Kocha here. I usually post on obscure music like space disco and tropical vibes but I HAD to make a post on on this song because 1. Kaskade is one of my favorite DJ’s and 2. this song is damn good. Kaskade remixed Usher’s “Climax” produced by Diplo to be a bangin’ club hit and it is awesome. It has “Kaskade sex music” written all over it, with the signature mellow moments of piano keys and silky, melodic vocals of who else but Usher. It’s party time. Ladies, go ahead and fantasize about a threesome with Kaskade and Usher to this song.
Kaskade has been making moves recently with his release of the album Fire & Ice, along with a slew of huge remixes, like the ones on Zedd‘s The Aftershave and Dada Life‘s Happy Violence. Now it’s time for Kaskade to get the remix treatment, and who better to do it than the ATL dirty electro mastermind Le Castle Vania? Developing what is most probably the catchiest synth in a drop ever, he totally rips up this remix and creates an a-bomb of a track. Keep doing what you do LCV, The Control Plan salutes you. The remix is slated for a release soon on Ultra Records. Until then, the boys at Radio Control Plan got your hookup right here:
I’m sure I don’t have to introduce any of you to Kaskade. The House Mastermind from Evanston, IL, has worked with big names such as deadmau5 and remixed everything from Britney Spears to Skrillex to Outkast. A regular at major music festivals such as Ultra and EDC, Kaskade needs to keep his sets hype, so every now and again, he’ll churn out a quick mashup. Here we have Don’t Stop Kissing, and mash-up of Kaskade & EDX’s Don’t Stop Dancing and Alex Gaudino’s Kissed. Ethereal vocals + Big house synths = Prog house magic.
Another series! This one’s simple. It’s the last week or so in one post. We’ll round up our very latest favorites and recent releases and just leave them here – yours for the taking. Let us know what you think in the comments!
I would like to share with everyone some awesome electronic dance tracks that have found themselves nestled somewhere in my top played list in iTunes.
This is for anyone who still classifies all electronic music as ‘techno,’ or who turn their alt-rock noses up at their friends for listening to what they choose to describe only as ‘uhn tiss uhn tiss uhn tiss.’ The same way that your indie buddies link you stuff like this, these cats could also maybe give this type of music a chance too. I have here a blister pack of electro house champions that they would, and you would, regret missing out on…