Best of the Rest is a daily feature from Dancing Astronaut that recaps the most important posts of the day as well as the stuff we didn’t get to. With the rapidity that dance music news and releases come out it’s difficult for us to hit everything — we hope BOTR serves as a catch-all. Make sure to check it out at the end of each day to ensure you don’t miss anything!
Felix Da Housecat‘s “Burn The Disco,” has been a grade-A party starter as an original mix with vocals from Will.I.am, and has been taken to the next level with its remix package. The premier rendition comes from Fareoh, who injects a heavy fix of acid house to juxtapose the pop basis. First picking up the tempo and the pace of the bassline, Fareoh lets the catchy hook ride until the drop, where he plunges into dance floor contagion with splashes of 303-resemblant synth warps. Available on Beatport via Ultra Records, Fareoh’s remix of “Burn The Disco” is packaged with takes from David Heartbreak and Bro Safari.
Purchase: BeatportPosted by
Fareoh has been quiet lately after spending the summer touring with Kaskade, but he is back with a new remix after a brief hiatus.”Just One Last Time” was one of our favorite tracks off of David Guetta’s Nothing But the Beat 2.0 early last month, and Fareoh brings his airy big-room feel to the song in a way that feels like it draws inspiration from the man he was on tour with, Kaskade. The track is not radically different from the orignal but it does change up the drop with grinding synths that will make your head bob and some well-placed effects. Fareoh is a talented producer, but we’re still waiting for him to come up with bolder, more distinctive sounds. His free “Just One Last Time” remix is a step in the right direction, but we’re still waiting to see what else he can whip up.
Update: This remix is no longer available after a complaint from EMI. We’re told that the official remixes will be available soon.Posted by
Best of the Rest is a daily feature from Dancing Astronaut that recaps the most important posts of the day as well as the stuff we didn’t get to. With the rapidity that dance music news and releases come out it’s difficult for us to hit everything — we hope BOTR serves as a catch-all. Make sure to check it out at the end of each day to ensure you don’t miss anything! (more…)Posted by
We haven’t heard much from Fareoh since his appropriately-titled track “2012” rang in the new year, but the youngster just released an instrumental preview of his upcoming track called “Halo.” This one is in the vain of Fareoh’s previous releases, incorporating featuring melodic, big-room synths that give the track a danceable —albeit familiar — sound. There’s no word on an official release date, but stay tuned. In the meantime, be sure to check out Fareoh opening for Kaskade on this summer’s Freaks of Nature Tour.Posted by
Kaskade Freaks of Nature Tour adds Fareoh, Alvin Risk, Treasure Fingers, & Le Castle Vania to lineup (updated)
Hopefully you jumped on the presale opportunity for Kaskade’s upcoming “Freaks of Nature” US tour. If a stellar Ultra performance and talks of unprecedented stage production weren’t convincing enough, maybe the supporting acts will put you over the edge. One of EDM’s most up-and-coming producers, Fareoh, will join Kaskade on all stops of the tour. Additionally, dubstep producer Alvin Risk will join for 19 shows, and Treasure Fingers and Le Castle Vania will each make one-time appearances. Click below to purchase tickets and check after the break for the official tour video and list of dates.
Update: Kaskade has added nine new dates to the tour including July 27th at the Staples Center. This is will his first show in LA since 2010 and the first EDM act at the Staples Center. Other dates added are past the break.
Fareoh has been impressing us with his happy, upbeat releases (and free bootlegs), and he’s kicking off the New Year with more of his own melodic goodness. The appropriately-titled “2012 (Twenty Twelve)” feels like something perfect for a pool party, and has an Avicii sort of feel to it. There’s only an instrumental mix for now, but we’ve got a sneaking suspicion that’ll change. Got any ideas for good acapellas that could work in the meantime? Let us know in the comments, and grab the free download below.
Free Download: SoundCloud (Fareoh)Posted by
Fareoh has now offered up two free bootlegs in the last week. This time, Fareoh mashes Alesso’s banger “Raise Your Head” with Guetta’s classic club anthem “Love Is Gone.” While the track basically just layers Chris Willis’ vocals over Alesso’s instrumental, it’s still a good one to add to your finals playlist.
Raise Your Head When Love is Gone (Fareoh’s Fuck Finals Bootleg) (right click to download)
Via: Facebook (Fareoh)Posted by
After huge remixes of “We Found Love” and “Buy My Love,” DJ/Producer Fareoh is back again with this offering of a free bootleg. Rather than just piecing the build-up of one with the drop of the other, Fareoh masterfully mixes the two anthems together. The synth-laden drop of Michael Calfan’s “Resurrection” and the more subtle elements of Laidback Luke’s “Timebomb,” complete with vocals by Jonathan Mendelsohn, create a synergy between the two tracks. Can’t beat the price of $Free.99…
Resurrecting Timebombs (Fareoh Bootleg) (right click to download)
Via: Twitter (Fareoh)Posted by
DJ/Producer Fareoh, one of EDM’s rising young stars, has had a huge year. We’ve seen him burn clubs down and release huge remixes of “Flashback,” “Buy My Love,” and now Rihanna and Calvin Harris’s “We Found Love.” While Fareoh is a little late on this remix (R3hab and Chuckie already killed it), his version is well worth the wait. Even if you’re eating Thanksgiving by yourself tomorrow, the synths in this one will put a smile on your face.
Download: Facebook (Fareoh)
Via: Chubby BeaversPosted by