Dash Berlin Vs. Band Of Horses – The Funeral [Progressive Trance Bootleg]

We don’t need to talk a whole lot about this next one. We’ll let the song do it for us.

Even saying that the track is hauntingly beautiful and epically refined would do no justice in describing how fantastic this next jam is. The king of Trance, Dash Berlin has finally released a clean copy of the song his fans have been raving about. No pun intended.

What song is that you ask?

Why it’s his very own bootleg of ‘The Funeral’ by Band of Horses. Dash does this already legendary song a service by weaving in radiant doses of his progressive trance styling. It sounds heavenly. We would like to imagine God himself is grooving on this as we speak, with all the angel hunnies getting down and dirty.


The man knows how to party. Geeeeeez.

The Remix Mastery of Sound Remedy (Artist Spotlight) [FUNKY] [HAPPY]

His remix of Daughter’s ‘Medicine’ has been popping up everywhere, and it’s no coincidence.  What separates Sound Remedy from the rest is his mid-tempo style that fades into a more complex electronic backdrop.

In a interview with The Sight and Sounds, he states that “I want to make music that makes people happy, or sad, as long as it makes them feel something.”

A feelings guy? We like your style.

The product of two musical masterminds (his parents were both graduates of The Julliard School of Music), this LA-based producer was classically trained to read music and play the piano at a young age. This musical background is apparent in his tracks, which are among some of the most finely tuned and polished in the EDM scene. Unlike most artists, his songs evoke a range of emotions – touching on a wide spectrum of styles in his remixes and original tracks.

We’ve attached a few of our favorites. So now you got that going for you.

Daughter – Medicine (Sound Remedy Remix) [HAPPY] [FUNKY] [FREE DL]


A Chicagoan that knows how to remix. And a name that subconsciously suggests it. 

Sound Remedy, currently residing in L.A., has a knack for electrifying rather uncanny songs. On his Facebook, Sound Remedy claims that he “Cant Stop. Won’t Stop. EVER.” 

Ever? That’s pretty ill, dude. It’s a promise that makes us excited, and even a little bit hot and bothered (the good kind of hot and bothered). 

With triumphant vocals from Elena Tonra in his remix of ‘Medicine’, Sound Remedy masters that choppy chill-step he’s become famous for throwing down.

And just to give as generic of a summary as possible, his remix of ‘Medicine’ is one of our favorites thus far in 2013.