You may never guess that some of this chill music do have techno club remixes.
1. Orinoco flow by Enya
It was originally in the pure moods relaxation compilation. With the remix there is a change and a twist to the music from what it was to what it is now. A good dancing song and ragging than before is now here thanks to the remix.
2. “Someone like” you by Adele
Adele’s music is cool. Music to swing to or just listen to in the evening with a tin of ice cream and let it wash over you. Someone like you was originally that. But with the techno remix, there is some movement in the song. Rhythm is added to then song. Now instead of sitting with ice cream, you dance.
3. “Hello” by Adele
This song was recently released. After that, there have been more than about 10 remixes done of this song. These remixes are all of different genres of music including reggae and techno club. I has been played all over the world and in clubs too.
4. “See you again” by Charlie Puth featuring Wiz Khalifa
The song originally produced for the movie furious 7 as a tribute to Paul Walker after his death from an accident. This song was played all over and because of the circumstances and the tone of the song, it was chill and a little bit sad. Well not all that sad. But after the remix, there is a certain rhythm to it.
5. “Thinking out loud” by Ed Sheeran
Most of his music is also cool and just laid back. In this song, the dance there is salsa. Slow and precise dancing. Though not that of the club. After the remix and the addition of the techno vibe to it, an all improved track has been introduced to the clubs.
6. “Haven’t met you yet“- Michael Bubble
From the Canadian we now get a tune to swing to. Some funk and rhythm is added to this track once the remix is produced. The techno tune does something to it that makes house music lovers just love it more. Well with it on, there is no chance of sitting down.
7. “All of me” by John Legend
A quite catchy tune than it was before. Kind of swingy and it will get your feet and the whole of your body moving. It is catchy and cool. The music that was once slow is now funky.
8. “Kiss me” by Sixpence None the Richer
From the 90s teen movie She is all that, this song got to crowds and they fell in love with it. After that, when it was heard in clubs, people loved it more. Now they could associate it with fun and dancing
9. “Lady in Red” by Chris de Burgh
The 1980s song that was not known and unpopular is now a floor filler once the techno tune was added to it, the tune changes the whole song making it fun to listen to.
10. “Wish you were here” by Pink Floyd
In the 70s this song was the song to sit back and relax to. Now it is a song to stand and dance to