Last week we covered the first round of remixes for Martin Garrix & Dua Lipa‘s chart breaker, ‘Scared To Be Lonely’. Now, as promised here is volume 2 of the official remix package. Volume 2 features lesser known names but equally talented nonetheless; from deeper flavors to harder styles, this wave of remixes will show you a world of new music.
Let’s begin with Medasin‘s take on ‘Scared To Be Lonely’. Going the future bass route with his version, Medasin has managed to chill down the original and inject euphoric elements into the track. The complementing elements of bass and top-line merge beautifully, resulting in a stellar production.
Loud Luxury were also picked for remix duties; the Dutch duo have seen great success after releasing their track ‘Something To Say’ on Tiesto’s AFTR:HRS imprint. Fusing deep, tech and future house elements in their version, the lads have our approval.
If you’ve been looking for a ‘harder’ version of the hit track, look no further. LOOPERS has done his usual magic, completely transforming the song and boosting all its elements so it’s ready for festival season. Watch out for the funky 8-bit sounds.
Next up we have the very talented Joe Mason. The Australian producer’s previous remixes have racked up millions of plays across streaming platforms and we wouldn’t be surprised to see similar results with this one. Close your eyes and let Joe take you on a journey with his lush synths.
Los Angeles based Gigamesh did not disappoint either. Laying out some solid atmosphere to Dua Lipa’s top-line and following up with a sweet drop, Gigamesh’s remix caters to a wide audience.
Last on the list is rising Canadian producer, Conro, who hits us with a massive future bass rendition of ‘Scared To Be Lonely’. Don’t let the airy & relaxed verse fool you, Conro’s chorus comes in strong with hard hitting synths.
Check out the remixes via Spotify below.