Hello. Monday. Remixes.
Big Wild Feat. Yuna: Empty Room (Win and Woo Remix)
Here to fuel that Spring pep in your step is a remix by Chicago-based creative duo - comprised of Nick Winholt & Austin Woo - Win and Woo. They've been huge fans of Big Wild since hearing "Aftergold," so were happy to join the likes of Elderbrook, Cabu and Sofi Tukker to round out the La-based producer's remix package for "Empty Room."
Win and Woo's rendition is club and festival ready, taking a leap towards a heavier direction. A sign of what to expect in their upcoming festival tour? The boys will be playing everywhere from Something Wonderful, Summercamp, and Firefly to Ilesoniq and both weekends of Electric Forest.
FRANKIE Feat. Marc E. Bassy: Problems Problems
Frankie's "Problems Problems" is a song that's close to my pop-driven heart. No, not just because I'm problematic -- although I'm aware it's a fitting theme song for a troublemaker of my caliber -- instead, it's a song that marks the beginning of Frankie's rise and I've been in the sidelines as head cheerleader since the first pom-pom pose.
While, this new version may not be a typical remix by definition, it is a different version of a musical recording produced by remixing, so...please give a warm welcome to Marc E. Bassy who we thank for helping bring back a classic into prominence, and in bright florescent fashion.
Alesso: Falling (Remixes)
Look at me, I'm falling, falling, falling...yes, times 3! The acclaimed Swedish DJ, record producer and musician, better known as Alesso, recently unveiled a power-packed remix bundle of his current single, "Falling." TREGS highlights the original’s distinctive vocal alongside upbeat production, Outrovert chops Alesso’s track in an ever-shifting bass-heavy direction, and Nick Martin infuses a slower, more groove-based feel to the original.
Alesso is currently on tour across the globe, including a residency at Las Vegas’ Encore Beach Club, and will be headlining the Mega Arena with a much-anticipated set at Creamfields Festival this August.
La Felix & That's Nice - Delicious (Remixes)
Recently we posted the infectious disco-tinged tune called "Delicious" from That's Nice and La Felix - two producers who kindled a bop bromance online over each other's musical styles.
If the track wasn't already highly pleasant to the taste -- move over See's Candies -- waiting for you poolside is a 3-star Michelin crew. Patawawa, July Child, REFLEX and Dino Soccio await with their reworks of this infectious summery groove, each making a splash in their own right.
SAMA: What Love Is All About (Jake Alder Remix)
The emotive, Italian electronic trio SAMA are known for their distinctive, seductive sound. Here with an ode to their latest single, "What Love Is All About," is London-based producer Jake Alder who has created something unexpected and mysterious -- a sultry late night number, with delicate saxophone elements and tropical hues.
"What Love Is All About talks about the trials of finding a soul mate and the fact that even though you seem to have found it, in the end he/she proves to be a different person from the one you thought you knew, leading you to think you may never grasp the true meaning of the word 'love'." - SAMA