Posts Tagged ‘Remix’

Banks – “Drowning (Lido Remix)”

Fresh off a performance at Governors Ball that had the whole audience swaying and singing along, Banks releases a remix for her latest song, “Drowning.” This one is by young Norwegian producer/songwriter Lido, who has been racking... Read more »

Soundcloud Surfing: Great Aaliyah Remixes

Aaliyah's debut album Age Ain't Nothing But a Number was released on May 24, 1994. It would go to number one and be certified double platinum in the US, and it also ushered in the reign... Read more »

Premiere: Outkast – “Everlastin’,” an Outkast Remix EP

With Outkast in the headlines once again for their 40-date festival run and 20th anniversary as a group, production team Urban Noize decided to celebrate with an EP of remixes. “The project is to help commemorate... Read more »

Outkast – “Da Art of Storytellin’ (OG Brendan Johnson Bootleg)”

Brendan Johnson is from Iowa. He makes remixes in his dorm room at 3 a.m. He sent this Outkast remix to Ryan Hemsworth toward the end of last year, and Ryan responded and said he liked... Read more »

Listen to The Weeknd’s “Drunk in Love” Remix

It doesn’t feel right to call this a remix of Beyoncé’s song, because “Drunk in Love” now sounds entirely like a Weeknd song. It’s like “The Morning” part two, and Abel decided to give this away in... Read more »

Listen to Xaphoon Jones’ Last Remix Ever

Philadelphia-based producer Xaphoon Jones may be best known for his work with Chiddy Bang, but some of his best production has been with his more experimental remixes. One of his finest was his rework of Grouplove’s “Colors,”... Read more »

Azealia Banks ft. Pharrell – “#ATM Jam (Kaytranada Edition)”

Pharrell’s brittle, minimal beat for Azealia Banks‘ “#ATM Jam” was a reminder that however many “Blurred Lines” he makes, he’s never going to lose his love of weird, stripped back production. For those who thought “#ATM Jam” was maybe... Read more »

Premiere: Doe B ft. T.I. & Juicy J – “Let Me Find Out (Heroes x Villains Remix)”

Alabama rapper and Interscope signee Doe B’s “Let Me Find Out” was already an ominous and infectious hit, but things just got turned up a notch with this Heroes x Villains remix. With a background in... Read more »

Portugal. The Man ft. Danny Brown – “Evil Friends (Jake One Remix)”

We’re used to hearing Danny Brown over all kinds of production, from chaotic electronic soundscapes to more traditional hip-hop beats, but we’ve never heard him over something quite like this, and surprise—Danny Brown’s versatile delivery makes... Read more »

Ryan Hemsworth Samples Britney Spears on Remix of A$AP Rocky’s “Thuggin’ Noise”

Ryan Hemsworth has contributed a Britney Spears-sampling edit of A$AP Rocky's "Thuggin' Noise" to the Folie Douce Vol II compilation. "Thuggin' Noise" was the first track on the A$AP Mob's Lord$ Never Worry tape, and for... Read more »

Erykah Badu – “On & On (Booty Fade Remix)”

Pressing play on the remix of a classic like Erykah Badu‘s “On & On” comes with a lot of skepticism, but this Booty Fade remix surprises in the best way. The Dallas DJ/producer duo gives a laid... Read more »

MØ – “Waste Of Time (FTSE Remix)”

Calling this simply a “remix” seems unfair. FTSE has revamped Danish singer MØ‘s “Waste Of Time” with some production touches of his own, but he also took the extra step usually reserved for rapper remixes only and... Read more »

Portugal. The Man – “Purple Yellow Red & Blue (Passion Pit Remix)”

Portugal. The Man‘s “Purple Yellow Red & Blue” is a high-flying anthem—the kind that makes you want to take your shirt off, dance on a table, and throw something at someone’s face. For this remix, Passion... Read more »

Missy Elliott – “I’m Really Hot (Laurel.Canyon Remix)”

In case you like the new blends of electronic and hip-hop but aren’t fulfilled by Azealia Banks‘ spotty releases, check out this Laurel.Canyon remix of Missy Elliott. With a house backdrop replacing the original “I’m Really... Read more »

Strange Talk – “Picking Up All The Pieces (Ta-ku Remix)”

Ta-ku strikes again with a new remix for Strange Talk’s “Picking Up All The Pieces.” For this one, he passes on the ’80s-tinged synths and livens things up with some extra thump. If you’re looking for... Read more »