Electro

Monday Roundup Vol. 002

So I realize it isn’t Monday, but like I have already said, I have been very busy this week with school and such.  Still, not to make excuses, I finally got around to making the second edition of the Monday releases, in what I like to call, the Monday Roundup.  This week we have great releases from the likes of Tony Romera, David Puentez, and Filo & Peri.  My personal favorites come in Tony Romera’s bass heavy remix for David Hopperman, as well as the new original from David Puentez titled “Tripl3.”  However, if you like big sounding Progressive anthems with a hands in the air type breakdown and a soothing female vocal to  carry you through to the drop, then I recommend Project 46 and Dubvision’s collaboration titled “You & I,” or the new banger from Alex Hide called “Invasion Of Love.”  Whatever you pick, there is no way to go wrong, so take a listen to them all, and grab the ones you like from Beatport.

David Hopperman feat. Amanda Wilson – Like I Like (Tony Romera Remix) **Beatport**

David Puentez – Tipl3 (Original Mix) **Beatport**

 Alex Hide & Audrey Valorzi – Invasion Of Love (Club Mix) **Beatport**

Project 46 & Dubvision feat. Donna Lewis – You & I (Original Mix) **Beatport**

Filo & Peri – Go (Original Mix) **Beatport**

-Klavay


Alvaro – Make The Crowd GO (Original Mix)

Returning to Spinnin’ Records after his first release on Sander van Doorn’s label, Doorn Records, is the always eccentric and humorous Alvaro.  “Make The Crowd GO” has been played out live by the likes of superstar DJs such as David Guetta, Tiesto, and Afrojack to name a few.  The track sports a typical Dutch House lead, but falls into the category of a peak time set track.  This track is absolutely made for the clubs and deserves your attention. Make sure to check out this club banger and grab it from Beatport.

Alvaro –  Make The Crowd GO (Original Mix) **Beatport**

-Klavay


Apster – Marrakech (Original Mix)

After huge success with Eva Simmons on “I Need More,” which also was released on Wall Recordings, Apster is back with another imprint on Afrojack’s label called “Marrakech.”  Blending arcade sounding synths with playful synths and melodies, “Marrakech” quickly takes a turn towards Apster’s traditional sound: a blend of oddly layered bass lines with sprinkles of accompanying synths from many different influences.  Apster never fails to impress, but I do hope that he plans to add a vocal for the breakdowns, adding some extra layers and personalities to the track.  We can only wait and see my friends.  Check out the track below and make sure to grab it at Beatport when you’re ready.

Apster – Marrakech (Original Mix) **Beatport**

-Klavay

 


Free Downloads: Revolvr, Joeysuki, & Project 46

Happy Monday folks!! I thought I would start off the day with some freebies before we get into all the new releases on Beatport.  First up, Revolvr brings a twist into Knife Party’s hit “Internet Friends” with new vocal commentary, unique instrumental intro/outro, slightly tuned basslines, new sound elements, blind siding glitch hop break & more. Play it loud! Next, Mr. Joeysuki creates a uplifting club and festival anthem out of Delerium’s “Silence.”  Last, a little mashup from the boys at Project 46.  Nothing special, but they have added a nice vocal to accompany Avicii’s latest release, “Last Dance.”  Check out all the tracks below and grab them at no charge to you!! Only while supplies last, so hurry hurry!!

Knife Party – Internet Friends (Revolvr Bootleg) **Free Download**

Delerium – Silence (Joeysuki Bootelg) **Free Download**

Avicii vs Project 46 & Gemellini – Crazy Last Dance (Project 46 Mashup) **Free Download**

-Klavay


Preview: Yves V, Felguk, Dani L Mebius, Martin Garrix, & Alvaro

So I thought I would post some serious previews that are worth noting and maybe jotting down on your calendars.  First up, from Spinnin’ Records and Martin Garrix is an amazing melodic remix of Roy Gates‘ “Midnight Sun 2.o.”  This track is very big and packs some serious flavor as Martin Garrix blends beautiful chord progressions with even more astonishing synth work.  Next, the first Yves V collabortion with Dani L Mebius with what is sure to be a hell of a ride.  “Chained” is a Rock N Roll influenced track that breaks into a very heavy bass line.  Following “Chained,” is the young Dutchmen Alvaro with his Mixmash Records release called “Pay Attention To The Drums.”  Not only is the preview comical, but the track sports na almost comical lead that no doubt catches your attention.  Lastly, Yves V is back this time Felguk to present “Wow.”  The track begins with a huge arms in the air breakdown followed by nasty bass line which will have you screaming for the release.  Check them all out below and be sure to grab them in the next couple of weeks.

Roy Gates – Midnight Sun 2.0 (Martin Garrix Remix) (Released October 5th)


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Yves V vs Dani L Mebius – Chained (Original Mix) (Released October 5th)


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Alvaro – Pay Attention To The Drums (Original Mix) (Released September 24th)


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Yves V & Felguk – Wow (Original Mix) (Released September 24th)

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-Klavay


Calvin Harris vs Swanky Tunes vs R3hab vs Tommy Trash – Sending My Flashback (Tommy Trash Bootleg)

Mr. Tommy Trash has just released a special bootleg he did of Swanky Tunes & R3hab’s track “Sending My Love” along with the vocal from Calvin Harris‘ “Flashback.”  Not only that, but Tommy added a little bit of the Trash sound to the mix, making it giant Electro collaboration of epic proportions.  The giveaway coincides with Tommy’s Facebook page passing 80,000 fans, so be sure to grab this goodie and give Mr. Trash a like on Facebook for the generosity.

Calvin Harris vs Swanky Tunes vs R3hab vs Tommy Trash – Sending My Flashback (Tommy Trash Bootleg) **Free Download**

-Klavay


Tony Romera – Save Me EP

One of my new favorite producers making a big splash recently is Tony Romera.  Tony popped onto my radar when he won the Xtra Life Records competition along with his massively huge track “MAD.”  Since then, Tony Romera has gone on to remix the likes of Chuckie & Promise Land, Joachim Garraud, and Carl Kennedy.  Today, Housesession Records releases the next installment in the Tony Romera saga in the Save Me EP.  The EP is a four track EP which includes “Save Me” which features the vocals of Lydia Scarfo, “Get Fat,” which is more true to Tony’s traditional sound, and “2 Seconds,” which is a layered melodic Big Room track new to the Tony Romera catalog.  Finally, included in the EP is an instrumental version of “Save Me” for all your aspiring producers to do what you will with it whether it be a bootleg remix or a refreshing mashup.  Check out the previews below and make sure to grab the entire EP at Beatport.

Tony Romera – Save Me EP

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-Klavay