Following his recent collaboration with Yetep, recent Ultra Records signee MYRNE is back with a deliciously smooth remix of Manila Killa‘s “Skin.” A gorgeous soundscape that gently pulls the listener in, MYRNE’s remix shines brightly while honoring the mood behind the original. Fall underneath MYRNE’s spell and take a listen below.
Alison Wonderland and Dillon Francis have finally released the official remixes for their hard-hitting collaboration “Lost My Mind” that dropped the other month. As you’ll see below, the package includes creative flips courtesy of WILDLYF, Duke & Jones, ARMNHMR + many more. Check them out and let us know which one is your favorite in the comments section.
Dillon Francis & Alison Wonderland – Lost My Mind (Remixes) | Stream
Kayzo has been stepping up his game lately by crafting electrifying rock-meets-electronic bangers. His most recent example enlisted All Time Low’s lead vocalist Alex Gaskarth for “Up In Flames.” One of his most anticipated releases of the year, however, is a remix of Yungblud and Halsey‘s “11 Minutes.” Originally debuted live at Coachella, Kayzo’s “11 Minutes” remix has finally arrived in all its glory. Grungy and anthemic, Kayzo’s heavy-handed bass is in full-throttle as wild dubstep synths fire off to surround Yungblud and Halsey’s duet. Stream Kayzo’s wild “11 Minutes” remix below.
It’s been almost a year since RL Grime unleashed his jaw-dropping NOVA album and he’s still riding that wave. Less than a week after releasing his entirely instrumental NOVA Pure album, RL Grime has teamed up with Wavo to launch a remix contest for his 24hrs featured hit “UCLA.” We’ve already seen two stacked remix packs featuring the likes of Valentino Khan, k?d, QUIX, 1788-L, Said The Sky, and more, yet, of the 22 remixes, there was only one official “UCLA” remix. RL Grime is now giving rising producers the opportunity to show their skills with his new remix contest. The winning producer will receive a cash prize of $250, an RL Grime t-shirt, and a NOVApendant necklace. Submissions and voting close on June 13th. Enter the remix contest here.
When Seven Lions, Wooli and Trivecta teamed up to for “Island,” we knew it would bring the best qualities from all three artists together into one absolute beautiful song. From the gorgeous hook into a gleefully melodic bass breakdown all culminating into a dubstep drop that is like a breath of fresh air, no one could have predicted it would be this huge of a song.
The newest remix EP of the track includes five artists all bringing their life into the song. Blastoyz and Dimibo drop off psytrance inspired remixes, while TYNAN and Sullivan King deliver their own bass-heavy takes. Au5’s takes the already melodic bass tune and curates it into something even more powerful. Check out the full remix EP below.
It’s been two months since LICK released his fiery remix of Seven Lions’ “Lose Myself” and it looks like the rising producer is showing no signs of slowing down. This time reimagining GTA‘s “Red Lips,” LICK offers a powerful remake that highlights the sensual undertones of the original and blurs the lines between mid-tempo stunners and trap bangers. Catch LICK live at Electric Forest, Electric Zoo, HARD Summer, and more this summer and stream hit “Red Lips” remix below.
Denver-based musician Maddy O’Neal has made her official Westwood Recordings debut with a remix compilation of her recent Dream State EP.Dream State is an unmistakable expression of O’Neal’s versatility and diverse musical roots, incorporating hip hop, soul, and funk, with an electronic twist. Now this remix compilation puts a new spin and the melodic journey that is her Dream State EP. Each track has its own respective remix, putting a soulful spin on her whimsical EP by remixers like Defunk, Dreamers Delight, Artifakts, and more.
O’Neal herself is really stoked on the compilation. “It is really rad to hear how everyone involved took the vibe and flipped it in their own way, putting their signature flavors on these tracks and breathing new life into them”.
Catch Maddy O’Neal on one of her upcoming tour dates:
5/04 – Blue Moon Brew Co, Denver CO
5/18 – 930 Club, Washington DC
5/24 – Summer Camp Music Festival, Chillicothe IL
5/26 – Elements Music and Arts Festival, Lakewood PA
Our 46th edition has landed with new remixes from Diplo, Flosstradamus, Mija, RAC, Party Pupils, Justice Skolnik, and more. Check out our favorite remixes of the week below and follow our Run The Remixes playlist on Spotify.
Lil Nas X – Old Town Road (feat. Billy Ray Cyrus) [Diplo Remix] | Stream
After announcing his newfound country star moniker Thomas Wesley, Diplo is back with new country-flavored music with an official remix of Lil Nas X’s viral sensation “Old Town Road.” The track arrives right after the producer’s Stagecoach Festival performance, where he brought out both Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus for a surprise performance of the track. As you’ll quickly hear, Diplo adds a ton of high-energy percussion to the record while still keeping the vibe of the original intact. – Max Chung
The dance music community exploded when NGHTMRE and A$AP Ferg collided on the potential festival anthem “Redlight.” The tracks obnoxious rap lines do the trick as it immediately injects you with energy. It was a given that the original would see renditions from many but the one to stick out from the pack is Flosstradamus‘ new remix. The trap icon adds a new height to the original and elevates its liveliness. – Omar Serrano
Elohim is always keeping us on our toes. Her debut self-titled album spanned 15 flawless tracks, each of which only made us adore the rising pop songstress even more. One year later, Elohim has unveiled the deluxe edition of her album with a flurry of sparkling new remixes. As part of the deluxe edition, Elohim has expanded the project to include 29 tracks and incorporated recent remixes by RAC and Louis The Child along with new remixes by Mija, Yoshi Flower, Gigamesh, Born Dirty, Sacha Robotti, Tep No, and more. Better yet, Elohim has shared remixes of three of her own tracks “Water Baby,” “Silence Is Cool,” and “Why Am I Like This”. Elohim’s extended album serves as both a celebration of the one year anniversary and the closing of a chapter. Catch Elohim on tour supporting Blackbear this summer and stream her reenvisioned album below.
Justice Skolnik is on absolute fire this year. With original music just around the corner, the Bay Area producer has kicked off the year with a flurry of hypnotic future bass remixes of Disclosure, Khalid, ODESZA, RL Grime, Louis The Child, and more. Adding yet another stunning remix to his collection, Justice Skolnik has taken on Calvin Harris‘ 2017 hit “Feels”. Remixing a track that features Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams, and Big Sean is no small task but Justice Skolnik definitely does the original justice. Fluidly melding his house-inspired future bass production with the feel-good nature of the track, Justice Skolnik delivers an undeniable gem. Stream Justice Skolnik’s “Feels” remix below.
Last year Sleeveless Recordings unleashed one of Stylust’s biggest hits to date, “Flexx”, from his Tidal Wave EP. Now “Flexx” has its own remix album and is somehow even better than ever before. The seven-track compilation features remixes from West Coast bass up-and-comers like ColtCuts, AHEE, Kowta, in addition to Stylust’s own heavy VIP rework.
The album began with a remix contest for Bamboo Bass Festival, where the prize involved an official Sleeveless release. Sleeveless couldn’t release just one, so this killer remix album was born. The results couldn’t have been better. The album absolutely rips, and breathes new life into an already epic single.