Rising French production/DJ talent, Lou Ruinart, drops off a groovy deep house remix of Lauren Zettler’s track, “Getaway.”
Driven by a floor-filling bassline groove, Lou’s remix of “Getaway” has an awesome blend of deep house club sounds and mainstream radio appeal. Playing to the strengths of Lauren’s vocals from the original track, Lou keeps the verses/breakdowns relatively minimal, before transitioning to summer-ready, deep house bassline sections that would surely get any club moving. Be sure to stream this gem here and grab your free download below:
Budding Ohio-based production/DJ talent, Caffrey, has delivered an energetic and club-ready rework of Chris Brown’s hit, “Yeah 3X.”
To be perfectly honest, I’m not much of a fan of the original Chris Brown track. However, upon hearing this rework which transforms the hip hop original into an energetic house cut, I was immediately impressed with Caffrey’s production abilities. Driven by a steady, simplistic bassline groove and energetic drum tracks, Caffrey does a really good job of keeping his audience in mind, delivering a very playable house track that DJ’s would certainly like to drop in their club sets. Although this is just the instrumental version, you can download the full version with vocals below. Be sure to stream here and grab your copy below:
Dance through the midweek with another fine hour long mix from Australia’s Christian Krauter.
The budding DJ talent has just dropped off a live set recording of his “Fruit Bat Parteah” mix, and it’s an hour of pure house grooves that set a downtempo, yet very danceable and chilled out vibe, perfect to help power through the midweek blues. Christian has put together an awesome selection of tracks in this mix, featuring songs from Dua Lipa, ZHU & Nero, Tradelove, Christian Ciotola and more. Dive in and enjoy this stellar mix!
Budding production and DJ talent from France, Leink, joins forces with fellow producer, John Kooks, for a party-ready electro house track, “Shimmy Shake.”
Using the vocals from the 740 Boyz’ throwback original, Leink and John Kooks have really delivered an excellent, modern electro house sound in this track, making a very playable original cut that could work well in club or festival sets. The breakdowns are prime to get the party starter with those addicting vocals from the original’s shouting over sirens and boom-bap drum tracks. We’re then steadily built up and eventually dropped into two gritty, energetic, and distorted electro-driven drops that round out an excellent release from these up-and-coming talents. Be sure to stream “Shimmy Shake” here and grab your free download below:
Budding production talents, iamMTN & Kye Lewis, team up for an energetic, floor-shaking original track with “Daedalus.”
Smashing forward with a big room bounce sound, “Daedalus” has every element that is needed for a proper festival and club banger. Melodic breakdowns feature energetic arps that keep the anticipation building alongside padded chords that work to provide a soaring atmosphere. We’re transitioned swiftly to towering builds that keep the track building high before we’re ultimately dropped into two bouncy and powerful, mainstage worthy drops that would surely ignite any crowd into a frenzy. If you’re looking for tracks for your upcoming weekend party playlist, be sure to stream this jam here and grab your free download below:
With a bass-driven hybrid trap sound, Seattle-based production talent, Ayo, returns to deliver an excellent original cut with “Get It Get It,” out now on UFO Recordz.
Ayo has certainly impressed with his productions and progression over the course of the past year, dropping successful originals and remixes in a variety of genres. Now, “Get It Get It” sees Ayo keep his focus on a deep bass sound which combines gritty basslines with a strong subbass, smooth drum tracks, ethnic-inspired top line melodies in the drop sections, and an excellent use of vocal looping to keep the track flowing smoothly through almost four minutes of hybrid trap bliss. I can really see this track going off in a club set that needs a jolt of bass-heavy goodness. Be sure to stream this gem here or stream/download from your favorite platform below:
Yesterday we shared a track from producer Rodney Hazard’s “Saint or Savage” album released just about a month ago. Here, we’re happy to share ey another track off his fantastic album, this time focusing on “Resurrection,” featuring the vocals of Bipolar Sunshine.
With some more chill vibes acting as the foundation for this track, Rodney again focuses on creating an instrumental that uses minimal components to make an impactful sound. Driven by perfectly executed drum tracks and smooth pads which create warm atmospheres, “Resurrection” sets an awesome foundation for Bipolar Sunshine’s slightly auto-tuned and very catchy vocal performance to shine. I have to admit, this is one hook that got stuck in my head after the very first listen. Rodney’s definitely no stranger to dropping top quality hip hop productions, and the rest of the “Saint or Savage” album is also well worth the listen. Be sure to stream this jam here and check out the full album below:
France’s own Nick Stevanson returns quickly after delivering his “Future 1.0″ EP. Going the remix route, Nick has now dropped off a stellar remix of Lura & Ruggiero’s track, “Know Your Name.”
In true Nick Stevanson style, this remix is all about the energy and bringing that energy straight to the dancefloor. With the pop vocals gracing the top of the track with their addicting verses and hooks, Nick perfectly layers them with smooth chord progressions and awesome electric guitar riffs before transitioning us seamlessly to towering builds. Finally, we’re dropped into pumping subbass-driven drops that take the energy to the next level and provide a floor-filling sound that is extremely playable for club and festival DJ’s alike. Be sure to stream this jam here and grab your free download below: