Tasty progressive summer banger out by our favorite Norwegian DJs, The Stockholm Syndrome by CLMD (Carl Louis & Martin Danielle).
Big room house to die for. This summer looks to be chock full of progressive music for you to dance through to during the sunkissed music festivals. Repetitive synth patterns build into a big, anthemic-feeling drop that melds perfectly with the vocals. Despite the fact that the term “Stockholm Syndrome” generally infers somewhat negative connotations, the track is an absolute bomb.
Funky, throwback tracks are in this summer, so do yourself a favor and check out Yuksek’s banging remix of Kostrok – Right Now.
With Daft Punk’s album on the way (check our post here about the first full track off the upcoming album), it looks like funky, disco sounds are back in this summer. Yuksek does a marvellous job remixing this track, by the Spanish pop group, Kostrok, giving it a stronger backbone and a nice anthemic feel. The track really wouldn’t be out of place in 1986, although its not to be released until May 14th, 2013. Check back for updates.
If you have missed Daft Punk for the last six, yes, six years, well here is the first track in full they have produced since then. Its Get Lucky folks.
This track has the same Daft Punk flair we used to here in the 90′s and the first half of the noughts, with its chill, disco feel and funky robot sounds. Its what we’ve all been waiting for, and it doesn’t disappoint. Even the pop star Pharrell’s voice works well on top of the French duo’s slick production.
Following up on their massive collab, “Vertigo”, Daddy’s Groove & Cryogenix are back with a new track titled “Tilt.”
We’ve seen Daddy’s Groove make a lot of uplifting and melodic tracks like “Stellar” before, but this new one is a big-room or festival tune. It’s got a very dark vibe. Check it out below and get it on Beatport.
Vicetone have been tearing it up over the past 6 months. This Dutch duo have been unleashing sinister remixes of tracks (such as “Weapon”), showing off their distinct style. The melding of powerful kicks with graceful synths makes these guys truly special.
Yesterday, they released their first Beatport vocal original, a big milestone. The track features a singer named Jonny Rose, whose vocals work perfectly, creating a crescendo that leads perfecting into a series of majestic drops. Check out the track below and support these guys by picking it up on Beatport.
Vicetone feat Jonny Rose – Stars
Alesso absolutely blows us away with this remix, of OneRepublic’s new track If I Lose Myself. Its the sort of progressive gem that makes anyone happy. Period.
Alesso shows us with this track once again the massive range of genres his house talent spans. In this track, he takes on the sweet vocals and gives them the melodic backing the deserve in a house setting. An incredibly uplifting, sunkissed anthem perfect for this summer. Two thumbs up.
Dada Life have taken on the Bingo Players’ last big hit, “Out Of Mind.”
The duo for the most part stay honest to the memorable melody from the original, but they alter it slightly in the build-up. As one would expect, the drop, true to Dada Life style, is powerful and hard-hitting. The overall track is less melodic/uplifting and more pounding than the original.Purchase on Beatport.
Bingo Players – Out Of My Mind (Dada Life Remix)
Tiesto’s famous opener Chasing Summers from 2012′s Club Life Miami package has finally received the remix treatment from none other than fellow Dutchmen R3hab & Quintino.
While the two Dutch house producers tear apart the original track’s central melody, the evident excitement comes during R3hab & Quintino’s take at a powerful minimal drop. Ripe with crisp percussion and encompassing white noise, their remix’s drop categorizes somewhere between Flashbang and Atom, keeping the power of percussion while utilizing that subtle chord progression to thicken the sound of the mix just in time for festival season. The Chasing Summers remix is out now on Tiesto’s Musical Freedom label, so pick it up from Beatport hereand get ready for this banger to make its way to Ultra in several weeks.
If you haven’t got enough Dirty South for one day with his epic album release (see here), then you should check out this sick preview of Jacques Lu Cont’s remix of City of Dreams.
Dirty South’s City of Dreams was a huge hit in 2012, and this remix by up-and-coming, monster remixer Jacques Lu Cont, keeps the flavor of the original, but adds some more melodic and chill sounds. Its a nice beginning- or end-of-the-night track, or something to listen to on the beach, for example. When it finally is released, it will be a big hit, although we know of no release date as yet. Video is below (sorry for the quality, its never been filmed in HQ).
If you want to hear the biggest releases of 2013, look no further than Dirty South’s new album, Speed of Life, out on his own record label, Phazing Records. We really can’t sing its praises more highly.
When I heard the live guitar licks of the preview of what I consider to be the best song on the album, Until the End, I knew Dirty South had struck gold. And yes, the full track lives up to expectations, as well as EVERY track on the album. The guys here at M2I and I always have trouble when Dirty South tracks come out, because we almost always think they are the best tracks of whichever year they are released in, and end up overplaying them in our live sets. But honestly, we just received TEN, count ‘em, TEN tracks from Dirty South. Its kind of scary the talent this man has…
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