Listen to Illenium's 10 Best Remixes


Colorado future-bass producer Illenium has come to be referred to as one of the crucial dynamic names in trendy dance music. He's consistently pushing himself to include extra natural rock notes into his recordings, and he balances it with ever-improved dwell components in his stage performances. 

His striving artistic resolve has made him one of the crucial sought-after remixers in dance music. He's even transferring into the pop crossover realm, and under, we honor his best remixing moments. It's fairly the embellished checklist of collaborators, an everyday who's-who of recent digital management. Which Illenium take is your favourite?


Flume ft. Tove Lo – "Say It" (Illenium Remix)

"Say It" is one among Flume's greatest crossover hits. This will need to have been a full circle second for Illenium, seeing as how he's impressed by the longer term bass sound Flume created. He provides natural guitar notes and massive dynamics. The tender elements are coronary heart warming, and the push is a waterfall. 

The Chainsmokers ft. Daya – "Don't Let Me Down" (Illenium Remix)

Even in case you're not a giant fan of The Chainsmokers, you already know "Don't Let Me Down" that includes Daya. It was one of many duo's post-"Selfie" breakout hits, thanks largely to its iconic melodies. The authentic hook is an actual biter, however Illenium leans on the music's musical opening chords. He makes use of Daya's highly effective voice to nice impact, and offers the brand new model a sweeping euphoria.

Kill Paris ft. Royal – "Operate" (Illenium Remix)

If you're searching for a music to get you thru that last darkish hour, "Operate" is an efficient wager. The authentic is a brilliant stomper that performs to strengthen the listener's internal resolve. Illenium provides his signature heat, sparking the sunshine inside your chest so you possibly can carry your head excessive.

Kaskade ft. Ilsey – "Disarm You" (Illenium Remix)

From Kaskade's 2015 album Automatic, "Disarm You" is a apply in juxtaposition, each stunning and crunching. Illenium brings the music to an instantly deeper place, slowing the tempo and drawing every be aware of his brilliant electrical guitar slowly throughout Ilsey's fairy-like vocals. Marching model snares deliver the music to its climactic, hypnotic hook. 

Oh Wonder – "Shark" (Illenium Remix)

What does Illenium do with a music that's already heavy with whispery temper? With Oh Wonder's "Shark," he retains that shimmering sweetness and turns up the warmth with a hard-punching beat and energetic synth traces. This one calls on his Porter Robinson influences to make the music smile.

Phoebe Ryan – "Mine" (Illenium Remix)

There's a fuzzy loveliness to Ryan's authentic. Illenium lets her instantly-recognizable voice ring out above a heartbeat rhythm and heightens the expertise with a feel-good vibe that might completely soundtrack some teenage joyride on the Pacific Coast Highway. The drop on this one is the toughest we've heard on the checklist but.

Niykee Heaton – "Infinity" (Illenium Remix)

Heaton brings the lights down within the bed room together with her smoldering acoustic authentic. Illenium places meat on these bones with layers of electrical sound, although there's loads of natural guitar work to maintain Heaton's skin-to-skin vibe. There's a severe rush towards the traditional future bass drop. This one should have gone off when he dropped it in his DJ units.

Galantis – "Gold Dust" (Illenium Remix)

Listen to the primary few seconds of "Gold Dust," and it's simple to see what Illenium noticed in it. This Galantis tune screams for his contact, what with its craving piano cords and soulful vocals. Illenium retains the texture of the unique in tact, however he places his personal spin on each the lead up and the brilliant dance-pop drop.

Marshmello ft. Khalid – "Silence" (Illenium Remix)

Marshmello and Khalid struck gold with their collaborative hit "Silence." The masked producer and Illenium share pop-punk roots, and Illenium lets his present on this nearly arena-ready ballad. Clap your fingers, stomp your ft and sing alongside to this one. Let them hear it within the nostril bleeds.

ODESZA – "Always This Late" (Illenium Remix)

You can't discuss sweeping, orchestral dance music with out mentioning ODESZA. The Seattle duo is beloved for its layered sonic landscapes, so Illenium is an apparent option to remix. His tackle "Always This Late," from 2014's In Return, is '80s-inspired and ecstatic as something he's ever produced. Reach for the celebs with this one taking part in, and also you'll get there.