EDM artist, Dannic, delivers an uplifting trance-house anthem in his remix of Arty, BT & Nadia Ali’s smash hit “Must Be the Love”. Ali is a prominent songstress on her own with sultry vocals that fit perfectly onto EDM tracks. BT is a world-renowned, music “designer” whose music has not only birthed genres but been featured in numerous films and scores. Arty is a rising Russian EDM producer and DJ who was worked with artists such as Markus Schulz, Above & Beyond, Gareth Emery, and Armin Van Buuren.
Nadia Ali is quite the popular songstress in the EDM world. Featured on many artists tracks and producing music of her own she is a sought after female vocalist. Ali first gained popularity in the dance group “iiO” which debuted their 2001 single “Rapture” which became an instant dance hit and 2002’s “At the End”. Ali eventually left the group to pursue a solo career in electronic music and has worked with a wide range of artists.
BT’s accomplishments are too many to count but one of his greater feats is holding the Guiness World Record for song with the most number of edits (vocally in this case) with over 6,000 audio edits in the track Somnambulist “Simply Being Loved”. The song was also featured in the popular Dance Dance Revolution music video game series.
Hit EDM artists, Zeds Dead and Dirtyphonics combine to create this dance, dubstep-infused track featuring Bright Lights. The result is a damn good tune that intertwines just the right amount of future house sounds and dubstep “womp-womp” to create a harmonious EDM cut, fit for DJs and dancefloors.
More house Jersey Club style music from Moving Castle’s mixtape “Vol. 3” comes Vices’ “Wanna Luv U”. An anonymous Soundcloud member commented, saying the track is “[on] another level of club music.” They were probably on to something as this club track with strong future house/EDM feels, is downright groovy.Cleverly “stuttered” vocals accentuate the floor-filling baseline and go great with the dance room energy inherent throughout the song.
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After quite a long period of inactivity Trippy Turtle posted a remix of O.T. Genasis’ Coco about a week…err no I’m sorry, about a month ago (damn Bobby Schmurda!). This remix puts a nice Jersey House club sound to the song that would fit right into a house music lounge.
Popular EDM artist ViLLAGE remixes Sia’s hit song Chandelier adding his own layer of smooth beats and sultry vocals for a chilled out version of the pop hit by Sia. Both ViLLAGE and Sia have had a good year for themselves in 2014 becoming ever more popular and as artists to continue to watch through 2015.