Posts Tagged ‘Martin Garrix’

April 2, 2017

I know I’ve dropped an inordinate amount of remixes of this track on to you in the past week or so, but the fine edits keep rolling on in, and there’s no way we’re going to let this next one pass you by. Also off the new Vol. 2 remix package for Scared To Be Lonely is this edit by Toronto producer LOUD LUXURY, who gives Dua Lipa and Martin Garrix’s crossover hit a vivacious deep house remix that will have you leaping around your room in no time. Dua Lipa leads us through a tidal wave of crisp thumping beats and crystalline flourishes. LOUD LUXURY has crafted a slick and harmonious club edit to lift us up. The remix package it’s off of is out now on iTunes. Alternate stream via Soundcloud available below.

March 30, 2017

Mighty fine remixes of Martin Garrix’s Dua Lipa featuring crossover hit Scared To Be Lonely continue to crop up these days, with the latest can’t miss edit arriving by way of prolific Australian producer Joe Mason. The young rising talent has been making some formidable waves with his remixes this year, and he continues to rake in new fans with this choppy brisk, earthy organic indie dance hued edit. Joe Mason layers on his own instrumental texture onto Scared To Be Lonely, giving it a snug cozy allure with additional drumwork and guitar lines. Even if you were “scared to be lonely”, Joe Mason’s remix would comfort your worried soul and alleviate your unease. Grab or stream the track at major outlets, here. You can also stream the remix via Soundcloud below.

March 26, 2017

Dutch producer Martin Garrix’s stringy sweeping Scared To Be Lonely, his collaborative track with London pop sensation Dua Lipa, is one of this year’s biggest crossover electronic anthems. I was just watching its video again the other day when I noticed the clip had racked up close to a hundred million views! For a twilight beauty of a Scared To Be Lonely remix, we turn to Texas’ medasin. The producer’s swanky luxuriant edit is breathtakingly beautiful. In fact it could very well be the most gorgeous future bass remix of the year yet. Lavish nostalgia and opulent feels abound on this enriching listen. You can also stream medasin’s remix via Soundcloud below.

December 15, 2016

For our final course of the evening, we leave room for the best kind of dessert, a well put together mashup by LA’s gifted production talent, Kap Slap. Heathen Thieves Love Lamborghini’s is three minutes fifty two seconds of creative brilliance. Kap Slap seamlessly blends some of the year’s biggest hits from artists like Twenty One Pilots, Martin Garrix, Rick Ross, Bebe Rexha, Grandtheft, Skrillex, Troyboi, Ookay, JayKode, and Party Thieves for a dirty trap-tacular end of year soiree. Bump this one loud as we count down the final days of 2016. The whomping mashup can be downloaded, here.

November 15, 2016

As long time fans and supporters of Dutch production duo The Him, we’re incredibly elated to find out that they’d been tapped for an official remix for Martin Garrix. The pair have taken on Bebe Rexha featuring smash hit In The Name Of Love for the remix. In The Name Of Love goes extra exuberant and boundlessly buoyant under The Him’s guidance. This banging progressive house remix rockets our spirits towards the stratosphere with its ebullient energy, leaving me with a nearly irresistible urge to tear up my office with some serious dance moves.

October 29, 2016

Los Angeles alt pop trio The Federal Empire has quickly risen to be one of the most exciting emerging indie bands of the moment. They just released a stellar debut EP today named The American Dream, and though I’m itching to wax poetic over that gem of a record, you’ll have to wait till later this weekend to hear me babble about it. For now, we’re diving into their collaboration with celebrated Dutch producer Martin Garrix, Hold On & Believe. The song is a heartfelt dance anthem, one which The Federal Empire themselves told me they feel is an important song for everyone struggling. It’s indeed a lifting and inspiring song, one with grand builds and majestic progressions. A proverbial sun rises in my mind and bathes everything with golden optimism as my spirit rises to Martin Garrix’s feel good progressive house. The Federal Empires’ earthy endearing vocals emit a warm glow as they accompany us like old friends through this magnanimous journey. Hold On & Believe is out now on iTunes.

August 1, 2016

Fans of Dutch producer Martin Garrix and Bebe Rexha have been long awaiting the arrival of their collaboration since its appearance at Ultra earlier this year. In The Name Of Love has finally arrived, giving the poor souls, like me, who didn’t get to attend Ultra a much exhilarating taste of the track. In The Name Of Love is a soaring anthem that oscillates between straight rousing pop and future bass magnificence. Bebe Rexha’s voice has never been more powerfully captivating as she belts out In The Name Of Love’s lyrics like a golden voiced goddess. Martin Garrix has given us one of the most sweeping intense electronic anthems of the summer. In the Name Of Loev is out now on iTunes.

June 18, 2016

May start posting these ongoing “MOOSIQ MOSAICs” direct on IHM for those who haven’t had time to catch up on daily features and want to stream some rad new tunes via a handy Soundcloud playlist. Been doing this for awhile now, but likely many are still not aware (particularly if you don’t follow IHM on Twitter or Facebook). This one’s sonic gold, so many sizzling hot jams featured earlier this week on June 15th! Only songs that are streaming in full on Soundcloud are included in these playlists, snippets and previews are excluded. 

June 16, 2016

“Oops” is certainly not a word I’d normally expect to encounter as a song title. The exclamation usually represents mistake, doubt, and regret. Yet, there’s no way Martin Garrix’s Oops came about by error, and there’s nothing to regret once you’ve plunged yourself deep into the Dutch producer’s bubbly chromatic song, which is the theme for E3′s  “YouTube Live at E3″ program this year. Though I haven’t been a “gamer” in years, I was once addicted to the very video games that also inspire Martin Garrix and so many other prolific modern producers these days. I suppose I can relate to the adventurous wonder and fantasy worlds so creatively and vividly portrayed in the rich synths, lush beats, and vibrant arpeggios found in Oops’ brushstrokes. Oops is a free download, here.

January 19, 2015

If you’re a sucker for melodic, uplifting house music, you must check out this new remix by Las Vegas producers JackEL and Fame. They take super collaboration song Gold Skies, by Martin Garrix, DVBBS, and Sander van Doorn, and they create a helluva radiant banger. It’s a summery burst of warm energy.