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May 05

Galantis Makes It Rain ‘Gold Dust’ With Remix EP

Galantis gives fans six new ways to enjoy Gold Dust in the official remix package out now, featuring new takes from house to trap and more.

Galantis' ability to pen inspired, high-quality dance pop comes with having as much production experience as they share together. When combined with their approachability, Galantis' massive hits can be blank canvasses, of sorts, for remixes--a pile of interchangeable, top-of-the-line components with a wide range of potential applications--making them coveted starting points and a common place to hear some of dance music's most inventive remix work today.

After releasing Hook N Sling's progressive take in April, Galantis' Linus Eklöw (Style Of Eye) and Christian Karlsson (of Miike Snow) unveil five new takes on Gold Dust, the second singsong single from their forthcoming debut album, Pharmacy.

Galantis rejoins relatively unknown fellow Swede Elgot, who also remixed Smile, on a joint VIP to kick things off. Next up is Hook N Sling followed by Dutch duo and three-time Galantis remixers East & Young, who hand in a light, floating version set up with bubbly plucks before plummeting into a punchy, piano-driven house take with chopped vocals.

Taking things on a slightly darker route, Hotel Garuda joins CRNKN to craft a bassy club mix that retains the original's glittering, namesake surface layers with light synth and piano breakdowns between its chunky main sections.

And in the furthest throws from the original, Yacht Club goes with a synth-heavy trap esthetic, while Loosid lets loose a wobbly glitch hop version for two inspiring example of what can be done with Galantis' work.

Pick up the Gold Dust Remixes EP here, and pre-order the debut Galantis album Pharmacy here before it drops June 8.
Galantis - Gold Dust (East & Young Remix) [Big Beat]
Galantis - Gold Dust (CRNKN & Hotel Garuda Remix) [Big Beat]
Galantis - Gold Dust (Loosid Remix) [Big Beat]
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May 05

Datsik’s ‘Troynado’ Causes Dub-Driven Devastation

Canadian dubstep don Datsik is back, and his latest, the aptly named Troynado, is an onslaught of breaks, wobbles, and yes, even guitar licks.

The newest audial barrage from Datsik--whose real name is Troy Beetles--is from the new Shellshock Legends compilation via Datsik's own Firepower Records. The track kicks off with an epic, orchestral build, then proceeds to "get medieval" on listeners via Datsik's traditional break-beat and electro wobble-driven dub sounds. Listen to the whole thing and you'll also understand why saying that this track "brings home the bacon" makes sense, too.

Grab Datisk's nasty new track and the rest of the Shellshock Legends compilation on iTunes here.
Datsik - Troynado (Original Mix) [Firepower]
May 05

Dillon Francis Goes ‘Nuclear’ In Zomboy Remix

After teasing us months ago during Jack U's famed 24-hour marathon party, moombahton's main man, Dillon Francis, has unveiled the full version of his remix of Zomboy's Nuclear, and pardon the pun, but it's explosive.

Tagged as ‘twerkbahton’ by Dillon on his SoundCloud page, the remix is a pulverizing 100 BPM blast that makes the Tsar Bomba look like a hand grenade. Full of hyped up reggae-style vocals, massive dubstep growls, and piercing synth stabs, you had better duck for cover when this one hits the decks.

According to Dillon, the song was as much fun to make as it is to listen to.

This remix was such a blast to make! I was dancing around in my studio the whole time I was making it and I hope that does the same thing to people who hear it at festivals and clubs or in thier bedrooms or in stip clubs or during a threesome or when youre washing your car or when you just wanna have some quite time alone but not too quite you know??
Pre-order Zomboy's upcoming 11-track album, Resurrected, ahead of its May 25 release on iTunes here and instantly pick up Dillon's Nuclear remix now.
Zomboy - Nuclear (Dillon Francis Remix) [Never Say Die]
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