Quintino’s big room productions have only gotten bigger since bursting on the scene with “The One And Only,” and that hot streak continues with his remix of Spencer and Hill’s latest single. His spin on “Surrender” features a new vibe that digresses from the Afrojack-influenced sound that we’ve last heard on “Circuits,” as it exhibits lighter and more melodic chords that conform to the original’s vocal. The result scratches the surface of mainstream EDM and is arguably one of Quintino’s easiest listens. While unknown if we will ever see an official release of this remix or not, Quintino provides us with a full-length preview for the time being.
You May Also Like
- Moby has always been associated with experimentation. Whether populating airwaves with ambient, [...]
- Commandeur's first single "Wasted" plants him firmly on the map as a forward-thinking project [...]
- Australia's chief EDM export, Flume, joins the Essential Mix family for 2 hours of cutting edge [...]
- It's always a mystery what will come out of our headphones when Young Bombs release a new [...]
Porter Robinson releases ‘Worlds Remixed.’
Following up an Ikea hack on building a cheap DJ booth, it turns out parts from the furniture megastore can also be used to craft modular synth case.
Three years ago Ultra Europe was little more than proof of concept, a viability test for the growing Croatian tourism industry and Ultra’s worldwide ambitions.
Instagram unveils its first-ever music handle, @music.
Ring ring, it’s Jay Z.
Meet the best known virtual band that’s about to reunite.