Friday Rewind: 7 EDM Essentials For Your Rotation

Music

/ July 19, 2013

The hottest electronic dance music to kickoff your weekend starts here:

MitiS – Expose & Change Will Come Mix
This melodic progressive offering from MitiS is a perfect Friday track. Showcasing his classical training, the Pennsylvania producer and musician layers the trancey tune with crisp synths and expertly crafted piano lines. Grab the single for free and check out MitiS’ hour-long “Change Will Come” mix which gives a taste of his style.

Nicky Romero & Krewella – Legacy
We’ve anxiously awaited the release of this match-made-in-heaven, big-room, anthem. Romero highlights the beautiful vocals of Krewella’s Jahan and Yasmin with infectious chord progressions and builds. Own it.

Cash Cash feat Bebe Rexha – Take Me Home (Original Mix)
Rexha’s sexy cool vocals are beautifully complimented with a vibrant poppy beat created by New Jersey trio Cash Cash. Dig in and expect to be coming back for seconds; “Take Me Home” is something to take home and take out to the club! Own it.

The Beatles – Because (D.V.S* Remix)
We’ve stumbled upon some magic here. Brooklyn’s Derek VanScoten aka D.V.S* does the unthinkable, and he knows it. Taking to his soundcloud, D.V.S* writes: “Remixing the Beatles is serious business. Their music has an unspoken ‘Do Not Enter’ sign around it…As a guitarist, “Because” has always been a bullseye track for me. The chord progression is like dark chocolate, and the vocals are like a fine red wine, making it the perfect inspiration for a melodic dubstep remix.” Derek, we applaud you for a job well done. Own it.

Slim Thug & Mike Jones – Tippin’ (FALCONS Remix)
Take a trip down memory lane with this glittery, chilled out trap remix of the 2004 staple by LA-based FALCONS. Crank that volume with the windows down and swag out; this remix is money.

Infected Mushroom feat. Savant – Savant on Mushrooms
Israeli duo Infected Mushroom duke it out with Savant in this epic battle between dubstep and psychedelic. As part of the second installment of their Friends on Mushrooms series, the record is one of five dope new tracks out now on Dim Mak. Own it.