Welcome back! Here’s another instillation of “Late Night With AeroBeats” to get you through your final week of school. I know many of you are dealing with term papers/tests, so listen to these songs to ease your late nights. As always, tracklist/downloads are in the description. Enjoy!
In appreciation for reaching 20,000 likes on Facebook, DJ Panic City release his “20k Bootleg Pack” yesterday. If you’re an EDM fan, I am sure you’ll find at least one awesome song in this pack– I especially enjoy “City Of Your Love”. We’ve been following Panic City for about two years now, and we can’t wait for his success to continue.
We posted this gem about a month ago, and now the official music video was just released. I’m personally a fan of song visuals, and I hope you enjoy this post as well.
I have no words for this remix. To be honest, I’ve never heard of Steerner before– the only reason I heard of this song is through a friend who told me this song is a “must listen”. After playing the entire song, he was right. Steerner’s remix of Sub Focus’ famous “Turn Back Time” is truly amazing– Steerner’s pumping melodic synths coupled with the vocals from the original will leave you speechless. Give this song a listen, and enjoy. Download below!
What’s up everyone, happy Saturday, hope you’re all raging. Kevin Drew just released this massive remix of Zedd’s Stay the Night featuring Haley Williams. Turning what I thought was just a good song into a great one, this remix is rowdy. With its hard chords and sick melodic drop, I’m sure you guys will love this. Planning on getting pretty wild to this one, and hope that some of you do too. If I had to describe it as an animal, it would be a racehorse. With its sheer athleticism and vigor, you’ll be able to count on this one all night. Full remix coming out on Soundcloud on January 7th.
“No one looks back on their life and remembers the nights they got plenty of sleep” -Fred
The final piece of Tritonal’s ‘Metamorphic II’ is here as the duo announces ‘Now Or Never – The Remixes Pt. 2’. Following the release of Pt. 1, which features massive remixes from US star Pierce Fulton as well as Tritonal’s own Club Mix, Dutch producers Estiva and Juventa have now combined their abilities to create another quality re-imagining of the single.
This latest remix has all the hallmarks of a big room anthem. Snare led build-ups drive the vocals and then break into tidal waves of synths that come full of force when the track breaks, each time accentuated by a top line as infectious as the original’s own melody. Ever the innovators, Estiva and Juventa have redesigned the makeup of the second verse by adding in a pop-style beat as well as elements of funk into the bass line. The track delivers all the raw emotion that courses through Tritonal’s first cut and projects it through euphoric tones and techniques, making this a real party powerhouse.