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Reminiscent of late dubstep, this remix by NGHTMRE of Charlie Darker’s “Guns for Hire” adopts a crisp low-end that most current house and double-time music has neglected to accommodate. The offspring of the “jump up” and “get low” mantras, NGHTMRE’s remix blows the rest completely out of the water by getting making you feel dirty in the freshest of ways. Take a listen and tell us, “How the fuck do you feel?”

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Hey Oliver, just wanted to let you know that I’m enjoying everything you guys have been putting out lately. Thanks a billion, Nancy.

Ok moving on from my personal love note to the LA duo Oliver, their remix of Big Data is hand clap heaven as in this track is gonna make you want to put. your. hands. together. Oliver brings the heat with a sexy bassline while allowing Big Data’s vocals a time to shine at the chorus with the crucial hook, “I bet you didn’t know that I was dangerous.”

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File this remix by WEDIDIT artist Purple of WET’s “Don’t Wanna Be Your Girl” between ‘Dirty and nasty break up songs’ and ‘Things I would never say to my boyfriend because I love him.’ Pitched down vocals might be a little passé at this point, but Purple utilizes them in just the right amount for this future R&B track so go on and let the bass throttle your speakers.

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Welcome to the dark and moody underbelly of tropical house, we’re glad you’re here. Introducing New York’s Total Fitness, who puts a very different spin on Goldroom’s latest hit single “Til Sunrise.” Goldroom’s “pre-mix” inviting producers to remix the track even before he released the original garnered over several dozen submissions, but this flip by Total Fitness is by far the most creative interpretation we’ve heard yet. Here TF cuts down the vocals in favor of letting a house-driven instrumental take the forefront for a more atmospherical track.