Nothing But Deep Vol. 2
Monthly Deep House Podcasts By NothingButBangers.com
Mixed by @vik2r
1. Iggy Azalea – Fancy (Motez Edit)
2. Rain City Riot – Burning
3. Larse – So Long (NiCe7 Remix)
4. Kasual & Rasmus Juul – Got No Rythem (Mark Lowery Remix)
5. Ducked Ape ft. Paolo Ravley – Come And Get It
6. Soul Button – Come To Me (Dahu Remix)
7. AlunaGeorge – Your Drums, Your Love (Duke Dumont Remix)
8. Drake – Too Much (Jessie Andrews & Jason Burns Remix)
9. Illyus & Barrientos – Ballin’
10. Haze M – Lucky Love
11. Croatia Squad – Get You Off (Mark Lowery Remix)
12. Croatia Squad – All Alone
13. Mark Lowery – I Got A Dream
14. Blonde – Foolish (Dansson Remix)
With a fresh new twist on an already great track, Heat Seekerz’s remix of Bastille’s Pompeii brings in a driving electro drop and an innovative dub-step style break over the vocals. Suitable for radio play or a massive outdoor festival, this track puts the woofer to the test after a crowd sing-a-long.
Heat Seekerz are known by some of the biggest names in the industry for their behind the scenes productions and are now starting to release under their own names. They will be premiering several new tracks during their summer residency at Club Amnesia, Ibiza, playing with artist such as; Paul Van Dyke, Eric Prydz, Laidback Luke, Dirty South, and Paul Oakenfold.
Keep up to date with their latest productions, mixes and free mashup downloads:
Zeds Dead do it once again balancing elements of a track that should not be able to be done this properly. The Canadian duo balance the griminess of bass heavy music with the chilled, haunting beauty of “Flickers.” Using Son Lux’s vocals in isolated portions broke the track up at just the right moments before hitting you once again with some stellar bass music that won’t destroy your sound system. The sky is the limit for Zeds Dead’s work. I’ll be on the lookout. So should you.
I could lie to you and say I knew what was going on in the kooky as all get video for “Comfortable” but I’d be talking out of my ass. The funky track sort of gets swallowed up by the Kubrick meets Robert Palmer vibe going on in the mansion that may or may not start resembling The Shinning if the video kept rolling. The song is awesome and the visuals for the video are top notch. Those WTF moments, though? Maybe you can explain them because I’m still trying to figure out why three gorgeous women were peeing Soda Streams into the pool. Now I need to watch Eyes Wide Shut and “Addicted to Love.”
Britney’s “Toxic” is one of those tracks that is ideal for remixes. Taking us in an unexpected direction is Elk Road. The progressive house remix played to a chilled, midtempo beat while adding some more distortion to Britney’s vocals. The fast moving, highly produced original is now a dreamy track that will appeal well beyond the usual Britney audience. This was an enjoyable one right out the gate. It went in an unexpected direction and Elk Road needs to be thanked for that.
The Chainsmokers bring indie progressive dance together on their feel good remix of “Young Hearts.” With a solid melody Strange Talk fits perfectly into this track like Brandon Flowers does to countless remixes. A melody like this is hard to not pay attention to. This remix will have you wanting to move from moment one, even during the chiller moments. What’s great about this remix is that when so many are playing it safe the Chainsmokers made this one their own while still doing Strange Talk justice. Well done.
Argentine duo Heatbeat collaborate with Rodrigo Deem for the blistering trance track “Felina.” Coming in with some blistering trance, this one will have you going right after the orchestral opening. Just be sure not to get lost in the momentary beauty of the intro because you’re about to get slapped in the face with some hard trance. With some electronic pieces added in “Felina” becomes a killer trance track I can’t wait to hear at a show.
The Moonbootica guys are back with “My Hot Dope.” This time, Purple Disco Machine try their hands at this one with more of a house vibe. They create a made to listen house remix that will surely satisfy the pure house fans as well as the new crowd just jumping onto the bandwagon. As more and more tracks are shifting to the shorter lengths it’s good to see “My Hot Dope” hanging in the seven minute region for all the right reasons. There’s no filler, just a lot of solid house music going on.
Mike Mago puts “Man Hands” on the deck with this house original. A groovy sound and in your face melodies make “Man Hands” a positive track that needs to be added to your library. The Dutch house connection works yet again as Mike does his thing. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, what is in the water that makes so many Dutch DJs this good? This is a fun tune that you all need to be spinning in anticipation for the weekend. Deep House Mix 2014