Carousel- Let’s Go Home (Sound Remedy Remix)

  The musical complexity of Sound Remedy‘s productions always seem to catch my attention. The Los Angeles based producer brings his arsenal of musical prowess fully to bear on this latest production, a melodically driven remix of Carousel’s “Let’s Go Home”. This 110 BPM remix is a reflective sonic journey that maintains the positive message of […]

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Ryan Marks – Fiji EP

LOUDPVCK has gotten some love on this site, and for good reason.  Ryan Marks, 1/2 of LOUDPVCK, has got a solo EP out via Party Like Us Records, and we need to spread this.  With “Fiji”, Ryan takes us on a tour of tropical trap, moombah, and good vibes.  Title trap track, “Fiji” is the […]

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The xx – Angels (Deejay Theory Edit)

The xx may not exactly qualify as EJ relevant, but there’s no denying that they are one of the top musical talent today.  With that said, it makes sense that many DJs and producers would try to add their own spin to their tracks.  With this one, Deejay Theory has taken “Angels”, the lead single […]

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Bro Safari’s Latest Jams

Bro Safari is one of my personal favorites to be sure.  Whether he’s dropping dem bow moombah, high-powered dubstep or his own take on trap, you know the track is going to FIRE.  Since coming out “That A$$”, Bro hasn’t stopped!  Today we have two fracks from the Bro, with one moombah and one trap […]

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Jack Beats – Careless EP

Jack Beats has done it again. Teaming up with other white hot artists, such as Dillion Francis, Diplo, and Example,  the duo has got another release: Careless. However, this album is anything but. In “Hooligans”, my personal favorite, the duo craftily mixes the basslines of dubstep with the house flavor, while in “Careless” the electro synths […]

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Madeon – Finale (Dillon Francis Remix)

When I first read the headline on UKF, I thought to myself, “how the hell is this going to work?”. Madeon’s tune is a drumstep nu-disco fusion, while Dillon Francis specializes in hard-hitting, 112 moombah insanity. But then I realized, the jump from drumstep (87) to moombahton could easily be facilitated by speeding up the […]

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