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Andy Jarvis Remixes Florence And The Machine’s ‘You’ve Got The Love’: DJcity Exclusive

UK-based DJ/producer Andy Jarvis returns with a tech house remix of Florence and The Machine‘s 2009 hit, “You’ve Got The Love.” The track was initially released to widespread acclaim by The Source featuring Candi Staton in 1986 and was remixed and re-released before Florence Welch’s take in 1991, 1997, and 2006.

Regarding his version, Jarvis says, “Nothing beats hearing the opening lines to ‘You’ve Got The Love.’ I really wanted to produce this remix to get the song playing back in the clubs again. Enjoy my tech house remix of this incredible song with a surprise element on the drop that will be sure to make the crowd go wild!”

Preview Andy Jarvis’ “You’ve Got The Love” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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Tomicio Remixes David Guetta’s Nicki Minaj & Afrojack Collaboration “Hey Mama”

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Dutchman Tomcio returns with an uptempo, bass-laden take on “Hey Mama,” David Guetta‘s 2014 collaboration with Afrojack and Nicki Minaj. The global top 10 pop and dance hit was a hook-driven electro-trap banger. Tomcio’s remix gets a racing and booming moombahton refresh.”

“Normally, I remix urban classics that are way older, but ‘Hey Mama’ seems a bit forgotten despite being less than seven years old, and I really wanted a new version of it for my DJ sets,” says Tomcio. “So I provided more energy and my Dutch moombah style.”

 

Preview Tomcio’s “Hey Mama” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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Freejak Remixes David Guetta and Sia’s ‘Titanium’: DJcity Exclusive

UK-based DJ and producer Freejak has delivered a heavy tech house style take on David Guetta and Sia‘s decade-old collaboration “Titanium.” The racing synth builds of the Billboard US Dance number-one hit pair well with thumping house rhythms on the track to take little from the energy of the original but still allow the remix to retain its own unique energy.

“For me Titanium has to be one of the most finely crafted songs in the dance music pantheon. It’s a song that could translate to any style from acoustic, to Rock to Club to country and it would still stand up,” Freejak says. “I can remember playing this track at festivals and clubs and feeling incredibly lucky to be a DJ at that point in time, and those moments will definitely stay with me forever. I tried to envelope many influences with tech house style bass lines, house style heavy drums and uplifting Progressive leads but allowing the incurable vocal to take pride of place where it should rightfully be.”

Preview Freejak’s “Titanium” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

 

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Related Post: Andy Jarvis Remixes Tom Novy’s ‘Your Body’: DJcity Exclusive

Andy Jarvis Remixes Tom Novy’s ‘Your Body’: DJcity Exclusive


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Nottingham-based  DJ/producer Andy Jarvis has dropped his first DJcity premier. The up-and-comer has delivered a heavy, techy take on German house producer Tom Novy’s 2004 hit “Your Body.”

“As I usually remix current releases, for example; Meduza, Dua Lipa, and an official remix for Ed Sheeran, it’s been very refreshing to remix older big house classics,” Jarvis says. “Combining my own sound and spin to the classics is allowing myself to merge both old and new into one modernized sound… I enjoy combining the tech house alongside an element of big room with a hard hitting, powerful drop.”

Preview Andy Jarvis’ “Your Body” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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Related Post: Rogerson Remixes Zedd’s ‘Clarity’ Feat. Foxes: DJcity Exclusive

Rogerson Remixes Zedd’s ‘Clarity’ Feat. Foxes: DJcity Exclusive


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Dutch DJ/producer Rogerson is back with another remix exclusively for DJcity. This time, it’s a refreshing, funky take on Zedd and Foxes‘ 2012 big room smash “Clarity.” The emotive dance ballad was a triple-platinum-selling hit that reached the top of Billboard’s Dance Music chart and was a top-10 charter on Billboard’s Hot 100.

“For me, Zedd is one of the greatest producers out there,” Rogerson says. “Because of that, it wasn’t easy to create a theme for this remix, as its original is so good already! I like dark deep sounds for my remixes, but this one wouldn’t fit… because of it’s musical key. So I made the choice to create something completely different, and I think it worked out really well!”

Preview Rogerson’s “Clarity” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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Related Post: Sage The Gemini’s ‘Gas Pedal’ Remixed by Mark Cutz: DJcity Exclusive

Sage The Gemini’s ‘Gas Pedal’ Remixed by Mark Cutz: DJcity Exclusive


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Sage The Gemini‘s 2013 hit “Gas Pedal” has been given a bass-heavy twerk refresh by Mark Cutz exclusively for DJcity.

“I actually approached this remix as an original track,” Cutz says. “I had zero ideas of putting the ‘Gas Pedal’ vocals over it because I was just focused on making something funky [and] bouncy. The track was built around the triangle instrument that is sprinkled throughout. I was recently listening to some classics, and heard that same triangle instrument on Nu Shooz‘s “I Can’t Wait” from the 80s. That’s what gave me the motivation to give you guys this remix of ‘Gas Pedal!’”

Preview Mark Cutz’s “Gas Pedal” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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