So yesterday I posted a Le Castle Vania track that the producer gave out for free download. Well it just keeps getting better and better. With the influx of producers and DJs collaborating with Pop artists, there has been a considerable amount of dance music remixes that are being played in clubs and festivals all over. Artists like Usher have worked with Diplo and Swedish House Mafia on tracks that were produced to be electro bangers and have been remixed in the same norm. Ken Loi comes with this new remix of "Scream" that has a heavy bassline and a synth drop. Most importantly, its fo' FREE..
Dash Berlin has given Trance a new dimension in a time where Electro House rules the mainstream market. He is known for his mashups or "Dashups" as he likes to call them and does not disappoint in this one. He played this at EDC Las Vegas this year and for a Trance producer to remix a classic hip-hop anthem with soulful melodies and synths is a major risk. But Dash proves to be flawless as always. Grab this.
Since we are on the subject of risk-taking, here's another one by producers Alesia. I have heard many remixes, edits, bootlegs and mashups of Strobe and considering this is one of my favorite dance music tracks, I am fairly critical of most edits done on this. However, Alesia proves to be a worthy contender. Combining symphonic orchestral melodies with the original beat and then adding a slow but very heavy bassline to perfect the drop this is a MUST HAVE for your itunes.