OMG Y’ALL! So while I was busy getting my errands done this morning and then catching up with Eva Luna *pregnant pause*, “the highly anticipated” Jay Z and Sade collaboration was released on Jay Z’s new blog. This cut is supposed to come out on Sade’s upcoming The Ultimate Collection which is out on May 3rd. I personally think it’s nice to show the different ways you can cut a Sade song but I’m still not completely sold on it. I’m more of Sade House remix kinda gal — for now.
So as I was wandering through the interwebs, I came upon this Chromeo remix contest on Beatport. I scanned through some of the tracks, nothing really catching my ear, until I got to Rolex’s Remix. They killed it and made the song into something completely their own—and it bangs. So register for Beatport (it takes 10 seconds, and if you like this music, you should be registered anyways), and vote for this dope remix from some promising up-and-comers.
So you know like the first time I listened to “Poker Face” by Lady Gaga – at a Halloween party I ended up DJing at – I foo-fooed the ipod away from my face as if someone had offered me some plate of cheese or something. The thing is that later on I really liked it! Now when I first listened to Malachai I was like, “what is this?” So then after googling and finding out about the larger European following I began to understand more and more. Nosaj Thing has remixed “Let ‘Em Fall” and you’re probably going to have the same reaction but it’s ok! We’re in this together, and you know this song is infectious. I’m sure later on you’ll be singing the …
The remixes of Daft Punk‘s TRON: Legacy soundtrack are comng fast and furious now. Today’s selection comes courtesy of red-hot Aussie band of the moment Tame Impala. The track will only be available on the Australian version of the TRON: R3CONF1GUR3D remix CD, coming out on April 8, so we’re happy that the folks at Modular Records decided to share it for us non-Australians citizens of earth.
It’s about to be quite a ride for “tropical electro pop” vixen Tecla Esposito. Almost a year since her solo debut, the beginning of February finds New York’s eclectic rebel serving listeners up with an extension of 2010’s Strangers In Masks in the form of a pre-release from her upcoming Strangers Revisited. The project, available for download via tecla.bandcamp.com on February 8th, sets out to put a fresh, invigorating spin on songs from the past LP and will include remixes from an array of electrifying producers. …MORE