As the dust settles from the explosion of R3hab’s killer remix of “We Found Love” last month, new visions begin to rise above the clouds. This one is a totally different feel than the electrified, partied out version we’ve since become addicted to. Eos throws us back and forth between melodic synths and hardstyle dubstep bass and wobbles from all over the spectrum. At times I find myself slipping into a trance with the introductions, only to then be whipped in the face with massive bass and distortion. Definitely a surprising and unpredictable take on the already smash hit.
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For the third and final installment of the “Alvin Risk kicks ass series” this week, I bring you a deep, electro-house remix that will beat you below sea level. Remixing fellow OWSLA steppers, Kill The Noise, Alvin Risk brings back a new take on deep house with a few signature electro elements you’ve come to expect from the rapidly rising producer. This one is much deeper in attitude that the past two tracks of his I’ve shared this past week, but shows one hell of a range in sound. Keep em comin’ Alvin.
I’m lovin’ this new wave of moombahton/dance remixes coming out from the biggest rising stars in the dubstep/electro game. Alvin Risk delivers the perfect combination of electrification and feel-good grooves in this soon-to-be hit from Oh My. For those of you that may have never been exposed to Alvin Risk before, this is the perfect crossover song. This one is sure to appeal to dubstep, moomba, and pop fans alike. Monday be damned, it’s never too early to get groovin’.
DUBAWUBA! Who’s that sexy remix!? Mavrik, that’s who. It was only a matter of time before someone nailed this one on in true dubstep style. This hard remix of todays favorite pop-house song is packed with hardtysle dubstep wobbles, hilarious sound samples, and of course those eloquent vocals from LMFAO. Well, eloquence may be an overindulgence in description. But sexy? You know it.
Alright, this one had to be posted. Even though it only came out a little over a day ago, there’s a solid chance that you may have already had the pleasure of hearing this new pop-electro banger from the mixmaster, R3hab. Not quite as epic as his remix of “We Found Love” in my opinion, but still an amazing spin on a new pop hit. In case you haven’t heard, R3hab has been tearing it up at a few sets of the Dayglow Blu tour. To all you who have had the pleasure to see this live, I envy you. At the rate he’s been releasing tracks I’m sure there’s another one on the way soon. Be on the lookout!
I have to thank the Red Mob, for I don’t think I would have ever listened to this song had it not been for their grimy re-imagining of what a modern hip hop track should be. One thing that I love about the way this is put together is the perfect complimenting that goes on between the original song and dirty bass. However, it’s not just the bass that catches my ears. Red Mob doesn’t try and overpower you with misused hardstyle wobbles. Don’t get me wrong I love the filth, but in this case there is just enough of every dubstep element to make a head-bopper for your weekend night. Sip on some flow.
I’m fairly certain it’s next to impossible that you haven’t heard this by now, but just in case I’m going to load up your eardrums with some Bass-nectary vibe that’s out of this world. There are three parts of the equation going into this song that I find it impossible to have missed out on so far. Firstly, singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding has been exploding onto the music scene in the past two years with her serene voice and delicate, indie-style composing. Secondly, her song “Lights” has been one of the most popular releases she has had in her career to date. And Thirdly, Bassnectar. Just, Bassnectar. The trance/bass spin that the sub-loving producer coupled with Gouldings already trance-like voice has created perhaps one of the most immortal vocal bass remixes to date. Immerse yourself.