Well Tritonians, it’s here. The “Bullet That Saved Me” remix collection has been released. The full remix package includes an elephantine remix from Ken Loi, a heavy rave remix from Sebjak, a thunderous progressive remix from Ilan Bluestone, and Tritonal’s own highly anticipated Festival Mix of the track. Sebjak takes the track in a darker direction, giving the original some seriously fun bounce. Likewise, Ken Loi activates his chainsaws and infuses a classic dose of punchy electro. Available today, Tritonal’s “Bullet That Saved Me” remix collection has something for everyone, and is one not to be missed by Tritonians and Earthlings alike.
Tritonians and other inhabitants of Earth rejoice, because the “Bullet That Saved Me” remixes are upon thee. To be released via Beatport on April 29th, the remix package will contain four fresh takes on Tritonal’s lead single from their Metamorphic I EP. In addition to their own “Festival Mix,” Tritonal sought out Sebjak, Ken Loi, and Ilan Bluestone to deliver their interpretations of the track. The result? A formidable remix package of immense proportions.
Well, folks, Dancing Astronaut has come a long way and we have you to thank. In celebration of reaching 40,000 Facebook fans, we’ve compiled a massive bootleg pack featuring exclusives from some of our favorite artists – all free, all yours. With the introduction of Space FoodVol. 1, we aimed to provide a healthy zero gravity diet agreeable to any cosmonaut’s palate. From the impeccable progressive fusions of 3LAU, Ken Loi, and Sultan & Ned Shepard to boisterous electro blends from Paris & Simo and Dannic, there’s no shortage of sustenance. GTA, Morten Breum, Vicetone, and Viceroy also toss their hats in the ring for a genuinely diverse selection of mashups, bootlegs, and remixes. Go on, squelch your appetite, and download the entire compilation for free. Thanks for the continued support and sharing our love for dance music! Download and tracklist after the break.
It seems a lot of DJs are in the giving spirit this Christmas. Sazoon Booya already gave us a free download of their “Birthday Song” remix and Ken Loi is doing the same with not one but two tracks — “Runaways” and “Room for Happiness.” Both songs are melodic, uplifting, easily digestible progressive fare. Claim your free downloads below and upload them quickly for some additional Christmas road trip tunage. Click past the break to check out his remix of “Room for Happiness.”
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!
San Francisco based producer, Ken Loi takes hold of Christina Aguilera’s “Your Body” turning the track from a slow building melody to a house- fueled club-ready production. Since the release of his Play MeEP in February, Loi has climbed his way up the American production ladder dubbing 2012 his breakout year. With help from Tiesto, Loi has released tracks under the likes of Dim Mak, Break Beats and Atlantic Records, proving his take on progressive electro house is here to stay.
His latest creation the “You Body” remix released via RCA Records, adds a pulsating beat before Aguilera’s powerful vocals come in. Loi effortlessly upgrades the poppy track into a snyth heavy dutch-house production, click below to listen.
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We never expected Usher tracks to become the norm in the dance remix world, but alas this is the case. His most recent tracks — “Climax,” “Numb,” and “Euphoria” — were all produced by dance artists and subsequently remixed in the same fashion. Now Ken Loi is throwing his hat in the proverbial Usher ring with a remix of his radio hit “Scream.” Loi takes the track from a saccharine sweet pop track to one fit for the dance floor by inserting a bass heavy, synth laden drop and various other dance elements. He’s also giving the track away for free as part of a series he’s dubbed “Free Music Friday,” so gear up for some more free tracks.
Pop stars, rock stars, actors, and heiresses aren’t the only celebrities teaming up with brands to promote their products, DJ’s are doing it too. After catching wind of Afrojack’s mayonnaise commercial we got to thinking about the variety of these advertisements floating around and decided to compile them in one place. The collaborations range from fitting to amusing while some are downright strange — nonetheless they’re all indicative of EDM’s explosive growth and influence across the globe. Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments. (more…)
Ken Loi is reemerging strong after dropping hisPlay Me EP, releasing his next single on Tiesto’s Musical Freedom imprint. Loi has crafted an undeniable banger with “All It Takes,” lead by its progression and the euphoric vocal from Zashanell, he has certainly replicated the big room aura from previous Musical Freedom hits. The major effort projects Ken Loi into the production limelight along with few others that have received the Tiesto stamp of approval. “All It Takes” is available now on Beatport for those seeking refreshing sounds on a big music Monday.