2014-04-08T13:44:11-04:00 2014-04-08T13:44:11-04:00

Goldroom causes Mø's "Don't Wanna Dance" to lift off in his remix

It feels like Goldroom is constantly creating new remixes utilizing a similar airy and buoyant touch throughout. The LA producer always seems to be within the same pulse of all of the up and coming trends in the industry, meticulously choosing songs with exceptionally catchy hooks to take under his wing. So, why not take on , the Danish songstress who is coming off of the release of her debut album and seems to have the scene buzzing all around her unique take on music that lies somewhere between experimental r&b and pop?

Stretching the lead single off of Mø's new album ("Don't Wanna Dance") to five minutes, Goldroom allows Karen Marie Ørsted's vocals to carry the song and set the direction. Filled with an elastic beat and soaring textures, it seems that the only thing that Goldroom borrows from the original track is the vocals. Easing into a heavy groove, once the drop hits the remix locks on, only to let go through an extended break before kicking back into full swing and eventually leaving us all wanting more.

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Expect more Mø songs to receive remix treatment in the coming months as her label (RCA Victor) seem to be taking the no expense is too great mentality in her promotion and it is easy to see their reasoning. 

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7 years ago

I've had this remix and the original on repeat the past few days. Loving the music video for Don't Wanna Dance too -- make sure to check it out if you haven't already