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Man, I seriously can’t wait until the full version of this finally drops. Until then, we’re stuck with this stunning (live?) preview.
Australian’s biggest DJ/producer and Sweden’s youngest and most successful rising talent - teamed up as first time and it was expected that they will form something huge. The track from Alesso & Dirty South was premiered at Creamfields before some weeks and was dropped during the EDC at New York also. It’s a fresh sounding big-room house record combined with noteworthy vocals which incorporated gives the track a distinct perspective, and offering a new sound we don’t usually hear from Dirty South. The collaboration’s latest record will hopefully be out soon, and we’ll be sure to keep you updated with any news we hear. Have a listen!
Alesso & Dirty South - City Of Dreams (Jakob Liedholm Do Like You Edit)
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I know you’re all probably sick of the Biebs by now, but this remix is way too amazing to ignore. Besides, you won’t have to feel as embarrassed to have this copy of the song in your library. You can just point to the words “Dada Life” and “remix” and your reputation will be safe.
Here’s a little special something that Avicii decide to gave away as a thank you to his fans after garnering 2 million ”likes” on Facebook!
To celebrate the 2 million likes mark on Facebook, we wanted to give something to the fans and let them decide. The free AVICII track “Two Million” is the result. THANK YOU each and EVERY one! ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥
(Source: facebook.com / AviciiOfficial)
If songs could have evil twin cousins, this would be the somewhat twisted, yet still occasionally friendly evil twin cousin of the original mix of “Calling” by Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso. I mean it’s called the “Chainsaw Madness Mix.” What kind of positive things are ever associated with chainsaws?
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Zedd shows you the full spectrum of his musical repertoire on this cut right here. It’s a beautiful, masterful piece that blends vivd vocals with elements of progressive house and dubstep together.
It’s only a preview right now, but I’ll soon update it once the full track is released. UPDATE: Just added the full extended mix, and It’s just as amazing as expected. Enjoy!
You’ll be thanking me for sharing this with you after you press play.
Here’s a massive remix of Avicii’s newest single, “Silhouttes,” coming courtesy of Disco Fries. I can’t say much else other than you should just press play.
While the original track by Florence + The Machine was utterly breathtaking, it had more of a flair for the dramatic. This reworked version by Calvin Harris actually changes the song subtly enough to maintain the crisp vocals, but it also changes it up enough to make it much more upbeat and danceable.
I have no idea what Allein means, but I’m going to assume it translates to “great music.”
Deadmau5 finally lets loose of his massive new single, featuring some pretty relaxing and soothing vocals from Chris James. This is probably one of the calmer Deadmau5 tracks released in recent memory.
As a bonus, I’ve now included a few more upbeat remixes of the track courtesy of Project 46 and Tommy Trash. This is for those people who were put to sleep by the original mix.
Deadmau5 - The Veldt (Project 46 Happy Technology Pancake Remix) Feat. Chris James
Deadmau5 - The Veldt (Tommy Trash Remix) (Radio Rip)
Avicii - Enough Is Enough (Don’t Give Up On Us) Feat. Yolanda Selini
A lower quality version of this awesome new Avicii track leaked back in the summer, but now we have the HQ version to listen to. I’m still not sure it’s an official release yet, but this should hold you over until then.
Afrojack - Lionheart
I’ve got no problems with describing this Afrojack banger with just one word: EPIC.
Dirty South & Thomas Gold - Alive Feat. Kate Elsworth
I know I’m late on this one, but i somehow managed to skip over this house banger when I first saw it. Luckily, I didn’t make that mistake the second time. Dirty South & Thomas Gold bring us a classic with this one. I know this will definitely be remembered as one of the distinctive songs of 2011. It’s that good.
Wolfgang Gartner - Ménage à Trois
It doesn’t quite live up to its name or his previous production work, but it’s still new Wolfgang Gartner. It has some great buildups and drops, but it doesn’t quite come together properly.
Laidback Luke - Natural Disaster (Instrumental Mix)
This is really only a preview of the true epicness of this track. The final version is set to have the man in the post below set to appear on it (that man would be Example, just in case you’re not paying attention).