While the original “Fool For Life” was a soft, emotive vocal track off #musicislife, Dash Berlin has revamped the tranquil trance original with a “4 AM Remix.” Preserving the arcing melody and yearning vocals of the original, the true difference surmounts on the track’s ramping build up and gated, distorted electro drop. Dash Berlin says of the track, “This is what I call the ‘4 AM’ sound, whenever I take the more experimental route with a track. At 4 at night people are ready for crazy stuff like this; that is where that comes from.” The heavier “4 AM” remix of “Fool For Life” is set to be released on February 28th on Aropa Records.
You May Also Like
- Popeska rose from the shadows earlier this month when he broke his two year hiatus by penning a [...]
- Independence Day weekend is always an excuse for revelry, but this year there is a new [...]
- For the third year in a row, Zeds Dead have returned to the decks of Diplo & Friends. After [...]
- Writer, director and producer of the web-series 'That's My DJ' and founder of Toronto's Home [...]
Minimal Effort finds maximal space in new downtown Los Angeles location.
French techno savant Louisa Pillot’s rise to power through Brodinski’s Bromance label is a testament to her formidability. To be perhaps the standout act on a thematically male-driven label is to be a force with which to be reckoned. Even Pillot’s stage name – Louisahhh!!! – heralds her
May 2016 will go down as the venerated month that unearthed such reputable albums as Flume’s Skin, James Blake’s The Colour In Anything, and Boys Noize’s Mayday.
The best of the best from Australia’s trend-setting scene are all in attendance with superstars What So Not, Thomas Jack, Anna Lunoe, Cut Snake and more providing the soundtrack to one festival you will never forget.
Carl Cox weighs in on his final year at Space Ibiza
The San Francisco Entertainment Commission recently approved a permit filed by The Armory to begin hosting shows in its 4,000-person drill court.