The Best Remixes Of The Week 027

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Kick off your week with banging remixes from Sweater BeatsBlankeShallouneutral.Mickey Kojak, and more. Also check out our feisty Run The Remixes playlist on Spotify with all our all-time favorite remixes, updated weekly.

Kiiara – Messy (Sweater Beats Remix) | Stream

Sweater Beats always keeps us on our toes with his glittery dance pop remixes. This year alone, the spunky, donut-loving producer has unveiled shimmering remixes of Fall Out Boy, Panic At The Disco, MAX, and Hayley Kiyoko. Now, he’s topped off his catalogue with a delicious remix of Kiiara‘s “Messy”. Bright, emotional synths bounce around Kiiara’s ethereal vocals before dropping into a wonky future bass drop that will immediately make you move and shake. Sweater Beats has definitely turned up the heat for this one.

Prince Fox – Space (feat. Quinn XCII) [Blanke Remix] | Stream

Prince Fox has been churning out sultry future pop originals for the past year and his Quinn XCII collaboration “Space” is an easy standout. He’s now enlisted rising Australian producer Blanke to turn the pop ballad into an airy dance banger. Blanke lifts that dark, grungy electro original with airy bass lines and electrifying synth melodies that twinkle amidst the dreamy atmosphere. Blanke has seamlessly transformed Prince Fox’s “Space” into a whimsical wonderland.

Weezer – Say It Ain’t So (Young Bombs Remix) | Stream

Three months ago, remix kings Young Bombs marked their 50th remix with their brilliant take on Kygo and Miguel’s “Remind Me To Forget“. The Vancouver duo are now back with a fiery flip of Weezer‘s throwback hit “Say It Ain’t So”. Young Bombs layer the original guitar melodies with crisp percussion and electrifying synths. Young Bombs have seamlessly crafted a unique dance remix inspired by the original’s rock roots and it is absolutely amazing. This is one of Young Bombs’ finest remixes yet.

Daya – Safe (Shallou Remix) | Stream

Up and coming indie producer Shallou has consistently impressed with his diverse remixes of Lauv, Petit Biscuit, and Quinn XCII. He’s now dredged Daya‘s “Safe” in his warm, glistening pop and it’s stellar. Shimmering synths and snappy percussion soar into a wave of bright indie dance that is absolutely breathtaking. Shallou has certainly outdone himself with this one.

Travis Scott – Sicko Mode (LUCA LUSH REMIX) | Free Download

LUCA LUSH never fails to deliver a slamming remix. The remix extraordinaire has now put his touch on Travis Scott‘s Astroworld with an incredible future bass flip of “Sicko Mode”. LUCA LUSH’s eclectic production shines as he transports the Travis Scott original through synth heavy future bass choruses and bass filled trap drops. LUCA LUSH has definitely gone off on this one.

XYLØ – Don’t Panic (Ruhde Remix) | Stream

Newcomer Ruhde is making quite an impression. The Italian producer first caught our eye with his imaginative official remix of The Chainsmokers’ “Somebody” and now he’s rolled out his future pop soundscapes for XYLØ‘s “Don’t Panic”. Ruhde combines flirty vocal chops and bright, twinkling synth stabs to craft bouncy, effervescent drops. His handiwork on this one is absolutely stellar.

Jai Wolf – Lost (Yetep Remix) | Free Download

Yetep is one of the fastest rising talents of the year. He’s now unveiled a jaw dropping remix of Jai Wolf‘s latest original “Lost” and it will have you swooning. Yetep has darkened Jai Wolf’s 80s infested original, spiraling light, easy going melodies and chilling bass lines around Chelsea Jade‘s haunting vocals. This is one of Yetep’s finest remixes yet.

The Chainsmokers – Somebody (neutral. Remix) | Free Download

Neutral. continues to amass more and more recognition with every remix. With remixes of Lost Kings, Shaun Frank, and San Holo already in his catalogue, neutral. has drafted a shiny new remix of The Chainsmokers and Drew Love‘s “Somebody”. Neutral. wraps “Somebody” in gorgeous rumbling synth melodies and breezy percussion that take the remix to an otherworldly place. Neutral. has seriously stepped up with this remix.

Autograf – Gravity (ft. French Horn Rebellion) [LEFTI Remix] | Stream

Rising Brooklyn based producer LEFTI has seriously impressed with his fiery official remix of Autograf and French Horn Rebellion‘s “Gravity”. His funky house spin takes a turn to darken the soundscape with deep bass thumps and sharp percussion. Check out Autograf’s full Gravity/Dead Soon remix pack here.

Mickey Kojak – Get Out (Mickey’s ’07 Club Edit) | Stream

After enchanting listeners with the release of his latest single “Get Out,” Mickey Kojak is up to something new. Presenting fans with a bright new rendition deemed ‘Mickeys ’07 Club Edit’, his artistry is expanded further into oblivion. Displaying his creative prowess once more, the edit offers a sensual and deep house rework to the original. In case you didn’t fall in love with the original, this version is sure to sink deep into your heart. Omar Serrano

Bearson – Get Lost (feat. Ashe) [Ford. Remix] | Stream

Recently dubbed Foreign Family Collective‘s latest find, newcomer Ford. has certainly impressed with his new remix of Bearson‘s “Get Lost”. Ford. gives “Get Lost” a vintage hip hop feel similar to that of Sango and it’s utterly irresistible. He sinks Ashe‘s golden vocals in shimmying percussion and lush synths that flourish with a dreamy nature. Ford. is definitely one to watch this year.

The Chainsmokers – Side Effects (feat. Emily Warren) [Mielo Remix] | Free Download

Chicago producer Mielo has us shaking in our boots with his shining remixes of Slow Magic, Cailee Rae, and now The Chainsmokers. For his latest remix, Mielo has taken on “Side Effects”, The Chainsmokers’ latest Emily Warren collaboration. Mielo’s “Side Effects” remix is dark and adventurous, bursting with thumping basslines and bouncy vocal chops. Mielo has seriously stepped up his game with this vibey remix.

Lauv – Paranoid (Felix Palmqvist Remix) | Free Download

Swedish producer Felix Palmqvist has garnered hundreds of thousands of plays across his remixes of Khalid, The Chainsmokers, XYLØ, and more. He’s now dropped another stunning remix of Lauv‘s “Paranoid” and it is amazing. Felix Palmqvist combines elements of indie, pop, and future bass, masking breezy guitar melodies with dreamy percussion and vibrant synths. Felix Palmqvist is definitely one to watch this year.

Dabin – Lights feat. Trove (Spirix Remix) | Free Download

Spirix has been making a name for himself in the future bass world with his banging remixes of Zeds Dead, Sweater Beats, and The Chainsmokers. For his latest remix, he’s added a summery touch to Dabin and Trove‘s “Lights”. Spirix drapes the collaborative original in upbeat melodies and feel-good rhythms that bring a bright summer feel to the track. Spirix has certainly outdone himself with this one.

Travis Scott – Stargazing (DIV/IDE Remix) | Free Download

DIV/IDE just dropped a big one.  There have been lots of attempts at remixing various Travis Scott songs from his new album Astroworld but this has to be one of the best. The duo put their talents to work on “Stargazing” turning it into a banger that can’t be missed. Hunter Thompson

Lucian ft. Tim Moyo – Mary Jane (Coopex Remix) | Stream

19 year old French producer Coopex has certainly impressed with his new remix of Lucian and Tim Moyo‘s “Mary Jane”. No stranger to Lucian, Coopex first caught our eye with his remix of “Love & Leave“. Coopex has drafted a vibe encrusted future R&B remix that bounces with deep, chilling vocal chops and sultry melodies. Coopex is definitely one to keep an eye on this year.

Lost Kings – Stuck (feat. Tove Stryke) [Syence Remix] | Free Download

Up and coming duo Syence are making quite a name for themselves. Over the past year, they’ve collaborated with Steve Void and crafted vibey remixes of The Chainsmokers,  Two Friends, Autograf, and FRND. Syence have now delivered a stunning remix of Lost Kings and Tove Stryke‘s “Stuck”. Their lush future pop remix immediately captivates with its bright, colorful synth melodies and snappy percussion before diving into dance worthy chorus. Syence have struck gold with this remix.

Khalid – OTW (Hälder Flip) | Free Download

Hälder first caught our eye with his impeccable remix of Lauv’s “I Like Me Better“. Since then, he’s dropped his Spinnin’ Records signed project not cool. and has now dropped off a gooey remix of Khalid‘s “OTW”. Hälder wraps the Khalid original in a sultry downtempo R&B soundscape filled with breezy, chilled percussion and dreamy synths. This remix is simply gorgeous.

Jai Wolf ft. Chelsea Jade – Lost (Squaws Remix) | Stream

Rising star Squaws has slowly been taking over our pages with his fun future bass remixes of Louis The Child, Whethan, and RL Grime. His latest remix takes on Jai Wolf‘s new synth pop single “Lost”, spinning it into an enticing future bass wonderland filled with dark synths and boisterous percussion. Squaws is definitely one to keep an eye on.

Two Friends – Bandaid (Facade & AVSTIN JAMES Remix) | Free Download

Facade is back with yet another stunner and this time he’s enlisted the help of AVSTIN JAMES to spin Two Friends‘ “Bandaid” into a phenomenal thriller. The duo have perfectly accompanied the original’s flirty vocals with vibrant synths and light percussion that bring a summery dance pop vibe to the track. Facade and AVSTIN JAMES have certainly outdone themselves with this one.

RL Grime – Undo (feat. Jeremih & Tory Lanez) [Ashur Remix] | Free Download

Up and coming Miami based producer Ashur has wowed us with his refreshing remixes of Childish Gambino, Oh Wonder, Banks, and more. He’s now flipped RL Grime‘s NOVA single “Undo” into an even darker future trap banger by pitching down the vocals and trading out the original’s plucked synth melody for airy chord stabs. Ashur is on quite a roll this year.

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