As Arty’s “Together We Are” continues to dominate charts and setlists, a few new versions are available for the airwaves this week. Out on Big Beat is a remix package of the progressive house tune that features reworks from Audien, The M Machine and CLMD.
Fellow progressive trance producer Audien tones down the piano but maintains the overall flow of the track, highlighting Chris James’ vocals but taking the track slightly more big room. The M Machine keeps the vocal but cut just about everything else, leaving drum-laced builds and an inverted melody complete with dubby breakdowns in the original’s place. Norway’s CLMD rounded out the offerings with an even more euphoric effort, full of cascading tones and a stripped-down synth melody. With each remix giving something new to love, “Together We Are” is most assuredly not getting out of your head anytime soon.
The dust has hardly settled on Arty’s latest release, “Together We Are,” but its remixes have already begun buzzing. First comes a bulky rendition from blazing-hot dub-trio, The M Machine, who has recently dropped the second installment of their Metropolis EP and a remix for Bruno Mars’s “Locked Out Of Heaven.” The alluring vocal from Chris James isn’t going anywhere, but Arty’s elegant composition becomes chopped, distorted and flipped on its head for this unique remix.
Head to Beatport to purchase the original and anticipate the remix package to be released on March 18th via Big Beat.
It seems Arty has fallen in love with the sultry vocals of Deadmau5’ “The Veldt,” for he’s scooped up singer Chris James for his latest offering, “Together We Are.” The powerful vocal flows effortlessly over Arty’s signature bliss, reminiscent of previous releases “When I See You” and “Kate.” The young Russian earned an ample amount of respect from both trance and progressive worlds, proven by the support that his newest effort has garnered since its premiere last month. Armin van Buuren, Pete Tong, Above & Beyond and Tiesto, to name a few, have featured the track on their respective radio shows, an early indicator that this will become one of 2013’s most memorable tunes.
Over the past year, Arty has gained power through his uplifting progressive house and trance productions. The Russian producer has given fans subtle style with production substance, unleashing the sprawling “When I See You” and “Must Be The Love” in 2012. Now ready to carry his production chops into 2013, Arty has unveiled is latest piece of work, “Together We Are,” featuring vocals from Chris James. Listeners first heard James on Deadmau5‘s “The Veldt,” and his smooth vocals easily transfer onto “Together We Are.”
Arty’s blissfully enhanced tune will be released on February 18 via Big Beat Records, but click below the break for sneak peak.
It’s Sunday, and that means another episode of Arty‘s radio show, Together We Are, has hit the internet. This week, Arty steps aside for the young Australian producer, Walden, to grace the decks and deliver a mix that differs from the average set. Walden includes many of his big tracks like “Warmonger” and “Brightness,” along with some songs that you may not recognize, like “Our Metal Heartbeats.” As always, you can download the episode below, and view the tracklist after the break. If you are looking for more Walden, he delivered a killer set for this weeks episode of Dancing Astronuat’s Axis.
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Once again, Arty is back with another weekly episode of Together We Are, and this time he’s going old school. After finding a case of old CDs, Arty decided to make an episode full of classics from when he first started DJing and he plans on continuing this trend every couple of months if his fans like it. Included in the mix are classics like Prydz’s “In & Out,” a remix of Benassi’s “Come Fly Away,” and more, creating a very peaceful mix. We love when artists use their radio shows to experiment and with a mix like this, Arty has us at the edge of our seats.
Today’s Good Morning Mix is last week’s episode of Arty‘s radio show on SiriusXM, Together We Are. Arty starts things off with the Shogun Remix of “Must Be The Love,” and continues to bounce back and forth between a wide spectrum of genres. He effortly switches from Skrillex & Nero’s remix of “Holdin On” by MONSTA, to Seven Lions, and Joris Voorn’s “Goodbye Fly.” It’s clear that Arty believes there should be no barriers between genres and as always delivers a flawless mix. Arty will also be performing this Thursday night at LAVO NYC – Purchase tickets here.
Jump past the break for full track list.
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It is that time of the week again when those of us who don’t have satellite radio get a chance to listen to Together We Are. This week, Tristan Garner takes over the mix and gives us an hour of expertly blended music. He starts the mix off with a mashup of ” We Will Rock You,” “Punx,” and “Harder Better Faster Stronger,” then quickly progresses into tons of bootlegs and other heavy hitting tracks. Grab the entire mix below and checkout the tracklist after the break.
Recently ranked 28th on the DJ Mag top 100, Arty is back again this week with his radio show Together We Are. This week Arty changes things up by picking “Another Chance” by Roger Sanchez as an an “old but gold” and Icona Pop’s “I Love It (Style Of Eye Remix)” as the best track. It’s nice to see Arty changing things up as always. Download the episode below and view the tracklist after the break.
It’s that time of the week once again when Arty gives us an update with his Together We Are radio show on SiriusXM. This is a little different from the usual podcast because it is Arty’s set from the Ministry of Sound in London on October 6th, and features a more well-known track selection than some of his previous radio shows. You’ll instantly recognize tracks like “Reload” and Arty’s remix of “Spectrum,” but there are definitely some surprising bootlegs thrown in from Mat Zo and Thomas Gold. As always you can download the whole episode and find the tracklist below.