The melodic maestro from Sweden, Otto Knows, combined with YouTube sensation Lindsey Sterling and america’s most sought after modern violinist have produced a dance symphony. Stepping away from his usual 128 bpm style, Otto Knows has opted for a more progressive, down-tempo beat which accommodates Sterling’s instrumental skill rather perfectly.

Yet another hint that 2016 is going to be a promising year for dance music with artists stepping into new territories and breaking familiar boundaries. Otto Knows ft. Lindsey Sterling & Alex ArisDying For You is available for preview on Spotify at the moment, so go check it out below.

Bottai‘s new track “Shinobi“, which was premiered on “Hardwell On Air” is now available as a free download via his soundcloud page.

The Kid Coconut team gives away a new track, to express its gratitude for all the support that the label enjoyed this year.

No Regular & Pessto created “Ardor“, which was editted by Michael brun himself. The result is astonishing. See for yourself.

Mixed and compiled by our cooperator in Brussels #Eugene, the last Viralbpm‘s “Veatures mix” features one hour of non-stop tunes from some of the most exciting established and emerging talents wolrdwide.

Among them uprising Matt Deemer, who gave us an exclusive download, his new original track titled “Never“. We think that his future will be bright, as Matt’s musical inspirations improves the best styles evolving on the EDM scene nowadays. “Never” will be available for free download just on time for New Year’s Eve. Until then Viralbpm team recommends you to stay tuned.

Boasting an impressive 18 tracks, including not only the latest remixes from great new talents, such as Corey James, Vigel, Vicetone, RavenKis, Slamdown, Matisse & Sadko, but also tracks from Kaskade, Hardwell, Fehrplay, Paris & Simo, R3hab, KSHMR, Jewelz & Sparks and Breathe Carolina & Ryos with our favorite masterpiece “More Than Ever”.

Veatures mix | #V02 Exclusive track: Matt Deemer – Never

H5-2015 by E.D.Msquad. on Mixcloud


  1. Thomas Sagstad ft. Wildo – Burned (Kaskade Remix)
  2. Adrian Lux – Torn Apart (Fehrplay Remix)
  3. Galantis – In My Head (Matisse & Sadko Remix)
  4. Hardwell & Tiesto ft. Andreas Moe –  Colors (Vicetone Remix)
  5. Norman Doray & Tristan Garner feat. Errol Reid – Last Forever 2015 (RavenKis Remix)
  6. Breathe Carolina & Ryos – More Than Ever (Club Mix)
  7. Matt Deemer – Never (Original Mix) [Viralbpm Exclusive]
  8. Paris & Simo, Errol Reid – Can you see (Original mix)
  9. Jochen Miller, Simone Nijssen – Slow Down (Vigel Remix)

  1. The Legend of Zelda – Ocarina Of Time (Hardwell Remix)
  2. Ummet Ozcan – On The Run (Extended Mix)
  3. R3hab & Headhunterz – Won’t Stop Rocking (Original Mix)
  4. Dash Berlin, Clement Bcx – I Take Care (Club Mix)
  5. Kaskade ft. Ilsey – Disarm You (Slamdown Remix)
  6. R3hab & KSHMR – Strong (Extended Mix)
  7. Jewelz & Sparks – I Can Fly (Extended Mix)
  8. Hotlife, Tomo Hirata & Derek Hake Ft. Anna Yvette – Got You (Original Mix)
  9. Corey James & Joakim Molitor – Morning Sun (Original Mix)

As an ID, ‘Keep It Comin’ grabbed the attention of some of the industry’s leading tastemakers, counting spins from The Magician, Oliver Heldens, Bakermat, Don Diablo, Chocolate Puma, Klingande, Robin Schulz, Nore En Pure, Chris Lake and plenty more amongst its ever-growing list of high profile supporters. However, the real payoff came when Danny Howard took to the airwaves to reveal the artiste to be Northern Ireland’s Junior J live on BBC Radio 1’s Dance Anthems show this Saturday.

Now, with the hype building and the track due to be released by Spinnin Deep on January 25th, Junior J‘s world is about to be flipped upside down in the biggest event of his career to date.

A re-work C&C Music Factory’s 1992 classic ‘Music Is My Life’, Junior J takes the finest elements of house music and puts them to work in what is arguably one of the catchiest tracks of the year. A perfect remedy for the dark winter days, ‘Keep It Comin’ brings serious summer vibes from the off, fusing Deborah Cooper’s incredible vocals with bells, bass and a melody that has earworm written all over it.

Now that the cat is out of the bag, expect ‘Keep It Comin’ to be on permanent rotation in a stereo near you, and watch as 2016 explodes for Junior J.


Dear fans,

This year was so amazing, you made us reaching goals that we never thought to ever reach.

To say thank you and to wish you a Merry Christmas, we decided to give away our new track ‘Crash’ for free!

Let’s hope the best for this 2016, let the music be always with you.

With all our love,


Following the recent release of Televisor’s uplifting track ‘Remember Me By’ which dropped last week on disco:wax, the Copenhagen-based label have now put out an impressive 4-track remix EP. With each production outfit bringing their own unique style to the track, the ‘Remember Me By Remixes EP’ is a truly invigorating release with universal appeal and is available to purchase now via all digital retailers.


Hailing from the stunning region of Ipanema in Rio De Janerio, Brazil, Cesare’s remix is less Brazilian – more Nu-Disco – tethering Richard Judge’s melodic vocals over crisp percussion and a killer bass hook, bringing a new energy to the track. Elating piano chords and playful panned synths all add to the track’s rich, expansive texture and euphoric quality. Upcoming Swedish talent Osmo brings his signature sound to a masterful arrangement of ‘Remember Me By’ which features marimba samples and a funky guitar riff, all of which contribute to the track’s slick groove and tropical sound.

Burgeoning musicians and LA-based producers Betablock3r infuse their rendition with both live and electronic musical qualities. Richard Judge’s reverberated vocals feature alongside a quirky electric guitar melody and swelling synth refrain to produce a warm and uplifting electro-pop delight. For the final track, Dutch producer Knight One brings the funk with luscious keys and measured cowbell as a soulful, soaring bass-line brings everything together with an undeniably nu-funk texture.

This collection of remixes comes just a week after the release of the original single ‘Remember Me By’ by internationally celebrated duo Televisor. As the track gains momentum the remix package will only further its scope, reaching several different genres and fan-bases within the dance music spectrum.


Fresh off the back of their previous release ‘Getting Ready’, My Digital Enemy team up with German heavyweight duo Plastik Funk to bring you a huge record that certainly follows no rules. ‘Y I Left U’ is forthcoming on their prestigious imprint Zulu Records on 11th January 2016.

Struck with sharp stabby vocal hooks and pumped full of energy, ‘Y I Left U’ is the perfect example of both duos’ meticulous production skills. A striking garage infused house track that crosses boundaries and highlights a step up in gear for Zulu Records – ‘Y I Left U’ is certified proof that four heads are better than two.

About My Digital Enemy

Off the back of releases on Toolroom, Size Records’ sister label X and Spinnin’ Deep, My Digital Enemy have established themselves as a worthy production duo all whilst running two labels Zulu and Vudu Records. After finishing 2014 as the third highest selling house artists on Beatport, this year they have received on-going support from the likes of Pete Tong and Annie Mac on tracks ‘On A Ragga Tip’ & ‘Jack My Body’.

About Plastik Funk

Having met in 2002 at a club in Cologne, Plastik Funk have since tapped into the minds of music lovers worldwide, representing Germany on the frontline of house music. They have previously received a personal invite from Avicii to play as part of his Sunday night residency at globally renowned Ushuaia in Ibiza as well as gaining continuous support from influential tastemakers including Tiesto, Steve Angello, Nicky Romero and Afrojack. With a UK top 20 under their belt for their release ’Dr.Who!’ and an international touring schedule – its easy to see why their music stands so prominently amongst the rest

Came upon this well-worked progressive remix from SickTapes on “Our Kingdom“. The Abel Ramos and Jose De Mara track was “revamped” beautifully, enjoying the support of marcus santorodigitaljunkiezsyskeytomvenwasback.

One of Stockholm’s most talented producers, Otto Knows, returns with a brand new remix.

This time he dedicated his unique swede style to alter Axwell/\Ingrosso’s smashing music production “Something New” on Virgin/Def Jam recordings.