MAYD FT. MISS PALMER – PEAK HOUR MUSIC

Though a newcomer, Jorge Mayado aka MAYD is set to hit the scene in a big way. His debut release with Peak Hour Music, “Stolen Skyline” featuring Miss Palmer and Pistols & Pints, is a heart felt progressive house track with a big room feel that could easily find its place in a major festival set. Miss Palmer’s breathy, emotional vocals recounting the loss of someone dear against solemn piano chords gives way to uplifting synths and a trance inspired build as the lyrics shift to expressions of hope that her sorrow will pass. MAYD explains that his inspiration for this track was the desire to create music that “people love and would make them want to dance” and indeed he has succeeded with “Stolen Skyline,” creating a song that will move people both physically and emotional.

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01. Showtek vs Tyga – Molly
02. Juicy J, Young Jeezy, Reece Low – Show Out
03. Bingo Players – Buzzcut
04. Firebeatz, Rick Ross, Bass Jackers & Kenneth G – Gangster Husselin Duckface (Kitsch 2.0 Bootleg)
05. Juicy J – Say No To Ratchet Pussy (Showtek Bootleg)
06. Rick Ross – BMF (W&W Ratchet Club Bootleg)
07. Sak Noel vs Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike – Turn up the party (Reid Stefan Mashup)
08. Nicky Romero vs Drake – Started From The Bottom (Symphonica Bootleg)
09. Pitbull – Don’t Stop The Party
10. TJR – Bass Down Low Ode To Oi
11. Alice Deejay, Fatman Scoop – Better Off Playing Hard Alone (Spencer & Hill Remix)
12. Deorro, Christina Aguilera, Sidney Samson – Feel This Moment (Tek One Reloaded Bootleg)
13. Rihanna – Pour it Up (The Cataracs & Borgeous Remix)
14. Zedd feat. Foxes – Clarity (Young Bloods Remix)
15. The Cataracs ft Luciana – Big Dipper
16. Static Revenger & Miss Palmer – Bullet Train
17. Krewella – Alive (Hardwell Remix)
18. Armin Van Buuren & W&W – D# Fat Out of Heaven (Bruno Mars Dashup)
19. Fedde Le Grand vs LA Riots – Glowing
20. Red Hot Chili Peppers – Otherside
21. Knife Party VS Alesso – Raise Your LRAD (Hardwell Mash Up)
22. Armin Van Buuren feat Trevor Guthrie & Knife Party – This Is What It LRAD Like
23. One Republic – If I Lose Myself (Alesso Remix)

Bad Boy Bill, DJ Bam Bam & Miss Palmer – Looking For Something (Original Mix)

Bad Boy Bill & Dj Bam Bam feat. Miss Palmer – Looking for something

Bad Boy Bill & DJ Bam Bam ft Miss Palmer – Looking For Something

Tom Swoon – ‘Who We Are’ feat. Miss Palmer

Going back to 2010 a Polish DJ/Producer formerly known as Pixel Cheese started his producing and DJ-ing career. Born in 1993, this young gun – now distinctively known as Tom Swoon – has made some major leaps forward in the world that breathes electronic dance music. Although being quite new to the scene, his productions and remixes would make you believe he’s been doing it for years.

His unofficial remix of NERVO feat. Ollie James – Irresistible got early support by the Nervo ladies themselves, while his Swedelicious bootleg of Gareth Emery & Ashley Wallbridge – ‘Mansion’ has made it onto Gareth Emery’s own podcast.

Under his previous moniker Pixel Cheese, he gained lots of attention thanks to his bootlegs and remixes, most prominently his booty mashup of David Guetta & Aviciivs Laidback Luke – Till Sunshine (Pixel Cheese Bootleg) topping over 8 million YouTube views.

But remixing is not the only thing in which Tom Swoon excels. With his debut single ‘Elva’ (Ultra) (receiving early support from the likes of Tiesto) – ‘Who We Are‚’ feat. Miss Palmer – Tom Swoon is making sure he’s here to stay!

Felix Cartal – Black To White Feat. Miss Palmer (Angger Dimas Remix)

The release of Felix Cartal‘s ‘Black To White’ remix EP on Dim Mak Records, featuring new renditions from Angger Dimas, Clockwork, and The Loops of Fury. Today, Felix has been kind enough to give us an exclusive listen to the remix from Indonesian Big Room maestro, Angger Dimas, in which Dimas stays true to form and provides a heavy Progressive Electro take on the vocally-driven original. A calming build for the first couple of minutes leads to a thumping breakdown fit for any main room or festival stage.

Felix Cartal – Black To White (feat. Miss Palmer)

Today, Felix Cartal featuring Miss Palmer “Black To White” delivers remixes from Angger Dimas, Clockwork, and The Loops Of Fury. All the reworks surge fearsome color into the pop influenced B&W single.