“Ladi Dadi” marks the second single to be released off of Aoki’s Wonderland. The remix package was released today with remixes from heavy hitters such as Angger Dimas, Autoerotique, and Tommy Trash. The one name that may be relatively new to everyone is Pixel Cheese, a young Polish producer who recently rose to fame due to a few unofficial remixes and bootlegs. Let’s dive into the details of the entire package after the jump.
Note: Is Ultra Records on fire or what? They are also releasing Adrian Lux’s new track “Fire.” Keep up the good work guys — see you at the end of March!
Steve Aoki ft. Wynter Gordon – Ladi Dadi (Tommy Trash Remix)
Tommy Trash is busy creating his own style of house music, which blends electro and progressive to create a unique bone rattling sound. The thing is, no matter what type of EDM your ears are partial to (electro, dubstep, progressive, tech) you will find something in Tommy’s sound that speaks to you. His remix of “Ladi Dadi” is filled with percussions, kicking synths, and a ton of power. Needless to say, (but we will say it anyway,) this is our favorite out of the package.
Steve Aoki ft. Wynter Gordon – Ladi Dadi (Tommy Trash Instrumental Mix)
Whether you like Wynter Gordon’s vocals or not — this is a must have.
Steve Aoki ft. Wynter Gordon – Ladi Dadi (Pixel Cheese Remix)
Pixel Cheese’s remix is the most progressive out of the entire package. Wynter Gordon’s vocals are really prominent throughout the entirety of the tune, but they are slightly chopped up in various segments. Do yourself a favor and fast forward to approximately 2:30, this is acid house at it’s finest. After listening to this rendition, we know that Pixel Cheese will be in the game for decades to come.
Steve Aoki ft. Wynter Gordon – Ladi Dadi (Angger Dimas Remix)
Skrillex or Angger Dimas? The mere fact that we are associating both names together, is the biggest compliment one can give to the craziest Indonesian we know. Angger beautifully combines the melody from “Ladi Dadi” and transitions it into sinister sounding dubstep. Think of this as the “villain” remix, who would have thought it felt this good to be the bad guy?
Steve Aoki ft. Wynter Gordon – Ladi Dadi (Autoerotique Remix)
Autoerotique straddles the line between dubstep and electro perfectly. Distortions, wobbles, and grunge fill this remix to the brim and keep you energized from start to finish. We were told that Autoerotique put on a good show in Palo Alto last Saturday and everyone was beyond thrilled. Check out their remix of “We’re All No One” and “Work Hard, Play Hard” if you can’t get enough of Autoerotique’s style.