Vanguard Dutch drum & bass collectives Black Sun Empire and Noisia have been pumping out solid-state sub-bass for more than a decade. Now it’s your turn to represent your studio skills by reworking Black Sun Empire & Noisia’s tech stealth bomber “Hideous” on Blackout Music.
As always, the talented newcomers who take top honors in our Play remix contest each month continue to turn in polished reworks that go head-to-head with the originals. This time we take a look at now-officially-released winning remixes from our July, August, and September contests, which featured huge names like Blond:ish, Yousef, Tosca, Inner City, and PVT. Check out those winning tracks below, and enter the current stock of Play contests here.
Ready to join forces with a blockbuster dance-music superhero team? Now’s your chance in our latest remix contest. Skint Records’ usual suspects X-Press 2 (aka Rocky and Diesel) combine with the alluring NY-based Honey Dijon and the enigmatic UK producer Leo Zero to unleash the shuddering tech-house tremor “Let It Slam.” And they need your Herculean remixing powers to save the day.
In the early ‘90s, techno maestro Gregor Tresher emerged as a fledgling club DJ in Frankfurt, Germany. Today, he’s a seasoned journeyman plying his trade at marquee venues across the globe; from Berlin to Tokyo, Sydney to San Francisco. Now, he needs your studio expertise to rework his latest prime-time roller “Permafrost” on Break New Soil Recordings. What are you waiting for? Log-in. Download the parts. Upload your submission. And make your mark today.
Maverick Italian-born DJ producer Riva Starr (born Stefano Miele) has made his name with a clutch of irreverent remixes, bootlegs, and original material on Southern Fried, dirtybird, and Made To Play, among others. Now it’s your turn to prank this merry prankster by remixing his late-night house roller “Nobody’s Fool” on Starr’s own Snatch! Records.
On his 2010 debut, “I Can’t Wait,” Crosstown Rebels’ own Russ Yallop demonstrated that he knows how to craft a solid nu-school house tune that moves the crowd. Now it’s your turn to rock the party (that rocks the body) by reworking his latest tech-house lick, “The Journey,” featuring Aimee Sophia. Submit your remix by October 14 to be eligible to win a Magma Riot DJ backpack, a UDG Creator laptop stand, and a Sounds to Sample Elements library. As a bonus, you’ll also get your track signed exclusively to Crosstown Rebels.
It’s Tuesday, which can only mean one thing—a brand-new Play contest. This week, try your hand at remixing Aussie producer Bass Kleph’s “Less Is More” and you could take home a $500 voucher for a Pyramind Training course, gain access to a special tutorial taught by Bass Kleph himself, grab a copy of our Sounds to Sample Elements sound pack, and have your remix released on Vacation Records.
No doubt, if you’re a fan of Daft Punk, you know the importance that the duo’s erstwhile manager, Busy P (aka Pedro Winter), played in their success. But P’s real baby is his decade-strong Ed Banger label, through which he also releases his own killer tracks, like “This Song,” the featured tune in this week’s Play contest. Give it your best fix-up and you could win not only copies of iZotope Ozone 5 and our Sounds to Sample Elements sound pack, but you could also find your remix officially released on Ed Banger.
Each Tuesday we bring you a new and amazing remix competition on Beatport Play, but today is extra-special as we’re excited to present two huge opportunities to win.
Young bucks 3LAU and Paris & Simo teamed up with Bright Lights for the epic “Escape,” and now it’s time to add your name to that list of collaborators. Grab the parts to the track in this week’s Play contest, upload your remix of the tune, and you could have your version officially released on Hardwell’s Revealed Recordings, plus take home a Monster Clarity HD Model One audio system, a pair of V-Moda’s Crossfade M-100 headphones, and our Sounds to Sample Elements sound pack.