Our 47th edition has landed with new remixes from Skrillex, NGHTMRE, Jauz, Louis The Child, Kayzo, Win and Woo, and more. Check out our favorite remixes of the week below and follow our Run The Remixes playlist on Spotify.
Kelsey Lu – Due West (Skrillex Remix) | Stream
Earlier this week, Skrillex surprised fans by announcing that he was dropping a new remix on Friday. Today, we’re finally receiving the track, in the form of an infectious remix of Kelsey Lu’s “Due West.” From the catchy vocal drops to masterful drums and mixdown, Sonny does what he does best and absolutely crushes this track. Skrillex has proved yet again how transcendent his production is across genres. – Max Chung
Lauv – Drugs & The Internet (CHVRCHES Remix) | Stream
Drugs & The Internet (CHVRCHES Remix) - SoundCloud (234 secs long, 2501 plays)Play in SoundCloud
Over the years, CHVRCHES have delivered a few remixes, including one of MS MR’s “Hurricane.” Though it’s been quite a while since their last remix, CHVRCHES have stepped up to remix Lauv‘s latest single “Drugs & The Internet.” Flawlessly inserting their glorious electropop into the track through sweeping synths and luxurious percussion, CHVRCHES have crafted a sultry flip that will immediately grab your attention.
Jauz has been teasing fans with his remix of SHAED‘s “Trampoline” for weeks and it’s finally arrived. The remix was first debuted last month at Coachella and ever since fans have been dying to get their hands on it. Flipping the popular electro-pop radio hit, Jauz has transformed “Trampoline” into an anthemic bass banger. Keeping the vocals intact, Jauz’s heavy remix bursts with gritty basslines and distorted wobbles that will leave listeners tingling. Get ready to hear Jauz’s “Trampoline” remix at every festival this summer.
NGHTMRE is back with new music, this time coming in the form of an official remix of Oliver Tree’s “Hurt.” The pair first premiered the remix during NGHTMRE’s insane Coachella performance and it is now finally available on streaming platforms. Taking the melodic route, the LA producer crafts a vibey, future bass-influenced flip as cinematic synths and thumping basslines weave throughout the track. NGHTMRE never fails to deliver a catchy remix. – Max Chung
Death Cab For Cutie – I Dreamt We Spoke Again (Louis The Child Remix) | Stream
Death Cab For Cutie is widely regarded as one of this generation’s greatest indie bands. That’s why remixing an emotional Death Cab song is no easy feat, but Louis The Child was up for the challenge. Louis The Child have injected their youthful energy into Death Cab’s “I Dreamt We Spoke Again” to create a dynamic yet haunting tune. Louis The Child allows Death Cab’s vocals to be the star of the song while giving the track a brand new cadence. Louis The Child’s official Death Cab remix is joyfully dark and destined to be your new favorite. – Nick Isasi
Kayzo has been stepping up his game lately by crafting electrifying rock-meets-electronic bangers. His most recent example enlisted All Time Low’s lead vocalist Alex Gaskarth for “Up In Flames.” One of his most anticipated releases of the year, however, is a remix of Yungblud and Halsey‘s “11 Minutes.” Originally debuted live at Coachella, Kayzo’s “11 Minutes” remix has finally arrived in all its glory. Grungy and anthemic, Kayzo’s heavy-handed bass is in full-throttle as wild dubstep synths fire off to surround Yungblud and Halsey’s duet. Kayzo has outdone himself with this one.
Hermitude – Every Day (feat. Hoodlem) [Slow Magic Remix] | Stream
After a brief hiatus, Slow Magic has been winning us over this year with his brilliant remixes of Manila Killa and PLS&TY. For his third official remix of the year, Slow Magic has flipped Hermitude‘s “Every Day” and coated the track with his signature atmospheric soundscape. Slow Magic envelopes the Hermitude track with his dreamy future bass synths and energetic percussion to give it the perfect touch.
Audien – Favorite Sound (Win and Woo Remix) | Stream
Win and Woo consistently deliver phenomenal remixes and their latest is no different. This time taking on Audien‘s “Favorite Sound,” the Chicago-bred duo flirt with elements of electro-pop and house to craft a bouncy, infectious remix. Filled with vibrant synths and deep basslines, Win and Woo’s “Favorite Sound” remix immediately springs to life with its energetic nature. This is one of Win and Woo’s finest remixes to date.
Following his recent collaboration with Yetep, recent Ultra Records signee MYRNE is back with a deliciously smooth remix of Manila Killa‘s “Skin.” A gorgeous soundscape that gently pulls the listener in, MYRNE’s remix shines brightly while honoring the mood behind the original. Get ready to fall underneath MYRNE’s spell after listening to his dreamy “Skin” remix. – Peach Gallagher
Dillon Francis & Alison Wonderland – Lost My Mind (ARMNHMR Remix) | Stream
ARMNHMR are known for their powerful future bass originals and remixes. Ahead of their debut at last weekend’s EDC Las Vegas, the California-based duo unleashed their official remix of Dillon Francis and Alison Wonderland‘s “Lost My Mind.” Anthemic and energetic, ARMNHMR amplify the track into a melodic combination of future bass and trap. Stream the full remix pack here.
Bass master LICK has been solidifying himself within the heavy industrial dance scene. His tracks typically feel like you’re watching a death match in a crime syndicate’s underground techno cave in the year 2130. Since it is Gemini season, it only seems fitting that he would want to show off the antithetical side of his skills by remixing the melodic wonder that is Kiiara‘s “Feels”. Full of swelling bass rumbles and chords, LICK moves arpeggiated leads across its landscape. There is nothing better than a multifaceted artist, and LICK has proved that he can hang with the best of them. – Andre Waguespack
LSD – No New Friends (Hibell Remix) | Stream
Following the release of their debut self-titled album, LSD has tapped Hibell as part of their “No New Friends” remix pack. The producer has crafted a sensational, fun-loving dance-pop remix that immediately bursts to life with its snappy percussion and bright synths. Hibell is definitely one to keep an eye on this year.
SLUMBERJACK - Hide And Seek (feat. Claire Ridgely) [WILDLYF Remix] - SoundCloud (195 secs long, 7966 plays)Play in SoundCloud
Rising trap producer WILDLYF has quickly become one of our favorite new acts. After kicking off the year with official remixes of Dillon Francis and Alison Wonderland’s “Lost My Mind” and QUIX and Vincent’s “Hero,” WILDLYF has now been drafted as part of SLUMBERJACK‘s SARAWAK remix pack. WILDLYF’s hard-hitting trap remix mixes gritty basslines and punching percussion to create a heavy festival banger. WILDLYF is on one hell of a hot streak this year.
Fall Out Boy – Church (nothing,nowhere. Remix) | Stream
Rising indie hip-hop producer nothing,nowhere has caught our eye with his luxurious remix of Fall Out Boy‘s “Church.” Trading in their pop-punk soundscape for classic hip-hop percussion and sultry indie electronic melodies, nothing,nowhere brings a whole new vibe to the Fall Out Boy original.
Thutmose – Blurry Nights (CRVE U & Dave Edwards Remix) | Free Download
Blurry Nights (CRVE U & Dave Edwards Remix) - SoundCloud (167 secs long, 45165 plays)Play in SoundCloud
CRVE U has consistently delivered phenomenal remixes of A$AP Rocky, DENM, and Lil Xan. The NYC-based producer has now teamed up with Dave Edwards to remix Thutmose‘s “Blurry Nights.” Adding a flirty, summery feel to the Thutmose original, CRVE U and Dave Edwards fill the track with whistling melodies and crisp percussion. CRVE U and Dave Edwards’ “Blurry Nights” remix is simply sensational.
Oriental Cravings have been making their mark with their fiery official remixes of Alison Wonderland and ARMNHMR. Now tapped as part of SLUMBERJACK‘s SARAWAK remix pack, Oriental Cravings have taken on “Closure.” Flipping the Ekali collaboration into a hard-hitting festival anthem, Oriental Cravings flood the track with heavy zippering basslines and crazed percussion. This is one of Oriental Cravings’ wildest remixes yet.
Hermitude - Every Day (Covex Remix) - SoundCloud (208 secs long, 6733 plays)Play in SoundCloud
Denver-based producer Covex has been making waves with his recent flips of London Grammar and Manila Killa. He’s now taken on Hermitude‘s “Every Day” and turned it into an future bass vibe. Melodic and otherworldly, Covex’s latest remix bursts to life with its shiny synth lines and intricate percussion. Covex is on a hot streak this year.
Halsey - Nightmare (Nurko & Miles Away Remix) - SoundCloud (238 secs long, 7595 plays)Play in SoundCloud
The first time Nurko and Miles Away linked up to remix Halsey‘s “Without Me,” they quickly garnered over millions of streams across SoundCloud and YouTube channels like Trap Nation and Proximity. The duo of producers have now teamed up once again to remix Halsey’s latest single “Nightmare.” Trading in the original’s pop-punk flare for soft piano chords and anthemic synths, Nurko and Miles Away have turned “Nightmare” into a downtempo future bass banger. Nurko and Miles Away have proved that when they team up, they can do no wrong.
The Chainsmokers – Kills You Slowly (Pilton Remix) | Stream
Rising producer Pilton has been making waves with his official remixes of Lost Kings and XYLØ. The dance-pop producer has now been enlisted by The Chainsmokers to remix “Kills You Slowly” as part of their new remix pack. The track bursts into a future bass anthem as sultry guitar lines and shiny synths combine to create a heavenly soundscape. Pilton is definitely one to keep an eye on.
Newcomer Serion has made our radar with his new remix of Lucy Daydream‘s “Red.” Atmospheric and emotional, Serion inserts snappy percussion and sultry synths around the dreamy vocals to create a wondrous electro pop soundscape. Serion is definitely one to keep tabs on this year.
Post Malone and Kanye West have been sitting on an unreleased collaboration for a minute now which – fortunately for us – just leaked on the internet. The star-studded collaboration (ironically) is titled “Fuck the Internet,” and showcases some impressive bars from both artists as they share their thoughts on the downsides the internet as a whole has had on the world. As you’ll hear below, much of Kanye’s verse is unfinished and still in the form of a reference track, but somehow that doesn’t take away from how catchy the record is. Check out the leak and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
When Zeds Dead first began their Deadbeats imprint, they had no idea of the impact it would have on the dance music community. The label has become one of the hottest trendsetters in trap and bass music and has gone on to host multiple stacked tours. 2019 marks Deadbeats’ third annual tour and it’s sure to be just as stellar as its predecessors. The brainchild of Zeds Dead has enlisted acts like REZZ, k?d, Ekali, G Jones, Drezo, WHIPPED CREAM, and LICK in previous years, so although the lineup is still unknown, fans can expect to see plenty of their favorite artists throughout this year’s tour. This year alone, Deadbeats has released projects by 1788-L, Rusko, DNMO, blanke, LICK, PEEKABOO, and SHADES, which could be indicative of potential lineup additions.
Deadbeats will be heading to a number of festivals this summer including Sunset Music Festival, Paradiso, Escapade, and Audiotistic, along with a two-night takeover of Colorado’s prestigious Red Rocks Amphitheatre. With more dates to be announced, Deadbeats’ third annual tour is gearing up to be their biggest yet. Stay tuned for more information regarding Deadbeats’ upcoming 2019 tour.
Today, Young Thug officially unveiled “The London,” a track featuring Travis Scott and J. Cole that he originally premiered during his Rolling Loud performance in Miami. Produced by T-Minus, the track discusses a particular hotel filled with beautiful women, luxurious amenities, and parties going all night long. J. Cole goes berzerk on the track talking about women sliding in his DMs, haters praying for his downfall and being an idol in the rap game. Meanwhile, Travis Scott and Young Thug arrive with their signature high-pitch vocals and catchy hooks. No official word of a new Young Thug album coming soon, however, there have been potential talks of collaborative projects between several big names and the Atlantic recording artist in the works. Stream “The London” below.
Young Thug – The London (feat. Travis Scott & J. Cole) | Stream
We all know that Diplo has quite the comedic side, especially when it comes to his social media. Today, Diplo posted a photo of him and Travis Scott on Instagram with a caption stating Scott had supposedly asked the producer about working on a new collaboration. In 2017, Diplo enlisted Travis Scott for Major Lazer’s “Know No Better,” so this wouldn’t be the first time the two linked on a track. This may very well be a joke but both Travis Scott and Diplo performed on the same night of Hangout Music Festival last weekend so there could also be some truth behind Diplo’s hilarious caption. Whether it’s real or not, a Diplo and Travis Scott collaboration is definitely something we all need in our lives. Check out Diplo’s Instagram post below and let us know what you think in the comments.
Ed Sheeran has been teasing his new track with Chance The Rapper and PnB Rock all week long and it’s finally arrived. “Cross Me” is an epic ode to Ed Sheeran and Chance’s respective queens. Quite different than what anyone could’ve expected from a collaboration between these three, the heavily hip-hop inspired tune is seriously catchy. As PnB Rock takes on the chorus, Ed Sheeran and Chance The Rapper weave their warm and melodic vocals around the energetic beat.
“Cross Me” is the second single off Ed Sheeran’s upcoming entirely collaborative album No.6 Collaborations Project, and follows “I Don’t Care” with Justin Bieber. No.6 Collaborations Project is expected to drop July 12th but until then, stream “Cross Me” below.
Ed Sheeran – Cross Me (feat. Chance The Rapper & PnB Rock) | Stream
What do you get when you cross an OG bass producer with one of the hottest vocalists in the game? A certified hit. Flux Pavilion has enlisted Nevve to create a pulsating love anthem titled “Lion’s Gate,” and it is magical from start to finish. Taking his signature saw elements and dialing back in subtle ways, Flux is able to create a soundscape that encapsulates the ballads of the 80s and the new future bass wave that has recently captured our hearts. Nevve is the bow tie that wraps this musical gift together. Be prepared to belt “Lion’s Gate” at a festival near you.
20-year-old producer/vocalist Xander first caught our ear last year with his debut album Sad Boy, a project that garnered over a million Spotify streams, eventually landing him support from music industry heavy-hitters Future Classic and Majestic Casual. Now, the rising Boston artist is back with more quality music in “24 hours,” the first of four singles his camp plans on releasing this summer. As you’ll hear below, the record boasts some impressive production chops – from the catchy melodies to clean mixdown Xander will have you vibing from start to finish.
If you’ve ever had the opportunity to catch Drezo live or even caught a glimpse of his EDC Las Vegas set, then you know that he has a gift for delivering heavy, jaw-dropping music that hits hard at shows. After recently teasing his upcoming Omens EP series earlier this week, Drezo has dOropped the first taste of what’s to come. The first single “Afterlife” is a distinctly glorious inferno of the dark and moody industrial club sounds that Drezo has built his project around. Bold and vibrant, “Afterlife” is the perfect introduction to the shadowy realm of sounds that Omens Vol. 1 will have in store for us. Get ready for a steady stream of originals and collaborations to come as Drezo prepares to unleash his EP series to the masses and listen to “Afterlife” below.