Dance Your Glasses Off — adventure club

ADVENTURE CLUB “Retro City” - Bronze Whale Remix If...

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ADVENTURE CLUB “Retro City” - Bronze Whale Remix If you love Adventure Club, and I know you do, your Monday just got wayyy better. Bronze Whale’s OFFICIAL remix of “Retro City” just made today feel like an eternal Friday. They’ve really done the track justice. The airy synths, the glitchy vocals, the intoxicatingly drawn-out bass make it an instant classic. It really is the bass that makes this remix so spectacular; it vibrates its way from your walls to your ears to your inner being. I have a feeling I’m going to break the replay button on this one today....

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ButterKnife by HeavyWeight (Mitis Remix) It seems like...

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ButterKnife by HeavyWeight (Mitis Remix) It seems like everything that Mitis releases lately is just coated in a layer of awesome. In his new remix of ButterKnife by HeavyWeight, Mitis has cut and layered female vocals with the precision of a sushi chef and combined them with a killer melody, shrill synths and a massive beat that makes this one of his most intricate and exhilarating tracks to date. It seems as if Mitis has channeled the better qualities of both Skrillex and Adventure Club, which can only mean good things. It’s no surprise that his production quality is so high;...

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To A Friend Remix by Adventure Club,Original...

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“To A Friend”  Remix by Adventure Club, Original song by Alexisonfire   Here’s a collection of the tracks that we’ve had on repeat this August. We’ll open it up with an amazing new track titled “To A Friend” by Alexisonfire, remixed by the ever-brilliant Adventure Club. Hopefully they’ll keep you dancing through the weekend!

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Retro City Original Adventure Club...

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“Retro City” Original Adventure Club Production There are very few groups with whom I already know that a track is amazing before I press play, and Adventure Club is one of them. The Montreal duo makes perfectly placed synths, vocals and drops that are neither too heavy nor too soft seem effortless. In “Retro City,” female vocals and melody are one in the same, and the synths and bass alternate between smooth buildups and a beat that is sure to throw the club kids into a frenzy.  And you can tell that they love their fans as much as we...

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