“Ready For The Weekend (Don Diablo Remix)” by R3hab & Nervo

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A progressive house track turned deep. Don Diablo has been on a streak lately, and it’s definitely because of everyone’s current obsession with deep sounds.

“Ready For The Weekend” is definitely a club banger, no doubt. And, when you think of deep, you definitely expect the track to be turned down a little bit. Wrong. Don Diablo keeps the energy going and just makes the mood a little darker. That’s what everyone wants, and that’s what everyone gets. An amazing remix by Don Diablo.

Release Date: September 29, 2014 | Beatport

“Soundwave” by R3HAB & Trevor Gunthrie

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An interesting play for R3HAB, but for many dance music fans, this direction is a good one. Normally, R3HAB creates big-room bangers. With his chainsaw sounds that has taken him to top spots on music charts, R3HAB is definitely a name that people know.

Now, we get more of a progressive track from the legend. Trevor Guthrie, the vocalist for Armin van Buuren’s “This Is What It Feels Like.” There seems to be a trend of uplifting tracks this week; and now, we can add R3HAB to that list. Amazing release through Spinnin Records.

Release Date: September 15, 2014 | Beatport

“How We Party (Dotcom’s WTF Trap Remix)” by R3HAB & VINAI

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Dotcom is a producer I ran across while searching for a good “Hate Bein’ Sober” remix almost a year ago. Well, he’s been shooting out crazy Festival Trap remixes ever since. It’s great to see how far this producer has come since his mash-up video was featured on our site two years ago.

“How We Party” has been making the rounds on everything from festivals to remixes. Dotcom wastes no time taking this heavy track to the next level of hype with a crowd-filled intro, Big Room Trap sounds, and a drop that clearly was the inspiration for this remix’s title.

Thanks to the free download you can bounce around to this track in your room, in the car, or even in some friend’s house while pre-gaming tonight!

Video: “Ready For The Weekend” by R3HAB & NERVO ft. Ayah Marar

This should cheer up your Monday and have you waiting anxiously for this coming weekend. R3HAB and NERVO came together to create this up-beat, lighthearted progressive house track. With a melody that will remind you of the best days of summer and the couple of free days we all cherish that we all know as the weekend.

Ayah Marar, the talent behind Calvin Harris’ “Thinking About You” is leading the vocals on this track as well. Unlike her collaboration with Calvin Harris, there is more of an anthemic approach. Honestly, can’t wait for this track’s release and more importantly, the weekend.

Release Date: August 18, 2014

“Don’t Wait (R3HAB Remix)” by Mapei

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An interesting change up from R3HAB. It seems as though a ton of artist are switching up their styles for one or two tracks to diversify their portfolio. “Don’t Wait” has been a track that has attracted a ton of attention recently, and R3HAB definitely capitalizes on the surge. This remix extends the groove to the original, with tropical house elements playing here and there.

This is definitely not your typical R3HAB, festival house track. Get ready to chill to this one.

“How We Party” by R3HAB & VINAI

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The Italian duo, VINAI, is back with another massive collaboration. If you didn’t guess already, they’re out with another big room track to get the crowd going.

R3HAB, one of the leaders in the festival house game, is the other artist featured on the track. Like VINAI’s most recent track “Raveology,” we get a little bit of a Melbourne Bounce vibe in this one.

Release Date: August 1, 2014 | Beatport

“Unstoppable (Wildstylez Remix)” by R3Hab ft. Eva Simons

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Wildstylez is no stranger to the heavy hitting genre of hardstyle. Hardstyle is slowly growing strength in the U.S. dance music markets and has already had a massive impact over in Europe and Australia for years now.

I’m definitely a proponent to spreading this 140-150 BPM genre. For many first time listeners, you might be familiar with the genre if you were ever exposed to more hardcore techno back in the 90s and early 2000s.

Always with hardstyle tracks, there’s some sort of mid to high frequency synth that pierces through all the heaviness giving the track more of a euphoric vibe. Huge props to R3HAB for picking this up for his remixes EP.