Dirty Audio is quickly becoming the king of creating massive, club-ready remixes this year; he is back with his official remix of Afrojack‘s hit “Used to Have It All” that takes the original and adds a heavy dose of turn-up. While the original plays upon emotive vocals and a groovy, deep house vibe, Dirty Audio‘s version is filled with his signature touch: stabbing electro synths and huge drops that will have your body moving involuntarily to the beat. Being selected to produce the official remix for a legendary artist like Afrojack is yet another step forward in Dirty Audio‘s promising young career—especially so since Afrojack was the first DJ that Dirty Audio ever saw live, and thus had a great influence on his aspirations to become a producer himself. This newest release is a bona fide club and festival hit, so look for it to be on repeat during the spring and summer seasons.
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Afrojack is the latest heavy hitter that Dirty Audio has worked with; his previous tracks include a remix of Yellow Claw‘s “Ocho Cinco” and his original production with Max Styler, “Roller Coaster.” Both releases were extraordinarily well received by fans and industry tastemakers alike, bolstering Dirty Audio‘s resume as he blazes full steam ahead through 2017. He is currently on tour in Australia and New Zealand, bringing his electrifying live sets to all corners of the globe. Look for Dirty Audio to be invading the airwaves or coming to a city near you this year as he rides this unstoppable wave of success.
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Oliver Tree’s “Miss You” Is The Funniest Music Video In Years
The new music video for Oliver Tree‘s collaboration with DJ and producer Robin Schulz will make you laugh like a drain every time you watch it. Not only that but “Miss You” sounds ridiculously catchy too!
Besides being a singer-songwriter, Oliver is a comedian as well, so it comes naturally for him to interrupt everyone’s boring lives and routines as shown in the visuals. Moreover, it’s quite hilarious how he brings on the chaos at an office, during a soccer match, and also while stealing at a grocery shop.
If you were wondering who is the clown, the correct answer is his alter ego.
As a curious note, the whole clip was directed by the artist himself. Impressively, it includes mouth-to-mouth transitions that allow you to discover a crazy and bizarre world.
When creative minds like Oliver Tree start to think out of the box, the final outcome transcends views and streams. Taking this into account, I can guarantee that “Miss You” is accompanied by one of the funniest music videos in years.
Whether you agree or disagree with this short review, I really hope you enjoy it to the fullest.
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Kohen Teams Up With Mert Can & Garonzos On “Overload”
Kohen is back on Alok’s CONTROVERSIA with his EDM vocal gem “Overload.” The Brazilian artist teamed up with two startup producers: Turkish producer Mert Can, most well known for his successful track “Butterfly Effect,” and India-based Garonzos, who has released on Storm Music Group and Oxytime Records. “Overload” hits with a minimal, riding bassline combined with groovy melodies and surreal, soulful vocals; the result is a production that feels both at home on the dancefloor and on the radio. The release follows Kohen’s recent “Magic Night” with Kenny Musik and his remix for Bhaskar and Yves V’s “Round My Head,” both on CONTROVERSIA. He has already released on labels such as Spinnin’ Records, Musical Freedom, Hexagon, STMPD RCRDS, Sony, Universal Music, and Som Livre.
Throughout his career, Kohen’s music has found homes on labels including CONTROVERSIA, Spinnin’ Records, Musical Freedom, Hexagon, STMPD RCRDS, Sony, Universal Music, and Som Livre. His dynamic style garnered him support from the likes of David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Tiesto, Hardwell, and Alok himself. He’s been releasing on CONTROVERSIA since 2020, when he debuted with his now-hit track “Waiting” (which amassed 2,1M streams on Spotify). Kohen has also remixed Alok’s “Wherever You Go” in collaboration with Bhaskar for an exclusive release with Amazon Music and collaborated with Alok and Lithuanian artist Gaullin in the cover of Era’s “Ameno” (4,3M streams on Spotify). He’s also recently collaborated with Vintage Culture, Liu, Vinne, Felguk, as well as created official remixes for the likes of Martin Garrix, Jason Derulo, Bhaskar, Dubdogz, Vintage Culture, and Cat Dealers. Keep an eye out for more remixes from this talented up-and-comer.
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Alan Walker Remixes R3HAB’s Iconic Hit “All Around The World”
R3HAB recruits his fellow heavyweight Alan Walker for a remix of his iconic hit “All Around The World” with A Touch Of Class from 2019, which remains R3HAB’s most streamed and most certified release to date. It’s a tough act to follow, but the one and only Alan Walker puts a fresh spin on it.
Walker honors the original’s Disco influence and layers in some groovy, euphoric melodies and an energetic breakdown. “All Around The World” first became a hit with A Touch of Class’s release in 2000, and with the return of everything early-aughts, this is the perfect time for a revival so that the hit can rule clubs and festivals around the world (literally) once again.
It’s out on Virgin Records/Universal Music and celebrates half a billion streams of the original version on Spotify alone, with 30 platinum certifications globally and a brand new gold plaque in the US, confirmed a few days ago. Read below what R3HAB and Alan had to say about the opportunity to remix the track:
“My single ‘All Around The World’ recently racked up half a billion streams on Spotify. This is an incredible milestone in my career, and I’m extremely grateful. To celebrate, I’ve asked Alan Walker to work on a new version. Alan is a pioneer, and I’m glad that I trusted him with this as he came up with a refreshing and surprising take. I hope both our fans will like this new approach and will celebrate with us all around the world.” — R3HAB
“When R3HAB asked me to make a remix of this classic, I had to jump on it. I hope my remix gets the Walkers around the world in a party mood, and create new amazing memories on it.” — Alan Walker