This song came about when good friends Eliot Lipp and Mux Mool spent a day sifting through old records while discussing the beauty of this wild and crazy universe we call home. They ended up sampling Mike Oldfield – Saved By A Bell, a song originally released in 1984. “Telescope” is fuzzy and hypnotic, thumping along with a classic boom bap drum pattern that drives towards the pitched up vocal sample snagged from “Saved By a Bell”. It’s a greatly unique tune that serves as an example of what a little imagination and experimentation can achieve.
Known for his catalogue of excellent deep house remixes, FlicFlac graces us with another edit that’s certainly worth adding to his resume. This time it’s a zoned-out rendition of Ed Sheeran‘s “Bloodstream”. FlicFlac’s pulsing tropical instrumentation carries Sheeran’s vocals and guitar to energetic new heights, like a warm beach breeze before a heavy summer storm.
Good vibes are abundant in Presley‘s tropical remix of “Till Sunrise” by Goldroom. The airy vocals from the original track are injected with new life courtesy of Presley’s bongo pops, finger snaps, and steel drums. The song constantly introduces cool new sounds and never stays in one place for long, but it remains true to it’s sunrise spirit and delivers a concentrated dose of fun.
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Busting down the doors with an explosive party vibe, this vibrant bass-bumping track is a hyper dash towards a good time from the colorado duo. Filled with EDM laser beams and funky horns, the livetronica goodness pulls on the strings of hip-hop, riotous raves and discotheque debauchery. Tune In, Turn on and bass drop out.
Take a listen to our new mix “Sounds From the Surface” and let us know what you think.
20 laid back tracks including music by Filous, Nick Leng, and Holy Rain.
I’m sure it’s bitterly cold in the northern US right now, but Michigan resident Joey Pecoraro will warm your bones with his latest piece, “Don’t Sleep On Me”. Light and jazzy instrumentation get’s your head nodding up front, then a few verses (and chorus) from Method Man‘s “P.L.O. Style” seals the deal and brings it home.
There’s something about Kitty that has me forever rooting for her. She has worked with a diverse group of really cool producers and her Soundcloud is littered with awesome tracks she’s discovered and reposted. “MISS U” was my favorite track on Kitty’s FROSTBITE EP, released back in November, and I’m thrilled to see an artist like Jai Wolf give it the remix treatment. Jai slows the song down a bit, giving it room to breath and build, eventually climaxing with a glittery explosion of skittering hi-hats and colorful synths.
Hot damn! High-octane electro trio Savoy just dropped “TEKNOTIZE”, a raging techno-trap banger with classic verses from Notorious B.I.G.’s “Hypnotize”. If this song doesn’t fire you up, you may need to check that pulse of yours. Also worth mentioning: the crazy cover art… Awesome.
There’s some serious firepower behind this remix of Wiley’s “And Again”. Doshy, Bleep Bloop, and The OriGinALz team up to deliver a calculated and chaotic banger that perfectly frames verses from Wiley and a snarling chorus from God’s Gift. UK grime is widely predicted to become more prevalent in the US this year, and remixes like this ensure that we Americans take notice.
Download the track below.