Blisspop favorite, Lane 8, just dropped a tasty new remix of Josh Record’s “Pictures In The Dark.” He manages to combine a pretty and almost-progressive house feel with the light-hearted breeziness of an indie dance track. The song revolves around a piano line that’s coupled with a nice low end counterpart and airy synths to fill all the other spaces. The sparseness of the vocals makes for a nice chorus that adds an instantly memorable hook to the track. Take a listen below and come see Lane 8 on April 30th at U Street Music Hall:
Dany Kole is a new producer coming our way from Moscow. He makes sexy retro tinged nu disco tracks with a tendency for big, sexy bass lines and tropical vibes. About a month ago, Kole released his Pictures EP and recently just dropped a nice remix of Goldroom’s “Embrace.” Take a listen below and grab the tracks for free while you’re at it!
Francis Inferno Orchestra has been turning heads recently with an excellent release on Let’s Play House and a series of higher profile remixes. Now the Australian producer has taken in remix duties for Woolfy’s latest EP on Future Classic. He reworks the track into a driving house track that manages to have a big warehouse vibe with a super summery feel. Vocals float in and out of a sea of hazy pads and clattering cymbals, eventually trading off with a 303 lead lines. The track has a super raw feel which is nicely complimented with the earth of the pads. Check it out below:
We’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of this monster. Justin Jay dropped his remix of Claude Von Stroke’s “Sugar And Cinnammon” at February’s Bliss, and the dance floor absolutely erupted. The track boasts a muscular bass line pumping under the vocal hook from the original, which makes for a very soulful and dirty groove that is instantly irresistible. This is easily one of the biggest tracks Dirtybird has released yet so get ready to hear it everywhere this summer.
The Rüfüs remixes keep coming, and we can’t complain because the Aussie band has a knack for picking the perfect producers for their tracks. This time they’ve passed their single “Take Me” to Miguel Campbell, who turns it into laid back nu disco track with an incredibly breezy feel. Campbell manages to instill even more of a summery feel into the track. The mix is stripped down focusing largely around a subtle disco bass line and a warm pad. It’s a great track and makes for a perfect patio track with the recently resurfacing warmth.