After having had huge releases on platforms such as Armin van Buuren‘s Armada Music and Kryder’s Sosumi Records, German House music producer and DJ Styline is back on track with another one of his typical ‘Power House’ productions in the shape of a remix for Australian DJ Kronic and American pop music group Far East Movement‘s 2015 track ‘Push‘. His production style being a well balanced mix between that of the mainstream and the underground, it does seem to tick all the boxes when it comes to being one that gets the dance floor shaking in tandem. Although the original from Kronic and Far East Movement has seen enough remixes already, the German producer’s take seems to be one that has been a path less traveled by fellow producers.
And as an artist assured to receive support from the top notch fellow performers of the industry, Styline’s latest remix for ‘Push’ has seen him receive supported from the likes of Kryder, R3hab, Daddy’s Groove, Dave202, VINAI and Luke DB among others. Released on Ministry of Sound Australia’s sub-label Downright Music, Styline’s remix of ‘Push’ puts forward the most peculiar kind of sound that enmeshes groove and techno while keeping it mainstream for dance floors across the globe. A globetrotter himself, it will be interesting to see Styline dishing out this remix, which he claims came to him after hearing it as part of the latest The Fate Of The Furious movie. Talking about his approach to the remix, Styline claimed:
“..I’m approaching things more club-focused. Especially if you go darker, it’s usually best to keep a nice groove, and let the instrumental breathe a little bit as well. And then specific to “Push,” we took the chords of the track and some other vocal samples we found throughout the original and interspersed them throughout the rework to spice things up.”