Max Richter has made a career out of reworking classical music for the digital age, but possibly the most interesting is his remixed version of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. Richter took the piece apart at the compositional level – rather than working with existing recordings – and layered its familiar themes for a truly magical effect. […]
Since their US debut in 1999, Tahiti 80 has released four albums and nine EPs. Their newest album, The Past, The Present & The Possible, is to be released on February 22 on the band’s own Human Sounds label. Check out this awesome John Talabot remix of the song Darlin’.
Juliette Commagere, the former keytar-slinging front-woman with Hello Stranger, a 70’s glam-inspired band who opened for Foo Fighters and Kings of Leon, has just released her second album The Procession. Check out the first single, Impact, and the Keepaway remix of the track below that.
If we can’t have new Bloc Party material , then the next best thing is frontman Kele Okereke’s new side project: Kele. Produced by Spank Rock’s XXXChange, Tenderoni is the first single from his upcoming debut album, The Boxer, which is dropping June 21. It’s very dance floor electro, experimental and overrun with gliding synths […]
It’s soothing and sumptuous. It’s Zebra by Beach House. The harmonious opening track of Teen Dream is lovely and ridden with reverb. I don’t care if the album was leaked early. These songs will endure the test of time, just like their self-titled album has.
Japanese DJs, 80kidz, have added their touch to Metric’s hit Help I’m Alive. Having already created remixes for CSS, Simian Mobile Disco, Phenomenal Handclap Band, and Dan Black, 80kidz have taken Metric’s original recording and added catchy synth loops and bouncy drums. We have it available for free download via our Music Download section [psst, […]
To all the Health lovers out there still playing Get Color on infinite repeat, mix your playlist up a notch with a trippy Die Slow remix by Tobacco (of Black Moth Super Rainbow). This purposeful rework is pure art and definitely wasn’t produced for the sake of having a remix on a single – like […]
Below is the video clip that is going to win the VMA’s 2010 best video award. Having previously won it for their We Are Your Friends clip, and you guessed it, been interrupted by Kanye West, Justice have delivered another top shelf video directed by Keith Schofield. Recreating the final scenes of a movie, with rolling credits throughout, this clip is is so simple but creative. It sure is more brain stimulation than watching Beyonce dance around in a one piece swim suit singing ‘All the single ladies’.