Based out of Houston, TX, up-and-coming producer Feature Cuts shows his ability to take a track that is remixed constantly, and still make it his own. A great dub step track that doesn’t go over the top with womps. Enjoy!
I know how everyone complains about how many remixes there are to Avicii’s “Levels,” and I agree, but this isn’t technically a remix. George Monev, a producer from Melbourne takes “Levels” and puts it in reverse, giving it a brand new feel. A pretty unique idea if you ask me, give it a listen..
A freebie from Sonny Moore for all his fans after taking home three Grammys the other night. Not the usual Dubstep we’re used to hearing from Skrillex, but a good progressive house track nonetheless.
After releasing a preview under the title ‘F*ck School,’ Tim Bergling and Nicky Romero’s highly-anticipated collaboration ‘Nicktim’ is finally released in finished form. Although I’m scared for what else Avicii has in store for 2012, I feel hopeful knowing that when the worlds ends, we’ll be dancing to him not Britney Spears. Or both.
The French house producer Fred Falke blew my mind when I first heard him two summers ago, since then he’s been practically dormant. Until now that is. Here is his impressive remix of NERO’s ‘Reaching Out,’ which I hope signifies a 2012 comeback. After hearing this I’m sure glad the house king is back to challenge Avicii for the title.
Fred Falke – 8:08 @ The Beach [Click to Download]
With only the live, unfinished version of this Avicii & NERVO collaboration floating around the web, today’s mastered release means we get to hear the track how it was intended. No word yet on when Avicii’s full-length studio album Battery Pack will be released, but it should be one for the ages.
Sweden-native and veteran producer Eric Prydz gives us a new take on the hit M83 single, ‘Midnight City.’ This track has been remixed on several occasions but when a big name like Prydz puts his spin on such a well-known track, it’s worth sharing.
Avicii unveiled this incredible live mix at his New Year’s Eve Concert in New York City, and considering there were upwards of 10,000 people in attendance, this must have been one hell of a concert. For now he has released the live set version, but with with CDQ version coming soon it is sure to be another chart topping hit. Enjoy!
Stanford, CA natives Sex Ray Vision are back with another sick electro remix, this time reworking Deadmau5 and Kaskade’s smooth collaboration track, “Move For Me”. Like them on Facebook to stay up on all their latest remixes. Enjoy!