If you’ve been following EDX
, or have come across his remixes as you’re perusing through Only The Beat, you’ll come to notice that all of his remixes take on the personality and culture of a city that the artist has visited, and each 'brand' of remix has its own unique vibe and feel. EDX’s “Indian Summer” remixes
, like his chart-dominating remix of Sam Feldt’s “Show Me Love,”
are uplifting vocal anthems soaked in sunshine, while his “Dubai Skyline” remixes, like his chart-topping remix of Nora en Pure’s “Uruguay,”
are deeper club offerings more fitting for the early hours of morning. EDX’s latest effort is a “Miami Sunset” remix of Spada’s “Catchfire,” and that could not be a more perfect way to describe the feel of this track.
On the remix, EDX keeps the summer-y personality of Spada’s original alive, while infusing the track with just enough swirling bass and glitchy synth stabs to make it more fitting for a club. The remix is out now via EGO on Beatport, and you can get it here