In case you missed it, Matoma Music 's latest remix features classic The Notorious B.I.G. and 2pac lyrics and the Norwegian's signature tropical house/nu disco style. Another really solid combination of hip hop and modern chill house, which Matoma has been setting himself apart by pioneering in the past couple of months.
OLWIK's new anthem employs the angelic vocals of featured artist Alexa Lusader as well as several entrancing progressive elements to give "Taking Over" an unforgettable melody. Filled with aquatic breaks and uplifting builds, the young Swede is making his mark on the world of house with every track he releases.
Set to be released on July 29th, Clockwork 's "Signals" looks slated to be huge. The Los Angeles based producer does well to create a hair raising atmosphere in the intro and break, which contrasts nicely with the full, intense progressive house drop. Another soon to be festival anthem.
Michael Woods' new track "In Your Arms" is a beautiful progressive house anthem. Lauren Dyson provides stunningly dynamic and powerful vocals, while the instrumental is thick and emotional. Quality work from the Englishman, and its nice to see Spinnin' Records continuing to feature quality tracks as well.
Kasum does remix duties on this classic Sum 41 song. Following the tried and tested progressive house model, this song distinguishes itself by using the catchy vocals that will resonate with every kid from the '90s. Kasum does a great job of integrating the vocals with the drop and taking two genres and mashing them together. So sit back, and let the memories of your misspent youth flow back.
Don Diablo dropped this banging deep house track today through Spinnin' Records. In classic Oliver Heldens and Tchami style, the new original features a deep, bass driven lead and rapid paced percussion. A vocoder adds some spice to the track, and really gives it a deep club feel.
Ofenbach has a go at Andreas Moe's "Under The Sun" to great effect. An incredibly catchy guitar lead, tropical percussion, and the original's smooth vocals result in a perfect beach anthem. Well done by the Frenchman.
More summer vibes from Bergs, a young Norwegian producer who has been making waves with his remix of Boston's "More Than A Feeling", which we featured yesterday. A few months ago he touched up Men at Work's classic track "Down Under" with the same quality vibes as his most recent work. The original is already a summery track, but Bergs took it to the next level with this.