Friday, June 10, 2011

Grab Bag

The latest and greatest from Mr. Sidney Samson, this one was massive enough to find its way onto Moby's recent Beatport chart (alongside some other rather prime beats).
Sidney Samson - Punkass (Original Mix)

This next one is a really chill, more downtempo track, perfect for late nights or  similar listening situations. Also be sure to check out Sei A's recent mix for Resident Advisor's podcast series for some more super high quality "afterhours bass-inclined tunes."
Mash - Somebody's Property (Sei A Mix)

Although I liked certain elements of it, I could never really fully get behind the new Swedish House Mafia single. Something about it felt a little too cheesy and almost boy band-ish for me. But lucky enough fellow Swedish producers Style of Eye and Carli (from the Savage Skulls) have breathed completely new life into it and made a total banger on this remix.
Swedish House Mafia - Save The World (Style of Eye & Carli Mix)

A classic from french techno producer Mikix The Cat.
Mikix The Cat - Keep On Wondering (Original Mix)

Eric Prydz has tried his hand at remixing two Depeche Mode classics recently, Personal Jesus and Never Let Me Down Again. Both are pretty great efforts, and showcase Prydz's massive production skills. Check my favorite out of the two below.
Depeche Mode - Never Let Me Down Again (Eric Prydz Remix)

One of Mumbai Science's most recent releases. As per usual from the Belgian duo, this one is an amazing blend of futuristic synths and a vintage pounding techno feel. Released on Boys Noize Records, you can buy it off beatport here.
Mixhell - Antigalactic (Mumbai Science Remix)

And finally a really gorgeous mash up of the classic I Remember with some vocals from a Late Night Alumni track off of their most recent album Haunted.
Deadmau5 & Kaskade vs Late Night Alumni - In The Ashes I Remember (DJ AFX Edit)

Oh and, I can't wait for this to come out: (for some reason the embedding is disabled but go over to soundcloud and have a look, I promise it's worth it)


No comments:

Post a Comment