Posts Tagged ‘PAIGE’

January 18, 2018

An omnipresent misty effervescence and glowing ebullience pervades this new track from New York producer PAIGE. It’s rather fitting the track is named Everywhere, considering the encompassing exuberance it emits. NYC songstress Jojee lends her luminescent voice to the uplifting dance track, a buoyant and lavish melodic house and future house syntehsis out now on Armada Deep. You can stream Everywhere via Spotify, too, here.

May 7, 2015

While Lean On gives it a competitive run for the money, my all time favorite Major Lazer tune is still the Amber Coffman featuring Get Free. There’s just something so incredibly enchanting about the Dirty Projectors member’s magical, captivating voice, paired with Major Lazer’s restrained reggae fusion production on the track. New York’s PAIGE brings me back to the song with a remix that raises the tempo and energy level of the original ten fold, and I find that I really dig a Get Free that’s much more spirited, too. PAIGE’s Get Free is a blend of future house, deep house, and tech house. He holds nothing back on its hypnotically dark and filthy moments, which are glorious.

April 8, 2015

French duo Modjo’s classic hit Lady, goes not so classic house on a wicked makeover crafted by New York based producer Paige. It sure doesn’t feel like the original is from all the way back in 2000, as that catchy melody and sexiness is still so good years later, but I love this irresistible update by Paige. The jabbing, pulsing, pumping remix full of spirited energy is a gratifying blend of deep, tech, and future house, with plenty of bounce to keep you bounding towards the sky.

March 15, 2015

New Yorkers Paige and Chachi teamed up on a remix of 80′s Men At Work classic Land Down Under. As an 80′s baby, some of these old tunes really hit a soft spot in my heart. I haven’t listened to Land Down Under in ages, but I’m reminded of how much I love it, and other similar new wave Afrobeat laced songs of the 80′s (ie. Toto’s Africa). Paige and Chachi infuse the original with extra summery sound. It’s a buoyant house tune that stays true to the original’s irresistible melody while giving it extra bounce and a blissful tropical atmosphere.

January 19, 2015

I bet you didn’t expect to hear NSYNC hit Bye Bye Bye this weekend. This ain’t your usual popping boy band Bye Bye Bye… this is a sick remix by New York producer PAIGE. He updates the track into a bass heavy, incredibly catchy future house jam. It’s miles away from the original and as slick and modern as they come.