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Young gun Joey Massa is one of the more prolific producers/dj’s to emerge from the Swedish dance music scene, having accumulated remixes for among others Major Lazer and Style Of Eye plus several well received original productions that have seen support from the likes of Diplo, Crookers, Zedd, Sebastian Ingrosso, Felix Cartal, John Dahlback, Albin Myers, Adrian Lux, Astronomar, Swick, Savage Skulls etc.

On his exclusive mix for us here at Discobelle we get a rundown of some of the biggest and best of that big room electrohouse sound and this is destined to start up your next party in a major way.

Here’s a premiere of a remix of the track du jour from the 2012 ADE conference, the original version was recently made Dance Anthem’s future anthem of the week on BBC Radio 1 – “We Go Oh” from Stockholm producer Rasmus Faber together with acclaimed German production duo Syke n Sugarstarr is here remixed by fellow Stockholm producer John Dahlbäck and this stomper of a track will invoke oh so many sing-alongs at festivals and dancefloors in the upcoming months.

When Forza Horizon is released on Xbox 360 Microsoft Sweden thought that the soundtrack was lacking tracks from Swedish artists. They decided to put together it’s own soundtrack inspired by the game. The result is tracks from John Dahlbäck, Marcus Price & Carli and Style of Eye with tracks that are made to be played on high volume on your cars stereo, no matter if it’s a sports car or a scrap car.

The EP will be released on Itunes tomorrow but we got it one day early for you to listen to.

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We’ve had the fortune of being a part of unraveling the mystery of letthemusicplay through sharing a few of the enigmatic group’s releases. Now we’re back with another one, this time a remix by John Dahlback of LTMP’s latest single, “Don’t Weigh Me Down.” The remix is a hypnotizing tech-house tune that shifts into a more melodically driven synth line at 3:15. Grab the track below.