Kaskade released his new single, Never Sleep Alone, on Soundcloud today, along with remixes from AC Slater, Louis the Child, and CID. Though all of the remixes are good, the Louis the Child remix is the standout, thanks to their unique sound. Louis the Child never disappoints, and where the other remixes (and original) sound a lot like other music being produced, the Louis the Child remix manages not to. Runner up goes to AC Slater. Check out Kaskade’s playlist, featuring the original plus all remixes here. Give Louis the Child a follow here, and be sure to listen to the rest of their remixes. You won’t regret it.
New Luca Lush is always a beautiful thing. Some argue that Flume inspired the overabundance of the synth-heavy future bass sound in music being released, and Luca Lush is one of those artists who transcends the usual sound associated with the genre. It’s fitting that he does so with a Flume song. This remix is mind-bending, and a testament to Luca Lush’s incredible production skills. As one commenter already said, he always pushes the boundaries, and this song is no exception. Follow him here, get the free DL here, and be sure to listen to it on something that has great sound quality, because this remix deserves it.
Ed Sheeran covered OT Genasis, and Hitimpulse remixed it. Thanks, guys. Ed is undeniably one of the most talented musicians in the industry right now, and this cover/remix is undeniably a thousand times better than the original song. It has a chill, Flume-y vibe, and Hitimpulse balanced production and vocals impeccably. Generosity is a beautiful thing, and there’s a free DL here.
Mark Johns is always money – with that voice, let’s be real. Always. Paired with the incredible production and unique, future/electronic sound, this one is a killer. It radiates too much cool to handle. Plus, those lyrics. It’s playful, chill, and definitely going to be on repeat all spring and summer. Download here!
Myles Travitz absolutely slayed this remix of Snøw by machineheart. It starts out softly with simple vocals and piano, until the beat kicks in and brings it to a synthey breakdown, and back again. It’s easy to put on, and keep on, for hours. Luckily, there’s a free DL here. Also, give him a heart on Hype Machine. He deserves it.
Mark Johns is a girl to watch out for. Her voice is incredibly smooth, and she’s been all over the place lately, working on collabs with all sorts of artists, including Manila Killa. This futuristic, groovy original is great for the impending summer. The transitions and layers keep it modern interesting from start to finish. Looking forward to seeing much, much more from Mark in the future. Free download here.
Haywyre has a knack for melting your mind, and this song is no different. It’s all sorts of funky, and every transition is surprising (in a good way) and super smooth. It’s crazy how talented Haywyre is, and everyone seems to be taking notice lately. Luckily for us, there’s a free download, which you can get here.
This downtempo remix from Manila Killa, made for his girlfriend, brings out all the feels. It’s a huge departure from the original, but is easier to listen to… again and again. It starts out with a vocal laid over simple piano, and as the instrumental swells the voice fades out. The drop is deep and a little tropical. Altogether, it’s a great song and worth more than a few listens.