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Red hot off the eagerly-awaited free release of his and Norman Doray’s superb revamp of Chicane’s trance classic ‘Don’t Give Up‘, Albin Myers is back to release his brutal take on one of the singles off Rebecca & Fiona’s recent debut album. Where the loud mohawk and vibrant personality has dibbled him a stand-out character on the social side of things, his impressive production dexterity has made some equally remarkable marks on electronic dance music aristocracy along with the outings of a fierce remix for Avicii and a wobbly installment on Mutants last year. Now, with the Tiësto-premiered solo debut for Dim Mak, Hells Bells, coming up, Myers returns to proceedings to apply a leviathan bass setting and a distorted synth lead on to Rebecca & Fiona’s pop-esque voices for this notable ‘Jane Doe’ remodel.

Rebecca & Fiona – Jane Doe (Albin Myers Remix) [Pope Records] – Beatport Link

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His rather dingy submissions to the progressive house music scene have helped him become a highly-valued contributor and the essential talent of Flamingo Recordings this year. And rightfully so; since the hugely supported Tung! and Hydra engaged clubland around mid-summer, the progression of the now Holland residing Deniz Koyu has been nothing lately, if not successful. Teaming up with the Swedish wunderkid, Johan Wedel, for the remix on James Blunt’s Dangerous which has been utmostly appealing to the grandest of DJ’s, David Guetta, Swedish House Mafia and Tiësto included. Ones that may not have paid recognition in the past are certain to have opened up their aural hollows for everything Deniz Koyu this year. As he returns from the wildly demanded Hertz, his stupendous take on the last single release from KaskadeTurn It Down, has finally released and reflects brilliantly upon Koyu’s unique style.

Borrowing the main chords of the original and the sing-along vocals from Rebecca & Fiona, the framing of the newest production out from Koyu is utterly qualitative and well-made as he adds his God-like build-up with cut-offs and grubby chords to merge into a mighty piece of club-banging qualities, also starring his slickly tailored kicks.

Based out of Atlanta, USA, electro Dj and producer Le Castle Vania, an alias of Dylan Eiland, is also joining in on the remix package for Kaskade and Rebecca & Fiona’s Turn It Down. Apart from the hard-lined style of his previous outputs, Eiland’s experimental touch contiues to flourish as turns the second lead single of Kaskade’s recent seventh artist album, ”Fire & Ice”, into a near to seven-minute long heart warmer. What at first appears to be a production very similar to Ryan Raddon’s original as it borrows quite significantly from the its rapid, soft chords and Rebecca & Fiona’s silky voices later emerges in its natural grace. Tweaking the regular sweepy sound that is becoming immensely popular these days with a grating feel for the creation of an experimental yet melodious and enchanting alteration to Turn It Down,

And last but surely not least, the fast-rising duo Nause offer their take on the big room accomodated original. Having donned their irresistable take on a club summer hit in the bone-thrilling remix on Bullets and their essential sing-along anthem of 2011, entitled Made Of, Jacob Criborn and Leonard Scheja team up for another record under their coadjudant moniker. Signally disparate from the original instrumentals by Raddon, Nause combine the rasping and aesthetic vocals from Rebecca & Fiona with rugged yet dance-friendly chords to precede an acid-influenced yet uplifting and bright drop. Also having built up a keen anticipation for their next single to drop, their remix to Kaskade rounds this package off nicely.

The remix package is out now via Ultra Records!

Kaskade with Rebecca & Fiona – Turn It Down (Deniz Koyu, Nause and Le Castle Vania Remixes) [Ultra Records] – iTunes Link
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Kaskade feat. Rebecca & Fiona – Turn It Down (Deniz Koyu Remix)
Kaskade feat. Rebecca & Fiona – Turn It Down (Le Castle Vania Remix)
Kaskade feat. Rebecca & Fiona – Turn It Down (Nause Remix)

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Based out of Atlanta, USA, electro Dj and producer Le Castle Vania, an alias of Dylan Eiland, joins Deniz Koyu, Nause and others on the forthcoming remix package for Kaskade and Rebecca & Fiona’s Turn It Down. Apart from the hard-lined style of his previous outputs, Eiland’s experimental touch contiues to flourish as turns the second lead of Kaskade’s recent seventh artist album, ”Fire & Ice”, into a seven-minute long heart warmer. What at first appears to be a production similar to Ryan Raddon’s original as it borrows quite significantly from the its rapid and soft chords and Rebecca & Fiona’s silky voices later emerges in its natural grace. Tweaking the regular sweepy sound that is becoming immensely popular these days with a grating feel for the creation of an experimental yet melodious and enchanting alteration to Turn It Down.

The remixes of ‘Turn It Down’ are out December 13th via Ultra Records.

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Due to be out soon on the influential Ultra Records is a package of remixes on the second headliner of the newly released ”Fire & Ice” album from Ryan Raddon, better known as Kaskade, Turn It Down. Hot off the recent uncovering of the remix from Deniz Koyu, Nause offer a taste of their remix on the big room accomodated original. Having donned their irresistable take on a club summer hit in the bone-thrilling remix on Bullets and their essential sing-along anthem of 2011, entitled Made Of, Jacob Criborn and Leonard Scheja team up for another record under their coadjudant moniker. Signally disparate from the original instrumentals by Raddon, Nause combine the rasping and aesthetic vocals from Rebecca & Fiona with rugged but dance-friendly chords to pioneer for a acid-influenced yet uplifting and bright drop. Also having built up a keen anticipation for their next single to drop, the remix on Turn It Down is the next in line to be released from the Stockholm based duo.

The remixes of ‘Turn It Down’ are out December 13th via Ultra Records.

*Updated sample

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Led by the previously released Turn It Down and Eyes singles, Kaskade releases his seventh artist album. Unfolding a bunch of new collaborations and sounds, including those that have fuelled the American DJ and producer’s strike into progressive house to be voted the best DJ of America. Debuting his first album in 2003, it was not until the indenture with Ultra Records in 2006 that the rise of Kaskade truly took off, leading him into a placing amongst modern-day’s most highly-rated DJ’s in terms of electronic dance music. Although last year’s ”Dynasty” album was arguably his most  ground-breaking to date, ”Fire & Ice” is already seeing immensely successful charting placings acceded by the aforementioned single releases of 2011. Brilliantly divided into two discs – one for the hottest of club sounds and one for alternate, downtempo ICE mixes on each and everyone of the 10 singles featured – his 2011 album is already exceling previous year’s triumphs with a handful creative tenderings.

Boasting a craft unlike what people may expect out of a jointed making from the divine Kaskade and Skrillex, Lick It debunks an instantly memorable blend of the 70’s most ravishing disco sounds and wobbling, dubstep-influenced chords to form a momentous contribution to the evolution of electronic dance music and the more experimental records off the new double-album.

Filled with a soulful and utmostly emotional chord progression, tipped with the silky voice of Becky Jean Williams from Late Night Alumni, the Illionois-raised Ryan Raddon teams up with Germany’s probably most underrated duo, Inpetto, for the characteristic How Long.

Also armed with blistering chords in conjunction with Rebecca & Fiona’s glorious vocals to make up Turn It Down, the amazingly feel-good progressive piece with Mindy Gledhill that is Eyes and a bunch of collaborations with Dada Life, Skylar Grey, Haley and more, the seventh artist album out from Kaskade is finally released.

Kaskade – Fire & Ice (Album) [Ultra Records] – iTunes Link

Tracklisting:

Disc 1 – Fire

01. Kaskade feat. Mindy Gledhill – Eyes
02. Kaskade feat. Rebecca & Fiona – Turn It Down
03. Kaskade feat. Neon Trees – Lessons In Love
04. Kaskade & Skrillex – Lick It
05. Kaskade feat. Haley – Llove
06. Kaskade feat. Marcus Bently – Let Me Go
07. Kaskade feat. Quadron – Waste Love
08. Kaskade & Dada Life feat. Dan Black – ICE
09. Kaskade & Inpetto feat. Late Night Alumni – How Long
10. Kaskade feat. Skylar Grey – Room For Happiness

Disc 2 – Ice

01. Kaskade feat. Mindy Gledhill – Eyes (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
02. Kaskade feat. Rebecca & Fiona – Turn It Down (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
03. Kaskade feat. Neon Trees – Lessons In Love (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
04. Kaskade & Skrillex – Lick It (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
05. Kaskade feat. Haley – Llove (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
06. Kaskade feat. Marcus Bently – Let Me Go (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
07. Kaskade feat. Quadron – Waste Love (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
08. Kaskade & Dada Life feat. Dan Black – ICE (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
09. Kaskade & Inpetto feat. Late Night Alumni – How Long (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)
10. Kaskade feat. Skylar Grey – Room For Happiness (Kaskade’s ICE Mix)

Kaskade feat. Mindy Gledhill – Eyes

Kaskade & Skrillex – Lick It

Kaskade & Dada Life feat. Dan Black – Ice

Kaskade & Inpetto with Late Night Alumni – How Long

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His rather dingy submissions to the progressive house music scene has helped him become a highly-valued contributor and the essential talent of Flamingo Recordings this year. And rightfully so; since the hugely supported Tung! and Hydra engaged clubland around mid-summer, the progression of the now Holland residing Deniz Koyu has been nothing lately, if not successful. Teaming up with the Swedish wunderkid, Johan Wedel, for the vital remix on James Blunt’s Dangerous which has been utmostly congenial to the grandest of DJ’s, David Guetta, Swedish House Mafia and Tiësto included, ones that may not have paid recognition in the past are certain to have opened up their aural hollows for everything Deniz Koyu this year. As he returns from the wildly demanded Hertz, a sample of his stupendous take on the last single release from Kaskade, Turn It Down, has surfaced, courtesy of an exclusively given radio spin by none other than Tiësto in his Club Life show.

Borrowing the main chords of the original and the sing-along vocals from Rebecca & Fiona, the framing of the newest production out from Koyu is utterly qualitative and well-made as he adds his God-like build-up with cut-offs and grubby chords to merge into a mighty piece of club-banging qualities, also starring his brilliantly tailored kicks. It’s due out December 13th on Ultra Records along with a few other remixes as well, have a listen!

*Updated: official preview

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North America’s accustomed Kaskade teams up with the vibrant Swede’s of Rebecca & Fiona for Turn It Down. Standing firmly placed with both feet at the very marrow of clubland, the U.S-producer and his outstanding rise since 2001 is nothing short of amazing. As he’s currently preparing to release his eighth artist album, entitled ”Eyes” after the debut single of 2011, there is undoubtedly nothing holding back the Chicago-bred veteran. Also responsible for releasing remixes on Skrillex Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites and Daft Punk’s Rinzler this year, Kaskade recently premiered a brand-new single on the Bristow edition of the on-going IDentity Festival tour across USA. Graced with the the genial voices of the above-mentioned female duo, Turn It Down has most certainly got it all figured out for itself and is going to be a mighty challenger in Kaskade’s follow-up album to Dynasty that might just turn out as his best one to date. After the release of Luminary Ones in mid 2010, Rebecca & Fiona have forged a persistent ascent for themselves. Thanks to hit singles like Bullets and Boy (with Adrian Lux) as well as their remarkable lifestyle, the duo has managed to act superstars in their own documentary on national television, play alongside headliners like Tiësto along with their steady emerge towards acclamation.

Armed with blistering chords in conjunction with the Swede’s glorious vocals, Turn It Down strikes the industry with the intention to reach, not only the global music charts but, a solid placing in DJ’s tracklistings. Out now on Ultra Records, the newest making from the trio is about to throne the progressive House scene when dropped with its apprehensive bass line and cutting-edge hook.

Kaskade feat. Rebecca & Fiona – Turn It Down [Ultra Records] – Beatport Link

RIP from Kaskade’s Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1

Official preview

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North America’s accustomed Kaskade teams up with the vibrant Swede’s of Rebecca & Fiona for Turn It Down. Standing firmly placed with both feet at the very marrow of clubland, the U.S-producer and his outstanding rise since 2001 is nothing short of amazing. As he’s currently preparing to release his eighth artist album, entitled ”Eyes” after the debut single of 2011, there is undoubtedly nothing holding back the Chicago-bred veteran. Also responsible for releasing remixes on Skrillex Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites and Daft Punk’s Rinzler this year, Kaskade recently premiered a brand-new single on the Bristow edition of the on-going IDentity Festival tour across USA. Graced with the the genial voices of the above-mentioned female duo, Turn It Down has most certainly got it all figured out for itself and is going to be a mighty challenger in Kaskade’s follow-up album to Dynasty that might just turn out as his best one to date. After the release of Luminary Ones in mid 2010, Rebecca & Fiona have forged a persistent ascent for themselves. Thanks to hit singles like Bullets and Boy (with Adrian Lux) as well as their remarkable lifestyle, the duo has managed to act superstars in their own documentary on national television, play alongside headliners like Tiësto along with their steady emerge towards acclamation.

Armed with blistering chords in conjunction with the Swede’s glorious vocals, Turn It Down strikes the industry with the intention to reach, not only the global music charts but, a solid placing in DJ’s tracklistings. To be released soon on Ultra Records in two different versions, the newest making from the trio is about to throne the progressive House scene when dropped with its apprehensive bass line and cutting-edge hook.

Updated sample.

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Following last year’s prosperities, mainly originating from the highly acclaimed Teenage Crime single on Axwell’s Axtone Records, Adrian Lux has rendered a positive vibe of success circuiting the Swedish shooting-star. As his brand new single, signed to Pope Records for Scandinavia and Ultra Records worldwide, is on its way to globally reach eminence, Lux has got some serious tenderings in play, including his stirring remix of Pnau’s Solid Ground alongside Blende and more. He’s now bringing aboard Rebecca & Fiona to tout their voices on his brand new hit named Boy. The women duo that blew up after the release of Bullets, which Lux himself remixed together with Nause, in early 2011 has recently released an EP of their own and seems to be ready for a major take-over. Anyhow, the remixes of the new single are now available as well, consisting of joints from intriguing Nause – the duo responsible for Mutants Records’ latest hit, Made Of – the well established Hardwell, topical with his new The World smash set on the horizon, and last but not least, a version from the French Beataucue duo. The complete package is now available, don’t miss out!

Adrian Lux feat. Rebecca & Fiona – Boy (Incl. Remixes) [Pope Records / Ultra Records] – Beatport Link

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Following last year’s prosperities, mainly originating from the highly acclaimed Teenage Crime single on Axwell’s Axtone Records, Adrian Lux has rendered a positive vibe of success circuiting the Swedish shooting-star. As his brand new single, signed to Pope Records for Scandinavia and Ultra Records worldwide, is just around the corner to globally reach eminence, Lux has certainly got many tenderings in play, including his stirring remix of Pnau’s Solid Ground alongside Blende and more. He’s now bringing aboard Rebecca & Fiona to tout their voices on his brand new hit named Boy. The women duo that blew up after the release of Bullets, on which Lux himself remixed together with Nause, in early 2011 has recently released an EP of their own and seems to be ready for a major take-over. Anyhow, the remixes of the new single are now available for preview, consisting of joints from intriguing Nause – the duo responsible for Mutants Records’ latest hit, Made Of – the well established earnest Hardwell, topical with his new The World smash set on the horizon, and last but not least, a version from the French duo Beataucue. The complete package is due out on June 27th, have a listen!

00:00 – Nause Remix
01:50 – Beataucue Remix
03:00 – Hardwell Remix

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