Cedric Gervais recently won a Grammy Award for his remix to Lana Del Rey's 'Summertime Sadness,' does the French DJ have the Midas touch when it comes to producing his remixes?
We think so! Miley Cyrus' 'Adore You' has just received the Cedric Gervais treatment with his signature bouncy basslines and quite honestly, Miley's voice suits electronic music pretty well.
Check out the official music video for this remix below, out now via Spinnin' Records.
French DJ & Producer, Agoria, releases his latest remix to Moby's track, 'Almost Home.' This beautifully executed rework off Moby's 2013 album, 'Innocents,' cements Agoria's status within the European tech-house market. Ethereal vocals line the harmonic synths and strings, creating an atmospheric sound.
Agoria recently made an appearance at the BPM Festival in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, kick-starting his own South America tour.
Listen to Agoria's delicate version of the track below, and you can buy the track on Beatport here.
Watch out for this one: ENFERNO premieres his remix of trap heavy track, 'Crowd CTRL' by Flosstradamus and DJ SLiiNK. The original track was one of the biggest hits of the urban EDM scene this year, and now ENFERNO is surging his latest remix with a 'Baltimore meets Jersey Club Bass' type of sound. This remix is also made available for free downloads on Soundcloud.
Listen to ENFERNO's tantalizing and upbeat remix below.
Calling all Clockwork fans- today marks the day when he releases his new remix of Kaskade & Project 46's melodic house tune, "Last Chance." When Henry Steinway aka Clockwork aka RL Grime, performs under the moniker Clockwork, one can expect progressive house tracks with funky and heavy bass drops. His latest remix delivers just that. Clockwork has been having a prolific year while performing for major festivals like Ultra Music Festival and EDC Las Vegas. His latest remix debuted back when he performed at EDC Vegas and now it's on Soundcloud for devoted music fans. You can buy the track on Beatport here.
Pretty Lights is dropping a remix album of his latest release A Color Map of the Sun on December 10th, and has hooked his fans up with a free stream of the album before it's highly anticipated release. Featuring remixes from Griz, Datsik, 12th Planet, HeRobust, and more, this album provides a whole lot of sound variety. Give this a listen on your best set of speakers and sit back and enjoy the sounds of Pretty Lights.
Los Angeles-based producer TOKiMONSTA has blessed Felix Cartal with a remix of their single 'New Scene,' which will appear on the New Scene Remix EP, due out December 3rd on Dim Mak. The slow-burning remix brings out the vocals, provided by Ofelia, and takes the record up another notch. Check out the new remix here, and grab your copy of the 'New Scene Remix EP' on December 3rd.
Dev Hynes, better known by his stage name, Blood Orange, is in the midst of a hot streak, and he is showing no signs of cooling off. After recently releasing his critically acclaimed sophomore album, Cupid Deluxe, Hynes has been recruited by girlfriend and frontwoman of Friends, Samantha Urbani, to remix the band's song, "The Way." The Englishman's edit of "The Way" is a smooth rendition of the original, adding his signature vibe to the already flawless record. Check out his remix here and tell us what you think.
If there's one thing Diplo is good at, it's turning up the heat on already great records. His latest master reworking is of Grizzly Bear's single "Will Calls" and it is a banger. Transforming the slow-burning original into a full fledged jumpy synth dance tune, the remix is a fresh and awesome take of the original. Check out the remix below and tell us what you think!
Montreal duo, Botnek, have released their new 'I Know/Through The Night - (Remixes) EP' today, and in celebration of the release the duo has shared two remixes of their singles. While neither of the remixes are on the EP, both are equally as awesome. Check out the stream of the EP below, and see below for download links. "I Know/Through The Night - (Remixes) EP" is out now on Dim Mak.