Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Here we are again with this week’s Slap Pack series, wherein we feature the top tracks which captured our full attention and clearly stood out amongst all the other songs that we have received and reviewed over the course of the week. We’ve got some dope vibes coming your way on this set.
So let’s get right to it! Here are the top songs that made the cut for this week’s Slap Pack Vol. 5:
Luke Max hits us with his very own fun and upbeat rendition of Francis Mercier & Alodot’s “Waiting For” Feat. Beatrice Thomas. His subtle treatments, with his catchy synths and mad layering skills, greatly enhanced the overall feel of the original. His melody took a more lighter approach which really got the uplifting vibe going.
Luke Max – Francis Mercier & Alodot’s “Waiting For” Feat. Beatrice Thomas (Remix)| Download |
Argüello got us grooving with his recently released remix of Capital Cities’ “One Minute More”. The progression on this one has a very slow and relaxing flow. Definitely a refreshing take on the original, giving us a pretty unique and interesting chilled ambient vibe, with its entrancing synth work and harmonies.
Argüello – Capital Cities’ “One Minute More” (Remix) | Download |
Reed Streets brings the summer vibes back with his own take on Vance Joy’s “Riptide”. Soothing and smooth flow. It’s one of those tracks wherein you can’t help but put on a loop and just get lost in the music, because of the warm and positive atmosphere that it creates. Definitely a prefect track to play on a relaxing afternoon with some of your friends.
Reed Streets – Vance Joy’s “Riptide” (Remix) | Download |
Alpine releases his brand new original mix called Solstice. He decided to show off a softer side on this particular production and calls it the lighter sequel of his hit aggressive track Gaïa. A fun, upbeat, and vibe-full melodic progression that will surely leave you feeling heaps better than you did before listening to it. Best played with loud speakers and good company.
Alpine – Solstice | Download |
More Plastic, a DJ/Producing brother-duo act, hailing all the way from Copenhagen, Denmark, takes on Hedegaard’s “Make You Proud”. Their sickening production really goes at it as soon as you press the play button. Progression was on point. It’s definitely hitting me on all the right places. Who needs a redbull when you have this energy booster right here.
More Plastic – Hedegaard’s “Make You Proud” (Remix) |