The big room electro house sound has become the staple of the Blasterjaxx since their emergence into the world of electronic dance music this past year. With support from the likes of Hardwell, Tiesto, and many others, the sky is the limit for the #71 ranked DJs in the world.
The Blasterjaxx’s hit single “Mystica” has been tearing up the charts since its release at the beginning of the New Year. Well with track having such success, the dutch duo have released a vocal mix which has been titled “Mystica (Werewolf)”. The vocals which are a nice add on definitely enhance the track and add new dimension onto an already flawless hit.
The track was released yesterday on Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings and can purchased exclusively on Beatport. Definitely check this track out below and let us know what you think! Do you like the original or the vocal mix better?
Not sure if many of you guys are aware of Borgore and Deorro’s Beatport back to back set, published on November 15th, 2013. They dropped a bunch of their unreleased tracks (at that date). As time gets closer to an official preview for this track, we figured we’d give you guys a heads up as per what’s ahead of us.
Borgore transitions into this track about 29:40 minutes into the set. This is a collaboration with Sikdope that’s been kept in his pocket for too long. We’ve anxiously been waiting for news on this one.
It’s heavy due it’s hard-style bass thrown in with a funky dutch synths over it. It will be 2014’s early festival killer, especially in “basspod” tents.
The hour of back-to-back music between Borgore and Deorro is 110% worth listening to. Like mentioned before, they drop tons of new music- a bunch that have yet to even be officially previewed. It’s most likely to be released on Buygore Records. Date and official preview TBA. Hope you guys like it!
Ryan Landis is as diverse as you can get when it comes to producers now-a-days. Coming fresh off of a remix with Robby Rivera of “Young Folks”, this American has a lot of potential. We love our home-bred producers here in the United States and take pride in them; Landis is one of the up comers with a lot of hope. He’s gained support from his huge collab with Corporate Slackers, “Smash” by Laidback Luke, MAKJ, Hardwell, etc.
“Dive” is an original track by Hot Mouth vs Nezzo feat Hope on the vocal aspect. Landis gives the track a bouncy feel by sticking to some of the original’s synths and chords. The electro synths are short and quick; so it fills the air with tons of energy. It will explode any atmosphere like a bottled up rocket. Bump this loudly and enjoy the bouncy electro-ness. Check out the other remix as well; it’s a crazy hard electro banger. They’re both out on Armada Music, available on Beatport so grab a copy today.