His rather dingy submissions to the progressive house music scene have helped him become a highly-valued contributor and the essential talent of Flamingo Recordings this year. And rightfully so; since the hugely supported Tung! and Hydra engaged clubland around mid-summer, the progression of the now Holland residing Deniz Koyu has been nothing lately, if not successful. Teaming up with the Swedish wunderkid, Johan Wedel, for the remix on James Blunt’s Dangerous which has been utmostly appealing to the grandest of DJ’s, David Guetta, Swedish House Mafia and Tiësto included. Ones that may not have paid recognition in the past are certain to have opened up their aural hollows for everything Deniz Koyu this year. As he returns from the wildly demanded Hertz, his stupendous take on the last single release from KaskadeTurn It Down, has finally released and reflects brilliantly upon Koyu’s unique style.

Borrowing the main chords of the original and the sing-along vocals from Rebecca & Fiona, the framing of the newest production out from Koyu is utterly qualitative and well-made as he adds his God-like build-up with cut-offs and grubby chords to merge into a mighty piece of club-banging qualities, also starring his slickly tailored kicks.

Based out of Atlanta, USA, electro Dj and producer Le Castle Vania, an alias of Dylan Eiland, is also joining in on the remix package for Kaskade and Rebecca & Fiona’s Turn It Down. Apart from the hard-lined style of his previous outputs, Eiland’s experimental touch contiues to flourish as turns the second lead single of Kaskade’s recent seventh artist album, ”Fire & Ice”, into a near to seven-minute long heart warmer. What at first appears to be a production very similar to Ryan Raddon’s original as it borrows quite significantly from the its rapid, soft chords and Rebecca & Fiona’s silky voices later emerges in its natural grace. Tweaking the regular sweepy sound that is becoming immensely popular these days with a grating feel for the creation of an experimental yet melodious and enchanting alteration to Turn It Down,

And last but surely not least, the fast-rising duo Nause offer their take on the big room accomodated original. Having donned their irresistable take on a club summer hit in the bone-thrilling remix on Bullets and their essential sing-along anthem of 2011, entitled Made Of, Jacob Criborn and Leonard Scheja team up for another record under their coadjudant moniker. Signally disparate from the original instrumentals by Raddon, Nause combine the rasping and aesthetic vocals from Rebecca & Fiona with rugged yet dance-friendly chords to precede an acid-influenced yet uplifting and bright drop. Also having built up a keen anticipation for their next single to drop, their remix to Kaskade rounds this package off nicely.

The remix package is out now via Ultra Records!

Kaskade with Rebecca & Fiona – Turn It Down (Deniz Koyu, Nause and Le Castle Vania Remixes) [Ultra Records] – iTunes Link
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Kaskade feat. Rebecca & Fiona – Turn It Down (Deniz Koyu Remix)
Kaskade feat. Rebecca & Fiona – Turn It Down (Le Castle Vania Remix)
Kaskade feat. Rebecca & Fiona – Turn It Down (Nause Remix)


6 Comments to “Release: Kaskade – Turn It Down (Deniz Koyu, Nause & Le Castle Vania Remixes)”

  • such a perfect remix package

  • Le Castle Vania, such a perfect remix!!

    Deniz Koyu, is good too, reminds me of the remix he and Johan Wedel did on James Blunts track Dangerous!

    Nause, is without hesitation the weakest one in the remix package, no power, too soft synthesis in the build-up, and the beat is just annoying.

  • @Sille do not conccur, your descriptions, but swapped lecastlevania with nause would be more correct! imo =)

  • Le Castle Vania’s remix was the only one that was good both Nause and Deniz Koyu’z were terrible.

  • Le Castle Vania´s remix is definitely my favorite, but I think Deniz Koyu´s remix will destroy festivals; the drop has amazing power. As far as Nause´s remix goes… meh.

  • I love the LCV remix, the Koyu remix is disappointing to me.

    I got flamed for saying the Nause remix was trash before, it sounds like it was produced by a 10 year old.

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