Let’s stop the confusion right here, right now. Jack Back is not a new upcoming artist, the name represents the new team formed by Nicky Romero and David Guetta, that’s all. Their release of “Wild One Two” received the highest praise one could receive in the world of EDM — our beloved “Anthem Status” badge. The remix package has just been released today and features the likes of Jaywalker, NO_ID, and Disfunktion. Read the details and give each one a listen after the jump.
Jack Back feat. David Guetta, Nicky Romero & Sia – Wild One Two (Disfunktion Remix)
Disfunktion has been coming out with some progressive gems recently, they’ve put together a “Melo” bootleg that was quite impressive in January and have been releasing previews of what they have in store over the next few months. The main difference between this remix and the original mix is the playful, uplifting progressive ‘drop.’ The word drop was put in quotations because it’s really more of a melody than anything. You can’t dislike the remix, but the original still has the extra oompf that we have come to love.
Jack Back feat. David Guetta, Nicky Romero & Sia – Wild One Two (Jaywalker Remix)
High pitched synths, a slow build up, and more than a few ‘hands in the air’ moments makes the Jaywalker remix one to listen to on repeat. However, can the original mix be beaten? We’ve got one last chance below…
Jack Back feat. David Guetta, Nicky Romero & Sia – Wild One Two (NO_ID Remix)
NO_ID has experienced a meteoric rise in the recent weeks. That’s what happens when everyone backs one of your tracks up. Just in case you have been living under a rock lately, the song we are referring to is “How R U Feeling Right Now.” It was literally played by everyone. NO_ID’s “Wild Ones Two” remix sounds eerily similar to the single we were just raving about, the exceptional part about the remix is how well they used the vocals from the original.
The Dancing Astronaut Feeling: We’ve listened to everything here. We can safely say we are ‘happy’ with the offerings presented to us. For the sake of “keeping it real,” the original mix still takes the cake.