Keep Warm And Rave On

November 25, 2013

Article by Spike Wellz

 

This week we bring you new releases and remixes from a variety of EDM acts that will keep your house party warm or continue to blow out the club for the two cities still above 75 degrees.  So while Miami and LA still soak in the sun and 24/7 club scene; the rest of us will invite our friends over to KEEP WARM and RAVE ON.

 

Diplo - Revolution (feat. Faustix & Imanos and Kai) by Mad Decent

 

http://soundcloud.com/maddecent/diplo-revolution-feat-faustix

 

When amazing songwriting and trap music collide, you are greeted with “Revolution”.  Diplo and friends do it again on one of his newly released singles.

 

CLMD vs KISH feat. Fröder - The Stockholm Syndrome (CLMD Radio Version) by CLMD

 

http://soundcloud.com/clmdmusic/clmd-vs-kish-feat-fr-der-the

 

Carl Louis and Martin Danielle team up with the band Kish to produce a fresh and lofty progressive refrain featuring vocals from Fröder in “The Stockholm Syndrome”.  The lively chords and beginning beat similar to M83’s Midnight City and progressive build make this a great source of vitamin d for the shortened, dark days of winter ahead.  

 

Sandro Silva - Payback (Preview) by djsandrosilva

 

http://soundcloud.com/djsandrosilva/sandro-silva-payback-preview

 

We all know him from his huge smash hit “EPIC”.  Sandro Silva is back with another banger that is being released on Revealed Recordings on Nov. 11th, just in time to make waves upon the live circuit or at your house party. 

 

Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike & Sander van Doorn - Project T (Martin Garrix Remix) by Martin Garrix

 

http://soundcloud.com/martingarrix/dimitri-vegas-like-mike-1

 

The Belgium duo team up with SVD to produce one of the most anticipated and familiar records of the year.  The XX record “Intro” is sampled.  Secondly, it was the theme song for the Tomorrowland 2012 official aftermovie, so lastly hit play, close your eyes and enjoy this remix from 17 year old wunderkind Martin Garrix.

 

Apollo by Disclosure

 

http://soundcloud.com/disclosuremusic/apollo

 

One of the hottest names in electronic music at the moment are brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence, who make up Disclosure.  The dynamic duo channel their deep side, with “Apollo”.  Between the sweet vocals and the revolving synth bass line, this song is a definite for the more underground house scene as opposed to the fun and very catchy single When A Fire Starts to Burn.

 

Duke Dumont - Need U (100%) by Duke Dumont

 

http://soundcloud.com/dukedumont/duke-dumont-need-u-100-ft-a-m

 

The British producer returns to production with this house beat which features A*M*E’s soft feminine vocals.  It’s the perfect complement to help settle into the Fall grooves, as this is definitely a floor-friendly dance jam.