Pro Remix 13 – Track Guide

The lowdown on the selections for Pro Remix 13; featuring 15 official remixes of new, forthcoming and on-trend tracks, by Mastermix Creative Consultant Dave Evans.

1. Blk. x Bklava – Enter The Dragon (Are You Up?) (Extended)

If you are a fan of Schak this is right up your street. A sleeper track from 2021 which is on-point for the bouncing crowd of today.

BPM: 147 Style: Funky House

2. Bougenvilla & NOME feat. Chris Alain – Long Train (Extended Mix)

Taking the Doobie Brothers classic to another level. Cleverly using the riffs to generate a funky guitar driven track this is a prime time (long) train to the dancefloor.

BPM: 125 Style: Funky House

3. DJ Blighty – My Lovin’ (Extended Mix)

Lovely soulful Ibiza / deep house breaker. Ideal for slotting into a set with the likes of Gorgon City or Lost Frequencies. Haunting vocal style projects a strong vibe.

BPM: 126 Style: House

4. Higgo x mustbejohn – I Just Wanna Dance (Extended Mix)

Take a soulful funky instrumental and slide over a vocal delivery that Example would be proud of and you have a sure-fire winner for Spring 2023 sets.

BPM: 132 Style: Funky House

5. INJI – Madeline (Sam Girling Extended Remix)

The original has been all over TikTok since its release in September, but Sam Girling pumps it up for 2023 with a faster beefier mix with a nod to 80s hip house rhythms. Play this and watch the reaction from the dancefloor.

BPM: 132 Style: Dance

6. Marshall Jefferson, Rudimental, House Gospel Choir – FWD (Extended Mix)

The legend that is Marshall Jefferson teams up with Rudimental and the House Gospel Choir to produce this House anthem. The bassline grabs you and the vocals are more on point than a set of new pencils.

BPM: 128 Style: House

7. Jengi – Bel Mercy (Extended Mix)

Mix an 80’s Reggae vocal with a 2011 Belgian electronic hit and you have a stomper for 2023. An intro perfect for sliding over a looped exit then a tech house floorfiller comes crashing in.

BPM: 127 Style: Tech House

8. Joy Anonymous – JOY (God Only Knows) (Original Mix)

It’s not often a Beach Boys chorus features on a house track, but Joy Anonymous have re-worked the classic 1966 track and created a soulful House track that will slot straight into a peak time ‘hands in the air’ set.

BPM: 126 Style: House

9. Lucas & Steve x DubVision feat. Joe Taylor – Feel My Love (Redondo Extended Mix)

Lucas & Steve return with another funky house gospel influenced massive track. The vocals are inspiring in their styling and the vibe demands attention. Shades of ‘Together’ and early Bob Sinclar in this track.

BPM: 126 Style: Funky House

10. Majestic & Karen Harding – Sweat (Extended Mix)

Good sing-a-long hook from Karen Harding on this Funky House radio-friendly belter from Majestic. Expect this to make A-lists on radio stations for the Spring.

BPM: 124 Style: Funky House

11. ManyFew x PBH & Jack – Up To No Good (Extended Mix)

Sampling the Porn Kings classic, ManyFew bring it up to date with a piano driven Funky House track designed to take you back in time but still feeling fresh.

BPM: 125 Style: Funky House

12. The Melody Men, James Hurr, Tima Dee – Dip It (Extended Mix)

Taking House and giving it a dancehall vibe, Dip It is a fun track with catchy lyrics and a thumping vibe to it. Might not be a commercial hit but a definite secret weapon to cross over from house to dancehall with.

BPM: 122 Style: House

13. Sigala x MNEK – Radio (Extended)

A song you will be hearing a LOT of on the radio in the forthcoming weeks. Catchy song in the commercial “Sigala” style. You know what you are going to get from this… a singing dancefloor.

BPM: 126 Style: Dance

14. Darius Syrossian feat. DJ Supreme – I’m The Joker (Extended Mix)

Sampling DJ Supreme from his 1997 smash ‘Tha Wildstyle’, this is a 4×4 banger with a twisted bassline designed to bring back memories for the old schoolers and wobble the new generation.

BPM: 129 Style: 4×4 Garage

15. Tiesto x Solardo feat. Poppy Baskcomb – I Can’t Wait (Extended Mix)

Tiesto goes back to his roots with a Techno infused hit in the making with drops taking you back to 1999. Commercial enough for radio but stylish enough for a clubbers crowd.

BPM: 125 Style: Techno