Monthly Archives: August 2015

Top Monthly Tunes – August 2015

It’s time for August’s top tunes recap.

 

1. Hayden James – Something About You (Cut Snake Edit)


Genre: House

I may have single-handedly been responsible for 10K plays on this tune (Joking of course, or am I??). Definitely a bouncy dance number ready for big speaker treatment.

 

2. SevenDoors – Movement Of Whale


Genre: Deep House

The halfway point of this tune is quite amazing. The beat slows down, builds up, and releases into the last half of the tune. Beautiful listen on this one.

 

3. Petter Carlsen – Never Leave Me (Tinlicker Remix)


Genre: Electronic

Love the dark, industrial-like vibe. The vocals are great. The headphones especially love the kicks.

 

4. ZHU – Faded (Ruobin Remix)


Genre: Deep House

There are a lot (I mean ALOT) of Faded remixes out there. It’s hard to compete with the greatness of the original. This remix comes pretty close. It’s a cool take, preserving the vibe of the original, while adding some really cool measured (clock-like) sounds.

 

5. Nicolas Luce – Trust You


Genre: House

I want to be at a sweaty, packed, basement party listening to this (ok, maybe not so sweaty or packed, but you get the idea of the vibe I’m going after).

 

6. I’m Not A Band – Cages (Christian Löffler Remix)


Genre: Electronic

A very clean, chill tune with another set of lovely vocals. The slight echo on the vocals produce a hauntingly beautiful effect.

 

7. Palace – Too Young ft Ziggy (Kyle Watson Remix)


Genre: House

I like the combination of house beats with hip hop flair from Ziggy.

 

8. Jack Ü ft. Justin Bieber – Where Are Ü Now (Reevo & David Bulla Remix)


Genre: House

I am NOT a beebs fan, however, I love Jack Ü, and this is a pretty great remix. Go ahead, get your dance on.

 

9. Fetty Wap – 679 (K Theory Remix)


Genre: Trap

I like most of the tunes I’ve heard from Fetty Wap, and K Theory can crank out some sick trap tunes – this remix showcases that.

 

10. Bronze Whale – Weird Dark Things (Ft. Khai)


Genre: Trap

I can appreciate artists who hold off on the final product until they deem it’s perfect. Bronze Whale waited until they found the right set of vocals for this and they succeeded.

 

Don’t forget to visit thistune.rocks where I post all the tunes I’m listening to. Happy Listening!

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