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Tropix & Oxilo Flip Two Friends ‘Out Of Love’ Into A Wavy Classic

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After a 3 month, long hiatus including a massive rebrand, Tropix duo, Dylan Christie and Dex Honsa are back and better than ever. The duo teamed up with friend, and fellow client to manager Adam Schifano, Oxilo, to flip Two Friends ‘Out Of Love‘ into a wavy summertime classic.

Following their rebrand, Tropix has adopted a much more electronic-pop oriented sound. With several more marquee remixes in the works, the duo is poised to not let a long rebrand effect their ability to churn out tunes. ‘Out Of Love’ is just one example of their transformed sound that delivers a simultaneously laid-back, yet upbeat groove.

Tropix flips and makes use of the original’s stellar implementation of light instrumental sax, and vocals to really drive their remix. Note, while the electronic-pop elements in the remix really define the track. The way the breaks, builds and vocal passes are controlled primarily through their use of hats, rides, and spacey snare hits, is excellent and second to none.

And no for those that are wondering, while you may be popular, that’s not your phone.
Take a listen to Tropix and Oxilo’s remix of ‘Out Of Love’ below via SoundCloud:

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Fluencee Treats Us With A Luscious ‘Across The Room’ Remix

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Last year Philly born producer Fluencee really started to catch our attention.  On his debut original track, ‘Better’ (ft. Bri Tolani) he received massive support reaching over 2 mil plays online and also hit Spotify’s Global Viral 50 Chart. After such success he received a spot at EDC Orlando and now he is back to share with us his latest remix of Odesza’s ‘Across the Room’.

Fluencee’s remix is a luscious melody that compliments Leon Bridges’ effortless riffs with ease. He elegantly adds his vibrant future pop sound to create a sweet little remix that will have you coming back for seconds.

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Pakkcity Formulates Dirty House Cover Of ‘Kelly Price’

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Too many undervalue the potential and quality of artists in their beginnings. Innovation and creativity can be discovered more often than not within this quantitative category – a few minutes digging can result in mind-blowing moments if you know how to look. Pakkcity and his recent production ‘Kelly Price’ is a prime example of this. Featuring seemingly JOYRYDE influenced bass house / tech house sounds paired with the lyrics of Migos’s ‘Kelly Price’ atop. Pakkcity has tapped into something new and refreshing that is worth the shot.

Clearly, Pakkcity is prepping for a busy year in 2018.

Follow Pakkcity: SoundCloud | Spotify | Facebook

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Phenatiks Kick Off New Year With Bass-Heavy Original ‘That Bass’

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After graduating from the renowned Iron Collective music school, Fish Scale and Phenatiks team up for their first 2018 release ‘That Bass.’ The song starts with crisp drum hits before mixing in chopped vocals, whirling synths, and dark bass tones, making for a club-ready bass house track. Utilizing a gritty sound throughout, Fish Scale and Phenatiks make their collaboration danceable and darkly brooding at the same time. After giving ‘That Bass’ a listen, it’s no surprise Fish Scale is earning praise from esteemed peers like Bijou while Phenatiks broke 100,000 streams in 2017. With ‘That Bass’ marking their start to the new year, the future looks bright for both of these emerging talents.

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