Following up his debut album, Dillon Francis has already released a remix of one of his own songs and continues the stream of new music with another track to help close the year out. Dillon has been enlisted to give his signature spin on the breakout single "Runaway" from the exciting progressive house duo Galantis. We get a powerful flip from Dillon in the festival trap and electro directions. Stream the song below and we will keep you posted on a release date. Enjoy!
Galantis - Runaway (U & I) (Dillon Francis Remix)
Dillon Francis’ biggest run of shows known as the Friends Rule Tour has been taking the country by storm for the past three weeks showing no signs of slowing down. The tour is supporting his successful debut full-length release Money Sucks, Friends Rule, has left the east coast in a blaze of sold out glory, and moves west this week. The Friends Rule Tour is supported by the likes of TJR, Trippy Turtle, Hoodboi, Teed, Anamanaguchi, and is ending with three massive nights in New York City with Brosafari and even a rare appearance from the one and only DJ Hanzel.
Smack in the middle of the almost two month cross country excursion, the Friends Rule Tour is coming to Colorado for the biggest date on the tour at the 1st Bank Center with support from TJR and Hoodboi; and we have a very exciting contest. Following up on our opportunity to have Taco Bell dinner with Dillon at HARD Red Rocks this summer, we have another once in a lifetime opportunity.
One Grand Prize winner will be chosen to receive two box suite tickets to the show and at the show you will have an Extra Sensual Dinner with Dillon Francis backstage before his set, on top of a merch bundle from Dillon and This Song Is Sick. If you don't win the grand prize.. have no fear, 5 runners up will be picked to win a pair of tickets and also have a meet & greet with Dillon.
All you have to do is enter through the punchtab widget below. Good luck!
GRAND PRIZE: (1 Winner)
- 2 Box Suite tickets
- Meet and Greet with Dillon
- Dinner Back stage with Dillon
- Dillon Francis Merch Pack
- ThisSongIsSick Merch Pack
RUNNERS UP: (5 Winners)
- 2 GA tickets
- Meet and Greet with Dillon
[TSIS PREMIERE] Dillon Francis, Sultan + Ned Shepard – When We Were Young (Steve James Remix) : Progressive HousePosted in Bangin, Premieres by josh | Tags: Dillon Francis, Friends Rule, House, Money Sucks, progressive house, Remix, Steve James
16-year old Pittsburg local Steve James has had quite an exciting year. With large progressive house remixes ranging from Zhu to Ellie Goulding that have seen huge success, Steve has managed to carve his own lane. Today we have the premiere of Steve’s remix of Dillon Francis' recent single “When We Were Young.” Steve takes the already addicting tune and remixes it into a club ready progressive house track, while keeping the original Dillon flare. We are happy to premiere this song below, don't forget to pick up your copy of the album through iTunes today. Enjoy!
Dillon Francis, Sultan + Ned Shepahrd – When We Were Young (Steve James Remix) | iTunes
Still exploding from the success of his debut studio album Money Sucks, Friends Rule, and just after releasing a free Rebirth version of one of it's songs, Dillon Francis shows no sign of slowing down. We just now got word of a brand new 4 song Moombahton EP on the horizon. We know it will have a colossal collaboration with Skrillex that you can hear below. The EP will also feature the song he opened his EDC Las Vegas set with, and 2 other brand new ones. This news has been revealed through a very exciting tweet just moments ago. See below!
Dillon Francis & Skrillex – Collaboration ID (CLIP)
Dillon Francis – New ID He Played at EDC Las Vegas
Dillon Francis is riding the success of his debut album Money Sucks, Friends Rule and doesn't stop the flow of new music with his latest rebirth. Previous rebirths (remixes of his own songs), like "Without You" featuring T.E.E.D, "Masta Blasta", and a collaborative rendition of "Get Low" with DJ Snake have all managed to turn things up.
Dillon Francis – Drunk All The Time (feat. Simon Lord) (The Rebirth) | Free Download
As Dillon Francis debut studio album Money Sucks, Friends Rule begins to spread around the internet after it’s full release this week, we are starting to stream of remixes coming out of the wood work. UK bass enthusiast Zomboy has taken on Dillon’s progressive indie house single “When We Were Young” and incorporated his bass blending talents into the mix. He’s reconstructed the drops with a pulsating mixture of hard electro and dubstep elements while still letting the vocals shine. A stream is only available for now, but we expect news of massive remix EP of Dillon’s album coming shortly! Until then… Enjoy
Dillon Francis & Sultan + Ned Shepard – When We Were Young (Zomboy Remix) | Stream Only
The time for Dillon Francis has finally arrived. We posted the stream to his debut album Money Sucks, Friends Rule earlier this week and now we are happy to bring you the new music video for "When We Were Young" ft. Sultan, Ned Shepard and The Chaing Gang Of 1974. The video takes our cast of characters (Dillon, Sultan & Ned Shepard, and The Chain Gang of 1974 as the creepy clown) and throws them back in time to a very wild childhood birthday party. This music video has it all from party favors, games and cake, to creepy clowns, a bouncy house, and a rock concert played out on fisher price instruments. Only something so silly and straight up entertaining could come from the mind of the guy responsible for Hansel and not giving a Fuck or a Shit. You can stream the video below and pre-order the album here. Enjoy!
Dillon Francis & Sultan + Ned Shepard feat. The Chain Gang of 1974 – When We Were Young
The road to Dillon Francis' debut studio album Money Sucks, Friends Rule has been paved with customary delays, a rigorous tour schedule, and select premieres from the album over the last year. And now, before the album hits stores on October 28th, we have a full stream of the new magnificent release! Leaving no genre untouched and boasting a handful of notable collaborators, Dillon showcases his creative talents on 12 diverse tracks starting off with the electro-bounce party starter "All That" featuring fresh lyrics from legendary Chicago rapper Twista. Our current highlights include "Drunk All The Time" and "Hurricane" featuring Lily Elise, with the former resulting in Dillon rekindling a working relationship with vocalist/producer Simon Lord. Each of these progressive house tracks is laden with dance elements and infectious vocals from both singers. After initial listens, you will easily understand why we’ve proclaimed this as one of the biggest releases of 2014 for many months. Job well done Dillon Francis; this album was well worth the wait!
Dillon Francis – Money Sucks, Friends Rule (Album Stream) | iTunes
It was recently annonuced that deadmau5 is set to release a 5 Years Of deadmau5 album full of old songs and some new remixes of classics. Dillon francis was enlisted to remix the mau5 classic anthem "Some Chords" and has been playing the track out in his live sets over the summer and today we get to hear the remix in all it's glory. He venture into his electro styling for this remix and really takes the track to a new place while managin to leave original's melodic vibe intact. Listen below and we will update once a release date is available. Enjoy!
deadmau5 – Some Chords (Dillon Francis Remix) | Stream Only
We are down to just under two weeks until Dillon Francis's debut full length album Money Sucks, Friends Rule is unleashed upon the world. Today Dillon has provided the ultimate throw back Thursday with his newest single "Love in the Middle of a Firefight" featuring none other than Panic! At The Disco's lead singer Brand Urie. Dillon goes on to say "it's definitely one of my favorite songs on the album and I'm so happy I finally get to share it with the world!!! I hope this shows you how diverse all of my album is going to be!"
"Love in the Middle of a Firefight" is a step in a different direction from the previous high energy festival tracks we've previewed on the upcoming album. Brandon's vocals are vibrant and lush and when paired with the melody creating a very pleasant upbeat atmosphere. Really looking forward to this release. Stream the track below and pre-order the album here.
Dillon Francis – Love in the Middle of a Firefight (feat. Brendon Urie)
Mad Decent’s pride and joy Dillon Francis has supplied many with a constant stream of new music leading up to the October 28th release of his debut studio album Money Sucks, Friends Rule. Between the catchy moombahton original “I Can’t Take It”, a genre blending collaboration with Diplo’s dancehall group Major Lazer for “We Make It Bounce”, and the indie-house styled “When We Were Young” with vocals from The Chain Gang 1974, Dillon's remarkable ability to excel in multiple genres is why his upcoming album could be the biggest release of 2014.
Having rinsed a collaboration with breakout teenage producer Martin Garrix all summer long, the single "Set Me Free" is already a well established anthem in each artists respective sets among many others. With the mission of "blowing everyone's asses off" a top priority, the two acts fused electro-house and bass elements together while showcasing their individual prowess as well. You can pre-order Dillon's album below to obtain an advance copy of this collab along the tracks mentioned above, and let's hope for more releases heading towards the albums final stretch! Enjoy
Dillon Francis and Martin Garrix – Set Me Free | iTunes Pre-order
Larger-than-life producer Dillon Francis is an incredibly busy man. When this eccentric DJ isn't hard at work on his forthcoming album, Money Sucks, Friends Rule, he is usually entertaining the world with his sold out performances and ridiculously hilarious Instagram videos. This tune serves as a re-mastered version of the popular track "Master Blaster," and brings us a more complete, rich sound. In Dillon's words: "“IN MASTA BLASTA 2.0" I CHANGED THE KICK PATTERN TO 4×4 AND IN MY OPINION BEEFED IT UP WAAAAY MORE.” Stream the song below and grab a free download thanks to Dillon. Enjoy
Dillon Francis – Masta Blasta 2.0 | Free Download
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