[Release] R3hab & Swanky Tunes feat. Max C – Sending My Love (Remixes) [Wall Recordings]

Sending My Love - Remixes

Release Info

TRACK NAME: Sending My Love

ARTIST(S): R3hab & Swanky Tunes

REMIXER(S): Afrojack, Hard Rock Sofa, Tommy Trash, Kaskade, Cazzette

LABEL(S): Wall Recordings

GENRE(S): Progressive House, Electro House

RELEASE DATE: 19.12.11

BUY LINK: Buy Link

With the Original track coming out back at the end of August, Sending My Love was known as one of the greatest releases of 2011. With great vocals to easy to sing along to, a hard build up, and a nasty drop that will blow you away it’s no wonder five great artists asked to remix it. The remix package will include a Hard Rock Sofa, Tommy Trash, Kaskade, Cazzette remix and an Afrojack Edit. All five of these artists have been on a major roll with the success of tracks like Turn It Down from Kaskade, Killmode and Make Some Room from Cazzette, Tommy Trash’s The End and Future Folk, Hard Rock Sofa’s new HUGE banger on Axtone Quasar, and Afrojack’s Lionheart which completely blew up and the unreleased Can’t Stop Me Now with Shermanology.

The group Hard Rock Sofa, totally transformed it into a bouncy tune with Oriental sonorities! With a hard intro similar to Quasar, the group then lays down a flute behind the vocals of Max C working perfectly and adding a feel to the track like never before. The build up will have you on the edge of your feet until it drops starting higher and going down with a hard, hard hitting bass.

Afrojack’s edit involves a melodic introduction with a Tommy Trash style instrument that will build up harder then in the original, with the same drop we all know and love with the sound used previously to help build up the track coming in as a filler to make the drop even more harder then before.

The Cazzette remix is unlike any previous Cazzette track we’ve ever heard before, this time using heavy dubstep style sounds with a lighter drop then we usually see but as time progresses gets much heavier and more dubby, and the build up will feature crazy sounds with the vocals placed on top which fit perfectly building to a even harder drop then before.

The Kaskade remix starts with a catchy tune indescribable, that transitions into some perfect piano to aid the vocals, then with the help of some claps and a different arragment of the vocals we hear it start to build up as the claps and bass are lowpassed and the vocals are killed until it drops melodically, with a hard hitting bass. This remix will be one of the tracks that when you hear live will blow your mind.

The Tommy Trash remix features a drop with hard hitting bass that gets aid from piano and a vocal chop. He uses the same type of chords of the original with the addition of some little “zoom” sounds to give you a totally different feel. Using the piano and the vocal chop he had before for the build up until it drops again.

The remix package is out now on Afrojack’s own Wall Recordings grab your copy now.

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