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Tropix Adds The Chainsmokers ‘My Type’ To Their Impressive Remix Catalog

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After a series of late summer remixes including Two Friends ‘Out of Love‘ and Cheat Codes ‘No Promises‘, Tropix are back. This time, the electronic/pop duo add The Chainsmokers ‘My Type‘ to their already impressive remix catalog. With confirmed support from Alex and Drew themselves, Tropix are sure to make waves on the SoundCloud charts with this almost trancey reboot.

Hailing from the ballad heavy album ‘Memories…Do Not Open’, Tropix gave the song a full uprooting, swinging the track in a much more up-tempo direction, while keeping perfect hold of the lax and peaceful ambiance ‘My Type’ exudes. The major difference between the two versions, however: genre. Compared to the future/balladesque original, the remix exudes a much more trance-like synth structure and sound design. In fact, it’s almost difficult to pin point where exactly on the genre spectrum the Tropix remix lands, with obvious future styled leads and an underlying house influenced low-end, this is a truly unique take on the track.

With plenty more still to come from the fresh faced duo, Tropix take on ‘My Type’ just may be your type. Listen to Tropix remix of The Chainsmokers ‘My Type’ below via Soundcloud.

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Hear Keys + Krates New Single, “Glitter”

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Toronto-based live electronic act Keys N Krates are back to share a new single. “Glitter” features Ambré, and sees the group continuing to expand their sound and explore new territory as they broaden their style beyond the dance world. A deep twilight groove featuring New Orleans R&B talent Ambré, Keys N Krates emerge from the darkness with “Glitter,” which layers intoxicating vocals over snappy bass and warped strings for a hypnotic slowed down disco feel.

“We were trying to draw from music we love and grew up on like Jay Dilla, Tribe, DJ Premiere, as well current stuff that we love like everything from Beach House to Chrome Sparks to a lot of current rap stuff,” explains the group’s turntablist Jr. Flo. “We wanted to everything to sound like a sample.”

The group is also announcing that “Glitter” will be the lead single to their debut album, entitled Cura, arriving in early 2018 via Dim Mak Records.

Coinciding with the release of “Glitter,” Keys N Krates are also announcing a lengthy North American tour set to kick off on January 24th and running through the spring.

In other news, the group’s “Dum Dee Dum” single has recently achieved RIAA gold status. Given that the song never received significant radio airplay, this milestone is a testament to the scope of the group’s grassroots popularity.

Hear “Glitter” ft. Ambré below, find full tour routing below, and stay tuned for more from Keys N Krates.

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Premiere: Born Dirty Returns With New Single, ”Static”

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Following their two latest hit releases with OWSLA and Fool’s Gold, West London’s Born Dirty (“Don’t Stop Get Up”) is back with their new album on the way. Shaking things up once again, the duo releases their next big hit in the newest single, “Static”.

“Static” carries an interesting but intriguing sound of House. While known to produce a unique hybrid infusion of Hip-Hop, House, and Techno, “Static” crafts a future House sound with an interesting unheard of approach to build ups. Easily an influential hit that DJs and radio will not only love all over the world but attempt to recreate instantly as well.

Listen to the new hit below, courtesy of Spotify.

Won’t be long before this original mix becomes a top priority to remix by DJs all across the globe.

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Tropix Remix TELYKast’s ‘There For You’ Into A Jazzy Delight

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There For You (Remix)

Tropix kick off the late fall/early winter months with a radiant remix. With an already impressive catalog of catchy and undeniably groovy remixes, Tropix injects TELYKast’s ‘There For You’ with some serious swing. The downtempo ballad-esque original definitely turned some heads with it’s clean and pronounced production elements. However, Tropix introduces a jazzy new element to TELYKast’s production.

The initial horns, keys, and warm gliding overtones resemble that of a mid-summer hit. The duo is pretty notorious for grooving up whatever track they put their tropical imprint on, and they deliver with their latest yet again. The jazzy ambiance created by Tropix brings an element of unbridled fun and enthusiasm to the track.

Listen to Tropix’s Remix of TELYKast’s ‘There For You’ Below:

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