We set the bar pretty high for ourselves last year with Volume 1 of our
remix compilation, but are proud to say this collection may even top that.
Some of our biggest releases get incredible remixes from some of the
hottest names in the game – that's love. Let me break it down for you again!
Rising Canadian duo Botnek (Dim Mak) tag team Wax Motif & Neoteric's Das
Machines and make it bigger, stronger, and heavier. Already played nightly
by Tommy Trash, Congorock and others this will impact Miami and beyond this
summer. More Canadians (Grandtheft & Smalltown Djs - fresh off their
'Fyling' EP Release on Main Course) deliver the perfect complimentary remix
to Symone's late 2013 smash Buyakasha, a nightly set-opener for Major
Lazer. This remix gets slowed down and based up with head nod appeal.
Classy and Bombastic; Just like Canada. Hotly tipped bass producer Infuze
strikes back! Flipping 4B's smash Bomboclat and morphing it into a
cavernous horror filled. Already supported by Diplo & BBC Radio 1! Ape
Drums (Slow Roast) throws his hat into the ring too, with his remix of
Bomboclat as he flips the pancake faster than a cracked out line cook at a
truck stop diner. Then Drops it in the deep fryer for that extra crunch
feel. House special! Master craftsman Gianni Marino attacks Bot & David
Heartbreak's intense 'Ben Hur'. this is Chinese New Years on mescaline! One
of the wildest remixes in the pack, which is going to sound right at home
on a festival stage near you this summer. Craig Williams brings out the
heavy Techno artillery on his remix of 2D Noize's 'The Hood'. Employing a
vast technical knowledge of synthesis & hardware, you'll notice many of his
tricks are homemade and self taught, and this mix builds towards a frantic
payload. Who knew classy could be this hype? Next up, Poolboy92 takes us to
a realm with this one; it is basically a movie in song form. the story is
unclear & the movements blend together like watercolors; we can make out
that our protagonist had met someones elses girl at a party before it got
Violento. Finally, Finnish affiliates Sharkslayer & First Date give
Violento a much more contemporary, but still very hyped remix. Airhorns and
whistles and Teki Latex speaking Spanish – it gets no better!