It might be Monday but that doesn’t mean it has to suck because I’ve got some good music for you! Producer yh is back with a very unique album. He has taken 16 of his favorite songs and made remixes. The best part though is the fact that 100% of the proceeds will go to charity! Some artists he puts his touch on are, Notorlious B.I.G., Zedd, Daft Punk, Above & Beyond, Skrillex and more. The end result is a fantastic adventure of sound.
The first tune is Blackmill‘s Evil Beauty and he makes it as wonderful sounding as Blackmill does too with his tracks. The original piano is used as is the vocal samples. The chilling pads and violin make this a fine production. The next track is Notorious B.I.G.’s Spit Your Game. The young producer turns this into a grimy Hybrid Trap tune that gives this an updated version. The 3rd tune is Vaults‘ Midnight River. It’s a Future beat with some excellent sound design. The next remix is Vallis Alps– Young. Another Future beat that is simply pleasant to listen to. The 5th remix is Flight Facilities‘ Foreign Language. Has a bit of a Blackmill-vibe yet a solid music production. The next remix is Stan Sb aka Fox Stevenson – Anyone Out There. This tune is more energetic than the previous remixes and provides a nice touch. The 7th remix is Zedd’s Spectrum. An uplifting Dubstep tune, it’s a stellar production; the piano bit was fantastic too. Daft Punk’s Get Lucky is the next remix but it’s only 35 seconds so it’s more of an interlude to enjoy for the moment. Vaults’ Cry No More is the next remix. This kid likes his beats Future and does such a great job with it. Number 10 is a remix of yh’s original Scars. He uses the same electrifying Dubstep lead with some notable changes to the background sounds he’s using. The 11th remix is Skrillex and Ellie Goulding‘s Summit. This has a sort of Trance-feel to it and a solid production. The remix he takes a crack at is Swedish House Mafia‘s Save The World. Reminds of how Dubstep used to be. The 13th remix is Deadmau5– The Veldt. Some minimal yet fine Dubstep to be heard. The next track is Clint Mansell‘s outstanding piece, Requiem For A Dream. This must of been a hard remix to produce as the original is simply a masterpiece. But yh did an astonishing job with his gritty and powerful Dubstep version. The next remix is another one of his track with Norland called Mint. It sounds fairly similar to the original but a bit more peppier. The last track on this amazing album is Above & Beyond’s Thing Called Love. It is the more melodic Dubstep tune on the album and is simply incredible.
yH – The Remixes | Download |