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Accumulating a dignified arsenal of club-worthy moment makers across his vast studio legacy, Ryan Raddon has proven himself an all-American triumph. Now synonymous with emotional Progressive House anthems and finely tuned vocal spots, 2011’s ‘Fire and Ice’ marked the fierce producer’s most thorough collection of gems to date. On the other side of the world, Melbourne newcomers Aden Forte and Josh Soon have been making similar swells of positivity for their respective scene off the back of their Axtone debut alongside Ivan Gough ‘In My Mind’, setting aside any feats that the Aussie scene was starting to lull against the force of their European peers.

In a tip to the popular highlight of ‘Fire and Ice’, Feenixpawl don their tactful studio etiquette to further prove the strong grasp now associated with this rising duo. Embracing the resonance of the originals melodic keys alongside Skylar Grey’s divine vocal stylings, the summit of this worthy remodel comes with a forceful blast of diverse energy that separates this promising Aussie stronghold from the crowd with the utmost success. Despite the cult following now boasted by Kaskade’s global legacy, this unoffensive remix is sure to prove as satisfying to the ears of long-time aficionados and newly inaugurated fans of his landmark full-length offering.

Adding to a host of remixes for the likes of David Guetta, Lady Gaga, Avicii and Erick Morillo among others, a fierce take on the recently voted “America’s Best DJ” and Skylar Grey is certainly no mediocre start of the new year. With vocals from the arguably most intriguing songstress of electronic music to date alongside a well-oiled instrumental from the dexterous hands of Kaskade at his mercy, the rapidly ascending Gregori Klosman gives the original of ‘Room For Happiness’ a dash of joyful break-down chords and an enthralling electro-house progression to further validate Klosman’s firm grasp on melodic club-bangers.

Kaskade feat. Skylar Grey – Room For Happiness (Gregori Klosman & Feenixpawl Remixes) [Ultra Records] – iTunes Link
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Kaskade feat. Skylar Grey – Room For Happiness (Feenixpawl Remix)
Kaskade feat. Skylar Grey – Room For Happiness (Gregori Klosman Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

Accumulating a dignified arsenal of club-worthy moment makers across his vast studio legacy, Ryan Raddon has proven himself an all-American triumph. Now synonymous with emotional Progressive House anthems and finely tuned vocal spots, 2011’s ‘Fire and Ice’ marked the fierce producer’s most thorough collection of gems to date. On the other side of the world, Melbourne newcomers Aden Forte and Josh Soon have been making similar swells of positivity for their respective scene off the back of their Axtone debut alongside Ivan Gough ‘In My Mind’, setting aside any feats that the Aussie scene was starting to lull against the force of their European peers.

In a tip to the popular highlight of ‘Fire and Ice’, Feenixpawl don their tactful studio etiquette to further prove the strong grasp now associated with this rising duo. Embracing the resonance of the originals melodic keys alongside Skylar Grey’s divine vocal stylings, the summit of this worthy remodel comes with a forceful blast of diverse energy that separates this promising Aussie stronghold from the crowd with the utmost success. Despite the cult following now boasted by Kaskade’s global legacy, this unoffensive remix is sure to prove as satisfying to the ears of long-time aficionados and newly inaugurated fans of his landmark full-length offering.

The remixes of ‘Room For Happiness’ are out February 7th.

Kaskade feat. Skylar Grey – Room For Happiness (Feenixpawl Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

Joining a very stellar few on the remix duties for one of hottest records off of Ryan Raddon’s quite recent, seventh studio album out, Gregori Klosman continues to show no signs of simmering down. Adding to a host of remixes for the likes of David Guetta, Lady Gaga, Avicii and Erick Morillo among others, a fierce take on the recently voted “America’s Best DJ” and Skylar Grey is certainly no mediocre start of the new year. With vocals from the arguably most intriguing songstress of electronic music to date alongside a well-oiled instrumental from the dexterous hands of Kaskade at his mercy, this rapidly ascending Frenchman gives the original of ‘Room For Happiness’ a dash of joyful break-down chords and an enthralling electro-house progression to further validate Klosman’s firm grasp on melodic club-bangers.

The remixes of ‘Room For Happiness’ are out February 7th via Ultra Records.

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Accumulating a dignified arsenal of club-worthy moment makers across his vast studio legacy, Ryan Raddon has proven himself an all-American triumph. Now synonymous with emotional Progressive House anthems and finely tuned vocal spots, 2011’s ‘Fire and Ice’ marked the fierce producer’s most thorough collection of gems to date. On the other side of the world, Melbourne newcomers Aden Forte and Josh Soon have been making similar swells of positivity for their respective scene off the back of their Axtone debut alongside Ivan Gough ‘In My Mind’, setting aside any feats that the Aussie scene was starting to lull against the force of their European peers.

In a tip to the popular highlight of ‘Fire and Ice’, Feenixpawl don their tactful studio etiquette to further prove the strong grasp now associated with this rising duo. Embracing the resonance of the originals melodic keys alongside Skylar Grey’s divine vocal stylings, the summit of this worthy remodel comes with a forceful blast of diverse energy that separates this promising Aussie stronghold from the crowd with the utmost success. Despite the cult following now boasted by Kaskade’s global legacy, this unoffensive remix is sure to prove as satisfying to the ears of long-time aficionados and newly inaugurated fans of his landmark full-length offering.

The remixes of ‘Room For Happiness’ are out February 7th.

Words by Dan Carter

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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Chosen by some as this year’s vital Miami anthem in March, the Aussie producer’s remix on Coming Home has been flooring countless dance events since the initial release in January. Teaming up with eminent Thomas Gold and the gorgeous voice of Kate Elsworth for the groundbreaking release of AliveDirty South seems to be going all in this year as well, coming off last year’s prosperity from the releases of Phazing and remixes on Silvia and Sweet Disposition. Hailing from USA is the magnificent Skylar Grey and her trademarked voice behind tracks like Dance Without You and the sensitive parts of Coming Home. Being the sequel to his January release, Invisible is taken to the spacious venue’s of Ibiza and across electronic dance music events worldwide by the nowadays Los Angeles-based Dirty South. Already tracklisted by AN21, Max Vangeli, Tiësto and many more, Pete Tong premiered this humble and superlative, new remix in his Essential Selection show.

In addition to the impeccable Dirty South remix, John Dahlback is delegated a serious overhaul of the Midas-like vocals of Inivisble, coming from the golden throat of none other than Coming Home-singer Skylar Grey. Being a DJ and producer of flawlessness and character, Dahlback has scooped himself one of the probably most outright and distinguished outlet’s in the name of uplifting House. Having mastered and caught fans of electronic dance music in an everlasting era of high-end offerings, I believe it’s pretty safe to affirm the fact that the industry has not made him justice in regards of his deficient acclamation. Releasing top trademarks like no other, John Dahlback is one of the very few to have established himself with a progressively distinct sound and eminent talent. Coming off releases like Are You Nervous, Violins Of Donau, Senses and the remix on Right There, originally made by Nicole Scherzinger, the Swede is releaseing a new vigorous making as he’s just fired away the eagerly-awaited You’re In My Heart on Mutants!

The complete package is now out on Interscope Records!

Skylar Grey – Invisible (Dirty South & John Dahlback Remixes) [Interscope Records] – iTunes Link
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*Updated: Official video for ‘Skylar Grey – Invisible (Dirty South Remix)’

Skylar Grey – Invisible (John Dahlback Remix)

/Anton

In addition to the impeccable Dirty South remix, John Dahlback is delegated a serious overhaul of the Midas-like vocals Inivisble, coming from the golden throat of none other than Coming Home-singer Skylar Grey. Being a DJ and producer of flawlessness and character, Dahlback has scooped himself one of the probably most outright and distinguished outlet’s in the name of uplifting House. Having mastered and caught fans of electronic dance music in an everlasting era of high-end offerings, I believe it’s pretty safe to affirm the fact that the industry has not made him justice in regards of his deficient acclamation. Releasing top trademarks like no other, John Dahlback is one of the very few to have established himself with a progressively distinct sound and eminent talent. Coming off releases like Are You Nervous, Violins Of Donau, Senses and the remix on Right There, originally made by Nicole Scherzinger, the Swede is previewing a new vigorous making as he’s just announced the eagerly awaited You’re In My Heart is scheduled to be his next single release. It’s set to release soon on Interscope Records, have a listen!

/Anton

Chosen by some as this year’s vital Miami anthem in March, the Aussie producer’s remix on Coming Home has been flooring countless dance events since the initial release in January. Teaming up with eminent Thomas Gold and the gorgeous voice of Kate Elsworth for the groundbreaking release of Alive, Dirty South seems to be going all in this year as well, coming off last year’s prosperity from the releases of Phazing and remixes on Silvia and Sweet Disposition. Hailing from USA is the magnificent Skylar Grey and her trademarked voice behind tracks like Dance Without You and the sensitive parts of Coming Home. Being the sequel to his January release, Invisible is taken to the spacious venue’s of Ibiza and across electronic dance music events worldwide by the nowadays Los Angeles-based Dirty South. Already tracklisted by AN21, Max Vangeli, Tiësto and many more, Pete Tong premiered this humble and superlative, new remix in his Essential Selection show last night. It’s to be released on August 29th through Interscope Records along with a remix from Kaskade and John Dahlback as well.

Skylar Grey – Invisible (Dirty South Remix)

AN21 playing the remix live at Size Matters in Gothenburg

/Anton

Already seeing support from the likes of heavyweights like Pete Tong, Swedish House Mafia and Tiësto among others, stellar remixer R3hab unveils a new take. Merely in the early stage of his soon to be-very successful career, R3hab is continuously scoring productions with that golden touch of his. Teaming up with Holland’s very own prodigy, Afrojack, for Prutataaa in May has, alongside remixes for Bounce, Champagne Showers and Koko, been playing a major role in him becoming a vital piece and representative of the electro-house scene. With an on-going hype for his just uncovered follow-up to Prutataaa named Sending My Love, made with Swanky Tunes, the Dutchman fuses buzzing synths and a killer bass line for his new remix of Skylar Grey’s Dance Without You, to be released soon on Interscope Records.

/Anton

After having successfully dropped an EP exclusively through our site, Pierce Fulton is back with a new free give-away. This time, it’s a cool remix of Diddy Dirty Money and Skylar Grey’s Coming Home, check it out!

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/Jesper & Anton

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