Accumulating a dignified arsenal of club-worthy moment makers across his vast studio legacy, Ryan Raddon has proven himself an all-American triumph. Now synonymous with emotional Progressive House anthems and finely tuned vocal spots, 2011’s ‘Fire and Ice’ marked the fierce producer’s most thorough collection of gems to date. On the other side of the world, Melbourne newcomers Aden Forte and Josh Soon have been making similar swells of positivity for their respective scene off the back of their Axtone debut alongside Ivan Gough ‘In My Mind’, setting aside any feats that the Aussie scene was starting to lull against the force of their European peers.
In a tip to the popular highlight of ‘Fire and Ice’, Feenixpawl don their tactful studio etiquette to further prove the strong grasp now associated with this rising duo. Embracing the resonance of the originals melodic keys alongside Skylar Grey’s divine vocal stylings, the summit of this worthy remodel comes with a forceful blast of diverse energy that separates this promising Aussie stronghold from the crowd with the utmost success. Despite the cult following now boasted by Kaskade’s global legacy, this unoffensive remix is sure to prove as satisfying to the ears of long-time aficionados and newly inaugurated fans of his landmark full-length offering.
Adding to a host of remixes for the likes of David Guetta, Lady Gaga, Avicii and Erick Morillo among others, a fierce take on the recently voted “America’s Best DJ” and Skylar Grey is certainly no mediocre start of the new year. With vocals from the arguably most intriguing songstress of electronic music to date alongside a well-oiled instrumental from the dexterous hands of Kaskade at his mercy, the rapidly ascending Gregori Klosman gives the original of ‘Room For Happiness’ a dash of joyful break-down chords and an enthralling electro-house progression to further validate Klosman’s firm grasp on melodic club-bangers.
Words by Dan Carter