dBerrie creates a huge festival track with this remix of “Radioactive.” The vocals of the original track are emotionally explosive, which dBerrie speeds up a bit to work with this remix; the combination of these vocals with dBerrie’s bassline creates a massive tune. dBerrie is known for his generosity and it doesn’t stop with this remix, which you can grab from his Soundcloud for free below.
I’ve had one too many regrets this weekend, but the largest of all was not having played the new GTA & LA Riots remix to “Video Games” by Lana Del Rey immediately after having acquired the song. Anything that comes from the 26 year old New York native spreads like wildfire, based on the fact that her voice is out of this world. GTA & LA Riots nailed this remix, adding an epic progressive house touch to the slow and deep tone that we see out of Lana’s original. The track has been out there for quite some time, but was finally released as a free download earlier this week on soundcloud.
Digitaria, the brazilian duo best known for their deep house vibes has released their highly anticipated Shine EP on Hot Creations. The title track A-Side, “Shine,” plays with Daniela’s mesmerizing voice and sexy synths and bass to produce one of my favorite dance tracks out right now. “Mystic Flow,” the B-side, is a bouncy track that brings in some organ sounding synths with fat bass. You may recognize it from Hot Creations label co-boss Lee Foss‘ Chicago-themed Essential Mix from the end of last year. Reworks come from from Morgan Geist and wAFF, both bring enjoyably fresh takes on “Shine,” so don’t miss out. Sample the EP below and support it on Beatport!
Fareoh’s new single “Riptide” shows us that the producer from New York has the potential to add much more energy to his style we have seen in the past. At just 20 years of age Fareoh is already a well-known artist in the house music scene, remixing songs for Wynter Gordon, Calvin Harris, and Kaskade. We have seen that Fareoh’s style is strictly house in the past; however, “Riptide” is packed with heavy hitting electro breaks making the single more of an electro-house hit. That being said, we may see variances in Fareoh’s style in the near future.
Stream: Riptide – Fareoh
Stream: Buy My Love (Fareoh Remix) – Wynter Gordon
Stream: Flashback (Fareoh & Jarleen Morning Remix) – Calvin Harris
Stream: Lessons in Love (Fareoh Remix) – Kaskade
Today I have decided to go away from the norm of overloading you with songs from Ultra. Basically if you follow music like me then you are overloaded with new tunes to listen to, so much for me that songs of different genre start to sound the same. I have four amazing songs ranging from techno to house and all the in between. These songs are perfect for spring break, so if you haven’t ventured off anywhere yet, make sure you bring these tunes to become the beach god of house music. The only familiar name to me is Erick Morillo, but don’t let that fool you. ZHU remixes a TJR song that he made mocking house music by using his voice and no production involved. ZHU creates a TJR-esque track out of nothing, plus it’s FREE. The last song that I have been listening to for the past couple weeks is by, The Peacemaker Project. This song is a deep progressive house gem. Off Anjunadeep, it is one of the best house songs I have heard in awhile.
Free Download: What’s Up Suckaz (ZHU Remix) – TJR
That African Song” will prepare you for a new revolution in dance music. Initiated by two young producers out of the same music company that started Ace of Base, yes that 90′s group who created the ever popular “I Saw The Sign” and “All That She Wants” are initiating a new campaign to bring you the greatest dance music available. Starting out with Million Faces, who created a titular piece of music for all of your friends to dance to, will make your room shake with greatness. I honestly cannot talk this track up enough, it is that great. Take a listen: