This future house remix from Don Diablo is exactly what the word needed. Don Diablo has to be the most consistent producer in terms of quality. There is not one disappointing track by him. Speaking of disappointment, compared to his other tracks, this drop was a bit underwhelming. However, it was compensated for with the super deep bassline. Another great track by my personal favorite big room producer.
Absolute mental track by UK based producer SG Lewis, this time with an official remix to the amazing talent, Jessie Ware. I’m so glad that SG is getting some recognition in the scene, as he’s one of the few producer that mesmerizes me with his signature sound design. The perfect mixture of melody, ambient background sounds, and vocals, that make this track the absolute best remix I’ve heard this month, easily. This track will be part of this upcoming Jessie Ware EP; however, you can stream it on SoundCloud for now.
Baby Bash’s “Suga Suga” mashed with Jerry Folk’s groovy style? Sounds cool, huh? Yes it does. In this one, we got everything we expected from the young Norwegian producer; a clean, funky, smooth, elegant tune. Oh, and wait until you hear the awesome job done with the bassline … clearly something special.
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Everyone knows not to combine the words mash-up and deep house near me but I guess SomeOneHad2DoIt, huh? This deep house mash-up of “New Slaves” and “Mercy” just bumps too hard to not jam out to. Not only was the intro so established , but it was clever to slow down Kanye’s verses to generate a more emphatic tone while also serving as a way to synchronize the varying BPM. Whoever this anon is better keep mixing tracks if he knows what is good for him.
“All My Love” is an electropop song co-produced by Diplo, written by Ariana Grande, Lorde, and MØ for the upcoming Hunger Games movie; it’s nothing that requires any type of promotion. However, it has to be my favorite Ariana-goes-EDM type of collaboration. It has that ambient sound established with a nice and harmonic accompaniment from the synth with (here’s where Major Lazer’s strong point comes in) syncopated kicks and blasting horns. The syncopation plays a huge role making that drop from your every day, “Alright, here comes your average, impactful kick loop”, into a head bobbing frenzy.