Jessie Ware – No To Love Remixes

We’re still reeling from Jessie Ware‘s amazing debut album Devotion (which came out in August), but that hasn’t stopped us from pouncing on every other piece of material she’s released since then. This week the British songstress has us drooling over a slew of remixes to her track “No To Love” done by Todd Edwards, Ewan Pearson’s Permissive Society, and George Fitzgerald. Listen to all three below:

No To Love (George Fitzgerald Remix)

No To Love (Ewan Pearsons Permissive Society Remix)

No To Love (Todd Edwards Remix)

Check out our other Jessie Ware remixes: “Wildest Moments” (Star Slinger Remix), “Night Light” (Joe Goddard Remix)

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[Anthem] Icona Pop – I Love It (Solidisco Remix)

Once it starts getting dark outside, our instincts are to slow down, rewind and shut off. But sometimes we don’t have that luxury, ’cause certain days are about the hustle and the grind. For all the relentless, hungry hard workers out there, this Icona Pop remix of “I Love It” by New York duo Solidisco is for you. The feel good, go hard vibes are sure to get you motivated for whatever’s ahead — business or pleasure. Turn it up loud and get to it!

Icona Pop
I Love It (Solidisco Remix)
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[Trap/Glitch] Lil Wayne – A Milli (BUSTED by heRobust)

Back in the day when mashups burst onto the music scene, artists such as Girl Talk, Milkman, and Supermash Bros. dominated the movement by exposing their superior sampling ability; mixing and mashing sometimes hundreds of samples together to create a unique audible work of art. Although mashups have seem to have lost a lot of their pizzazz and appeal that they once provoked, I personally am always ecstatic when I begin listening to a song and encounter ingeniously clever sampling.

Atlanta based producer, heRobust, accomplished just that with his glitched-out trap remix of Lil Wayne’s “A Milli”. Beginning the track with a witty sample of Dr. Evil from Austin Powers, heRobust adds a healthy dose of distorted bass transforming this track from start to end. This remix is worth at least ‘One Million Dollars’ so make sure to snag this free download and show heRobust some love on Facebook.

Lil Wayne
A Milli (BUSTED by heRobust)
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[Electronica] Rhye – The Fall (Yalls Bootleg Rework)

Rhye‘s ultra smooth track “The Fall” gets thrown into the remix machine by California’s Dan Casey, AKA Yalls. Though its soulful essence is still intact, it emerges having sustained some major chopping and blitzing as its given a healthy kick of edginess and electronic vigor. Listen to more of Yalls’ music, including a Blackbird Blackbird remix, on his Soundcloud page.

Rhye
The Fall (Yalls Bootleg Rework)

Check out our past Rhye coverage: “The Fall” and “Open”.

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Florence + The Machine – You’ve Got The Love (3.A.M. Bootleg Remix)

It’s really uncanny how well Florence + The Machine‘s songs translate into dance floor-consuming, earth-shattering electronic remixes, but producers 3.A.M. make it look so darn easy here with their soaring take on “You’ve Got The Love”. We featured them in the past when they splendidly reworked M.I.A.’s classic “Paper Planes,” but this one certainly takes the filth up a notch. Grab a free download below and check out the rest of 3.A.M.’s tracks on Soundcloud.

Florence and the Machine
Youve Got the Love (3.A.M. Remix)
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[Stream] Björk – bastards (Biophilia Remix Album)

The profound and nearly indescribable Björk released her seventh album, Biophilia, last October. On November 19th, she puts out its remix album entitled bastards via One Little Indian. The 13-track collection includes work by folks like Hudson Mohawke, Death Grips, These New Puritans and more. You can check out two of its songs below and then stream all of bastards via the lovely folks at The Guardian.

Björk
Virus (Hudson Mohawke Peaches and Guacamol Rework)

Bjork
Sacrifice (Death Grips Remix)
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[Dubstep] Krewella – Alive (MitiS Remix)

It’s no secret that Krewella’s sensual vocals provide an excellent foundation for their original tracks and remixes alike. Last week, Pegboard Nerds released their monstrous remix of Krewella’s track “Alive” and now TMN favorite MitiS has released his equally impressive interpretation of the tune. Supporting Krewella’s vocals with the addition of crunchy synths and heavy wobbles MitiS absolutely destroys this remix. Grab this spectacular free download and make sure to show MitiS some love on Facebook.

Krewella
Alive (MitiS Remix)
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