Posts Tagged ‘Don’t Leave’

March 5, 2017

A plethora of incredible remixes have already been unleashed for Snakehips and MØ’s hit collaboration Don’t Leave, including edits by the likes of Gryffin and Oshi, who gave us very different interpretations of the song. The latest official remix and fresh turn comes by way of Canada’s Ekali. This first track of 2017 from the gifted producer fills us with all the feels on this misty Sunday morning. We wax nostalgic over memories from a weekend gone too soon as MØ’s longing vocals pierce our hearts from a sea of wavy rippling future bass and regal pounding, celestial chiming trap. Ekali’s gorgeous remix is available from all major services, here.

February 13, 2017

Sensational remixes of Snakehips and MØ’s pop hued smash anthem Don’t Leave continue to roll in as London’s Oshi gives us one of the most fascinating edits yet. In fact, Oshi’s remix might be the most fresh and unique re-work I’ve encountered this year so far. Don’t Leave takes on a sprawling vastness as Oshi imbibes it with quivering synths and palpating bass. The track oscillates and warbles, flutters and kicks ruthlessly, taking us along for an chunky electrifying yet fluid rotund ride. Download or stream the jaw dropping remix at additional outlets, here.

February 5, 2017

Last month, much beloved UK duo Snakehips recently teamed up with Danish darling on a surprisingly pop leaning anthem named Don’t Leave. As if the combination of these two acts isn’t already a heavenly treat, Don’t Leave has now received an official remix treatment by none other than Gryffin, the producer from New York who’s given us some of the best melodic dance originals and vibrant springing remixes these past few years. Gryffin leads us up grand ascensions with his atmospheric sweeping, skyscraper soaring deep dance edit. This beatific eruption of exultant euphoria is out now on iTunes via Sony.

January 7, 2017

While Danish pop artist has been a favorite of ours for many years now, it was her chart dominating collaborations with production heavy weights like Major Lazer that propelled her to well deserved super stardom. She continues that trajectory by collaborating with the UK’s Snakehips on a soaring new single named Don’t Leave. The song, which was revealed via a lyric video today, is obviously going to be a massive hit, with plenteous remixes to follow on its coattails. Whilst Don’t Leave is far more pop leaning for Snakehips and it’s missing the usual MØ spunk, the ballad is a bittersweet entrancing electronic gem just the same. Download or stream from other outlets, here.

April 8, 2015

Kicking it up a notch with a dope new tune from Brooklyn’s TKDJS. The electronic trio enlists fellow New Yorker and sexy crooner AYER on pumping single Don’t Leave. Hints of future house and G-house slither their way through the infectious club banger. It’s a song that has me wishing I could dance like Kiesza and tear up the dance floor like a boss. Don’t Leave is free for grabs on Soundcloud this week and this week only.

April 30, 2014

Some time last year, I first stumbled upon a Seven Lions remix. I knew right then and there that Jeff Montalvo would be part of a new wave of up and coming dubstep producers, riding the wake left behind by the impressive rise of Skrillex and the momentum of America’s sudden dubstep addiction, but also crafting their own singular paths and sounds out of it, allowing the natural evolution of music to take place. Indeed, Skrillex has ventured forth into new sonic territory, while producers like Seven Lions have focused on a new brand of more subtle, less glaring and grating dubstep. A few months ago, I attended a Skrillex show on his Take Over tour to San Francisco. The one I attended, partly by design and partly due to venue choice, happened to be the show where Seven Lions opened. He threw down a fantastic set and easily could have been the headliner. The Santa Barbara producer released his brand new EP Worlds Apart this week, and all five tracks on the EP are stunning. Likely the most popular right now is Don’t Leave, a melodic track featuring red hot British pop star Ellie Goulding with always on point vocals. However, none of the other tracks are to be waved away or overlooked. Blissed out second track Worlds Apart features Kerli. The cathartic tune reminds me greatly of Zedd’s Clarity, featuring Foxes, but it’s undeniably, obviously a dubstep tune. Head over to Seven Lion’s Soundcloud to check out the rest of the EP, and prepare to hear his name a WHOLE lot more.