In the wake of the acclaimed original release, Chuckie and Junxterjack’s ‘Make Some Noise’ receives a hard-hitting slew of remixes from across the dance music spectrum.
While Laidback Luke’s dark and grinding sound leads to a positive leading remix from the unfathomable Dutch club icon, eclectic Italian producer Crookers joins the remix pack with a strong, screeching take. Dealing in a festival-friendly Dutch House sound, Deorro offers a bleep-happy yet unpretentious take on the Chuckie and Junxterjack original, leaving room for a trap take from Glowinthedark & Wax Motif and Mastiksoul to mix things up with a drum-heavy remix.
Since transitioning from his Ton!c alias earlier this year, this rising Californian producer has made affirmative noise with his festival-proof sound under the guise of Deorro. With Hardwell and Sidney Samson singing his praises, Deorro makes his return to Panda Funk Records to follow up his take on the handy work of Cratesz’ ‘Shotgun’ with a new remix of Duvoh and Tess Marie. Ditching the more forward-thinking approach of his last remix for a bleep-happy yet unpretentious sound, Deorro’s hard-hitting twist brings a fresh sense of adrenaline to the melodic ‘Come Over’.
Having transitioned from his Tonic alias earlier this year, the rising Californian producer now known as Deorro takes on the handy work of his stateside peer Cratesz’s latest Electro outing ‘Shotgun’ for Panda Funk Records. With his more recent label debut ‘Get Up’ for Sidney Samson’s RockTheHouze imprint asserting his mark on the European movement, the fast ascending American asset drops the bleeps for a futuristic take on the Electro House phenomenon.
Amid the season that has given rise to countless pounding floor-fillers, Deorro’s digitally scored canvas of grinding leads and mechanical beat work brings a fresh sense of adrenaline to Cratesz’s melodic original. Proving a staple in the recent sets of young Dutch heavyweight Hardwell, Deorro’s blatant hunger for festival proof Electro outings suggests this is one young contender to keep an eye upon.
Words by Dan Carter