Check out this great remix of The Kooks’ catchy track “Naive,” compliments of French producer Jean Tonique. This is definitely a great electro/dance song that you won’t want to miss. Enjoy!
New joint from the homie Logic, who samples Justice on a track that shows his ability to take on any genre. As always his clever word play and unique flow are impressive to say the least. Enjoy!
If you’re like me and miss the earlier Deadmau5 sound, today’s your lucky day. Feed Me just released a new 6-song EP on Deadmau5’s Mou5trap label that touches on everything from dubstep to moombahton, with ‘Relocation’ bringing back memories of old Deadmau5 electro. Feed Me’s Escape from Electic Mountain is great for anyone who wants to expand their musical tastes, and can be picked up off iTunes here.
Thanks to P&P and Mooch, we have two songs that desperately needed a comeback blended perfectly together as one. I’ve heard rappers try and sample the Bee Gee’s classic before but they never seem to do it justice. Take a classic like 50 Cent’s ‘In Da Club’ though…now we’re talking. Leave all judgements aside and this could be the best thing you hear all day.
Sound Remedy has been blowing my mind as of late. I haven’t heard anything by him that matches the funk he brings on this Nero remix, but I can definitely dig it.
Mord Fustang – We Are Now Connected (Sound Remedy Remix) [Click to Download]
NERO – Reaching Out (Fred Falke Remix) [Click to Download]
I think it’s safe to say that everyone is nostalgic. Everyone wishes they were in a past era for the simple lifestyle and booming culture. In the case of Nashville duo Future Unlimited, it’s the 80’s they have an appreciation for. Their first single ‘Golden’ was just released along with a bonus song ‘When It Calls,’ and both are deeply influenced by eighties synth-pop. Although which music is considered ‘cool’ is ever-changing, the past is not so enjoy the nostalgic sounds when they are so perfected.
Future Unlimited – When It Calls [Click to Download]
It really took hearing Love Thy Brother’s ‘Youth’ Remix to fully appreciate their ‘Crew Love’ remix from a few weeks ago. The Montreal natives were bringing the intensity back then I just refused to see it apparently. Off Drake’s sophomore album Take Care, Love Thy Brother shows they can turn a hip-hop track into a sick club banger. Something that is rarely done well.
Smile, it’s Friday. Plus Gigamesh just dropped off his latest remix, in which he turns a Grouplove track into an instant dance hit. It won’t make you rage by any means, but hopefully it will help you get to that point. If this is your first time hearing Gigamesh just know his last remix of Theophilus London was titled the ‘Gigamesh Sunlight Remix’, so you know he’s bringing the good vibes. Enjoy!
Grouplove – Colours (Skizzy Mars Remix) [Click to Download]
I almost forgot about this little gem from a few summers ago. It makes me glad that it’s Thursday and I can bring you guys a new throwback. Enjoy!