Taking things a little deeper this week are Famba, remixing XY&O’s ‘Chameleon’. With chilled vibes throughout, the remix doesn’t stray to far from the deepness of the original, stripping away the soft experimental guitars and adding a housier sound. From the initial soft piano into the pop styled drop, I’m a huge fan of this … Continue reading
With an opening that reminds me a little to much of ‘Wonderwall’, luckily BUNT steer clear of the Britpop and move into what they call folk house. Whatever you want to call it, ‘Desire’ turns from a pretty decent pop tune into a thumping little house number. After featuring them last year, the duo are … Continue reading
An expectantly raucous collaboration from Ozzie electro-house duo Knife Party, and Tom Morello. Following its ‘live’ debut at Ultra Miami, ‘Battle Sirens’ adopts the meaty, angular guitar riffs of Morello (of Rage Against the Machine fame), formatting this to commercial house, and its archetype ‘drop’. The results are surprisingly effective – Knife Party have successfully … Continue reading
As a big Oliver Nelson I couldn’t believe ‘Changes’ somehow passed me by. A very different style to Nelson’s usual output, the original is a bit of a slow-burner with something of a nursery rhyme feel to it – it’s dubbed “deep disco” and we can’t really disagree with that. Supernatet on the other hand, … Continue reading
In the UK Flume’s ‘Say It’ was his first foray into mainstream music, featuring vocals from the ever growing Tove Lo. With Illenium on remix duties you’ll hear a track that stays pretty true to the original before dropping into a much bassier melodic chorus. Simple, but effective.
Similar to the Laibert remix of ‘Formation’ that we posted soon after its release, this time Nuiance takes the track in a more chilled out direction. Stripped back and mellowed out, it’s Beyonce meets lounge meets French touch meets funk. With only three tracks on soundcloud, Seoul based Inyoung Choi has really perked our interest!