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[Folktronica] Bon Iver – Perth (The Polish Ambassador Remix)

Folktronica! Amid the hype surrounding Bon Iver’s recent Grammy nods I think Rosie O’Donnell was quoted as saying she thought Bon Iver made “good cooking music”. Well The Polish Ambassador added some splashes of electro to this cooking song to create an “electro lullaby” that I think you’ll want to fall asleep to.

Bon Iver – Perth (The Polish Ambassador Remix)

’Bon Iver – Perth (The Polish Ambassador Remix).mp3′

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[Dubstep] Blue Foundation – Eyes On Fire (Zeds Dead VIP Remix)

Zeds Dead has been a breath of fresh air for the dubstep community, and the entire EDM world. We have been following these two dudes from Toronto since the beginning; their remix of Blue Foundation’s “Eyes On Fire”. It was this remix that blasted them into mass popularity in the dance world, because the sound literally had no resemblance to any other electronic music out there. Zeds Dead has done a VIP of this track, and it will melt your face.

Blue Foundation – Eyes On Fire (Zeds Dead Remix VIP)

’Blue Foundation – Eyes On Fire (Zeds Dead Remix VIP).mp3′

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[Electronic/R&B Remix] Star Slinger feat. Reggie B- Dumbin (Diplo Remix)

A little while back, Star Slinger released his debut single featuring R&B act Reggie B. The original “Dumbin'” had somewhat of a tropical vibe, that I personally wasn’t into. Superproducer Diplo got his hands on the track, adding spacey synths and hard kick drums to entirely transform “Dumbin” into dance jam for the late night bump and grind. Diplo has the ability to remix a song and make it better than the original. That’s why he is probably the best producer out there right now.

Star Slinger ft. Reggie B – Dumbin’ (Diplo Remix)


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[Experimental] Talal Qureshi ft. Friedi – Sketches

I’m not gonna lie, I think this is the first time I have ever heard Pakistani music. Especially Pakistani electronic music. “Sketches” is the first single off of Talal Quereshi’s upcoming debut EP titled ‘The Equator’. The extra heavy bass gives the track so much weight, yet the crispy melodies that are layered on top of it make the song so much more uplifting. One of the best heavily layered experimental songs we have come across in weeks.

Talal Qureshi ft. Friedi – Sketches


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[Rap] A.Dd+ – Insomniac Dreaming and Can’t Come Down

A.Dd+ (spoken “Aye-dee-dee,” with the plus sign silent) are Paris Pershun and Slim Gravy, a rap duo out of Dallas, Texas. Their sound is promising for hip hop, as their lyrics have substance and their flow is remarkable. “Insomniac Dreaming” was produced by Black Milk, and “Can’t Come Down” features a screwed and chopped sample of Britney’s “Toxic”. Enjoy!

A.Dd+ – Insomniac Dreaming


A.Dd+ – Can’t Come Down


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[Indie/Electronic] Carousel – Games

You’ve probably never heard of Carousel. Neither had I, until today. A loyal fan of the blog sent us over a chilled out track by the duo (Kevin Friedman and Jackson Phillips) and I was quite impressed. I spent a long time searching the interwebs trying to find anything on them, and literally nothing came up. Then I found out that these guys don’t have any social media sites yet, and they should be up by the end of the week. Check out “Games”, and keep a look out for these guys.

Carousel – Games


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[Dubstep] Alex Clare – Up All Night (Skream’s Behind Closed Door’s Remix)

I don’t know how I let this one slip by, but I’m glad Skream’s marketing team sent it over. “Up All Night” has so many perfect elements to it. The beat was produced by Switch and Diplo (Major Lazer). Then, add in Alex Claire’s vocals, who are some of the most powerful male vocals out there right now (I’d love to see him do a track with Adele). The original is great on its own, but the Godfather of Dubstep transforms it into a sub bass laden, slightly-wobbly dark tune, that is comparable to the remix that made him famous; La Roux’s “In For The Kill”. Buy it now on iTunes.

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