Fraiche new Tiesto preview. Prog house gem comes out May 14th.
This is easily the biggest remix package I have seen for a dance track since spectrum…and oh yea, that was Zedd as well. Coincidence? Me thinks not. Anyways, this star-studded lineup of remixers includes the like of Tiesto, Swanky Tunes, Funkagenda, and Felix Cartel, as well as a few rising stars by the names of Nick Thayer, who supported Zedd and Porter Robinson on their “Poseidon” tour last year, Shreddie Mercury and Torro Torro. Preview the cream of the crop below and purchase all via Beatport. And as a bonus we have included three of our favorite unofficial remixes, which are provided as free downloads thanks to the artists themselves.
Swanky Tunes simply does not produce tracks that would fall into the “chill” category. They make stadium shit. And we eat it up. This is my #1 off the EP. Everything about it screams “PLAY ME…right fucking now!”
This one comes in second. Shreddie Mercury produces extremely fresh electro house. Get up on the level people.
If you want to get straight buck wild tonight…look no further.
Felix always goes HITP. Respect.
Thanks to Walden and Dancing Astronaut for this bad boy. Great stuff.
This one is from Fareoh, who apparently missed the cutoff for the official EP release, so he decided to give it away for free. Thank him by showing him some love on his Facebook page. It’s the right thing to do…especially since this track is fucking fantastic.
Here is my favorite of all the remixes/edits/bootegs I have heard so far. I have been following these bros from Hungary for some time now and they keep getting better and better. They call themselves Massive Vibes and they are doing a decent job of living up to the name. If you remember, I used their instrumental track “Touched By The Light” in my bootleg of Clarity (download here in case you missed it).
Making it onto Tiesto‘s Club Life radio show is pretty epic. This one really stood out to me. It is a collab between Richard Vission (Los Angeles) and Sven Kirchhof (Germany) called “Feel The Love.” It’s high energy, big room, progressive anthem status…which is nice. Remember, even if you don’t trust us (don’t make a habit of that…), it’s safe to trust one of the best DJs of all time.
Pierce delivers time and time again. Not only is he a talented producer and DJ, but his track selection and eye for the deeper cuts always impresses me. Here is another one of his podcasts that he so eloquently titles “Get Weird.” They are featured on Tiesto’s Club Life show on SiriusXM…definitely not not sick. Make sure to grab the free download of the first track of the mix, Pierce’s remix of Mutemath’s “In No Time.” It’s quite beautiful. And per usual, pay attention to the tracklist. There are some keepers in there.
01. Mutemath – In No Time (Pierce Fulton Remix)
02. Dusky – What I Do (Original Mix)
03. Artful Dodger – Don’t Turn Me On (Disclosure Remix)
04. Those Usual Suspects & Nordean feat. Erik Hecht – Burn Forever (Michael Brun Remix)
05. Jaytech – Multiverse (Audien Remix)
06. Arno Cost – Lifetime (Original Mix)
07. Botnek – Think I Feel It (Charlie Darker Remix)
08. Feenixpawl feat. Quilla – Universe (David Tort Remix)
09. A-Trak & Tommy Trash – Tuna Melt (Original Mix)
10. Paul Van Dyk – I Don’t Deserve You (Maor Levi & Bluestone Club Mix)
11. Tony Romera – Pandor (Original Mix)
Grab this free download immediately. Sorry for the late notice…shit happens.
Talk about one serious collaboration…these two electro house juggernauts are back together for a massive release on Tiesto’s label, Musical Freedom. This is a stadium-sized electro banger with monsterous synths and the nastiest, crunchy, funky chainsaw drops I have ever heard. This one will be ESSENTIAL to the whole “getting weird” section of a set. You may want to hold onto something before the bass drops…you have been warned.
Here is the third Jakob Liedholm track on Pete Tong’s BBC Radio 1 show. Only 15 years old. But hey, listen to the Tong, “that’s not why we are playin’ it…it’s cause it’s large.” Liedholm has truly found his sound and is impressing me more and more. He has firmly placed himself on a level with some of the other rising Swedish stars, Otto Knows, Jerry Rekonius, Mikael Weermets, and Bauer & Lanford. The kid has the potential to be as big as Avicii and Alesso. Get familiar.
The name like a classical composer. The music sounds like funky, deep bass, slow-steppin’ trap and some of the smoothest dubstep I have heard since Adventure Club. Basically, this kid, Matthew Toth is killing it. Does work with JWLS in a side project you may have heard of…GTA ring any bells? Ya, they are just supported by the likes of Afrojack, Laidback Luke, and Tiesto. You should probably check this guy out. Talent.
Here are a few freebies. Don’t be confused. Quality stuff here.