Feed Me & Kill The Noise – Far Away

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You know the kinds of songs that you listen to, and suddenly everything feels a little bit better? 'Far Away' by Feed Me & Kill The Noise is exactly that song. When I saw that the two were linking up yet again, I expected something a bit darker and heavier much like "Thumbs Up For Rock and Roll." I couldn't be more wrong, and that is totally Ok!   Far Away was an … [Read more...]

Two BANKS Remixes You Should Be Listening To


Californian beauty BANKS has her fans drowning in remixes made by quite a few heavy hitters while still begging for more, which many more producers are ready and willing to dish out. Being that producers and DJs from all over tend to gravitate towards remixing already-beautifully packaged tracks, it's no surprise that there are more than a handful of renditions to the melodic … [Read more...]

Fox Stevenson – All In (Protohype Remix)


Protohype took a bit of a different approach on his remix of "All In" by Fox Stevenson. Instead of a heavy track that Protohype's name is synonymous with, he switched things up and went went with a lighter atmosphere. Now don't worry Protohype fans, there is still some growling bass thrown in there for good measure. Protohype's remix of "All In" is the perfect end of Summer … [Read more...]

Charli XCX – Break The Rules (ODESZA Remix)


Everything ODESZA are touching right now, whether it is their new album "In Return" or this remix of Charli XCX, is turning to gold. In 2014, the duo from Seattle has made the transformation to full on superstars headling major festivals all over North America and are gearing up for an Australian tour. As is per usual with ODESZA songs, this remix has a soaring and uplifting … [Read more...]

Dillon Francis – When We Were Young (Grandtheft Remix)

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Grandtheft has come through with another amazing remix this year, this time taking on Dillon Francis' "When We Were Young." He slows down the tempo for his remix and of course adds in his signature 808's making for a poppier take on the tune. This remix just adds to the long list of collaborators (DJ Snake, Major Lazer, and Martin Garrix to name a few) Dillon has on his … [Read more...]