I know I never post anymore, but all the comments/e-mails I’ve gotten thanking me for posting diverse music, and about how much people like the mixes I make have been truly inspiring. I want to continue this, but it’s become increasingly difficult now that I have the real world eating up the majority of my time. I’ll do my best to entertain the dedicated EHusky readers. I appreciate each and every one of you more than you know.
01. Alesso – Clash (Original Mix)
02. Chuckie – Who Is Ready To Jump (Dzeko & Torres Remix)
03. Carly Rae Jepsen – Call Me Maybe (Leventina Festival Remix)
04. Dubvision – All By Myself (Tujamo Remix) w/ Fedde Le Grand & Nicky Romero – Sparks (Original Mix)
05. Wendel Kos & Rokcity – Liquid Dancing w/ JDG & JayyFresh – Make Some Noise (Original Mix)
06. Swedish House Mafia vs. Jakob Liedholm – Don’t You Worry Child, You Won’t Fade Into Darkness (Jakob Liedholm Edit) w/ Nari & Milani (Shapes Of Light Bootleg)
07. Simone Farina, Alessandro Vinai & Andrea Vinai – Make Me Feeling (Original Mix) w/ Dannic – Pipeline (Original Mix) w/ Hardwell & Dannic – Kontiki (Dyro Remix)
08. Loreen – Euphoria (Carli Remix) w/ Hard Rock Sofa & Swanky Tunes – Here We Go (Original Mix)
09. Usher – Euphoria (prod. by Swedish House Mafia) (Kastra Remix)
10. Leventina – Revolution (Original Mix) w/ Jordy Dazz – OMG (Original Mix)
11. Spencer & Hill ft. Mimoza – Let Out Da Freak (Maison & Dragen Remix) w/ Wendel Kos & Rokcity – Burn Motherfucker (Original Mix)
12. Gotye – Somebody That I Used To Know (+36 & Roger Slato Festival Mix) w/ Deniz Koyu – Bong (Original Mix)
13. Afrojack – Rock The House (Original Mix)
14. Kaskade – Empty Streets (Abel Ramos Remix)
Disfunktion has been absolutely murdering the remix game recently with a healthy dose of euphoria and a massive melodic component. They seem to always work with great and largely unknown vocal tracks, gaining exposure for themselves as well as some artists that many people have not heard of. “Perfectly Still” is one of those tunes that would fit perfectly into any Swedish DJs live set, as it follows that uplifting, melodious formula that has gained so much love and support across the planet. Definitely familiarize yourselves with Disfunktion; they’ve been on fire recently.
Perfectly Still (Disfunktion Remix) – Dark Matters ft. Carol Lee
Jakob Liedholm has been on top of the recreations of some of today’s most sought after ‘ID’ and unreleased tracks. He remade Alesso’s ‘Years’ for starters, and now he’s moved onto Avicii’s latest ‘ID’, which was premiered at Summerburst festival in Sweden. While it obviously isn’t perfect, and Jakob still uses that one signature synth he still loves so much, the melody is there and he’s done a fantastic job of recreating a great jam. Surely, this will please many people.
Torro Torro is quite familiar with heavy hitting dance floor destroyers and this amazing remix of Autoerotique’s “Roll the Drums” is no different. They have a unique sound that fuses hard hitting percussion elements and wobbles with the bounciness of moombahton. Their sounds are as innovative as they are diverse and I’d recommend following these guys because their production is top notch. They’ve also collaborated with Clockwork, another DJ/producer who I have been really getting into lately. I’m including a short segment of his remix to “Squad Up” by Clockwork which he released a few months ago (be sure to check out the original).. you’re welcome. Turn it up and get down.
Well Faustix & Imanos have been making quite the name for themselves recently, and their remix of Foxes’ track “White Coats” has received support from the likes of Tiesto, Avicii and many more. Not bad, eh? High-pitched, angelic vocals are projected across a beautiful piano melody. Enormous synths come sweeping into the build for the ultimate euphoric feeling, and once the track drops all bets are off; You’re already in another world. Look out for Faustix & Imanos in the future… They’re only going up from here!
White Coats (Faustix & Imanos Remix) – Foxes | Free Download when you ‘Like’ Imanos on Facebook!!
MYNC’s “Stadium” is aptly named for that big-room, festival sound that is sometimes generic, but always a hit amongst festival-goers and euphoria-seekers alike. This track carries its weight using synths that are similar to some of those in Darude’s ever-famous ‘Sandstorm”. Listen closely and you’ll hear the sounds I’m talking about. This is one of those jams that doesn’t need lyrics to be catchy, and we’re quite sure that it would fit into many sets like a piece to a puzzle.
Autoerotique has always been among my underrated favorites in the EDM game, and this track has further solidified their position. High-pitched synths that are strikingly similar to those heard in a dirty dutch track are cast over a heavy, layered drum-fueled drop. Once you hear the track you’ll instantly understand why it’s titled “Roll The Drums”. Throw in some well-placed vocals and you’re left with a more than solid Autoerotique jam that has already received support from many big names in the industry.
“All Night Long” is one of those uplifting tracks that conveys its message via angelic vocals and big-room synths. The remix package features some semi-familiar names, and some outrageous beats that will surely appeal to everyone reading this. Get ready for some eargasms courtesy of Xantra, Tony Romera and Damian William.
All Night Long (Xantra Remix) - This is the clear-cut winner in EHusky’s book. It’s an unmistakable festival smasher, and deserves to be heard by people all around the world. It may be simple, but it certainly gets the job done.
All Night Long (Tony Romera Remix) - Tony Romera hits us with a beautiful electronic piano chord progression followed by a mystical and nefarious drop that features electro synths that wind and grind in unison, creating the sound of the death of a futuristic beast. It’s quite dark, but just as you think it’s all over, the melodic piano creeps it’s way back into your ears.
All Night Long (Damian William Remix) - This version would most closely be linked to dubstep, featuring heavy bass and a laser-like synth line that will confuse and captivate you all at the same time. Definitely an interesting interpretation of this jam. While this version may seem a bit busy at times, it still retains the essential elements of the original track.
What starts off as a laidback, funky tune quickly turns into a hardened electro banger. Some parts of the song sound like 80s pop… Think Flock of Seagulls. The stark contrast between the chill elements of “Up Rock!” and the high-powered grinding synths and heavy bassline make for a very interesting piece of music from Firebeatz. It’s kind of reminiscent of a chase scene in which you are frantically trying to escape some certain fate, but you are afforded some breaks in order to catch your breath in the midst of it all.
Up Rock! (Firebeatz Remix) – Sharam Jay, Dirty Disco Youth
What do you do when you can’t sleep? Listen to music, of course. “The Stars” by Muzikjunki is a perfect mellow and ambient tune to aid in your quest for catching some much needed shut-eye. An undertone of tribal-sounding, upbeat house sets the stage for some low-key synths that are born from acid house, but that haven’t quite matured yet. As the piano rises behind the bassline, your eyelids will surely begin to drop. Make no mistake, though; this does not mean the song is boring (if it was, you wouldn’t see it here). Instead, it is extremely calming and incredibly soothing. Maybe I am just extremely tired, but this seems like the perfect before-bed tunage. Press play and kick back…
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