This summertime superstar hit engages all the feels and hits the beat in all the right places.
Futuristic bass electronica producer Mielo releases redux of Porter Robinson's 'Say My Name' [Listen Here]
The Chainsmokers original, “ROSES" has been catching hearts since the Summer, and it’s still gaining some serious momentum. Looking to the duo as inspiration, Hi I’m Nick is thrilled to release his remix of “ROSES”.
From the dreamy, future bass original, Hi I’m Nick takes his own spin on The Chainsmokers track speeding things up and adding in more bass without losing it’s silky smooth flow. Hi I’m Nick released the Roses remix today on Soundcloud and is avalable for FREE download. Listen here.
ABOUT Hi I’m Nick
In West Philadelphia born and raised on the playground is where he….Oh wait, wrong story.
In Lebanon, PA creating music is how Nick Horacek spent most of his days. Hockey player turned DJ/Producer, there is no doubt that he has found his calling. First kicking off his career as half of the duo, United As One, they landed a spot at Pacha in their early days. Now, Nick spends his time in Arizona actively pursuing a solo career as Hi I’m Nick.
As a DJ and producer, Hi I’m Nick steps away from being defined by a genre and focuses on creating upbeat, quality music with good vibes to create an environment where people can come together to let loose. From Frat parties to Mad Decent Block parties, He’s quickly making a name for himself.
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Club hopping electro house fellow Henrix has been giving away more gifts than Santa Claus as of late. Following his "Drop Low” on Kaskade's label we're getting an unexpected rendition of the 1966 classic "Big Spender". Henrix puts his own bass-driven, club-friendly spin on this anthem for the sharp dressed gentlemen buying tables and popping bottles in the VIP sections around the world.
If you've drank from the bottle and spilled some Grey Goose on your Ralph Lauren button-down, this track salutes you. If you've danced on couches with people on all sides, this track salutes you.
Halogen takes the new Jack Ü a little deeper.