listener awaiting and excited for each new section. Sultry synths and well placed keyboard riffs make this remix a true upgrade to the original.

Best of 2014: Remixes

There is just something about the remix that is so enjoyable, maybe it is the familiarness that comes as we may have previously enjoyed the piece as an original. The remix is a powerful tool for artists today as they are able to take a track and put their own twist on something that people can only enjoy more in many cases. It is also a chance to breathe fresh air into songs of the past that may have escaped our generation for one reason or another. This list spans a range of genres from the likes of deep house to future bass to nu-disco and more. Classic artists like Diplo and Big G continue to make this list while they are joined by the young guns Kygo, Hotel Garuda and SNBRN. This is a super fun playlist with a little bit of something for everyone so be sure to check out all the goods below and we cannot wait to see wait 2015 will bring us!

Mr. Propz – Nothing Really Matters [Kav Verhouzer Remix]

Dutch producer Kav Verhouzer has exploded onto the deep house scene in the past few months, topping charts with his melodic remixes and style. Today Kav has released his newest rework, an acoustic heart-felt remix of the Mr Propz original Nothing Really MattersGreat use of strings and acoustics bring this track to life and a plethora of sounds give the listener an experience comparable to that of a symphony. Leaving the vocals intact Verhouzer works his magic by building a truly original foundation beneath the track, essentially remixing from the ground up. Be sure to grab the track below and then head of to Verhouzer’s Soundcloud for all sorts of free music and some great mix-tapes.

Kid Astray – Back To The Ordinary (Option4 Remix)

Option4 is back on the remix decks, and this time he has brought the bounce to the Kid Astray single Back To The OrdinaryI don’t know if I can say I was really a fan of this track before it got the Option4 treatment. Utilizing the clean and crisp vocals of the indie-pop hit Option4 injects the track with a super fun breakdown and a bass line that is sure to make dance floors across the nation move. Well-placed samples, undermined vocal filters, additional snares, and a great piano hook keep this track moving from start to finish. Option4 truly breathed life into this track with his remix, go check it out now on HypeM and show the Denver ringleader some love!

The Griswolds – Beware The Dog (Autograf Remix)

Today I was pleasantly surprised to find that one of my favorite indie-dance tracks, the Griswolds single Beware The Dog, had gotten the Autograf remix treatment. Keeping the vibes future tropical and bringing some really awesome vocal filters and effects to the table really make this remix a must have. The additional flute riff and well-chosen vocal hooks only add to the message of the original track, unfortunately, this one will cost you a couple bucks on iTunes but stream away below!