Australian DJ, Wave Racer creates an irresistible sound that has been earning him career changing slots from performing on the Do LaB stage at Coachella to opening for big future bass names like Porter Robinson. Also, by working closely with artists like Duke Dumont, Foster The People, Flight Facilities and Flume, Wave Raver has gained a strong following.

Wave Racer The Do LaB Stage Coachella photo credit Wave Racer’s Facebook

Enjoy some of Wave Racer’s futuristic melodies that have helped leave his footprint in the electronic music scene.

Last year the Australian DJ came out with a silky remix of Flume‘s ‘Never Be Like You’ featuring Kai that showcases his honey-like sound.

Wave Racer remix of Flume’s ‘Never Be Like You’

Take a listen Wave Racer’s remix of Flume’s ‘Never Be Like You’ below:

The next Wave Racer remix that is beloved across the electronic music scene is his take of Duke Dumont’s, ‘The Giver’.

Wave Racer remix of Duke Dumont’s ‘The Giver’

Listen to Wave Racer’s remix of Duke Dumont’s ‘The Giver’:

Prior to his remix of Duke Dumont, Wave Racer experienced a tsunami amount of success working with Foster The People for his official remix of ‘Best Friend’, which has received over 5 million plays on SoundClound alone. He adds that electronic spunk the original doesn’t have, enjoy.

However, his most successful track thus far has been his remix of Panama‘s ‘Always’ that was released on his record label Future Classic and now has over 5.9 millions plays.

One of the first songs that put Wave Racer on the radar in electronic music was his original spacey single, ‘Rock U Tonite’.

‘Rock U Tonite’ has spacey vocal samplings that may remind you of a similar style of sampling that Sound Tribe Sector Nine uses for ‘Scheme‘.

Listen to Wave Racer’s ‘Rock U Tonite’:

There is even more honey-like future vibes delivered by Wave Racer to explore on his SoundCloud, go check them out and also show your love by following the Australian DJ on his social media handles listed below.

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