Dirty Dutch kingpin Sidney Samson and Stealth-Records owner Roger Sanchez teamed up on their latest track, “Flashing Lights,” which was released with a remix package yesterday. After touring together in 2010 and sharing a residency at Space Ibiza, to us it’s a shock that it took so look for these two to collaborate. Regardless, “Flashing Lights” is worth the wait. Featuring a throbbing bassline and bouncy synth that leads into a bass-heavy drop, this track is perfect for either laying back at home with your headphones on or blasting through the speakers of a crowded club. The release is accompanied by a remix package that includes versions from Roger Sanchez, Sidney Samson, Kid Massive, and Stafford Brothers. Give the original a listen and check past the break to hear the remixes.
Sidney Samson Remix
Sidney turns the track into a dirty Dutch bomb by substituting the drop with a onslaught of bleeps. Listener beware, if you aren’t a fan of Sidney’s past productions, this one will be no different – skip it. If you dig Sidney and his barrage of bleeps, crank this one up.
Roger Sanchez vs Yvan & Dan Daniel Remix
Roger Sanchez goes against Swiss producers Yvan & Dan Daniel to give the original a more electronic sound, complete with vocal samples including one from the man himself.
Stafford Brothers Remix
Aussie producers Matt and Chris Stafford give the song a solid progressive makeover, adding a drum-heavy baseline a dance influenced drop a little after the 4 minute mark.
Kid Massive Remix
Kid Massive switches up the synth progression to create a huge big-room-inspired sound.