Au Revoir Simone have a remix album of their fourth album Move in Spectrums, simply entitled Spectrums out next week via Moshi Moshi. Included in the remixers are Jack Savidge (Friendly Fires), NZCA/Lines, White Collar Boy, Clock Opera, The Shoes and this superb electronic disco rework from Dublin’s Ross Turner and Cian Murphy as I… Read more »
Harley Stretten aka Flume must have been a weird mood when he made this 10-minute remix of the Arcade Fire’s ‘Afterlife’. Butler and Chassange’s vocals are transformed into yelp of despair with some backward-vocal effects set to a relatively sparse synth melody and pared-back beats. Combined with that artwork, it’s an odd clash of styles, that if… Read more »
As one of the band’s featured in Darren McCreesh’s Irish post-punk compilation Strange Passion, SM Corporation, a band formed by Steve Averill after The Radiators From Space, have had a bit of overdue attention. After the compilation, the band performed with other bands of the era. Now, Averill’s sons, Jon and Gareth are involved in… Read more »
Maybe the tune of the summer festivals, ‘Can’t Do Without You’ by Caribou now has a DJ-friendly extended mix. If you’re at Longitude this weekend, there’s a very good chance this will get dropped at the TXFM DJ stage on Sunday. The extended version is available as a limited edition 12″ ( buy links below)… Read more »
Magical Mistakes is an OSAKA producer who has been tasked with remixing ‘Blue’ , a rocking track from We Cut Corners’ second album Think Nothing. Magical Mistakes’ version pits the song in a scattering skittering percussive place, like the song is being performed in the pops of a bubble. We Cut Corners play in London… Read more »
Jessie Ware’s comeback single ‘Tough Love’ is proof that Ms. Ware is more interested in creating great R&B songs than any obvious swerve at the charts. The track is a smooth pop song for adults, which is great but it’s not a track for dancing, as we know Jessie Ware is more than capable of…. Read more »
London-based producer, DJ and remixer Holmes Price has transformed Dublin band Color//Sound’s single ‘To The Countryside’ from its folk-guitar harmonic indie-rock origins to a svelte and pulsing disco-leaning electro jam. A total muscle flexer. Free download too.
The ever-reliable SertOne has delivered an expansive electronic reworking of ‘Lay with Me’ from Elaine Mai’s latest free download EP Known/Unknown. Sert has given the track a considerable percussive low-end. Good job.
Get Down Edits are long standing Waterford DJs Daz and Martin, who are known for their disco sets and their love of classic funk and soul. As prolific DJs, the pair have delved into the practice of making disco edits, they have three volumes of them already available and coveted already. For their latest release,… Read more »