Breakout tech house star Justin Jay mixes charging ’80s synth pop vibes with classic techno grooves for a sinister and funky take on Barnt’s 2014 single Chappell. Barnt’s original is a testimonial to the perpetual excellence of stentorian basslines. Jay doesn’t remove any of the original’s ferocity, but rather weaves into, under, and [...]
Barnt - Chappell (Justin Jay Remix feat. Henry Was & Benny Bridges) [Free Download]
Two of 2015’s biggest breakout dance stars, electro crafter Jauz and future bass don Marshmello (pictured right to left, respectively), have paired to rework Duke Dumont’s 2013 hit Need U (100%), and as you might expect, it’s fantastic. With two spots on our Top 15 Electro Tracks Of 2015–including the #1 spot–Jauz has quickly become the [...]
Duke Dumont - Need U (100%) (Jauz & Marshmello Remix) [Free Download]
The latest from rap-loving bass icon Datsik and his Ephwurd side project with Bais Haus is charging, break-driven house groove Bring It Back, which bears a heaping serving of hip-hop flavor. The wobbling house boomer straddles the line between vibes suitable for either breakdancing or shuffling. The track also has a rap acapella sample [...]
Ephwurd - Bring It Back (Original Mix) [DOORN Records]
Parisian future bass craftsmen Point Point’s latest is All This, a soulful and turnt-up electro-meets-trap anthem that sits directly in line with the most mainstream of club and festival moments. The build of All This is pure electro house goodness in it’s length and grandiose feel. However, the stuttering vocal chop, heavy synths, and [...]
Point Point - All This (Original Mix)
Welcome to Sound Atlas, a weekly series showcasing LessThan3’s desire to scan the world for the most exciting sounds in global electronic music. This week’s edition scours the globe and discovers a quintet of global productions including moombahton, trap, and deep house that are ideally suited for both festival and underground [...]
Travis $cott feat. Young Thug & Justin Bieber - Maria, I'm Drunk (Ricky Vaughn Remix) [Free Download]
Happy Colors & Hammo Sung - Hablame de Alcohol (Original Mix) [Main Course]
SKAAY - Funkalicious (Original Mix)[La Clinica]
Shintaro & Masayoshi Iimori - Chopper (Original Mix) [TREKKIE TRAX]
Obas Nenor - Let's Go (Original Mix) [Sol Power Sound]
Aussie house tunesmiths The Aston Shuffle return with new single Get High With You, a deeply soulful and ethereal groove. The key to this track is how well the duo navigates the significant space between just how equally airy and low-slung the song is in it’s construction. The melody and vibe in the track starts from the top and [...]
The Aston Shuffle - Get High With You (Original Mix) [Potion]
Remixer extraordinaire Sam Feldt turns Years and Years’ hit single Shine from a grooving soul single into a pop-aimed and dance-ready floor filler. This track feels as though it serves a remix’s most ideal reason for creation. The ear-worming original has so many elements that are likely to stick in a DJ’s head, yet it’s not quite [...]
Years & Years - Shine (Sam Feldt Remix) [Polydor]
As Alison Wonderland’s forthcoming tour draws near, the pleasantly undulating jungle of boom that is her remix of Justin Bieber’s What Do You Mean promises that those sets should be quite exciting. The Biebs’ swinging future bass ballad gets its xylophone-style synths coupled in a manner that quickens the track’s tempo. Impressively, [...]
Justin Bieber - What Do You Mean (Alison Wonderland Remix)
Soulection affiliate Mr. Carmack continues to veer left-of-center yet still remain directly on course with achieving dance music stardom with atmospheric boom-bap-meets-soul production Go Get Her. This one sounds like what would happen if Flying Lotus and legendary NYC-based producer DJ Premier sat down and had a studio session. [...]
Mr. Carmack feat. Tom Misch & Jordan Rakei - Go Get Her (Original Mix)
Shiba San’s remix of Montreal-based techno titan Tiga’s Don’t Break My Heart is a jerking and booming throwback house groove that settles heavier into the original track’s deep and breaking funk vibe. Shiba San’s (pictured) deft and snapping vocal chops plus noodling melodic elements give his remix a certain shake and pop that retains a [...]
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