Draper is a master of melodic Dub remedies, and this time he tackles Passion Pit‘s track “I’ll Be Alright”. Not going overboard on this one, he enhances the euphoric vocals and adds some infectious melodies mixed with sexy 8-Bit bleeps. Draper does just the right amount of reworking on this one, resulting in a satisfying and exhilarating remix. Cheers.
Young UK electronic artist Louisa Rose Allen, who performs under the moniker Foxes, has been turning heads ever since dropping her debut LP Youth over a year ago and her Warrior EP just this past summer. Recently, she lent her bright vocals to “Clarity” a track by Music Ninja fave Zedd. Here, her latest single “Echo” gets tapped for remix treatment by Los Angeles-based producers FIXYN. It builds up, drops, pummels and twists in all the right places, like a sweet, earth-shattering remix should. It ain’t Friday yet, but with this blastin’ in the background, it sure feels like it. Download below!
When Bassnectar dropped this the other night at Bill Grahm Civic in San Francisco, everyone was raging face. The drop in this insane remix has a ground shaking bass line that rumbled throughout the entire venue. Hot off his releases of his Freestyle EP, Lorin doesn’t let up on this one, featuring a similar sound design to his track “Hexes” feat. Chino Moreno. This tune has all sorts of funky wobbles and synths sprinkled throughout and mixed with some ridiculous samples. The end result is pure mayhem, so turn up the volume. Cheers.
M83 will be releasing their next single off their sixth studio album (2011), “Steve McQueen”, on November 27th. Along with this exhilarating track, they have decided to bundle it with four other remixes by SALM, BeatauCue, Alluxe and Maps. Just a few days ago, KCRW featured UK-Based artist James Chapman, better known as MAPS, and his fantastic rendition built upon the original feel of the track. Listen below:
M83 TOUR DATES:
November 1st – Pitchfork Paris Music Festival – Paris, France
December 4th – 107.7 ‘The End’s Deck the Hall Ball 2012’at Key Arena – Seattle, WA
December 5th – 94/7 ‘December To Remember’ presents M83 at the Rose Garden – Portland, OR
with Tegan and Sara and The Killers
December 7th – 91x ‘Wrex The Halls’ at Viejas Arena – San Diego, CA
It’s been awhile since we last heard from electronic music’s choir-pop genius Active Child, so when we got wind of this Lana Del Rey “Ride” remix, we were pretty eager to hit play. It keeps the original’s dark, dramatic flair, but there are some additional elements that give it an extra spark. Check it out for yourself below:
It has been a solid week for Trapped out bangers. Starting with an incredibly unique idea for a sample, utilzing the oldschool sound from The Chordettes track “Mr. Sandman”, RaceCarBed absolutely nails this remix. Next we got a filthy Booty from Trapticonz one of Dada Life’s biggest tunes, and this one hits hard. Serotonin decided to tackle Afrojack‘s track “Replica” and transforms it into an all out Trap banger. ETC!ETC! teases us with this massive Preview of his track “Riptide” featuring some hard samples and a filthy sound design. TrapZillas just dropped this track with RiFF RaFF titled “White Sprite”, featuring some catchy bleeps and hard rhymes from RR. We can almost guarantee that Three Six Mafia and Metallica never thought they would be on a track together, but Wick-it The Instagator had other plans delivering this track titled “Lighting Head”. Enjoy the rest of these massive tunes, and find the biggest sound system possible to bang these on. Cheers.
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Need a free goodie to get your week started? Crizzly has you covered with his remix of “Way We Ball” by Lil Flip to get you ready for the long week ahead of you. Notorious for his ability to combine hip-hop and wobbly synths together perfectly, Crizzly strikes again transforming the original hip-hop track into a dubstep masterpiece that reminded us why we fell in love with his music in the first place. Oh yeah, and let me remind you again that the track is FREE.