I was driving down from New York to North Carolina this weekend and during my 12 hour drive I stumbled upon many forgotten house hits that shuffled their way onto my ipod. I made a memo so I could post a few that I never thought to upload on here for ya, so, enjoy. xo
#1. Such a dope house track, Porter Robinson never fails to excel and Amba has so many great songs that display her vocals. I LOVE this track. Heard it in the city one night and rolled with it on repeat for a long time after the first listen. So glad I refound it this weekend.
#2. I didn’t love this track until I found this main mix. This jam is on the newer side and is realll funky. And my girl Polina is doing it bigggg this summer. She’s hands down one of my favorite vocalists in house right now. This is a club jam and the beat is great.
#3. Obv. we all know and love Morgan Page. This is one of those songs that wasn’t huge when it dropped but I later on learned to love it from playing the album over and over (that kind of thing happens to me with Kaskade a lot too…takes a hot second to appreciate it but you wind up loving even the backburner songs). This sound is very classic Morgan Page and it is worth a listen, I love it.
#4. This song is nasty, nasty dope. It just drips with sexy vocals and smooth trancelike quality to a great house drop. Comsic Gate never ceases to amaze me and this work is no exception. Very intense baseline with a great build, great vocals and great vibe—so nasty.
#5. Krewella has really grown on me thanks to a lot of the bloggers here on OHD. And to be honest, I’m not really down with the overly “pop”ish singles but this one does it for me. Don’t write it off as pop and girly because of the first minute because it has an amazing beat. I really love this song right now, such a rave jam and I played it multiple times in the car after being reminded of how awesome it is.
What happens when you combine the ever amazing vocals of Florence & The Machine‘s Florence Welch with award winning producer Calvin Harris? A gem. That’s what you get. This could easily become THE dance track to kick off your school year. I will put my money down that we’ll be hearing this track a lot in the near future along with some filthy FILTH remixes too. Got one you’d like to share with us? Send us an emai! submissions[at]ohheydoctor.com :) We love to hear from our fans!
Phazing label head Dirty South comes together on the massive City Of Dreams with the undisputed rising star Alesso. The suspenseful intro leads us into a beatiful break featuring vocal talents of the impressive Rudy. It all comes together into a melodic and astonishing track.City Of Dreams is bound to be the next big hit of the year. Enjoy.
OHD’s favorite producer Myndset just dropped another one of his signature hour-ish long mixtapes for our listening pleasure. I always love his mixtapes, they’re great for driving, working out, studying — ANYTHING. His ability to blend the latest and best tracks all into one with an equally amazing (and signature) vocal sample intro to this day stuns me. Gotta love the artwork on all of his releases too, Gorillastrator knows whats up. Let Myndsettake you away with this one and make sure you play it LOUD!
Ps. If you like his FACEBOOK page you’ll be able to get A Miraculous Mynd for free. DO IT
Australian up and coming producer/DJ Anthony Maniscalco better known as Hook N Sling has released his highly anticipated hit single “Reason” with the beautiful twins (also from Australia) known as Nervo. Reason which has been released via Spinnin Records, portrays Hook’s ability to deliver anthemic big-room progressive songs that still maintains his innovative indie vibe. Topped with Nervo’s gorgeous vocals, Reason delivers a catchy melody throughout the build that breaks into a powerful feel-good drop. Reason has all the characteristics of a summer favorite and shows the trio’s ability to continuously create amazing music.
TABS have been on a pretty consistent streak recently with their remixes. Last week they released their rendition of Adventure Club’s Need Your Heart which to me was an amazing remix that I still play on a regular basis. Just today, they released their take on Swedish House Mafia‘s final song titled Don’t You Worry Child. The original on it’s own has been creating a lot of heat in the EDM scene. The remix has an electro-trance addition that transforms it into more of a dance track. If you’re looking for a little more hype in the original, grab your free download and enjoy.
What an incredibly unique and absolutely extraordinary remix I have for you folks today. Sound Remedy, who has amazed us time and time again with his melodic dubstep and incredible remix productions like his version of KOKO‘s Float and his remix Neapolitan Dreams which can be heard HERE. This remix is no different than the past.. To be honest when I saw that he was remixing none other than NEIL YOUNG I was a bit concerned and didn’t give it too much thought. That was until I heard it, about twice through. Prepare to be shocked in a very, very skin tingling and ear satisfying manner.
For those of you who have been big fans of Feed Me as we have since the beginning but haven’t been able to find anything new that really grabbed your attention… Little Cat Steps is bound to change the streak of boring in your life right now. Reminds me almost a little bit of Deadmau5 production with lots of synth and arpeggios but riddled with solid drops and and dubstep. Enjoy folks!