For anyone who remembers the original song I Believe by Blessid Union of Souls, which came out in 1995 and was played on the radio all the time so you probably should, you know it’s a cheesy love song. Well it got made into a house track by Jus Jack and Oza and then remixed by Tiesto, and it’s pretty sick. Still kinda cheesy, but sick. Heard Tiesto drop this one at Echostage in DC a couple months back and had it stuck in my head for a week or 2, so I’m sure I’ll be singing it for a couple weeks again since it’s out.
Massive song from Seven Lions. I personally have mixed feelings on dubstep in general, but I have seen Seven Lions live before and caught a quick glimpse of his set at EDC this weekend as well, and I like what he does. This has a bit of a Skrillex feel to it, which is a good thing in my opinion. Worth a listen and a download.
A couple of really well done tracks by laymedown (who is also part of a group called Siloet). His music is a little deep house-esque, but it doesn’t really fit into a specific genre. From his remix of Bieber (regardless of your feeling on him you should check out the track) to his song Me & U which samples Cassie, the guy makes some unique music.
Wow. The Chainsmokers have come in hot, as usual, with this one. We have posted a couple different remixes of this song (I’d know as I personally posted them) but I think this might be my favorite one. Just classic progressive house fraicheness and a quintessential summer song. I would have started dancing when I first threw it on but I’m in the library and my body is broken from EDC. Anyway, if you aren’t already keeping an eye on these guys then start now.
So very deep. Funky little remix from DCUP and his label Chookie Music, a favorite label of ours here at AYNE. It has a real deep and powerful bass line. Definitely requires a listen on something with a sub woofer. Buy it on iTunes.
This track has been supported by Pete Tong, Maya Jane Coles, Tiesto, Bob Sinclar, Afrojack, and a Wilki favorite Treasure Fingers, just to name a few. Comes from Italian DJ/Producer FrancescoRossi.Described by his label, d:vision,as Pop meets Deep House. Gotta say I enjoy it, one might describe it as very chill.