Wednesday Workout Playlist [Vol. 7]

As these hot, hot temperatures finally begin to let up a bit, at least for now, we aren’t hesitating to take advantage of the beautiful days by spending them by the water. As most of us know, there is almost nothing more satisfying than sprawling out on the sand, soaking in the sun and feeling that reoccurring cool breeze on your skin. The only thing that can possibly enhance this experience is some great music playing in the background. That’s why this week we conjured up a selection of tunes to both relax and get energized to.

’Swedish House Mafia – Leave The World Behind (JayKode X Lookas Remix)’
’Drinkee (Vintage Culture & Slow Motion! Remix)’
’Faded (Young Bombs Remix)’
’Mike Wit ft. Brenda Be – Hold Me Now (Original Mix)’
’it’s different – Pokemon Ü (ft. Broderick Jones)’
’Draper – All I See (feat. Laura Brehm) (Kicks N Licks Remix)’
’Major Lazer ft. Justin Bieber & Erene – Cold Water (Eljay Remix)’
’Mutemath – Monument (Kasbo Remix)’
’Machinedrum – ‘Angel Speak (ft. MeLo
’San Holo – Still Looking (DROELOE Remix)’
’Daft Rascal (Dizzee Rascal X Daft Punk) RJ Cherry Bootleg’
’Dillon Francis x NGHTMRE – Need You (Popsikl Remix)’
’Cesqeaux & San Holo – Who Am I’
’Danny Brown – Blunt After Blunt (Pham Remix)’
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[Groove] Sofi Tukker – Drinkee (The Knocks Remix)

Drinkee (The Knocks Remix)

The Knocks have easily been one of the most prolific acts in dance music over the last couple years–putting out an amazing EP in So Classic, touring constantly and keeping fans engaged with a steady stream of infectious remixes. As 2016 approaches, they don’t seem to be slowing down any time soon. Their debut album is on the way while their record label, HeavyRoc Music, has been chugging out jams perfectly in line with The Knocks’ diverse sound.

New York-based duo Sofi Tukker are their latest signees releasing the first single from their upcoming debut EP, “Drinkee,” a couple weeks ago. With organic backing percussion, a deep guitar/bass-driven groove and catchy vocals, it’s an endlessly addicting tune and, unsurprisingly, the perfect canvas for a remix from The Knocks. Rather than change the vibe of the song, The Knocks choose to accentuate and extend the original’s danciest grooves with fantastic results. Get lost in this one above.

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