EDM titans Illenium and The Chainsmokers have been teasing their highly-anticipated collaboration “Take Away” since they debuted it at Ultra earlier this year. Both Illenium and The Chainsmokers are in the midst of releasing their respective Ascend and World War Joy albums. It seems as though “Take Away” might serve as either acts’ next album single, as they have been promoting it through a texting hotline. In a simulated texting conversation, the three producers encourage their fans to text Drew and Alex, where they will then be directed to a 15-second teaser of the upcoming music video. Text the number below for yourself and see!
Our 48th edition has landed with new remixes from RL Grime, What So Not, Malaa, QUIX, Party Pupils, and more. Check out our favorite remixes of the week below and follow our Run The Remixes playlist on Spotify.
If you’ve caught RL Grime or G Jones lately, chances are you’ve heard RL Grime’s insane edit of “In Your Head.” Over the past few months, the two artists have been heavily teasing the edit online and at recent shows, creating a massive amount of hype around the release. Today, courtesy of RL Grime’s Sable Valley imprint, we’re finally getting our hands on the full edit and it does not disappoint. Letting his creative power reign free, the trap don pushes G Jones’s unique free-flowing bass masterpiece to the next level for a devastatingly hard edit that goes off live. – Peach Gallagher
What So Not is on absolute fire this year. Just a week and a half following his massive drum & bass track “OOGAHDAM!” with Diablo, What So Not has unleashed a wild remix of the Stranger Thingstheme song. While the Australian producer has been playing this out at his shows for some time now, this is the first time he’s released the track on streaming platforms. Dark and menacing in all the right ways, the remix builds with eerie melodies and sinister … Read More
The Chainsmokers have been releasing new singles on a monthly basis since February as part of their upcoming third studio album World War Joy. With three tracks behind them, The Chainsmokers have now called upon pop songstress Bebe Rexha for “Call You Mine.” The duo’s latest hit is immediately catchy as Bebe Rexha’s sultry vocals simmer over the dark and tantalizing dance-pop beat. Hyper-sensual and deliciously intoxicating, “Call You Mine” will immediately capture any listener. Catch The Chainsmokers live this summer at Lollapalooza and later this fall on their World War Joy tour. Stream “Call You Mine” and watch the official music video below.
The Chainsmokers – Call You Mine (feat. Bebe Rexha) | Stream
Our 47th edition has landed with new remixes from Skrillex, NGHTMRE, Jauz, Louis The Child, Kayzo, Win and Woo, and more. Check out our favorite remixes of the week below and follow our Run The Remixes playlist on Spotify.
Kelsey Lu – Due West (Skrillex Remix) | Stream
Earlier this week, Skrillex surprised fans by announcing that he was dropping a new remix on Friday. Today, we’re finally receiving the track, in the form of an infectious remix of Kelsey Lu’s “Due West.” From the catchy vocal drops to masterful drums and mixdown, Sonny does what he does best and absolutely crushes this track. Skrillex has proved yet again how transcendent his production is across genres. – Max Chung
Lauv – Drugs & The Internet (CHVRCHES Remix) | Stream
Over the years, CHVRCHES have delivered a few remixes, including one of MS MR’s “Hurricane.” Though it’s been quite a while since their last remix, CHVRCHES have stepped up to remix Lauv‘s latest single “Drugs & The Internet.” Flawlessly inserting their glorious electropop into the track through sweeping synths and luxurious percussion, CHVRCHES have crafted a sultry flip that will immediately grab your attention.
Jauz has been teasing fans with his remix of SHAED‘s “Trampoline” for weeks and it’s finally arrived. The remix was first debuted last month at Coachella and ever since fans have been dying to get their hands on it. Flipping the … Read More
In January, The Chainsmokers unveiled that they had recently hit the studio with Blink-182. Since then, they’ve kept quiet regarding the collaboration until a new photo of The Chainsmokers and Blink-182 lead singer Mark Hoppus surfaced earlier this week. The Chainsmokers are in the midst of releasing their upcoming World War Joy album, so it’s likely the collaboration will appear on the project. With new singles dropping at a monthly rate, we’re sure to have The Chainsmokers and Blink-182’s collaboration in the near future. Stay tuned for more on The Chainsmokers and Blink-182’s upcoming track.