Electronic duo Boy Harsher will reissue their previously released albums ‘Lesser Man’ and ‘Yr Body Is Nothing’ on April 27th via their Nude Club imprint. With a new album in the works, the group will also drop a two song 12′ titled ‘Pain II’ on May 11th.
Sweden’s Maja Francis has unveiled a new remix of her single ‘Saved By The Summer’ courtesy of Shura. Transforming the original pop record into a haunting and minimal electronic building, Shura chops up vocal samples and slides in trap drums creating an eerie soundscape around Francis’ manipulated voice. ‘Saved By The Summer’ is currently out now via Universal.
Aside from rapidly garnishing a following around the globe, Australian singer Hatchie has also been highly praised by none other than Cocteau Twins’ Robin Guthrie. Already championing Hatchie since her initial single release ‘Try’, Guthrie has given the remix touch to the song ‘Sure’. Transforming the cut into a serene and ambient indie pop/shoegaze pleaser, Hatchie and Robin Guthrie are a brilliant combination, hopefully striking the possibilities of more collborative work between the two. Check Read more […]
After unveiling their upbeat single ‘Ruffle Shuffle’ over a month back, Norway’s Datarock have now dropped a remix to their latest single ‘Laugh in the Face of Darkness’, reworked by DJ Rocca and Jukka. Whilst the original glides between the sounds of pop and synthwave, this version rolls down the lane of electro with an Italo disco twist. Definitely containing a groove that is webbing, you can stream the track down below. Read more […]
A few months back Stockholm’s Bishat unveiled her smoking single ‘Under My Skin’. A glorious delight of upbeat pop, she now brings forth the remix courtesy of The Endorphins and Pure P. Completely restructuring the cut, transforming it into a sultry RnB bit, this rework is the complete definition of sexy. With both The Endorphins and Pure P all equally known for producing quite the hot tunes, factor in Bishat’s magic and it’s a win-win situation. Check it out. Read more […]
Having shared her hot single ‘Happy When’ last month, rising star Caitlyn Scarlett now unveils the Miko Waye remix of the song. The Berlin producer known for his Afrowave sound, gives the track a bubbling dancehall-peppered touch that brings it from the pop spectrum to mid-tempo dance floor territory, definitely adding another layer of life to the tune. The original version istaken from Scarlett’s upcoming EP ‘Red Tape, Vol. 2’ out in 2018. Have a listen.
Rising high this year with tracks like ‘Just You & I’ and ‘Heartland’, Manchester’s Tom Walker recently unveiled his latest single and video ‘Leave a Light On’. Already a big record, Walker now brings forth a remix by none other than AlunaGeorge. Completely revamping the tune, this remake is a mid-tempo electronic pop cut with a club flare. You can stream the remix down below. Read more […]
French superstar Charlotte Gainsbourg has enlisted the Belgian team Soulwax to remix her single ‘Deadly Valentine’. Giving the track a disco makeover, this version is a delicious, hedonistic piece that is not only addicting but should literally be the soundtrack to every weekend forthcoming. Soulwax have definitely created magic with this one! Touching on the remix, Soulwax stated: “We have been Charlotte Gainsbourg’s fans from when she was still a teenager until now, so we were of course Read more […]
With their new remix EP landing this month, Lea Porcelain share another rework, this time by the group’s own Julien Bracht. Reconstructing their song ‘Loose Life’, Bracht puts together a raw and gritty version that sways between industrial and hard-stomping techno. Almost subterranean in sound, this version will be included on the ‘LEA PORCELAIN REMIXED’ release which features production by Scuba, Thom alt-J and more.
Having shared tracks from their upcoming EP ‘Lea Porcelain Remixed’ including reworks from Scuba, as well as Ruede Hagelstein & Amin Fallaha, Lea Porcelain now unveil a new version of their track ‘Remember’, courtesy of Thom alt-J. Probably one of the more left-field remixes we’ve heard, the first two and a half minutes are spearheaded by menacing synths and vocals dipped in reverb. Quite miminal and eerie, boot-kicking drums then erupt towards the end, shifting the cut further into obscure territory.