EDM Tropical house remixers Producers contact details email DJ David Guetta, Avicii, Martin Garrix, Steve Aoki, Tiesto, Calvin Harris

EDM Demo Songs

EDM Demo Songs

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EDM / Club Demo Songs in the style of Avicii, David Guetta, Calvin Harris, Martin Garrix, Steve Aoki, etc.

EDM remixers Kygo, Eric Pryds, Swedish House Mafia, Dillon Francis, Armin Van Buuren, KSHMR, Dimitri Vegas, Nicky Romero, Paul Van Dyk

EDM Demo Songs – Get some the best EDM Producers working on your next single

No matter if you are after that festival sound or want to conquer the Billboard, look no further, we are constantly working on fresh EDM Demo Songs that could move the crowds and still be relevant to the radio stations Top 40 format (think David Guetta, Avicii, Calvin Harris, Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Steve Aoki, Kygo, Marshmello, Zedd, etc.)

Our team of songwriters and EDM producers are constantly producing EDM in so many different genres, like: Deep House, Tropical, Big Room, Trance, Future House, Future Bass, Melbourne Bounce, Progressive House, Tech House, Dubstep, Trap, etc.

If you’re looking for a fresh new production for your next single, please contact EDM producers and remixers of our team by filling up the form on the contact page and be sure to leave some examples of EDM songs of which overall sound you’re after and we’ll get back to you with a budget and a time estimation. If you’d rather like to have one of your songs remixed by our EDM remixers team, send us the whole project file of the song, if available or the dry acapella along with the remix stems and we’ll dress up your song in new shiny clothes! You can have a listen of one of our latest examples of EDM remixes  for a Billboard Single here: Demi Lovato – Sorry Not Sorry (Future House Remix)

EDM Producers and Remixers will give a new sound to your already existing single with a remix version of it

Remixing is one the best ways to reach totally new audiences, especially if the original singles were into more acoustic genres, like Singer – Songwriter, Pop ballads, Pop-rock, Rnb, Rock, Soul, etc. We’ve all had the chance to dance on at least one of the Adele’s songs, but most often than not, it was a remix version, not the radio edits, since pop – ballad style is not the best dancing incentive yet invented :).  Remixes could get a right composition to new years by adding those extra layers of sounds that that particular audience is most engaged with. That’s why there are countless examples of songs of which remixes war far more popular than the original version – the remix version was produced in a style that happened to fit into a much more popular sound. If you want to send your single for a remix, please send us the multi tracks and get ready for some undulating speakers action goin’ on !