After stepping away from guest mixes for the better part of 9 months, KFT has decided to revamp the series! The first three installments featured mixes from Markquis, Live City, and Vaux & Rivera. This time around, we have the pleasure to host Sir Matty V on the fourth installment of the Exclusive Guest Mix Series.
We first discovered SMV when he dished out a remix of the viral single from Mr. Probz, “Waves.” That was far from his finest work, but it was enough to keep our ears peeled for future releases. He took on Bastille’s “Of The Night,” and just like his previous remix – flawlessly turned the tempo north and gave a rather subtle original an upbeat flip. Things didn’t slow down for the 23 year old Massachusetts native, he continued on the remix train with remixes of Deorro & Tommie Sunshine’s big room thumper, “Supa Hot Fiya” and Victor Niglio’s “Blackout.”
However, what’s most caught my eye (and ear) regarding his productions have been the steady yet constant increase in quality and complexity of sounds. This was held evident in his “Uptown Funk,” and my personal favorite – his Calvin Harris/Ellie Goulding remix.
But enough from me. Take this quote from SMV himself regarding the mix!
This mix includes a bit of everything that has inspired me lately in my productions. I’ve got a lot of original projects in the works that I’m very excited to share later this spring/summer and some remixes coming your way to tide you over in the meantime. Hope you all enjoy this guest mix for KFT!
– Sir Matty V
Without further ado, enjoy this Exclusive Guest Mix!
Tatanka, Alesso & 2 Faced Funks – Fast N Loud Powerbass (Uberjak’d vs. Sir Matty V Bootleg)
Swedish House Mafia vs. Knife Party – Antidote (Inducers Mashup)
Henry Fong & D.O.D – Bust Dem
Sir Matty V & Steve Melnyk – On Your Love
ZHU – Faded (Mikey P Remix)
Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars – Uptown Funk (Sir Matty V Remix)
Sugar Hill Gang – Apache (Kastra Bootleg)
Ummet Ozcan – Daftizer
Axwell Λ Ingrosso – On My Way
Tiesto & KSHMR vs. Sir Matty V – Secrets vs. ID
Torro Torro – Make A Move
Autoerotique – Badman (J-Trick Remix)
K Theory – Night Lights (Borgeous Remix)
Tommy Trash & Henry Fong vs Lefty – Love Like This Is The One (Uberjak’d Mashup)
Dirty Audio – Chiefin
David Guetta – Lovers On The Sun (StadiumX Remix)
Kygo – Firestone (Bassanova Remix)
Oasis vs Uberjakd & Who Killed Mickey – Wonderwall Break Edit
Deorro & Tommie Sunshine – Supa Hot Fiya (Sir Matty V Remix)
One Republic – If I Lose Myself (Lush & Simon Bootleg)
Gareth Emery – Eye Of The Storm (StadiumX Remix)
Myon & Shane 54 – Summer Of Love
Calvin Harris ft. Ellie Goulding – Outside (Sir Matty V Remix)
KFT Exclusive Guest Mix Vol. 4 (ft. Sir Matty V): Download
The idea behind The Sunday Collection is simple: easing you into next week. Enjoy your week.
After weeks of anticipation, Avicii finally revealed a SoundCloud link to his 2015 Ultra performance. The Swede left a message on Facebook that read “… http://www.avicii.com/ultra2015/” directing fans to a page with his Ultra set, pictures, and the accompanying tracklist. As expected the second half of his set was loaded with new material that has fans wondering if Stories could be even more groundbreaking than his 2013 debut album, True. A few notable moments in the set are first plays of “Heaven (Feat. Chris Martin)” and the reggae-infused closing track, “Can’t Catch Me (Feat. Matisyahu).” This may be the first time you’re hearing some of Avicii’s new tracks but it certainly won’t be the last.
01 00:01 John Newman – Love Me Again (Gemini Remix)
w/ 01:25 BlasterJaxx – Snake
w/ 02:14 Avicii feat. Audra Mae – Addicted To You (Avicii by Avicii)
02 03:30 Avicii feat. Salem Al Fakir – You Make Me
w/ Henrik B & Niklas Gustavsson & Peter Johansson – Echoes
w/ 05:06 Avicii feat. Salem Al Fakir – You Make Me (Throttle Remix)
w/ 05:43 Avicii feat. RAS – The Nights
03 Avicii feat. Dan Tyminski – Hey Brother (Avicii By Avicii)
w/ 08:31 Avicii feat. Dan Tyminski – Hey Brother (Syn Cole Remix)
w/ Avicii feat. Dan Tyminski – Hey Brother
04 11:27 Avicii feat. Etta James – Levels (Vitzi Old School Intro Bootleg)
05 13:42 Avicii & Nicky Romero – I Could Be The One
w/ 14:19 Dave Armstrong & Redroche – Make Your Move (Avicii Edit)
06 16:13 Avicii feat. Robbie Williams – The Days
w/ Mark Morrison – Return Of The Mack (Acappella)
w/ Jasmine Thompson – The Days (Avicii Cover)
07 19:11 Rudimental feat. Emeli Sande – Free (Ivan Gough & Jebu Remix)
w/ Avicii vs. Lenny Kravitz – Superlove
w/ 20:11 Avicii & Lenny Kravitz vs. Calvin Harris feat. Florence Welch – Superlove vs. Sweet Nothing (Alesso Mashup)
08 23:26 Avicii – Fade Into Darkness (Albin Myers Remix)
w/ 24:46 WasteLand – Maple
09 25:20 Nadia Ali – Rapture (Avicii New Generation Extended Mix)
w/ Tom Hangs feat. Shermanology – Blessed (Avicii Unreleased Vocal Mix)
w/ 28:45 Tom Hangs feat. Shermanology – Blessed (Aylen Remix)
10 29:26 Phunk Investigation – XXX
w/ 29:36 Tim Berg – Alcoholic (Acappella)
11 30:25 David Guetta feat. Sam Martin – Lovers On The Sun (Prod. by Avicii)
12 32:28 Avicii feat. Aloe Blacc – Wake Me Up
w/ 34:13 Henrik B – Hold On (Instrumental Mix)
w/ Avicii feat. Aloe Blacc – Wake Me Up (Acappella)
13 36:14 Coldplay – A Sky Full Of Stars (Syn Cole Remix)
14 38:07 Avicii feat. Tom Odell – Can’t Love You Again (Working Title)
15 39:31 Avicii feat. ID – For A Better Day (Working Title)
16 41:19 Martin Garrix & Avicii feat. John Legend – Waiting For Love
17 43:42 Avicii – City Lights
18 46:10 Avicii feat. Chris Martin – Heaven
19 49:45 Avicii – Attack (Instrumental)
20 51:14 Avicii feat. ID – True Believer (Working Title)
21 53:18 Avicii feat. AlunaGeorge – What Would I Change It To
22 55:13 Avicii feat. Wyclef Jean – Can’t Catch Me
Young Bombs are the absolute bomb right now. Ok… that was lame but surely half of you enjoyed it. Anywho, the Canadian duo of Martin and Kristin follow up their very well received Zella Day remix with a new remix, this time of XYLØ’s “America.” If you were a fan of YB’s remix of “I Wanna Feel,” then this one is likely up your alley. Deep dark sounding tone remains from the original, this time with a groovier feel. This one is just made for the clubs, so download it and play it out at your favorite venue, whether it be a local club, your bedroom, or a college pregame. Free download is below!
XYLØ – America (Young Bombs Remix): Download
Want more Young Bombs? Check out the guest mix they did for Felix Cartal’s Weekend Workout podcast! Tons of tunes fit for a great hour of jammin’ out.
While Loosid and Clips x Ahoy are relatively new unknown talents in the KFT blogosphere, things are about to change. The producers collaborate on “War,” a single out via EDM network. Hype Turner gives the track a retro groovy vocal that serves as the icing on this bass house cake. This one doesn’t necessarily knock you off your feet with heavy wobbles, but instead provides an easy medium between subtle and upbeat synth patterns. Enjoy this one, out via FREE download below!
Loosid & Clips x Ahoy – War ft. Hype Turner: Download
I had the pleasure of meeting Prince Fox during MMW at Casablanca Record’s Beatgasm event. Despite being an extremly talented producer, he was an even nicer kid. After pushing out a slew of successful remixes and playing a handful of sold out shows, Sam found it time to release his debut original, “Wait Until Tomorrow.”
As opposed to his heavy future synth style that has gained him much acclaim as of late, the Prince ventures into different waters. The recipe for his first original track includes house, future bass, indie, and elements of trap. The vocal pulls the whole thing together, however for the time being, the name of said vocalist remains unknown. Enjoy this one below, streaming on Spotify and out for FREE download!
Prince Fox – Wait Until Tomorrow: Download | Spotify
Listening to Flume and Sam Smith combined for the first time, I imagine I had the same realization as the genius who had the idea to combine peanut butter and jelly to make the world’s most renown sandwich: this is incredible / why wasn’t this done years ago? Some producers were just meant to remix certain vocalists, such as Alesso with OneRepublic. The styles match. Same deal here. Flume’s unique style of heavy calculated synth drops are perfect for a heavenly vocal such as Smith’s, and the styles just fuze naturally. Enjoy this one, because it’s a piece of art.
Intrigued by Flume’s sound? Catch him on tour here.