DJ Track Reviews (w Jayden Briggs)


Mammoth (Original Mix) – Moguai, Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike
This track is one of those records that will never get old to me, and I never want to end. With a minute fifteen build from the very get go, it just keeps on bringing more and more energy as the track progresses. “Ear-tingling” pads and perfected synths all inevitably come together and build up into a high intensity “big room sound” drop, this is one track that will get anyone off their seat – You will be humming for days after hearing it.

Zunami (Original Mix) – Merk & Kremont
Merk & Kremont have to be one of my favourite Artist’s at the moment with their sound revolutionising the way I see the genre that they are dominating. They are doing this, in my opinion, by mixing what some may call “Bounce” “Progressive House” and “Big Room” all together for a sound that is ready for any stage, while creating their own genre at the same time. This is a set favourite of mine and never disappoints.

Eva Simmons – I Dont Like You (Meltek Remix)
This is the type of track you can play pretty much anywhere and you and everyone else (Especially the ladies) will be singing their heart out. Meltek delivers a spot on chord progression throughout the whole track along with uplifting Pads and Risers infused with Eva Simmons amazing voice to give you a Progressive master-peice. His Deadmau5 and Porter Robinson mashed influence shines through in this track creating a certain vibe about it that makes you just want to smile.

Surecut Kids – Bust Up Da Place (Lefty Remix)
Melbourne Local “Lefty” and coincidently one of my good mates, steps up the bar again like he has been making a habit of lately with this new unreleased remix for Surecut Kids. This Remix starts off with with a Melody that captures your ears straight away and is automatically stuck in your head. The breakdown in this remix is what grabbed my attention; a slow, Rustafarian sounding beat with Surecut Kids Vocals giving it a unique Jamacian feel I hadn’t heard in a track in this genre before.

Modest Life – RÜFÜS
Rüfus don’t just make “Deep House” in my opinion, they take it to the next level. The Vocals in their track “Modest Life” literary take you on a journey, you’ll find yourself singing at the top of your voice and you won’t even mean it or realise you were doing it. This track will make you feel like you’re 18 and it’s summer all year long.

JAYDEN BRIGGS (Guest Writer)