Ellie Goulding – Lights (GAMPER & DADONI Remix)

Every now and then you get a song that pops up everywhere; that everyone has a go at remixing, and it becomes a little overplayed. Even though there were some great remixes of ‘Lights’ produced, it got a little tired. That said, Gamper & Dadoni have added a breath of fresh air, adding their signature … Continue reading

Drake – Now & Forever (Alex Young Edit)

Alex Young drops Drake’s ‘Now & Forever’ in this hugely chilled out remix. Hadn’t heard the original before this, and Alex Young’s version retains the silky underground tones but adds a rough-around-the-edges feel. I can’t get enough of it. Check it out.

Blonde – All Cried Out feat. Alex Newell

After their little remix of Pianoman a few weeks ago, Blonde are back with a proper original! Premiered on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show last week, ‘All Cried Out’ is bound to be a big hit, with a very strong piano melody and a nice drop. Glee star Alex Newell provides expert vocals. House … Continue reading

Sigma – Higher (feat. Labrinth)

Sigma have their drum-and-bass meets pop concoction down to a tee with this latest collaboration with Labrinth. Though perhaps ‘Higher’ isn’t quite a catchy as ‘Nobody to Love’ and ‘Changing’, this latest release hints of a more formulaic direction for the UK based duo. You can expect to be hearing this everywhere in mere weeks.

Alex Young – Make Things For Smile (U&I)

For a mere 18 years old, American producer Alex Young has an incredibly diverse, interesting, and professional repertoire. ‘Make Things for Smile’ is yet again something different, albeit still housed within the now massive genre of electronic dance music. This isn’t a full original, it’s actually a mashup between an old Skrillex record and Gatlantis’ … Continue reading

Marina And The Diamonds – Froot (Oliver Nelson Remix)

Oliver Nelson’s luscious sounds pour like a hot summer drink out of this track. Sorry if that sounds confusing, but if you’re listening now, you’ll see where we’re coming from. Rich synths, a very slick bassline mixed with Marina and The Diamonds’ deep and sultry vocals and we have a winner! Anyone else think this … Continue reading