James Vincent McMorrow’s ‘Get Low’ is a highlight of his recent album We Move. Today, Beats1’s Zane Lowe premiere a remix from Dutch producer Sander Kleinenberg that gives an already low-end heavy song, an extra kick in those frequencies. Listen here: See ‘Get Low’ performed on Jimmy Kimmel.

Posted on January 24th, 2017

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Mixhell are a Brazilian electro duo Iggor Cavalera and Laima Leyton, who recently teamed up with Mutado Pintado (Paranoid London) and Joe Goddard on the Crocodile Boots EP after some jam sessions post-DJing in 2015. Now Soulwax have remixed the track which was recently trailed in their Beats 1 2×2 show, and comes on a… Read more »

Posted on January 17th, 2017

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Last week the 202s gave us a listen to the lead track from their EP Up In The Air, “a slice of harmonica-assisted lilting indie pop music.” Today, the band release that EP which features a retro-electro remix of ‘Who Cares About Sunshine’ by Lights 106 and a remix of the title track by Jape,… Read more »

Posted on January 17th, 2017

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The trend of remixing songs in an ’80s style continues. After this week’s Rihanna/Calvin Harris ’80s ballad, the originator of the idea Tronicbox, who memorably reworked Justin Bieber in a drippy ’80s decade style, has tackled the popular song from a few years back: Gotye & Kimbra’s ‘Somebody I Used To Know’ an ’80s sheen,… Read more »

Posted on January 12th, 2017

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Bodies is a music project by David Anthony Mc Geown with an album called Drench on the way. The project’s brooding first song ‘Nightmoves’ for which you can see the Eddie Jackson-starring (Game Of Thrones) video below. I’m interested in the remix by Kobina (Check his Sentinel Island EP ) of ‘Nightmoves’, which lends the… Read more »

Posted on December 9th, 2016

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This Friday night, Fleetmac Wood’s DJ night playing exclusively remixes, edits and originals of Fleetwood Mac’s music returns to The Sugar Club after last year’s sold-out show. The idea started in London in 2012 and has spread around the world to Burning Man and Glastonbury. Don’t expect a greatest hits set, this is a night… Read more »

Posted on November 22nd, 2016

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There isn’t going to be any more new Beastie Boys music unless we get some version of Hot Sauce Committee Part One. As a longtime Beasties fan, I’m not sure that has really sunk in yet. But it’s where we’re at. Apart from the odd collaboration like Mike D on Cassius’ ‘Action’ (he also recently… Read more »

Posted on November 18th, 2016

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