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Kasbo Shares Dreamy Remix Of The Temper Trap’s “Fall Together”

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Swedish producer Kasbo may only be 20 years old, but he's garnered millions streams on both his remixes and originals. His "World Away" release on ODESZA’s Foreign Family imprint has over six million streams alone. 

His latest offering is an official remix of "Fall Together" by The Temper Trap and follows his future bass re-imagination of Fetty Wap’s breakout hit, "Trap Queen". Once again, he's able to inject the original record with his soothing melodies and dreamy atmospheric layers that build into a euphoric drop. Listen below:

The Temper Trap - Fall Together (Kasbo Remix) | Stream Only

The release comes under Glass Note Records, a New York-based label that is also home to Childish Gambino, CHVRCHES, Flight Facilities and many more. Kasbo is currently finishing up his live spring tour that will be touching down this September at Red Rocks for Big Gigantic’s annual Rowdytown spectacle.

 

[PREMIERE] Knife Party’s “Destroy Them With Lazers” Gets Massive Remix From Herobust [Free Download]

Knife Herobust

At the tail-end of 2011, Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen of Knife Party released their laser-charged single, "Destroy Them With Lazers." The record has proved its longevity and still remains a prominent weapon in countless DJ sets today by Zedd, Jauz, Mat Zo and more. 

Rising trap star Herobust has decided to apply his signature skill set to the tune and give it the proper "BUSTED" treatment. Listeners, prepare to immerse yourselves in a cold laser-fueled battle that is occasionally provided a warm breeze by lush synths. The action-packed soundscape is nicely sectioned out by punchy percussive elements that cast a sense of order among the chaos.

For those who feel this type of environment suits them perfectly, we highly suggest you check out the producer's 60-minute mix for Diplo & Friends, along with his remix of NGHTMRE's single, "Street." 

Listen below to Herobust's "BUSTED" remake of "Destroy Them With Lazers," exclusively on TSIS. 

Knife Party - Destroy Them With Lazers (BUSTED By Herobust) | Free Download

JAUZ Shares Future House Remix of DJ Snake’s “Propaganda” To Launch Shark Week [Free Download]

DJ SNake Jauz

Discovery Channel’s annual Shark Week series returned to the TV screen this past Sunday (June 26) and is scheduled to deliver an abundance of shake-based content over the week. While it has evolved into being one of cable television’s most successful programming events to date, dance music fans may be more interested in a different kind of Shark Week. 

That’s right, Los Angeles DJ/producer Jauz is hosting his own Shark Week. "With it being Shark Week, I figured I would give out some Sharktreats,” he says. "Ive got a few more surprises this week but for now enjoy this one.” Jauz kicks it off with a remix of DJ Snake’s "Propaganda," fusing future house and dubstep into one grimy bass house concoction. Beware of the second drop…listen below: 

DJ Snake- Propaganda (JAUZ Remix) | Free Download

Jauz will also be hosting a Reddit AMA this Thursday (June 30) as part of Shark Week. Until then, be sure to check out his previous releases that have landed on TSIS, including his collaborations with Ghastly and Netsky

 

 

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