Pro Remix 14 – Track Guide

Pro Remix 14 contains 15 official remixes of new, forthcoming and on-trend tracks including latest releases from Bklava, Chainsmokers x Cheyenne Giles, Marshall Jefferson, Kaleena Zanders + Shift K3Y and Pete Tong x Ultra Naté x LP Giobbi x Jules Buckley.

Mastermix Creative Consultant Dave Evans gives you the lowdown on how these tracks will fit into your mobile and club DJ sets.

1. Bklava, Jamie Boy Bassline – It’s Your Time (Extended)

This is blowing up everywhere at the moment. Driving UKG vibe and great vocals. Get this in your prime time sets and throw in some Lock ‘n’ Load for an old skool fusion.

BPM: 136 Style: UK Garage

2. The Chainsmokers x Cheyenne Giles – Make Me Feel (Extended Mix)

This is a BIG ‘big room’ track. Great horns pre-empted by a soulful intro before building up to take your audience over. Hands in the air time on the floor.

BPM: 124 Style: Bass House

3. Deeper Purpose – Shake It (Extended Mix)

Bringing back memories of Bam Bam and Baby Ford this Tech House track has a nod to the acid era to it. Maybe not one for the commercial mobile floor but this will work very well in the big rooms or with tech nights.

BPM: 127 Style: Tech House

4. Future Flex – Lover (Extended Mix)

Pulse’s anthem is given a 2023 makeover by Future Flex. The original is a classic for its era and this version takes the chorus hook and gives it a modern radio friendly feel while still retaining the energy of the original.

BPM: 136 Style: House

5. GHSTGHSTGHST – Beatdown (Extended Mix)

Pitched up vocal – check, fairground synth – check , thumping bass – check. This rave induced track will ‘beatdown’ your audience and take you back to the days of early Prodigy and 2 Bad Mice.

BPM: 128 Style: Techno

6. Alison Goldfrapp x Claptone – Digging Deeper (Extended)

The vocals on this tune are so sublime that this house banger will float over your audience and induce them onto the floor. Great track.

BPM: 125 Style: House

7. Jodie Harsh – Hectic (Extended)

You might not be raving like ‘99 as suggested in the vocal but with the catchy “ooh ooh” hook and dance floor vibes this track will fire up your floor be it on the mobile circuit or in bars and clubs.

BPM: 125 Style: House

8. Marshall Jefferson, Ten City & Wh0 – I Love Me (Extended Mix)

Featuring Byron Stingily on vocals this collab between the US legends and the UK’s Wh0 is an anthem in the making, uplifting pianos and a driving house beat show that Byron and Marshall haven’t missed a step after nearly 40 years in the dance business. Don’t miss the drop too.

BPM: 125 Style: House

9. Leftwing Kody – Music Is The Medication (Extended Mix)

Tech House belter from Leftwing with a slight under tones of early bassline to it. Simple vocal and no nonsense beats will drive your audience to appreciate this track.

BPM: 131 Style: Tech House

10. Lostboyjay – Could Be Wrong (Extended Mix)

Using a sample from Brandy’s 1994 hit ‘I Wanna Be Down’, Lostboyjay has created a dance song that is both radio friendly and a prime-time track. Simple but very, very effective.

BPM: 129 Style: Dance

11. Luude & Issey Cross feat. Moby – Oh My (Extended Mix)

OK, so who thought that taking Moby’s laid back classic ‘Porcelain’ and turning it into a D’n’B smash would work? Anyone? Massive thanks to Luude for creating this then. Issey Cross’s vocals lay perfectly over the drums, and this really shouldn’t work…but it does!

BPM: 172 Style: Drum & Bass

12. Daniel Steinberg – Home Wrecker (Extended Mix)

Terrace favourite in the making, 70’s infused funky bass and piano mixed with a solid house rhythm makes this a tune to slot right into your house sets.

BPM: 127 Style: Funky House

13. Pete Tong x Ultra Naté x LP Giobbi x Jules Buckley – Free (Do What U Want) (LP Giobbi Club Edit – Extended)

Finally out fully after kicking around for a couple of months, this update of an all-time dance floor (26 years old now) classic has the energy of the original coupled with a true 2023 feel. Going to be big.

BPM: 125 Style: House

14. Young Marco – What You Say (Extended)

Taking a leaf out of Jason Derulo’s book and sampling Imogen Heap’s 2005 hit ‘Hide And Seek
Young’. Marco starts the year with a dance smash signaling his intent to run the floor in 2023. Simple track but effective, again echoing a slight rave drum beat to it this is radio friendly and should be right up with your prime-time set.

BPM: 136 Style: Dance

15. Kaleena Zanders & Shift K3y – Vibration (Extended Mix)

This is simply a great dance record. From the opening beats to the massive vocal drops this house banger delivers 5 minutes of piano infused dynamite. Perfect for sliding in and out of old school sets with or just taking over the floor on its own.

BPM: 127 Style: Future House

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