Posts Tagged ‘Justin Bieber’

October 23, 2017

We’re quite the BloodPop® fan, having fallen in love with the producer and musician’s bright and colorful music when he called himself Blood Diamonds. We’ll never tire of his work with Grimes, but he’s also worked wit hthe likes of Lady Gaga and Madonna in the past. We were pretty excited when he turned up with a collaboration with Justin Bieber named Friends, and now we’re even more enamored with friends due to this new version of the synth propulsive single that came to light last Friday. On additional vocals is pop sensation Julia Michaels, a seasoned and gifted songwriter to the stars herself whose been one of the biggest breakout artist this year. This absolutely rapturous new remix of Friends is available, here.

October 20, 2017

“I can take you places you ain’t never been before,” sings the Biebs on his unforgettable hit single Boyfriend. It seems a rather appropriate line for a new track from Jerry Folk, the Norwegian beatmaster and songcrafter who always takes us to places we’ve never been with his spiffy tunes. He’s given Boyfriend a spicy flickering, steamy jabbing future beats re-work with tender swooning, guitar strumming moments and face melting trap drops. It’s a total re-imagination of the song, and it’s brilliant. Download his Boyfriend flip for free, here.

December 22, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 12.20.2016 – 12.21.2016

Featured music – December 20-21, 2016

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December 21, 2016

Dj Snake’s earth shaking, Justin Bieber featuring smash hit Let Me Love You has been the subject of much remixing as of late by production heavy weights all around, but it’s another big leaguer, Zedd, who offers up one of the most intriguing takes to date. The producer drops an ear perking, eye widening remix that alternates between swanky smooth, snazzy elegant flourishes and sudsy playful, video game quirky dubstep mania. And it all ends with an angelic chorale outburst that lifts us skywards to the heavens.

July 29, 2016

Oh, hey! It’s another remix of Cold Water featuring additional layers of sound! There’s obviously a trend with the Major Lazer hit going on. Except in this case, we get to hear the Bieber and MØ featuring tune from a future bass angle, thanks to 16 year old Floridian producer Jupe. Most of what we’ve heard up till now were chill tropical edits. Jupe’s lustrous chopping remix, which features Giant Spirit on sultry simmering guitar, is a shot straight for my future bass and chill trap loving heart. The producer has designed a cool summery remix whose scintillating effervescence leave the whole of my being tingling in ecstasy. Download Jupe’s Cold Water remix, here.

July 27, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 07.25.2016

Featured music – July 25th, 2016

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July 26, 2016

Truth be told, I’ve been waiting for a remix of sure to be gargantuan new Major Lazer hit Cold Water since the track surfaced late last week. The song’s obviously going to be one of the biggest anthems of summer and fall, and its sheer power has only been amplified by the two guest vocalists on the song, Bieber and long time IHM darling, Danish pop star . German producer Koni offers up the first new revision of Cold Water to grace IHM, except this isn’t just any ol’ remix. This is practically a complete remake, a cover that involves Lea Beiley and Nick de la Hoyde on vocals as well as J. Roosevelt and EZY Lima on co-production. Cold Water takes on a lightness in this chill house rework. This cold water is warm and gooey, weightless and wistful, summery and breezy. A laid back rap verse adds to the mellow charm of this fabulously unique experience. Koni’s creative version of Cold Water is a free download, here.

June 19, 2016

In the days between the first time I encountered this jaw dropping Justin Bieber interpretation and now, when I’ve finally found a block of time to share the incredible track with you, What Do You Mean Its 1985 seems to have gone viral. It’s been shared countless times on my own personal social feeds. If you’ve ever wondered what it might sound like if Bieber were a super star in the 80′s rather than now, you’ll find the answer in What Do You Mean Its 1985. Canadian composer and arranger Tronicbox completely transforms Bieber’s “What Do You Mean?” into a neon lit romancer, complete with swooning saxophone,  smoldering guitar, and soupy warm synths. 

June 8, 2016

ELJAY is a 20 year old musician and producer from, where else, but music prolific London. He likes to fuse the “heartfelt harmonies of R&B” with “the newer experimental electronic genres” within the music he forges. ELJAY forges his way right into my heart with No Pressure, his interpretation of Pia Mia’s smash single Justin Bieber. This shimmering slicing, wavey oscillating dose of future bass and trap is the exact type of cinematic majestic electronica I love. I’m suddenly more in love with Justin Bieber (the SONG, not the man) than I’ve ever been before. ELJAY’s No Pressure can be downloaded, here.

April 11, 2016

For all the mighty fine Justin Bieber bootlegs that make their way around the internet and often get taken down, it’s refreshing to get to share an official remix of the Biebs, one by none other than IHM favorites The Knocks, too! The NY duo, fresh off the release of glorious, jam filled debut album 55, take Justin’s new single Company for on a plump and juicy tropical disco excursion. The luscious remix accompanied The Knocks’ announcement that they will be supporting Justin Bieber on his Purpose World Tour in Ottaway (May 13th) and Quebec (May 41th).