Ellie Goulding – Lights (Diego Camejo Remix)

This is one of those tracks that you’ll love or hate. It’s completely over-excited progressive house, destined for a sparkly dance floor at peak time. There are few tunes in this style that I really like. But this is one. Has shades of that Chameo track Hey! in that it is a track without guile. It just celebrates itself and simple pleasures. It’s the break at 1:45 that sold it to me. Love it.

Blurb: Miami based producer and DJ, Diego Camejo, is on the brink of taking the dance scene by storm with the imminent release of his first EP called ‘Rise.’ In addition to his increasing list of original tracks, he has a knack for creating cheeky edits and bootlegs. Camejo continually pushes to refine his skills in order to take his production to the next level, which is evident in his new compilation. “This EP is the culmination of the beginning of the development of my style as an artist,” Camejo explains. “I wanted to define the sound that I would like to continue to produce and push forward in the future.” The Rise EP brings forth Camejo’s rework of “Lights” by Ellie Goulding, an original track called Megali, and his remix of “Silvia” by Miike Snow. He also puts his own unique touch on “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” by Daft Punk,“No Hatred” by Cris Crab and Ronski Speed featuring Sir Adrian’s “Seen It All.”  www.diegocamejo.com  https://twitter.com/#!/Diego_Camejo

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~ by acidted on August 8, 2012.

2 Responses to “Ellie Goulding – Lights (Diego Camejo Remix)”

  1. [...] might remember we had a remix of Ellie Goulding by Diego Camejo the other day. Here’s an original track by Diego. Much of what he produces is that style of pumped-up Dutch [...]

  2. [...] The original is a classy piece of pop/dance rock. The remix takes the melancholic essence of the first half of the original and stretches that out over the whole thing. There’s a fuller feel from extra sub-bass and a sort of deep stoned feel to it all. Utterly, utterly atypical from the rest of Cannonhead’s work on soundcloud but a really nice remix. And so different from Diego Camejo’s version here. [...]

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