Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs take on Foals‘ indie rock tune “My Number” and warp it into an entirely different beast. The remix is a dark and heavy house track, but still one that you can easily melt into. Check it out below.
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Kill Paris drops a funky remix of Anita Ward‘s classic track “Ring My Bell”. His soulful delivery on this incredible remix is rather refreshing while still mixing some incredibly heavy wobbles. The samples of the original are satisfying and tweaked in just the right way. Happy monday everyone and enjoy this free tune. Cheers.
Ring My Bell (Kill Paris Remix)
The man that brought us the massive remix of Kendrick Lamar‘s track “Swmming Pools” is back at it. Here, he delivers another bass-heavy remix, this time tackling A$AP Rocky‘s track “Long Live A$AP,” effectively transforming it into a Trapstep-style banger sampling all the best parts of the original. Enjoy the free download, cheers.
Long Live A$AP (Bird Peterson Remix)
When I see Skrillex in a title of a track, whether it is an original or a remix, I just prepare myself for a corpus amount of heavily layered music with an extremely aggressive wobbles as if to simulating two sweaty robots having hot and oily sex. And while a few months back that heavy sound was appealing, for me at least, it has run its course. Talented as any producer may be, the trends keep changing and it is really their adaptability to adapt and create new experiences that sets talented musicians apart from others.
This brings me to up and coming seventeen year old Austrian producer Tom Budin. Taking on one of Skrillex more controversial tracks, Tom injects it with so much electro funk that even the original dubstep foundation is molded into an easily digestible and amusing sound. From its melodic backdrops within its build ups to the evolving and textured bassline, this remix brings a breath of fresh air to the already saturated dubstep scene. And it is a FREE DOWNLOAD.
Reason (Tom Budin Remix)
Rising Canadian producer Wet Paint — who we’ve covered before — gets both playful and sexy on this remix of Bago‘s “I Forget You”. It’s still got the original’s soulful, sassy R&B swagger, but comes with an added dose of electronic flair that not only gives it some glowing & warped after-effects towards the end, but also emphasizes its ovearall slow-jam sensuality and warmth. Check it out below.
I Forget You (WET PAINT Remix)
Remember when LDR had all that media backlash last year? Thankfully, we’ve all moved on from that and are simply enjoying the music. I mean, if it wasn’t for her, we wouldn’t have this awesome remix from US producer Cedric Gervais (who actually just played Denver’s Beta Nightclub on Saturday). It’s a pretty flawless track, so I’ll just let you get to it:
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Summertime Sadness (Cedric Gervais Remix)
Be sure to visit Cedric Gervais’ Soundcloud for more music.
For the better half of the past year, rapper Azealia Banks remained relatively quiet when it came to dropping new material. Kicking off 2013, she not only is dropping diss tracks to fellow emcee Angel Haze, copping guest spots on Beyonce‘s upcoming new album, but she is gracing fans with a new remix to her Fantasea mixtape track “Fierce”. The dance worthy track gets a reworking from indie DJ Josh Peace and production from Drums of Death. Complete with a quicker tempo, synths, drums and bass, and extended lyrics from Franklin Fuentes.
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