Thankfully, I don’t have to fly a helicopter to drop this care package off to you. Instead, I just have to embed the goodies and the magic of the internet gets them to you. Full of seven tracks, this pack should keep you entertained for the coming week with the help of all the other music we share.
When I first heard Twine made a moombahton track, I was already prepared to fanboy all over it. After hearing it, I did. He turned “Club Action” into a spicy hybrid midtempo beast. I’ve heard of the crowd not vibing to moombahton (how appalling is that?), but I don’t think it’s possible to not be feeling this one. Safe to say, his sound translates well anywhere he takes it.
Free N Losh provided a soothing remix of “Often” by The Weekend for the second edit of the package. It’s like, future tropical. One of the neatest songs I’ve heard recently, which is why I’ve had it on repeat since it came out. And it came out freely, so you will definitely want to grab it. Purely spectacular!
Taking the energy up a notch is Karboncopy. In remixing “Chillaxin In The Club,” they produced a song that is ready for any dancefloor you can find. It also would provide an individual with a liberating headphone experience. This one is an anthem all the way.
Even though there’s enough remixes of “How You Love Me,” I had to share Kue‘s take. He captivated me with his supreme production work and creativity. Disco vibes rid this musical ride, which makes it a perfect edit to throw into a DJ set. Best thing, it’s free as a direct download.
Always providing solid tunes, KR$CHN has yet another with his original, “Trauma.” Released for free through Filthy Fortune Records, this single will also be released on the producers upcoming EP, Home, that will come out next month. Sit back, relax and enjoy this to the fullest.
Panic City is all aboard the Dim Mak train and he’s not stopping. First, he’s released “Girls On Shoulders” for free. The electro house single is highly appropriate in multiple ways for festivals like EDC and HARD. I think it’s fairly obvious why. After this banger, he has another tune coming out through the label on the fifth of August.
There’s been a few times where I have been keen on a big room track. This is one of those times. Axel Knox, who was a new name to me, dropped “Everybody” on Beatport recently. I love the main melody, the sample especially. AK took his time to make something a little different and the result turned out quite exemplary. I approve!