Coming off the conquest of the immense Thomas Gold remix on Judas earlier this year, the superstar that is Lady Gaga is making a serious effort in fortifying her name onto the house music scene further as she brings in remixers to create club suitable cuts out of the sixth single release, Marry The Night, off of her second artist album, ”Born This Way”.
Appointed the headliner spot in this remix package, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike are back from recent triumphs like REJ and Stomp to thoroughly disassemble the fairly new Lady Gaga single for a delightful remake. Being the most tender out of the them, the Belgian duo’s remix makes us wanna flash back on the times where they joined forces with none other than Axwell for the unprecedented remix to One Look as this also reflects upon the brothers’ smoother side of things. Fronted by a vibrant, sweeping sound progression and soft-lined piano tones atop a set of heavy kicks, the Belgians unveil an enchanting take on the progressive scene after some time spent to pursue their advance amongst electro-house heads.
Coming back from his current release spree that comprised remixing the likes of David Guetta, Rihanna, Calvin Harris, Tiësto, Katy Perry, Skylar Grey, Benny Benassi and more, R3hab remixes one of modern-day’s largest pop-stars. With a ferociously dark sound at front, R3hab continues to make his mark on the club music scene. Although it may not compare to the collaborative effort with Afrojack, Prutataaa, or his slick remix for Without You, his contribution to the pack is certain to cause more than a few hands to raise when touted in a club or on stage at a festival.
A tad reminiscent of the R3hab take, the aspiring Holland-based Quintino outs his submission. Gracing the vocals of the American songstress with a filtered, dark and club-ish sound and fierce and sudden transitions, the Dutchman with releases forthcoming on Musical Freedom and Wall returns to the halls of Interscope Records to follow up remixing the likes of Pitbull and LMFAO.
Fresh off the mysteriously enthralling Halloween single, Grunge, John Dahlback seems to be in full swing of emphasizing his darker sound nowadays as he, with some signature wobbles and playfully distorted sounds at his mercy, covers Lady Gaga’s Marry The Night with a dash of his distinguished and well-renowned sound and consequently follows up his most recent work for Interscope – the remix on Invisible.
Lady Gaga – Marry The Night (John Dahlback Remix)