Fedde le Grand is without a doubt one of the biggest DJs in the world. His skills both inside and out of the studio are the stuff legends are made of. Whether he’s playing at the Electric Daisy Carnival or constantly hitting the #1 spot on beatport he is always on the top of his game. He has toured nearly every destination in the world and has performed in front of some of the biggest crowds ever comprised. We had the honor of interviewing Fedde and this is how it went…
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Thomas Gold has been one of this biggest names of 2011 with his tracks “Agora” and “Alive” in addition to his remixes of “Set Fire to the Rain” and “Judas”. He just released his year end mix further enforcing his status as a top DJ and is set to play at Insomniac’s White Wonderland 2011 on January 1st. And as if that wasn’t enough Thomas decided to give us all a huge bootleg he produced combining “Turbulence”, “Mutfakta”, and “Flashback” into one monster track. This track is much stronger than most of Thomas’ original productions but does not lack in quality. Be sure to check this out and grab it for free by liking his Facebook Page. Enjoy..
Tim Berg has just released a new remix of his famous song “Bromance”. Cazzette combines the original masterpiece with his hard hitting style and it creates quite the club banger. At the 3:03 mark it breaks down into Tim Berg’s famous melody and it builds into cazzette’s hard hitting, synth firing drop.
Dada Life anounced a remix contest a while back for their huge release “Happy Violence” and a winning track has finally been selected. Up and coming producer Special Features has made some recent noise in the industry with his remix of “Strobe” in addition to this track. His sound is truly progressive with key electro elements, thus making it hard to typecast his sound. It’s a fun, upbeat rendition of a track that already demands the crowd’s attention. Keep an eye out for Special Features in 2012 because this guy is sure to make an impact on the industry in the coming year. Check out his Facebook Page too for other great tracks and free mixes!
In this video Laidback Luke talks about his upcoming remix of “Dancin” by Aaron Smith as well as previews the monster track. LBL mentions his insistence of making the track an official remax rather than bootleg due to the positive responces from diverse crowds. The preview features the heavy drop that just screams Laidback Luke. His style is so unique and high-energy that it cannot be classified as dutch, electro, progressive, or trance; it’s more of a distinct combination of all of the above. Be sure to check back Jan. 19 for the official release.
The video says it all. 2011 was an eventful year for Modestep, the four member, bass heavy electronic band from the UK as they toured across the world and garnered millions of views on Youtube for their unique brand of original videos. This video highlights moments of the band from their video ‘Summer of Modestep’, showing the crowd getting wild to their music as well as the tracks remixers. This track takes the original song and kicks it up into 3rd gear, providing it with a brostep rendition that any hardcore dubstep fans will enjoy thoroughly.
Modestep – To The Stars (Break The Noize & The Autobots Remix)
One of Drum n’ Bass’s biggest up and comers from the UK is Tantrum Desire, who has been topping the DnB charts with “Reach”, a track which focuses primarily on female vocals over a breakbeat similar to the likes of Sub Focus or Spor. The breakdown synths gradually introduce wider and more intricate melodic structures to the mix with the drum component. Extensive use and modulation of delay times and feedback on the vocals produces an ambient room reverb, pushing the vocals further to the front of the mix. Since being signed to Technique Recordings, Jay Faleye has remixed tracks from artists such as Shock One, Futurebound, and Laidback Luke.
Tantrum Desire – Reach (Original Mix)
“We Found Love” by Rihanna and Calvin Harris has proven to be one of the most remixable tracks in recent memory having been remixed by some of the biggest names around like Chuckie and R3hab. This Wobble Wednesday dubstep version, however, comes from a small name producer and DJ – Glitchdick. Despite the quirky name, Glitchdick has proven to be a beast in the studio with huge remixes of songs including and not limited to “Save The World” and “Bromance”. I’m sure you all are getting tired of hearing Rihanna’s vocals at this point but the drop at the 1:08 mark totally changes the complexion of the song with its high-frequency perpetual wobbles that overload you with bass.
Here we have a dubstep rendition of a 1995 classic by the legendary Daft Punk; what more could you ask for? This diverse remix of “Da Funk” features a traditional build and drop but really excels through its musicality by transforming the original song with heavy hitting wobbles. This is the sort of track that brings EDM music lovers of all sorts together to cohesively agree on the excellence of the music. It is a rare trait in the music industry to be able to cross such barriers but little known producer Schoolboy has done just that. Be sure to check this one out and his Facebook Page too if you like what you hear!