Russian DJ/producer ChinKong presents the breakout single “High Up!” by Karina Koks.
No stranger to the limelight, Karina Koks is one-third of the popular Russian girl group “Slivki”. Inspired by the soulful sounds of songstresses like Erykah Badu, Koks abandoned her pursuit of a law degree to follow her passion for music. She brings soulful elements of R&B into her records and her diverse influences have shaped her into a versatile artist. Already a successful singer and songwriter in Russia, Koks is ready to share her gift with American dance music lovers.
Her collaboration with ChinKong on “High Up!” results in a catchy club ballad about the willingness to overcome a relationship’s obstacles. The song’s climatic build and memorable lyrics will have everyone singing along. This package also includes the D’Lebedev Moscow remixes.
Radikal Records announces the release of “Under The Sun”, a breakout single from vocalist Ida Corr. Her voice is both soulful and uplifting and the single’s catchy lyrics are perfectly blended with Dance-Hall influences, giving the song massive pop appeal. Grammy winning Jamaican artist Shaggy, best known for his singles “Boombastic” and “It Wasnt Me”, lends a flirtatious, tongue-in-cheek rap to “Under The Sun”.
R&B/Dance vocalist Ida Corr is not just another pretty face. This Denmark native of Gambian and Danish ancestry became an international star when her 2007 single “Let Me Think About It” conquered dancefloors and charts all over the world. The song was remixed by DJ/Producer Fedde Le Grande and became the most played song on BBC Radio 1 and was number one of the US Billboard Dance Charts.
The dreamy, Caribbean rhythm of “Under The Sun” is transformed with a versatile collection of remixes. The Jason Gault, Cut Up Boys, and Michael Kaye remixes deliver House and Electro renditions. The Out Of Sight Mix, Dave Lambert & Housetrap Remix , and Lenny Ibizarre Remix take a different approach, incorporating elements of Deep House and Chill-Out. This eclectic package has a mix for every mood.
“Grab Your Super Soaker, Fill It Up With Vodka!”
Bombs Away has managed to become one of the most popular remixers in the game. Their high energy performances and party anthems have made them a hit amongst the festival circuit both in their native Australia and abroad. What makes Bombs Away unique is their ability to produce hits while experimenting with multiple genres — Dubstep, Hip-Hop, Electro, and Hard House.
Thomas Hart and Sketch are the creative minds behind Bombs Away. Fresh off the heels of their hit single “Swagger,” the duo is set to dominate the charts again with “Super Soaker.” The song’s catchy hook and repetitive rhythms are perfectly matched with Hart’s suggestive lyrics. These Aussies are always the life of the party and their accompanying music video does not disappoint. The pair wage a war with beautiful girls in bikinis who are armed with water guns. Coming from Bombs Away, could you expect anything else?
Radikal Records completes this package with remixes from some of the biggest names in EDM — Mark Breeze, Pelussje, Smile On Impact, Brooklyn Bounce, Pheststa, Mobin Master, & Tate Strauss. Producer Mike Modulate (better known as Rocket Pimp) created a breakthrough remix of “Swagger.” Now, he returns with a pulse-raising, electro-house remix of “Super Soaker” that is not to be missed.
Radikal Records announces the release of “Insane (In Da Brain)” by DJs From Mars Featuring Fragma. Since its debut, the single and its accompanying music video has become a viral sensation, paying homage to the best videos in pop culture and dance music like Benny Benassi, 50 Cent, Bruno Mars, and The Chemical Brothers.
DJ’s From Mars have become one of the biggest “bootleg” acts in the business. Their ability to create genre-bending hits can be directly attributed to their diverse collaborations. Since emerging on the scene in 2004 they have remixed songs from everyone from Adele to Nirvana. Following their 2008 single “Who Gives A Fuck About Deejays”, “Insane (In Da Brain)” further solidifies their place as one of the biggest acts in dance music.
Fragma is a German dance project that was founded in 1998 by brothers Marco and Dirk Duderstadt and Producer Ramon Zenker. The group added German vocalist Damae Klein and recorded their first break-out single “Toca Me” in 2000. Fragma went on to produce “Toca’s Miracle” which became one of the biggest mash up tracks in dance music. The group continued their success with chart topping singles like “Embrace Me”, and “You Are Alive”. Marco & Dirk Duderstadt have diversified their sound across multiple genres. Under the moniker Duderstadt, the duo became acclaimed trance producers, creating cutting edge tracks that are supported by the biggest names in the industry. As Inpetto, the duo shifted towards a progressive house sound, remixing for the likes of Jerry Ropero and Cosmic Gate.
With the single “Insane (In Da Brain)” Fragma and Damae are ready to dominate the dance-floor once again through their collaboration with DJs From Mars. Gabry Ponte delivers a mix with pop sensibility while DJ Erro transforms the single with a dubstep remix. Production duo Rico Bernasconi & Max Farenthide bring a deeper, progressive house mix and additional remixers include Muttonheads, DB Pure, The Coolbreezers, and DJ Ross & Anthony Viale.
The Andrews Sisters help popularize the Swing with their 1937 hit single, Bei Mir Bist Du Shoen. In 2011, German producer, Tomato Jack brings the Swing back with an electronic touch. This club version of the song is a refreshing take on a vintage classic. This single contains 3 versions of the song including the video mix, extended mix, and radio edit.
Radikal Records announces the release of “Try Remixes” by Schiller featuring Nadia Ali – a rework of the stand out single off Schiller’s 6th album, Breathless.
Formally the front woman and songwriter of the band IIO, Nadia Ali remains one of the most recognized voices in dance music. IIO’s singles “Rapture” and “Is It Love” not only dominated The Billboard Dance Charts, they also resonate as classics today amongst dance music lovers.
“Try”‘s moody vibrations paired with Ali’s delicate yet sultry voice result in a track that is both soothing and uplifting. The single is now revisited with “Try Remixes” a collection of new remixes from some of the biggest names in dance – Thomas Gold, Jerry Ropero & Stefan Gruenwald, and Frank Lamboy.
In three short years, Berlin based DJ/ Producer Thomas Gold has built an impressive back catalog. His solo releases combined with his remix work reads like the who’s who of the global dance scene. The “Thomas Gold Remix” of “Try” is progressive house at its best – addictive drums matched with a hypnotic melody that results in a build that is both soulful and climatic.
Belgian DJ Jerry Ropero has made a name for himself through collaborations with Inpetto, Dennis The Menace, and Danzel. For “Try Remixes”, Ropero teams up with Stefan Gruenwald in the “In Motion Remix”, delivering an energetic, progressive house vibe while maintaining the ethereal qualities of the Schiller original.
Veteran New York DJ/ Producer Frank Lamboy takes Ali’s seductive vocals and seamlessly blends them with tribal influences and deep house beats in the “Lamboy Club Mix”, resulting in a contagious club anthem that will have everyone’s hands in the air.
“Try Remixes” are a must for any house music lover.
In recent months, dance music from Romania has been topping the music charts all over the world. Tom Boxer’s hit Morena dominated iTunes and was a #1 hit in Romania, Poland, and Israel, following in Stereo Loves footsteps.
Tom Boxer both wrote and composed Morena which features the beautiful vocalist Antonia Lacobescu. Boxer prides himself in engineering contagious melodies for the dance floor that will inspire others to live his philosophy – pure love for God, the universe, and people.
Now with Morena Remixes, Radikal Records debuts a collection of never released remixes from Kash Trivedi, Sean Garnier, Mute Box & PhunkBomb, Funky Junction and Claudio Viti, and The Perez Brothers.
Israeli production duo The Perez Brothers deliver an electro-house, club anthem while UK Bootleg Producer Sean Garnier’s rendition of Morena is both dark and seductive as he selects a deep/ progressive house approach.
Kash Trivedi’s unique sound and experimental style has been known to bring crowds to any dance floor. His remix of Morena contains contagious progressive rhythms that seamlessly blend with his electronic break-beat and Hindi influences.
These remixes breathe new life into the original and are not to be missed!
Radikal Records announces the release of “Paradise” from veteran Australian producer Sam La More. “Paradise” seamlessly blends a gorgeous melody with club driven drums. With elements of Indie Dance and Nu Dsico, “Paradise” delivers an 80′s retro vibe that is reminiscent of Phil Collins.
Formally half of the electronic music duo, Tonight Only, More is best known for Tonight Only’s collaboration with Nelle Hooper for Gwen Stefani’s debut solo hit “What You Waiting For?”
Having produced hits and remixes for the likes of Gus Gus, Empire of the Sun, Kaskade, Ladytron, Sneaky Sound System, and The Black Eyed Peas, Sam La More has become one of the most accomplished producers in Australia.
The blissful psych-pop vocals are courtesy of 27 year-old singer/ songwriter Liam Gerner. With “Paradise” His gifted lyricism is perfectly matched with his youthful voice and soulful energy.
This package includes remixes from some of the biggest heavy weights in Australia’s club scene -Urchins, Hagenaar & Albrecht, Rob Pix and Dcup. The Mutiny remix extends the track and delivers a club anthem for House music lovers.
Italian pop star Ana Maria Quaini, affectionately called Mina, first performed Tintarella Di Luna in 1959 and it quickly became a number one hit. Radikal Records is proud to announce the release, Tintarella Di Luna, a remake from Italian production duo Alan & Paul (Alan Palmieri and Paolo Mele).
This single was also produced by Grammy nominated DJ/Producer Gabry Ponte, formally of Europop group Eiffel 65. His first singles as a solo artist Time to Rock and Geordie reached the top of the charts, making him one of the most popular artists in Italy. He adds a pop sensibility to his collaboration with Alan & Paul on Tintarella Di Luna.
Popular remixers Paki & Jaro have teamed up with international DJs Afrojack, Thomas Gold, and Roger Sanchez in the past. Most notably, their remixes of Edward Maya’s Stereo Love became instant hits. Now Paki & Jaro transform Tintarella Di Luna into a contagious party smash that will once again top the international DJ Charts.
Radikal Records announces the release of Caya Caya from veteran house DJs Frank Lamboy and Glenn Friscia.
Friscia & Lamboy have worked as a production team since 2003 having remixed some of the biggest pop songs of the last decade. Their collaborations include some of the biggest names in the music industry such as Mariah Carey, Britney Spears, and Cher. Their success lies in their ability to blend soaring vocals with Tribal and Progressive House beats. This ability to transcend genres is apparent once again in their new release Caya Caya; a Latin House record filled with percussion and soul.
The songs upbeat progression and dominant piano make it hard for any listener to sit still. This package includes the vocal edit along side the La PLaya, Piano Forte, and Saxy Club remixes.