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In anticipation for his newly premiered collaboration with Wynter Gordon, entitled ‘Follow You‘, and his collaborative effort with Eddie Thoneick to be released, Deniz Koyu gives us his new remix of Junkie XL’s ‘Off The Dancefloor’, featuring vocals from Isis Salam. Back on remix duty after the recent take on Fedde Le Grand’s ‘So Much Love‘, Koyu continues to extend his versatile style with another creative production. Launching into a set of heavily distorted leads and the somewhat captivating voice of the Toronto-based songstress just before a more synth-oriented lead kicks in, accompanied by the German’s uniquely tailored kicks, this remix indicates that we are yet to see all the aces up Koyu’s sleeve.

Junkie XL ft. Isis Salam – Off The Dancefloor (Deniz Koyu Remix) [Nettwerk Music] – Beatport Link

Junkie XL feat. Isis Salam – Off The Dancefloor (Deniz Koyu Remix)

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In anticipation for his newly premiered collaboration with Wynter Gordon, entitled ‘Follow You’, and his collaborative effort with Eddie Thoneick to be released, Deniz Koyu gives us a taste of his new remix of Junkie XL’s ‘Off The Dancefloor’, featuring vocals from Isis Salam. Back on remix duty after the recent take on Fedde Le Grand’s ‘So Much Love’, Koyu continues to extend his versatile style with another creative production. Launching into a set of heavily distorted leads and the somewhat captivating voice of the Toronto-based songstress just before a more synth-oriented lead kicks in, accompanied by the German’s uniquely tailored kicks, this remix indicates that we are yet to see all the aces up Koyu’s sleeve.

The Deniz Koyu remix of ‘Off The Dancefloor’ will be released on March 14th via Nettwerk Music.

Junkie XL – Off The Dancefloor (Deniz Koyu Remix)

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As his remix on Flash in late 2010 is still getting frequent support from the likes of Swedish House Mafia, Tiësto, Laidback Luke and Avicii to name a few, Nicky Romero is not only the ever so ascending Dutchman behind skillful anthems like Bootcamp, Keyword and the forthcoming Freaky release alongside Fedde Le Grand but also well on his way of becoming an essential asset to the House industry with his fluctating but hardhitting club sound. Bursting out from Holland’s club scene thanks to Sebastian Ingrosso picking up the previously named remix to floor the global club scene, Romero has made himself known and recognized to the world with a vibrant and astonishingly high-end outlet, including remixes of Where Them Girls At and Dynamite among others. The Hollander has grabbed ahold of Junkie XL’s newest record – Molly’s E – to demolish the original utmostly with bumpy drums and a rising siren loop. This remix is now out on Nettwerk Music and is surely vital to keep tight if you want to rock a floor thorougly.

Junkie XL – Molly’s E (Nicky Romero Remix) [Nettwerk Music] – Beatport Link

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