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A staple in his sets over the past several months, Tiësto releases his sought-after remix duties for Showtek and Noisecontrollers’ recently released collaborative effort for Owsla Records, ‘Get Loose’. Bringing the tempo down from 140 to more common electro house territory, Tiësto’s remix keeps much of the original’s cataclysmic drops and high-octane synth play intact while adding a sizeable proportion of the stadium-proof magic now associated with the Dutch heavyweight.

Out today on Beatport

A staple in his sets over the past several months, Tiësto unveils the release date of his sought-after remix duties for Showtek and Noisecontrollers’ recently released collaborative effort for Owsla Records, ‘Get Loose’. Bringing the tempo down from 140 to more common electro house territory, Tiësto’s remix keeps much of the original’s cataclysmic drops and high-octane synth play intact while adding a sizeable proportion of the stadium-proof magic now associated with the Dutch heavyweight.

Out May 10th.

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.


A sought-after staple in their sets over the past several months, famed Dutch remixers R3hab and Quintino unite to drop the release date and official preview of their remix duties for Tiësto’s ‘Chasing Summers’.

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 March 5th.

Four months down the line from the acclaimed release of his debut artist album ”Clarity”, genre-defying German Zedd comes out with the first package of remixes for the album’s title track, featuring Tiësto, Style Of Eye, Brillz and a Union Mix.

While Tiësto and Style Of Eye’s high-octane approach to Dance music lead to two festival-ready remixes of the Zedd original, Anton Zaslavski’s own Union Mix provides a testament to Zedd’s musical wizardry on a completely different level, employing beautiful string work, light piano play and crispy drums for an orchestral interpretation. With part two on course for February the 18th, Los Angeles producer Brillz wraps up the first collection of official ‘Clarity’ remixes with some bleep-happy Trap.

Out today on iTunes.



Tijs Verwest, professionally known as Tiësto, comes out with his first release of the New Year in the form of an official take on American indie rock group Passion Pit’s latest single, ‘Carried Away’.

Much like his remix duties for U2’s ‘Pride (In The Name Of Love)‘, Tiësto swaps the crisp synths and drum progression of ‘Carried Away’ for a continuous wave of melodic bliss. Utilizing Passion Pit’s distinct vocal line, the Dutch heavyweight adds yet another melodic remix to his artillery en route to Miami Music Week 2013.

Out today on Beatport.

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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On the heels of the original release as part of ”Nothing But The Beat 2.0,” David Guetta and Taped Rai’s ”Just One Last Time” receives a slew of remixes courtesy of Dutch heavyweight Tiësto, Refune-approved German contender Deniz Koyu and Russia’s Hard Rock Sofa.

While the acclaimed Dutch icon extends his melodic charm with a key-driven take on the original that ascends into his notably uplifting play book, Koyu goes in a similar vein as last year’s ‘Dangerous’ remix alongside Johan Wedel to replace the instrumental work of ‘Just One Last Time’ with his signature chugging synth leads and soothing interludes. With their ‘big room’ remix sitting comfortably at #1 on Beatport, the Russian trio round out the package with a slightly more melodic version of their chart-topping take.

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Bringing club music to the global airwaves yet again, Scottish chart-hopper Calvin Harris teams up alongside London songstress Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine for the release of the fifth single from his upcoming third studio album, ”18 Months,” alongside an unexpected assortment of remixes of old school spirit and new school edge alike.

Somewhat more reminiscent of the original Dance icon that set ablaze the Olympic Games in Athens back in 2004 with a display of Trance wizardry than his output over the past year, the headline remix of ‘Sweet Nothing’ sees Tiësto utilise Florence’s vocal line with a mix of Trance and his more recent grasp on the Housier side of affairs. In a similar vein, Size-endorsed Swedish duo Qulinez showcases blistering chord play and synth-led opulence, leaving enough room for London producer Burns to round off the package in a far more inventive manner, complementing Welch’s angelic voice with an easygoing two-step rhythm.

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