Stream the hot new album from Pharrell Williams and get your fix of G I R L in all of its glory.
Another stellar track from Great Good Fine Ok. We’re definitely ‘Not Going Home’ either after listening to this. We’re going back for in for more listens until we get kicked out!
Say hello to the quite awesome new track from RAC featuring St Lucia. What a double treat for the ears. If you know what’s good for you, you’ll have this played and hearted on Hype Machine HERE pronto.
Lucy Mason’s track ‘White As Snow’ takes YMR into Sarah McLachlan’esque territory and we love it.
This remix of Thief’s track ‘Closer’ takes us all a little bit closer to a calypso in the Caribbean with Thief. This totally compliments the original track and steps it up a little into bootie shaking territory.
I like this. Bastille have remixed Kimberly Anne’s track ‘Hard As Hello’ which features vocals and production from the band and it is pretty mighty.
Apparently Katy Perry is obsessed with the track ‘Catch’ from Toronto’s Allie X. You know what? I think we are a little bit obsessed too. Particularly with this Billboard remix.
This track is a sea of tranquility. It is good to see that class tracks like this are loved by the online masses.
This playlist features the week’s most popular songs across all genres on the US Billboard charts.
A remix of Colonel Abrams’ track ‘Trapped’ could tip into blasphemous territory if done badly. This version from The Subs is an absolute fire cracker remix that takes the Colonel (no relation to J.J.) down into the darkness.
Coldplay pump out a fine new first single ‘Magic’ from their forthcoming album Ghost Stories out May 19. I like the sound of this. A stripped back bounty of ear gold.
This track is sensational. It’s the kind of track that will go over the heads of a lot of ‘older’ people and they’ll think it is fabulous until they realise what the underlying connetations are in the lyrics. Then they’ll probably ban it. Free speech and all.
It is official. I must be the only person on the planet that seriously cannot stand the track ‘Happy’ from Pharrell. What I will say is that this remix from Robots With Rayguns puts the track into likeable YMR territory.
So the time has come around again and you’re now counting down to 2014′s instalment of SXSW. If you’re still working out who you should be seeing, we’ve put together this SXSW 2014 Playlist based on artists we’ve seen at the last 2 year’s festivals and who we’ve been banging on about in 2013.
At YMR we are big fans of a rework and even bigger fans of Chiefs. This is a remixed explosion of sound that we prefer to the original featuring Sean Paul.
Bruce Springsteen covered Lorde’s track ‘Royals’ at his recent gig in Auckland, much to the surprise and delight of the fans. Watch it here.
Three is the magic number. Since 2011 when Your Music Radar kicked off in the online game, we are pleased to say that things have been going from strength to strength. Not only for us but more importantly the artists, bands and DJs that we have been championing since we got into this game.
DJ HLM has just carpet bombed our ears with goodness. His original track ‘Sedona’ is just sensational. It’s an uplifting and soaring track set to get your pulse racing.
Erol Sabadosh does it again with this cracker official remix of ‘Daughters’ by We Were Green. A nice bit of French house if ever there was some to be listened to.
Elephante drops a very fine and fabulous pumping remix of Beyonce’s track ‘Single Ladies’ giving it a progressive house feel good vibe.
This track from Sweden’s Feival is one of the best tracks I’ve heard in a while. There’s an underlying addictive thread in this track that has kept me coming back for one more click.
Not sure if this track from Osca has any early Coldplay influences in it but it sounds more like a deleted track from Parachutes. You’d be forgiven for thinking it was a lost early track from that period. That’s all a compliment to Osca and their track ‘Indicator’ which is stellar.
Steve James puts his remix touch to another great track. Kaskade’s ‘Floating’ is cracker of a track remix of euphoria from Steve James is gold.
So many tracks and so little time. Another stellar week of tuneage coming thick and fast at us and there’s a whole eclectic host of goodies on offer in Cloud Sizzlers 57. Faves include tracks from Eloise Keating, Theatre of Delays, Olympic Ayres, Erik Hassle, Chris Malinchak and more.
Another anthemic remix from The Chainsmokers! They are coming thick and fast at the moment and this remix for Strange Talk’s ‘Young Hearts’ is more gold for the ears.