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Set to appear on the upcoming volume three of Tiësto’s Club Life compilation series, Baggi Begovic joins forces with Tab for the release of ‘Compromise’ through Musical Freedom Records. Proving a far gentler canvas than that of his remix duties for Rita Ora earlier this year, ‘Compromise’ emerges as an infectious mark of vocally charged progressive play for the summer season. Sweeping an uplifting array of synths alongside Tab’s catchy topline, Begovic’s melodic substance make for a solid release from the Dutch producer under the watchful gaze of the globe’s definitive dance icon.

Out today on Beatport.

First unveiled in the second episode of their Smash The House video series, Belgian brothers Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike unite with Miami’s GTA and homeland duo Wolfpack for ‘Turn It Up’.

Catering for the bigger sound systems that the global festival overhaul has made so readily available to artists new and old of late, ‘Turn It Up’ looks to continue Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike’s on-going onslaught of minimalistic peak-time tracks.

Out on April 9th through Tiësto’s Musical Freedom.

A sought-after staple in their sets over the past several months, famed Dutch remixers R3hab and Quintino unite to release their first collaborative effort in the form of an official remix of ‘Chasing Summers’ by Tiësto.

Chugging and churning with low-end riffage and mechanical beats throughout, R3hab and Quintino’s remix maintains the minimalistic, bass-heavy nature of the original while further proving that persuasive club fuel need not bow to the more obvious hallmarks that the global Dance explosion has consistently mustered.

Out today on Beatport.

Close to a year after the successful original release, Tiësto and Swanky Tunes’ ‘Make Some Noise’ receives a fresh coat of paint from Holland’s Dyro and Russian up-and-comer Skidka, formerly Igor Impulse. Much like the original version, the remix package is consistently crisp and deals in a coarse yet melodic injection of peak time.

While Dyro’s remix showcases his signature cataclysmic sound scope, Skidka ascends from melodic break-downs to embrace the realms of grinding Electro House with a strong low-end twist. Both utilizing Ben McInerney’s vocal line, this collection of European remixers extends the shelf life of one of the more dignified Musical Freedom releases of 2012.

Out today on Beatport.


Now scaling the states with his pitch-pervading arsenal of hard-hitting gems, Sidney Samson returns with ‘Torrent’ alongside Spinnin’ Records-endorsed homeland contender Martin Garrix.

In a less bleep-happy manner than that of latest solo release ‘Get Low’, ‘Torrent’ sees Samson match his grinding backdrop and piercing lead play with the melodic guise of Garrix to shine a proud light for festival-friendly dance music done right.

Out now on Beatport

Wall Recordings warrior turned renowned Dutch remixer and formative Electro House stomper R3hab returns to Tiësto’s Musical Freedom to aid homeland peer ZROQ’s inauguration to the label with ‘Skydrop’.

As slick as it is heavy, this mechanically robust escapade of adrenaline driven Electro House marks one of the producers’ most inventive productions of late. From the track’s high-end riffage to it’s explosive peak of heavyset chord work, ‘Skydrop’ is no peak timer for the faint hearted, but a full-throttle charge of the grinding club qualities that continue to give weight to R3hab’s glowing presence on the global festival circuit and digital market alike.

Out today on Beatport.

Wall Recordings warrior turned renowned Dutch remixer and formative Electro House stomper R3hab returns to Tiësto’s Musical Freedom to aid homeland peer ZROQ’s inauguration to the label with ‘Skydrop’.

As slick as it is heavy, this mechanically robust escapade of adrenaline driven Electro House marks one of the producers’ most inventive productions of late. From the tracks high-end riffage to its explosive peak of heavyset chord work, ‘Skydrop’ is no peak timer for the faint hearted, but a full-throttle charge of the grinding club qualities that continue to give weight to R3hab’s glowing presence on the global festival circuit and digital market alike.

Out December 17th.

Taken from his charitable ”DANCE (RED), SAVE LIVES” compilation, Tiësto partners with non-profit organisation (RED) to put a very 21st century twist on U2’s ‘Pride (In The Name Of Love)’ for the sake of fighting AIDS.

While the general consensus goes that this 1984 classic is best left untouched, Tiësto’s latest work sees him lay down as respectful a remix as possible under the controversial circumstances. With proceeds for the record sales going to the Global Fund, Tijs Verwets provides a melodic remix of a true U2 classic in hopes of raising awareness over the elimination and transmission of HIV from mothers to their babies by 2015.

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Though their recent turn for the ‘Housier’ side of affairs may have stirred a slight sense of disdain among the more pure bred Showtek fans, their second release on Tiësto’s Musical Freedom Records sees the Dutch duo continue to digress from their hardstyle sound with ‘Cannonball’ alongside Amsterdam producer Justin Prime.

Flipping from bright synths to overpowered low-end riffage and standalone lead play, ‘Cannonball’ goes in the same vein as Showtek’s previous collaborations with Tiësto and Hardwell and mirrors the festival-friendly sound we have come to associate with Musical Freedom’s output over the past year.

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Though their recent turn for the ‘Housier’ side of affairs may have stirred a slight sense of disdain among the more pure bred Showtek fans, their upcoming second release on Tiësto’s Musical Freedom Records sees the Dutch duo continue to digress from their hardstyle sound with ‘Cannonball’ alongside Amsterdam producer Justin Prime.

Flipping from bright synths to overpowered low-end riffage and standalone lead play, ‘Cannonball’ goes in the same vein as Showtek’s previous collaborations with Tiësto and Hardwell and mirrors the festival-friendly sound we have come to associate with Musical Freedom’s output over the past year.

Out October 29th.

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