Out now via Monstercat Instinct Vol.2
Swedish producer Anevo and Colorado native Laura Brehm teamed up on new single “Universe” out now via Monstercat Instinct Vol.2.
The song is a beautiful, euphoric mix. Brehm’s vocals pair nicely with Anevo’s catchy chords. It’s quite relaxing!
Fredrik Sunderberg, better known as Anevo, has been a featured artist on Monstercat since 2015. Laura Brehm has become a sought-after vocalist for many electronic producers. She even formed her own label, Electric Bird Records, back in 2016 to support indie artists in the electronic-folk genre.
Both are artists to keep an eye out for.
***READ MORE HERE: Anevo & Laura Brehm New Release “Universe”
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By Real EDM — 6 months ago
Here we go again with the summer bangers
Just in time for Tomorrowland, three dance music heavyweights combine forces to create a high-octane festival anthem in the form of Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Nicky Romero‘s new single “Here We Go.”
The track delivers a classic, driving four-on-the-floor beat in its opening, quickly layered upon by melodies that build the anticipation to an all-time high before its colossal percussive breakdown.
Longtime dance music fans will recognize the catchy “Hey girls, B-boys, Superstar DJs, here we go!” vocal sample from the Chemical Brothers‘ classic 1999 hit “Hey Boy, Hey Girl,” now given a bold makeover for the modern era.
This screams main stage Tomorrowland! And right on time!
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***READ MORE HERE: Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Nicky Romero Collaborate On New Festival Track, “Here We Go” [Listen]
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By Real EDM — 1 year ago
The year 2017 is coming to a close faster than you know it. As the Holiday weekend approaches, we’re recapping 2017 in music. We’ve already counted down the best albums of the year, and now we’re moving on to the best remixes of the year. We asked our team to select their top choices of the year and we compiled the results here for you. Did we hit the mark or are there other remixes worthy of attention? Sound off in the comments.
Jai Wolf – Indian Summer (Kasbo Remix)
Kasbo‘s remix of Jai Wolf is both relaxing and beautiful. The ‘Indian Summer‘ remix is definitely a feel good track for anyone.
Above & Beyond – Northern Soul (Spencer Brown Remix)
Spencer Brown gives Above and Beyond‘s ‘Northern Soul‘ the nine minute treatment. This epic remix of one of trance’s biggest names is definitely some of the best chill out trance tracks of the year.
The XX – A Violent Noise (Four Tet Remix)
In another laid back trance-y remix, Four Tet shows his musical mastery as he redoes The XX‘s ‘A Violent Noise. The progression throughout the eight and a half minute track is both beautiful and melodic, the perfect track to lay back and relax to.
Armin van Buuren – This Is A Test (Arkham Knights Remix)
After debuting ‘This Is A Test‘, Armin van Buuren‘s epic track got a remix from the Arkham Knights. Keeping true to the troll of the original track, the Arkham Knights remix still breaks down for the audio, visual “test” but adds a ton of energy.
J Balvin – Mi Gente (Dillon Francis Remix)
While he may be a huge troll, there is no denying Dillon Francis‘ musical talent. He gives ‘Mi Gente‘ an EDM twist, perfect for a big festival crowd with plenty of people holding up their Gerald totems.
Kidnap Kid, Lane 8 – Aba (Yotto Remix)
The Anjunadeep crew is always impressive, especially when they remix one another. Yotto‘s remix of ‘Aba‘ by Lane 8 and Kidnap Kid hits home with the deep vibes and gives more credit to the sister label of Anjunabeats.
Armin van Buuren vs Vini Vici – Great Spirit (Wildstylez Remix)
Wildstylez adds their heavy hitting hardstyle sound to one of Armin van Buuren and Vini Vici‘s tracks. The ‘Great Spirit‘ remix may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but the production quality is dead on.
Ed Sheeran – Castle on the Hill (Gareth Emery & Ashley Wallbridge Remix)
Many people have polarizing opinions about Ed Sheeran. But after getting an epic trance treatment from Gareth Emery and Ashley Walbridge it is impossible to dislike ‘Castle On The Hill‘. The vocals layer perfectly along an uplifting instrumental track, making this one of the best remixes of the year.
Dillon Francis – Say Yes (Eptic Remix)
Eptic takes Dillon Francis and G-Eazy to a new level in the #2 remix of the year. While ‘Say Less‘ was a huge hit by itself, this remix is out of control. The whompy dub in this song is impossible to ignore so don’t be surprised if you find yourself head banging sitting at your desk or during your morning work out.
Kendrick Lamar – HUMBLE (Skrillex Remix)
Although number 2, 3 and 4 were all close in votes, the #1 remix of the year stood clearly above the others. Kendrick Lamar‘s ‘Humble‘ made huge waves in the music industry and so did Skrillex‘s remix of the hit. Bringing Kendrick’s flavor into the EDM scene is right in line with Sunny Moore‘s typical MO. As one of the most involved artists in the scene, it’s no wonder Skrillex tops this years EDMTunes top 15 remixes.
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By Real EDM — 3 months ago
Rapture Electronic Music Festival Founder Youssef Khamis has spoken out on Ultra Music Festival’s efforts to find a new venue.
Just when things looked hopeful for Ultra Music Festival, another event brand appears to have laid claim to their potential replacement venue. Following the festival’s ousting from Bayfront Park in Miami, its organizers had eyed a spot on Virginia Key as one possibility for a new site. As it turns out, Rapture Electronic Music Festival has already made such arrangements for the date range in question.
After news surfaced that Ultra had considered Historic Virginia Key Beach Park as one of two “in-tandem” locations, Rapture CEO and Founder Youssef Khamis issued a statement. “We have a signed contract with Historic Virginia Key Beach Park dating back to March 2018 for March 29th and March 30th, 2019,” it read. “We’re very much looking forward to returning to this beautiful beachside setting for our third edition.”
The Ultra organizers don’t seem all that worried, however. “It did come up,” Ultra spokesman Ray Martinez told the Miami Herald of the double booking. “I think the event would be moved. It’s a much smaller event.”
Nothing in Khamis’ statement suggests that Ultra might be barred from utilizing the second site, a park adjacent to Miami Marine Stadium. Rapture contract notwithstanding, the proposed relocation is also subject to a November 15th vote to determine matters of public licensing.
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***READ MORE HERE: Rapture Electronic Music Festival’s Contract Might Prevent Ultra’s Proposed Relocation
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