It doesn’t matter what genre these guys touch, they remix it right and with impeccable taste. DJ too drunk or MIA? Throw a Fort Knox Five mix on and it’s an instant sure fire dance party.
Ryan Stewart’s remixes are addictive. These tracks will lead you into a daze where all other music tastes bland in comparison. He pairs his music with mesmerizing video montages from films like Inception and The Fall, and damn are they cool.
Salem made a slowed down zombie rave Britney Spears remix. They then edited it to footage of strippers and nightvision air strikes. Never felt closer to the apocalypse than this before.
We’re big fans of the music of Montreal producer Miracle Fortress (aka Graham Van Pelt), whose deep electronic sound has received critical acclaim from SPIN, Paper, XLR8R and KEXP, among others. Check out the awesome Pantha du Prince remix of his first single, Raw Spectacle, below.
While Lindstrøm’s label, Feedelity, has predominately been a vehicle for his original space-disco creations, Lindstrøm has brought another cosmic musician into the fold by way of a remix. Glasser’s Mirrorage has been given the Lindstrøm treatment, though rather than overwhelming the mildly paranoid track with additional elements, he’s extended the aural odyssey by featuring the […]
Cut Copy’s LP, Zonoscope, was produced by the band’s Dan Whitford. The Deluxe CD and iTunes Deluxe Version of the album, out on February 8, will include a new cut of the Krozm-directed documentary Artificial Interpreter, featuring footage not previewed on the web episodes.
Portland-based duo YACHT (who are on the awesome DFA label) have offered up a remix of the holiday hit, Fruitcake, by The Superions (featuring the unmistakable lyrics and vocals of The B-52s frontman, Fred Schneider).