Everyone needs music for the week. Even if you had five terabyte hard drives full of music exclusively, you still need music. I have compiled a list of tracks for each of the next seven days, although you are probably just going to be playing them all everyday. Six free downloads are accompanied by a contending remix from Cy Kosis to complete a week long package of great tunes. Some are gems from last week and some are fresh faces to the internet. No matter when they came out, the fact remains that they are all quality.
Live City jump-starts the collection with their progressive remix of “Begin Again.” They prove once again why they are one of the best duos producing house right now. I’d even venture to say out of any act, not just duo.
Cy Kosis could be on track to win this contest with his remix of “Mosh Pit.” His vibrant trap rendition is too fresh to slip under the radar of listeners. Turn up the speakers to get a full blown explosion of bass!
Flaxo is someone you have got to familiarize yourself with if you haven’t already. His remix of “Smoke, Drink, Break Up” will have you crying, no joke. Not because it’s terrible, but because it perfectly captures the emotions that are inherent in the title. Like, perfectly.
Caesar Julius made my day today. Maybe even my whole week or month. His original “Combuster” is a moombahcore monster that has orchestral phrases that will give you frisson. Major!
Another tune I found today that got me excited was “Jumanji” from RKSTDY. This bouncy house special is too fun not to groove to. Your body just automatically connects to the spunky cosmic sound. Get ready to dance your ass off.
I wasn’t expecting house when I was sent “Puppet Show” by Atom Pushers. I’m glad they did choose that genre when 5ynk and TightTraxx decided to work on something with the Colorado act. The result? A melbournce bounce masterpiece.
One act I found for the first time recently was Action Figure. I was hooked right when I heard “Wonky Government” for the first time. This is only the second production uploaded to the producer’s Soundcloud. Maybe we can peer pressure him into uploading more? Because I certainly would love more stuff from this guy and I think you do too.