6 Of The Best Remixes: Virtual Riot b2b Dodge & Fuski


Last week Disciple titans Dodge & Fuski and Virtual Riot both dropped earthquake-triggering versions of The Chainsmokers recent chart-topper All We Know. Unsurprisingly, they both tore the soft-focus ballad a new one. And did so in two very different ways.

Currently the sole preserve of streaming platforms (but may eventually see the light of day – we understand the Chainsmokers themselves have setting fires with them) they sound a bit like this…

And this…

We thought now would be a good time to ask both artists to pick three of each other’s best remixes. We weren’t disappointed. Serious classics.

Dodge & Fuski’s Favourite Virtual Riot Remixes

Flux Pavilion & Matthew Koma – Emotional (Virtual Riot Remix)

“Valentin smashed this one, delivering his rare talent of combining a tear-out drop with genuine musicality. Pretty much the reason we signed him to Disciple!”

Excision – Codename X (Virtual Riot Remix)

“Solid in your face banger, typical of the heavier side of VR’s production. Killer mixdown, heaps of energy, sorted.”

Kill The Noise – Without A Trace (feat. Stalking Gia) (Kill The Noise & Virtual Riot Remix)

“One of the rare collab remixes where you can genuinely audibly dissect whose input went where – both of the guys’ approaches work so well in harmony here it makes me wonder why they haven’t put out more stuff together.”


Virtual Riot’s Favourite Dodge & Fuski Remixes

SKiSM – Rave Review (Dodge & Fuski Remix)

“A classic from the good old days. I used to hear this so many times at dubstep shows in Germany around the time.”

Pegboard Nerds – High Roller ft. Splitbreed (Dodge & Fuski Remix)

“I love myself some good glitch hop, especially when it’s the right combination of funky and heavy. Everything done right on this one, smash hit on the youtube views and soundcloud plays!”

FunkyStepz ft- Lily McKenzie – For U (Dodge & Fuski Remix)

“From back in the days when dubstep was 140 and had shuffled hi-hats. At the time this remix captured the vibe of both Nero’s vocal-driven tunes and Flux Pavilion’s screechy bass-hooks perfectly for me.”