Archive for September, 2011
Since I haven’t updated in about 9 days, I assume that everyone probably has the original/extended version of this track so I’m not posting it. If you do not, let me know and I’ll upload it with the next update. In the meantime, HotDog remix — FYI – He does a lot of mainstream pop remixes.
Tommy is the rage now? Maybe, not in my book yet. The End is was awesome so automatically I like this track A LOT just because it’s the same spaghetti, just mashed up differently. Bottom line it tastes good. His remixes haven’t had a huge impact on me just yet though. Probably because I have a slightly different taste in House.
Alright.. you heard what I had to say above about the original tracks that Tommy makes. Now, this has come to bother me in a way because I’ve noticed how some blogs, IN MY OPINION, severely over-hype this remix. I can’t say I do not love the buildup, but the drop is not anything spectacular to me. I also want to point out that I don’t think it sucks, but a lot of people over-hype about it. So… You tell me how YOU feel about this and also let me know your favorite remix of Alive while at it. Feedback please!
Ron Carroll is from the USA. I’m assuming this is a European release. The reason I think that is because of the way he developed his text/vocal. It doesn’t really work that way in U.S. clubs, but US is full of Europeans as well. Go figure. Here are 2 remixes.
Ron Carroll – Tear Up The Dancefloor (Fred Pellichero & Laurent Pepper Remix)
Ron Carroll – Tear Up The Dancefloor (Jay Wainwright Extended Mix)
Hard Rock Sofa put a pretty crazy spin on this track. You have the original, you have the Hardwell remix, now you can also add this one, however, I think this type of remix is a little heavy for this track.
Some commercial stuff for the variety. Nothing too crazy here, but the original track is so slow, you can’t even play it on a hiphop night.. ok not really, but still =]
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike became known in the states pretty fast and are known by the EDM community. Now, I wish they came out with some bangers for the US. Seems like they are focusing on big set beats right now. What are your thoughts on this?
One of my favorite non-commercial tracks right now. This is some good late night House.