I’ve been posting some big Mixmash tunes lately mainly because Mixmash always seems to be on point with innovative music. Today we have three very different remixes by some relatively unknown producers, which is typical of Mixmash to give us bangers by those we’ve never heard before. First of the remixes is my favorite by Twinz Beatz. This here is complete trap banger. Wish I knew more about this release as with all the rest of the remixes, but this is a sure pants dropper on the dance floor. Next we have Blasterjaxx, who creates an electro house remix that is very similar to that dutch house style that Laidback Luke encompasses so very successfully. Lastly is a remix by Marc Benjamin who gives us that progressive house jam that seems to mesh seamlessly with the vocals as if it were an original. Please show your favorite remixer your support by buying their music or supporting them on Facebook.
This EP is some fresh ish for those heavy dubstep and electro fans who also like to dabble in some dutch house and moombahton. GTA, whom I grew very found of due to Mixmash during 2012, is making some innovative stuff with this grime, dutch, electro house, techno combination. The first song that is titled by the EP, “Ai Novinha”, is a dutch house banger that encompasses plenty of techno influences that has one the most unexpected face melting drops I’ve heard, and enjoyed, in a very long time. The last song on the EP, “Bath Salts”, is another genre bending song. Again with dubstep, dutch house, and techno, there is also some influences from moombahton with the drums and kicks.
Deorro, formerly known as TON!C, will always be one of my favorite producers for what he has done for his fans over the years. Understandably he can’t give away everything for free, but he delights us with a christmas treat in his new track, “Come And Get Me”. I’m loving this piece of originality from this guy as he proceeds to create originality in a genre he has come to perfect, the blend of dutch and progressive house. On the vocals we have Tess Marie who meshes seamlessly with Deorro’s style. To get this song hit the link below and follow the directions.
While trying to get caught up on my tunes I can across an amazing tune similar to that of “Atom” in style and quality. This track by Jewelz & Scott Sparks is an electro/progressive track that will make your feet leave the floor. I’m really enjoying the intensity of this song, as I imagine an army progressing across a field into battle only to meet their counterparts and suddenly drop their weapons and just begin to dance. Great jam here with the perfect amount of dutch.
I’ve been waiting on one of my favorite french producers, Brodinski, to release Bromance #7 to release for some time now, and he goes to town on it. Brodinski is so unique, there’s nobody in the game who can touch his style.. except maybe his buddy Gesaffelstein. The A-side, “Dance Like Machines”, is definitely the highlight of this release for me–it’s a futuristic electro, hip hop infused, dance floor beast– I mean shit, the vocals are “Cyborgs and Androids, Dance Like Machines!” The official video for this track is pretty cool too and has ladies dancing around in lingerie, so definitely check it out. The B-side, “Hypnotise” is a bouncy house track with a touch of dutch twang.. another solid tune from the man, the myth, the legend.
This track has been on Afrojack’s sets for a little while and we finally have a name attached to this monster from the Dutch producer. Previously called “Petsbud,” the new production is now “Air Guitar” and is sure to be a highlight of any show with its heavy bass spurts and high synths. He’s been mixing it with Knife Party’s “Internet Friends” in some of his sets, so I included both of those previews below. The original mix comes from yesterday’s BBC Radio 1′s guest mix with Danny Howard with no word on a date of release yet, but will be released off Wall Records.