Canblaster demolishes Cashmere Cat’s pristine production and reconstructs “Kiss Kiss” into a hyper-cosmic-RnB track. This is the Future Sex/Love Sounds that I want and think the world deserves in 2013.
G. Vump transforms “Mirror Maru” into a dark and deep tune that straddles multiple genres and vibes, resulting in a refreshing and massive remix.
Blood Orange transforms Phoenix’s “Entertainment” into a 90s RnB track that sounds like it was supposed to be on the Romeo+Juliet Soundtrack. A lovely re-visioning of Phoenix’s cryptic and profound lyrics and melodies.
Clark demolishes Letherette’s “D&T” then reconstructs the tune into a cyborg beast born out of Terminator 2. This is quite a surprising and refreshing sound from Clark, the man of many sounds and talents. Mr. Oizo would approve of this remix.
Mount Kimbie announces their sophomore LP entitled “Cold Spring Fault Less Youth” out May 28 on Warp Records. It features 2 collaborations with King Krule, a very fitting collaboration for their brand of introspective electronic music. Download a new track titled “Made To Stray” for free here.
Shlohmo & Jeremih team up to bring the world some slow burning #feels. It is a #real #feel that cuts so deep. “Bo Peep (Do U Right)” is a dream collaboration brought to you by the amazing folks over at Yours Truly and their “Songs from Scratch” series. Started from the Blog and now we here…
Siriusmo offers up a taste of his upcoming LP “Enthusiast” on Modeselektor’s Monkeytown Records entitled “Itchy”. This return of Siriusmo showcases his angular synthetic funk that he is refined into a mesh of techno blips. A very interesting teaser of what is to come on this album.
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