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Taken from the Morgan Page’s latest studio album, ‘In The Air’, the emotive piano stylings of ‘Carry Me’ with Nadia Ali get the remix treatment courtesy of European fast-risers Nilson & The 8th Note and Dyro.

Starting the remix pack off nicely, Nilson and The 8th Note utilize Ali’s distinct vocals with euphoric moments and lush melodic play. In a considerably heavier manner, Dyro’s remix brings back the Dutch producer’s grind-heavy signature sound that helped establish himself as a household name in the scene a while back.

Out now on Beatport.

Straying away from the characteristically euphoric sound now synonymous with the young Russian genre-bender, Arty marks his return to considerably heavier-set grounds, combining forces with Libya-born Nadia Ali and BT for ‘Must Be The Love’.

Led by an undeniably enchanting top line, Artem Stolyarov and BT flex their instrumental muscles to match the penetrating voice of Ali with emotive energy throughout. While the mixture of soothing chords and Ali’s voice fit the Armada Music brand of blatant club fuel with little hesitation, it is the drop’s churning sound that drives ‘Must Be The Love’ into a league of its own.

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Straying away from the typically euphoric sound now synonymous with the young Russian genre-bender, Arty marks his return to considerably heavier-set grounds, combining forces with ‘Must Be The Love’ alongside Libya-born Nadia Ali and BT.

Led by an undeniably enchanting top line, Artem Stolyarov and BT flex their instrumental muscles to match the penetrating voice of Ali with emotive energy throughout. While the mixture of soothing chords and Ali’s voice fit the Armada Music brand of blatant club fuel with little hesitation, it is the drop’s infectiously churning sound that drives ‘Must Be The Love’ into a league of its own.

‘Must Be The Love’ will be released September 17 via Armind (Armada Music).

Unlike previous efforts, the newest remix from Cazzette, the Swedish duo made up by Alexander Björklund and Sebastian Furrer, showcases a more progressive side of things in comparison to their signature fusion of electro-house and dubstep we have come to learn over the past half a year. Following a lurching remix of Sweet Dreams, the recent unveiling of a certain Cazzette bootleg on Levels, the 2011 anthem from Avicii, and with their first single, named Killmode, on the rise, the production proficiency and strictness of the two Swede’s have come to flaunt unremittingly lately. Now taking on Spencer & Hill and Nadia Ali’s somewhat recent release of Believe It, which has been urging for a solid remix to venture the stodgy original, Cazzette show their capability of mastering the sounds of and build-ups of more than one genre. Merging a captivating synth progression and intermittent wobbles, the instrumentals fit spot-on alongside the unprecedented vocals from Libyan singer and songwriter Nadia Ali in the creation of the remix cryptically called ‘Androids Sound Hot’. Also featuring the popular technique of using chopped up vocal parts as an essentialness in the build-up and the end of every other bar of the drop, the Swedish pair instal themselves on Afrojack’s Wall Recordings effective immidiately with this hotly tipped debut.

Spencer & Hill & Nadia Ali – Believe It (Cazzette’s ‘Androids Sound Hot’ Remix) [Wall Recordings] – Beatport Link

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Although it may by now be near to impossible to outshine the tremendous Alesso remixPressure gets a solid remix treatment from one of the finest talent clubland currently has to offer – Tim Mason. Making his debut as a DJ and producer of Steve Angello’s Size Records with The Moment in April, the ascension of this young Brighton resident has made some serious impact on progressive-house music lately. Bringing out an extensive bundle of hit remixes on I Can’t Help MyselfSolid GroundWhere Them Girls AtAfter and Open Your Eyes as well as having one on Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Otherside still in the wait for official release through Warner Music’s dance department, One More Tune, this year, the looming advancement of Mason continues as he makes a go at one of 2011’s most renowned tracks in the view of the aforementioned take from Alesso – Nadia AliAlex Kenji and Starkillers‘ Pressure.

Adding his sweepy and synth-tinged lead and a momentous array of baselines onto of the trenchant vocals from Libya’s well-reputed Nadia Ali, Mason is out with a new offering through Strictly Rhythm as his follow-up to ‘The Moment’, entitled Anima, is yet to come out on Size Records. His towering trademark crescendo and discreet yet crucial underlayers along with the voice of Ali, which gracefully glides upon the progression capable to cause any body shiver, come together in a way where every piece of the puzzle complements each other in unison.

Nadia Ali, Alex Kenji & Starkillers – Pressure (Tim Mason Remix) [Strictly Rhythm] – iTunes Link
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Although it may by now be near to impossible to outshine the tremendous Alesso remix, Pressure gets a solid remix treatment from one of the finest talent clubland currently has to offer – Tim Mason. Making his debut as a DJ and producer of Steve Angello’s Size Records with The Moment in April, the ascension of this young Brighton resident has made some serious impact on progressive-house music lately. Bringing out an extensive bundle of hit remixes on I Can’t Help MyselfSolid GroundWhere Them Girls At, After and Open Your Eyes as well as having one on Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Otherside still in the wait for official release through Warner Music’s dance department, One More Tune, this year, the looming advancement of Mason continues as he makes a go at one of 2011’s most renowned tracks in the view of the aforementioned take from Alesso – Nadia Ali, Alex Kenji and Starkillers‘ Pressure.

Set for release on November 21st via Strictly Rhythm is this new progressive anthem. Basing his sweepy and synth-tinged lead and a momentous array of bass lines on top of the surpassing vocals from Libya’s well-reputed Nadia Ali, Mason sets a new offering on the horizon as his follow-up to ‘The Moment’, entitled Anima, is yet to come.

RIP from Thomas Gold’s latest mix at Club FG Radio

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Tristan Garner’s advancement lately has been nothing, if not superlative. With the relic of his radical remix of Rapture from late 2010 still doing the rounds as the Parisian entered 2011, it has been an essential piece in paving the way for remix requests for Avicii among others and a constantly increasing fan base that has been playing a major role in the acclamation of his latest single alongside Gregori Klosman called Bounce. The prime icon Armin Van Buuren’s collaboration with the established vocalist Nadia Ali called Feels So Good has been a validated icebreaker since the original release in late 2010. A second package is now being fired away from the influential Armada Music headquarters, headlined by the Frenchman and his characteristic drum lines.

Armin Van Buuren feat. Nadia Ali – Feels So Good (Tristan Garner Remix) [Armada Music] – Beatport Link

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The unequal vocalist from Libya, Nadia Ali has countless hit singles under her belt, including numerous world class collaborations alongside Armin Van Buuren among others. She’s now laying her sensitive voice at the disposal of Swedish DJ and producer Alex Sayz to grace his new single named Free To Go. As a representative of Armada’s Zouk Recordings department, the package is now available worldwide along with remixes from the two Swedes Alex Lamb and Andy Harding.

Alex Sayz feat. Nadia Ali – Free To Go (Incl. Remixes) [Zouk Recordings] – Beatport Link

Alex Sayz feat. Nadia Ali – Free To Go
Alex Sayz feat. Nadia Ali – Free To Go (Alex Lamb Remix)
Alex Sayz feat. Nadia Ali – Free To Go (Andy Harding Remix)

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The unequal vocalist from Libya, Nadia Ali has countless hit singles under her belt, including numerous world class collaborations alongside Armin Van Buuren among others. She’s now laying her sensitive voice at the disposal of Swedish DJ and producer Alex Sayz to grace his new single named Free To Go. As a representative of Armada’s Zouk Recordings department, it’s set for release on May 23rd along with remixes from Alex Lamb and Andy Harding, have a listen!

Alex Sayz feat. Nadia Ali – Free To Go
Alex Sayz feat. Nadia Ali – Free To Go (Alex Lamb Remix)
Alex Sayz feat. Nadia Ali – Free To Go (Andy Harding Remix)

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With his highly-acclaimed EP on Sebastian Ingrosso’s renowned Refune under his belt and yet another one in full swing, Alesso’s future is surely looking bright as he’s firing away the long-awaited remix for Spinnin Records, at last. As premiered by himself in his opening act at Munchenbryggeriet a couple of weeks back, this remix Pressure is destined to head down a successful path. Made originally in a collaboration between Alex Kenji, Starkillers and Nadia Ali, the remix is yet another great example of the immense brilliance of the young DJ and producer, which I’m certain he’ll be serving the crowd on the grand opening of Swedish House Mafia’s weekly Masquerade Motel show at Pacha in Ibiza up with.

Alex Kenji, Starkillers & Nadia Ali – Pressure (Alesso Remix) [Spinnin Records] – Beatport Link

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