Posts Tagged ‘Spirix’

January 31, 2018

Spirix has given us countless sterling remixes in the past year, as well as an exceptional collaboration with Xuitcasecity named Runaway. The Los Angeles based producer is on rise, and we can’t help but feel more than a twinge of regret for having to miss his set at SnowGlobe over the holidays. Now, he’s returned with a fresh original named Little Doubts, featuring California chanteuse Aviella Winder on sugar coated vocals. Little Doubts is a thrilling ride, with cathartic drops and vibrant chords. It’s exhilarating and beautiful all at once, a chromatic future bass and chill trap anthem that shoots us to the heavens. Little Doubts can be downloaded, here.

January 18, 2018

Swedish project Lines (IIIII) gave us one heckuva tune in You, a wildly infectious, fluorescent pumping electronic track which you can re-visit in its original form, here. Just when we thought we couldn’t love the song anymore, Los Angeles based electronic act Spirix has given it an utterly ravishing, thoroughly moving future bass update via an epic remix. Spirix injects the track with a fresh dose of energy and regal swelling synths on the euphoric edit. The larger than life remix lifts our spirits sky high, even as we try to kick our feet sky high to its whomping beats and towering chops. Grab the remix for free, here.

September 8, 2017

I don’t know what it is about Spirix’s name, but I can’t help but picture a majestic, magnificent spire towering high in the sky whenever I encounter the Los Angeles producer’s name. Imposing and lofty indeed is his recent remix of Shaun Frank’s No Future, featuring DYSON. Its shuddering, swiveling future bass takes us higher than high, deep into the stratosphere. The cosmic remix is out on Ultra. Stream or download, here.

June 9, 2017

It was a jaw dropping affair when producer/multi-instrumentalist Gryffin teamed up with melodic bass connoisseur Illenium to deliver a bedazzling anthem featuring Pittsburgh pop starlet Daya earlier this year. Just when I thought Feel Good couldn’t feel anybetter, Los Angeles’ Spirix swoops on to the scene with an uplifting future bass remix. This panoramic re-work leaves me breathless with its aerial leaps and choppy radiance. Spirix says to message him on Facebook for an MP3 copy of the track, here.

March 28, 2017

Los Angeles’ Spirix united with Xuitcasecity on Runaway earlier this year, giving us a dulcet saccharine future bass anthem that has since spawned a bevy of ace remixes. Belgian producer LOWSELF offers up one of the most atmospheric rousing edits of the track yet with his chill flickering, melodic chopping remix. LOWSELF’s lavish sweeping edit is out on Spinnin Records, but you can download it for free, here.

January 30, 2017

If it’s a melodic pick me up that you need to close out the weekend and face a new Monday, Los Angeles producer Spirix is here to deliver the goods. He gives Vanic’s fine original Samurai, featuring Katy Tiz, an effulgent chopping future bass remix that will light up the rest of your day. This bright eyed remix paints everything with a warm glow. Suddenly, Sunday night doesn’t seem so sad. Suddenly, we have the energy to skip our way through a fresh new week, thanks to this chromatic bouncing edit. Download Spirix’s remix for free, here.

December 3, 2016

Last month, Los Angeles’ Lost Kings reminded us not to glue ourselves to our mobile devices and to stop and smell the roses with their phenomenally resplendent future bass opus, Phone Down, which features Emily Warren on vocals. Fellow SoCal artists Spirix and Sep partner up to give the track a bold thrumming remix filled with resonant percussion and deep elastic springs. It’s quite the tantalizing beaut, and a great way to transition into Friday night fun. Download for free, here.

November 10, 2016

It’s a worldly affair as Swedish duo EDWYNN X TIKAL team up with Los Angeles’ Spirix to remix Australian singer songwriter Starley’s pop single Call On Me. The trifecta of producers convert the track into a mellifluous intoxicating club floor anthem, one with smooth ravishing build ups and cushioned drops. Starley’s soulful voice is indeed a star on this uplifting melodic bass meets effusive house edit. There’s a honeyed assuring lilt to EDWYNN X TIKAL and Spirix’s remix that many of us desperately need after the devastating results of last night’s election. No matter what’s happened, we can still call on each other. We can lean on each other. Download the remix for free, here.

September 1, 2016

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August 31, 2016

Twilight rhapsodic melodic bass fills up our hearts with sublime feels as Los Angeles based producer Spirix presents us with his latest remix, a beautiful edit of Feenixpawl and APEK’s Quicksand which premiered on Spirix lifts us up into the cosmos with progressive building house before dropping us into a roiling world of stuttering bass and epic synths. This is the sort of heart rending electronica that evokes ILLENIUM and Dabin. The original track is out on various outlets, here.