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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.

Finland’s fast-rising Tomi Fallenius, professionally known as Tom Fall, makes his Nettwerk Music debut with remix duties for Morgan Page’s latest artist album. With Hardwell still singing his praises set-after-set, Fallenius follows up the acclaimed release of ‘iRok’ with a remix of Page’s surprisingly radio-friendly ‘Where Did You Go’ alongside Andy Caldwell and Jonathan Mendelsohn.

Influenced by the sturdy signature sound of Holland’s newfound remix maestro Dyro, Fall switches the uninspiring lucid instrumentals for uplifting synth play and melodic Electro to make for something of a promising nod to a future of potent transitional pieces for the musical stylings of Tom Fall.

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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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Having caught the attention of all major players in electronic dance music with his A-listed Lick The Rainbow record in April, Plasmapool’s most intriguing hitman strikes again by taking on the Grammy nominated Morgan Page’s latest single offering – In The Air, also starring Sultan, Ned Shepard, BT and an astounding vocal from Angela McCluskey. Whilst preserving the peerless harmony making up the original, Mord Fustang also adds his flawlessly experimental contrast of elements from dubstep, French house and progressive for the third remix on In The Air, following the ones from Hardwell and Hard Rock Sofa. With an unstoppable soar of the Estonian’s prestigious reputation, Fustang comes off his most recent single release, Magic Trooper, to throw around samples of the bone-thrilling vocal from McCluskey in his debut on Nettwerk Music!

Morgan Page, Sultan, Ned Shepard & BT feat. Angela McCluskey – In The Air (Mord Fustang Remix) [Nettwerk Music] – Beatport Link

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Having caught the attention of all major players in electronic dance music with his A-listed Lick The Rainbow record in April, Plasmapool’s most intriguing hitman strikes again by taking on the Grammy nominated Morgan Page’s latest single offering – In The Air, also starring Sultan, Ned Shepard, BT and an astounding vocal from Angela McCluskey. Whilst preserving the peerless harmony making up the original, Mord Fustang also adds his flawlessly experimental contrast of elements from dubstep, French house and progressive for the third remix on In The Air, following the ones from Hardwell and Hard Rock Sofa. With an unstoppable soar of the Estonian’s prestigious reputation, Fustang comes off his most recent single release, Magic Trooper, to throw around samples of the bone-thrilling vocal from McCluskey in his upcoming debut on Nettwerk Music on October 26th, have a listen!

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Boiling hot off the back from the revealing of their new single with Swanky Tunes, entitled Phantom, the trio, that chocked the complete industry to its fullest with the launch of Blow Up via Axtone in January, offers us their next output. Not only did the harmonic original of In The Air race up the charts, but the clubbier version from Hardwell has given plenty attention to the pronounced ancestry alongside its striking effort, done on Beatport’s general charting. Just as many assumed the track from Grammy-nominated Morgan PageNed ShepardSultanand BT was starting to fade away, In The Air ups the stakes as Hard Rock Sofa’s heavy rendition has come into light. Going on the heels of their recent single out from Spinnin Records, True Emotion, and the remixes on Don’t Cry and One Day At A Time, the discordantly catchy vocals from Angela McCluskey are playing a major role in the superb break that opens up for the raving drop, courtesy of the Russian production outfit. It’s out now via Nettwerk Music!

Morgan Page, Sultan, Ned Shepard & BT feat. Angela McCluskey – In The Air (Hard Rock Sofa Remix) [Nettwerk Music] – Beatport Link

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Boiling hot off the back from the revealing of their new single with Swanky Tunes, entitled Phantom, the trio, that chocked the complete industry to its fullest with the launch of Blow Up via Axtone in January, offers us a taster of their next output. Not only did the harmonic original of In The Air race up the charts, but the clubbier version from Hardwell has given plenty attention to the pronounced ancestry alongside its striking effort, done on Beatport’s general charting. Just as many assumed the track from Grammy-nominated Morgan Page, Ned Shepard, Sultan and BT was starting to fade away, In The Air ups the stakes as Hard Rock Sofa’s heavy rendition has come into light. Going on the heels of their recent single out from Spinnin Records, True Emotion, and the remixes on Don’t Cry and One Day At A Time, the discordantly catchy vocals from Angela McCluskey are playing a major role in the superb break that opens up for the raving drop, courtesy of the Russian production outfit. It’s due out on September 28th via Nettwerk Music, have a listen!

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His punchy piano sound has paved the way for such anthems as Zero 76 (with Tiësto), Encoded and The World this year and has been playing a major role in his notable strike lately. Having the remix of Louder on a strong march towards an official release, Hardwell is setting another divine remix in play. Remixing Grammy-nominated Morgan Page’s 2011 challenger, which was made alongside Toronto duo Sultan and Shepard with embellishing vocals from Los Angeles-based Angela McCluskey, the Dutch shooting-star is crossing off another landmark in his sublime career as a creative and exceling producer of distinguished synth offerings. Coming off the recognizable remixes of Nobody Loves Me and Ready 2 Go, Hardwell isreleasing his banging take on In The Air which claims his unequal talent and quality yet again as the new Beta collaboration with Nicky Romero just hit the radar. It’s out now via Nettwerk Music!

Morgan Page, Sultan, Ned Shepard & BT feat. Angela McCluskey  – In The Air (Hardwell Remix) [Nettwerk Music] – Beatport Link

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His punchy piano sound has paved the way for such anthems as Zero 76 (with Tiësto), Encoded and The World this year and has been playing a major role in his notable strike lately. Having the remix of Louder on a strong march towards an official release, Hardwell is setting another divine remix in play. Remixing Grammy-nominated Morgan Page’s 2011 challenger, which was made alongside Toronto duo Sultan and Shepard with embellishing vocals from Los Angeles-based Angela McCluskey, the Dutch shooting-star is crossing off another landmark in his sublime career as a creative and exceling producer of distinguished synth offerings. Coming off the recognizable remixes of Nobody Loves Me and Ready 2 Go, Hardwell is giving us a taste of his banging take on In The Air which claims his unequal talent and quality yet again. It’s set for release on September 14th via Nettwerk Music, have a listen!

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