Tropix & Oxilo Heat Up Summer with Out of Love Remix

In February of this year, Two Friends and Cosmos & Creator released “Out of Love” on Spinnin’ Records. A saxophone serenade and a chorus of “Ohs” made it an instant hit and spawned numerous remixes. Cosmos & Creator hail from Toluca Lake, a neighborhood in Los Angeles, and Two Friends (duo Matt Halper + Eli Sones) also call Los Angeles home. The LA trifecta was completed when LA resident and producer Oxilo teamed up with East Coasters Dex and Dylan, who make up Tronix, to remix “Out of Love.” Today we take a look at one of the hottest remixes of the summer that will be sure to hype up your poolside parties and light up your dj sets.


Oxilo’s productions range from the more melodic, chill side of bass music to trap and dubstep. In this remix for “Out of Love,” his presence and influence can be felt. The remix employs claps, a funky breakdown, and the familiar sound of Mario breaking a brick to find a coin breathes new life into the original.

The remix was officially released on July 10, 2017, and in just six days it amassed over 10,000 plays. This comes on the heels of a logo makeover and sound makeover for Dex and Dylan. The producer pair had the following to say about their relaunch:


“We are excited to introduce the world to our melodic future sounds, and sharing the love of music with our fans in the diaspora. We are committed to creating good feelings to identify our greatest moments together.”


Tropix’s music is traveling the world and the pair has plans to take people on the musical journey with them. Download the Tropix and Oxilo’s “Out of Love” remix at and heart on Hype Machine at Check out Tropix’s and Oxilo’s socials below.




Top 13 Salaries of EDM Producers

Musicians are making a lot of money. Who are the ones who are ruling the music industry these days? They are none other than EDM artists. Carting to the people’s tastes and playing the right kind and frequency of music require talent and this is the job of music producers. For this, they are paid well and are in high demand nowadays, whether it is clubs, parties, or festivals, etc. Some of these digitally equipped artists are incredibly hard working and have raked in more cash from their mixing gigs than most people could have dreamed of earning in their entire lives. This proves that music is more important than ever and nobody can stop people from paying for a good music event. Many DJs have not only made music, but they have also made themselves millionaires too.

Here are the following 2016 Salaries:

  1. Carl Cox: $96 Million
  2. Calvin Harris:  $63 Million
  3. Tiesto: $38 Million
  4. Armin Van Buuren: $31 Million
  5. David Guetta: $28 Million
  6. Zedd: $24.5 Million
  7. Steve Aoki:  $23.5 Million
  8. Skrillex: $20 Million
  9. Kaskade: $19 Million
  10. Diplo: $18 Million
  11. Martin Garrix: $16 Million
  12. Afrojack: $15 Million
  13. Avicii:  $14.5 Million