Chuckie and Junxterjack’s “Make Some Noise” was one of our favorite Dutch house releases this month. Now, Philadelphia’s Victor Niglio has transformed the catchy dutch house anthem into a superb moombahton production. While the first two drops are essentially the original’s slowed down to 110 BPM, the final build up drastically picks up the tempo, paving the way for a tremendous trap drop. Download the tempo-bending remix for free below.
You May Also Like
- Dillon Francis is just commencing his immense summer schedule, which sees him performing at [...]
- Dillon Francis has a knack for collaborating with rising new artists just before they reach the [...]
- DJ and producer El Dusty has long been credited a pioneer of the electro-cumbia movement, which [...]
- Midtempo techno prodigy REZZ is back with another one of her special "revisions," this time [...]
A couple weeks back, Cashmere Cat and The Weeknd shared images of a joint studio session, foreshadowing an official collaboration in the works. Now it looks as though we have received a teaser of the impending work. Earlier today, Cashmere
In a follow-up interview for his documentary, Steve Aoki discusses his plans for immortality by cryogenically freezing his body once he dies.
Electronic music fans have long dreamt of an official collaboration between Porter Robinson and Madeon, and now it’s happening, and on a much larger scale than anyone could have expected.
Skrillex and Rick Ross’ long-awaited, feverishly-anticipated Suicide Squad accompaniment “Purple Lamborghini” is finally here, and the superstar producer/rapper combo pull out all the stops for their marquee collaboration. Ross’s infamous Miami trap lyrics flow over a tenacious Skrillex beat, coming together as one
Justice’s newest composition “Safe and Sound” is officially here.