Following his debut on the label with ‘Jumbo’ as part of the Galantis outfit, Swedish genre-bender Carli Löf returns to A-Trak’s Fool’s Gold Records for his first solo release on the label in the form of ‘Look Up’.
Jumping between vintage synth work, sinewy female vocals and grind-heavy drops, ‘Look Up’ continues Carli’s onslaught of unpretentious peak-time gems with a track that veers between futuristic and the more traditional sounds of synth-led House music.
Out today on Beatport.
The eagerly anticipated remix package of Swedish House Mafia’s Save The World has officially landed. The hit single has conquered the industry with its simple but stirring elements. As the original has scampered away, reaching pole position on iTunes’ global charts in numerous countries and areas, the remixes have been nothing but sought-after. Exclusively previewed by us, ourselves, Style Of Eye and Carli headlines this explicit parcel with an uplifting, electro-fused beat, emerged from a brilliantly made build-up. Premiered in Pete Tong’s Essential Selection, the unearthed talent Alesso sets his distinguished sound in swing yet again, following the positive vibes from his highly established Nillionaire / Dynamite EP to take on the three superstar’s latest making as the two up and comers of Third Party, they too unearthed by one of three mafiosos, has received steady playlistings and support from Tiësto among others for their contender. And last but not least, two sixths of Pendulum break new ground with the production project Knife Party, delivering a feel-good pinch of dubstep, astoundingly catchy to be honest. The first package of remixes is now available on EMI Music and a remix from AN21 and Max Vangeli is yet to come among others.
Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin – Save The World (Third Party Remix)
Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin – Save The World (Knife Party Remix)
Still riding on the remnants of 2009’s peerless Leave The World Behind, the trio propelled themselves through 2010 with the devastating force of the vigorous One and their Fall contender Miami 2 Ibiza alongside Tinie Tempah. They have branded themselves as an uplifting, energetic and influential group of superstars and entered 2011 as nothing but. As premiered by Steve Angello in Australia during March of this year, Save The World came into the light of day as the eagerly anticipated 3rd single from the three members of Swedish House Mafia jointed. Graced with the sensitive voice of fairly unkown Swedish singer John Martin, the single busted iTunes’ and many other digital stores’ global charts within the hour on May 13th. Still being on an ascent, a remix package was announced just days afterwards. In front of two million listeners, the world heard Pete Tong giving hugely talented Alesso’s remix a world exclusive spin in his weekly Essential Selection on BBC Radio 1. It’s now time to shed light on the next challenger for the upcoming remix package. Hailing from Sweden capital, Style of Eye and Carli – a couple of producers known for their distinguished sounds and with releases on Refune and Universal under their belt – are now firing across their remix to EMI headquarters for the eagerly awaited release of the remixes on June 10th in Europe/Australia and the 14th worldwide. Whilst maintaining the stripped piano lead of the original, the two Swedes deliver an offering, crammed with immensely catchy tones and sounds, enhancing the tripod’s original to a full-on, feel-good club peak-timer. We, on Beat My Day, are very pleased to be able to give you an exclusive pre-listening of the remix in co-operation with EMI Music. Make sure you don’t miss out on this one!
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After having successfully dropped the stunning original, Rebecca & Fiona are now presenting the impressive remix package of Bullets, headlined by a massive remix from Adrian Lux and Nause! Although that one is going to kill it over in Miami in just a couple of days, the package is also including a bunch of other cool remixes from Carli, Sangria and a deep version by Per Hammar. It’s available now on Universal Music’s subdivision Pope Records, definitely worthy a check!