Alright, fair is fair, and I’m breaking my own rules by posting something a vintage 3 months of age. However, you’ve been kind enough to follow me off the beaten path and through my headspace recently. As such, I thought I’d ease that tenseness in your shoulders by giving you a cannon blast of big room jamz.
Marc Rémillard has been igniting dance floors from the great white north of Montreal and beyond for a minute now, not to mention working with the likes of Play Me and Trouble & Bass. So it only makes sense that a summer mix from his mixer-roughed hands could fill a football stadium. Even weighing in at 30 minutes, his “SUMMA 2012″ packs quite the wallop. While the absence of a tracklist makes it a bit unfortunate, this session twists through all the spectrums of festival level dubstep, electro, and club, as the rise and fall flow with the depth of ocean waves during a hurricane. However, Rémillard is smart enough to not give the feel of a broken record hiccuping the same track over and over. For every epic drop, there is a quiet segway, for every beast made of hydraulic samples, there’s a pop drizzled croon from a sparrow-like lady. Which is all to say, it sews the dynamics of a skilled wheeler, guaranteed to get people’s feet flying across the room.
This is not at all a dial down the volume, and experience from your desk situation. This is a heavy weapons, wait until you leave work on Friday, and are flying through the mean streets to crank the firepower, scenario. Enjoy.
I think from here on out, if there is no tracklist, I challenge all of you to race those hamsters and leave as many ideas for what track is what, in the comment section. Go!