Remaining consistent with out m.o. here at AYNE, here is my latest mix…two weeks late. This one could be the best yet. I included a number of genres, styles, techniques…if you will…and included some of my own bootlegs and edits, a few of which are from my private stash. Wether its trance, progressive, electro, ze more funky shtuff, or even moombahton that tickles your special place, I have you covered. Hope this sends you into the weekend the right way. Oh, and for those of you who are still hungover like I am, not to worry, it starts soft and dreamy.
1. Glenn Morrison feat. Elise – Mine & Yours (Jeremy Olander Remix) 2. Andre Sobota – Voyager (Original Mix) 3. Audien – Unity (Original Mix) 4. Andrea Bertolini – Welcome To The Festival (Original Mix) 5. Wolfgang Gartner – Girl On Girl (Original Mix) 6. David Jones & Total Sound feat. Devonne – Incredible (Virgo) (Cherry Coke Remix) 7. Carlo Astuti – The Storm Is Coming (Original Mix) w/ Alesso feat. Matthew Koma – Years (Vocal Extended Mix) 8. Shinedown – Unity (Matisse & Sadko Remix) 9. Nervo – We Are All No One (Stereotronique Remix) 10. Mat Zo vs. Andre Sobota – Superman Found (Wilki’s Private Parts Edit) 11. Kyau & Albert – Another Time (Original Mix) 12. Mat Zo vs. Deadmau5 – The Reward Is Happiness (Mat Zo Mashup) (Wilki Remake) 13. The Knocks & Fred Falke – Geronimo (Lenno Remix) 14. Will Holland & Jezza – Every Heartbeat (Beat Service Remix) 15. Zedd feat. Matthew Koma – Spectrum (Arty Remix) 16. Denzal Park vs. Pendulum – The Island Of Amarok (Drasen & Arol Mashup) 17. Joe Garston vs. La Roux – Forever Bulletproof (Hyperbits Bootleg) 18. Maison & Dragen vs. Hard Rock Sofa & Squire – Can’t Stay Right Now (Wilki’s Livin’ The Dream Bootique) 19. Jason Mraz – I Won’t Give Up (David Jones Remix) 20. Farleon – Millenium (Original Mix) 21. P-Money & Dan Aux – Kinda Lovin’ (DCUP Remix) 22. Aniki – OMG (Original Mix) 23. Wax & Motif vs. Neoteric – Do Deep (Torro Torro Remix) 24. Plastik Funk & Tujamo vs. TJR – Who Funky Vodka (Wilki’s Deep Funk Bootleg) 25. Jerry Rekonius & DBN vs. Breakdown & GTA – Tonight We Fuckin’ Lose It (Wilki’s Time To Rage Mashup) 26. Afrojack vs. Adventure Club – Wait! They Don’t Rock The House (PeaceTreaty Bootleg) 27. Joachim Garraud & Clockwork vs. Adele – Set Fire To The Hook (Dannic MashUp) 28. W&W – Moscow (Original Mix) 29. Chuckie & Promise Land feat. Amanda Wilsona – Breaking Up (Original Mix) w/ (Dmitriy Adonyev Bootleg) 30. Qpid – Waterfall (Tom Swoon Remix) 31. Temper Trap – Trembling Hands (Magnus & Timon Remix) 32. Mikael Weermets vs. Bauer & Lanford – Out Of Control (Original Mix) 33. Sympho Nympho & Antranig vs. Nari & Milani – Colors & Atoms (Wilki’s Supersize Me Edit) 34. Hard Rock Sofa & Swanky Tunes – Here We Go (Original Mix) w/ Sebastian Drums vs. Whelan & Di Scala feat. Mitch Crown – Here I Come (Original vs. Tjernberg Bootleg) 35. Mario Larrea & Jennifer Levy – Belief (Original Mix) 36. Calvin Harris, Example & R3hab – We’ll Be Coming Back (Henry Fong ‘Bigroombahcore’ Bootleg Remix)
Tom Swoon isn’t the only rising star on the Polish music scene. Blinders are a Polish electro house duo made up of two bothers, Mateusz Owsiak and Michał Owsiak. They have been on my radar for some time now…basically since I heard their remix of Dirty South and Thomas Gold’s collaboration, “Alive.” They have a great progressive sound and just released two huuuuuge tracks in the past month. Check out both of them below, support the duo by purchasing their tracks on Beatport, and definitely check out their Facebook and Soundcloud pages for the latest info on new music and events.
This one is a remix that is…ironically enough…incredible.
Here is an original production they did with Antillas and Jenson Vaughn. Big time stuff.
“Validate the words you say, cause I can’t make any sense of what I see. I need time, give me space, some room for air…you lies suffocate. I felt the change of tide wash over me, I sensed it from the stars. You took a piece of my heart.”
The Swedish House Mafia said it best when they described what happens at a house show with the following quote: “turn off your brain, and turn on your heart.” That said, one of their best attributes is their superb track selection, and the related, instinctual knowledge of when to drop something nasty to grab the crowd by the balls and when to lift it up with some heavenly synths and intoxicating vocals. However you choose to do it, a great set has tracks that touch a range of emotions and physical vibes. So in similar fashion, here are a bunch of big tracks from both of these distinctions, so get ready to turn it off your brain and turn up the love.