Stream weekend 2 of Coachella on AXS TV featuring bands and artists including Bastille, Grouplove, Calvin Harris, Pet Shop Boys, Skrillex, Ellie Goulding and more.
I really like this soulful track from Chromeo. That coming from a man who cannot stand Vampire Weekend is a big statement, particularly when it features their frontman Ezra Koeig. In fact, I wish it was much longer.
Sax people! Sax attack! The Aston Shuffle’s ‘Tear It Down’ gets a house remix with a sax solo and this remix slow burns into your soul.
Tourist drops the Patterns EP on April 20th (UK) / 22nd (US) and the title track from the EP which features Lianne La Havas is simply divine.
Time for a bit of nu disco funk Coldplay in this Lunar Apex remix of ‘Magic’. This sits in Aeroplane/Plastic Plates territory. Nice!
I’m usually one for being drawn to the remix of a track and here’s a prime selection for ‘After Dark’ from Night Drive. Saying that, I’m very much into the original of this. I can’t go past The Cure’like bass line on it. Sensational.
The Stop Here For… Series is a spin off from our Cloud Sizzlers posts targeted at specific genres of music. This weeks Stop Here For… is aimed as some quite fabulous house tracks of lightness and darkness that fit together like a jigsaw puzzle.
Glasgow newcomers Nieves hit you up with ‘Winter’ which is the first track release from their debut EP. This is a very simple but very slick piece of well written folk music.
Following on from his massive collaborations with Diplo on ‘Earthquake’ and Jay Fay on ‘Dibby Dibby Sound’, DJ Fresh is back with his new single ‘Make U Bounce’, a production collaboration with D&B legend TC.
We’re keeping today’s disco theme going with this Cyclist remix of ‘Root Down’ from The Beastie Boys. The funked up baseline on this one is just funking crazy.
There’s a lot of remixes floating around of the Zedd track ‘Find You’ featuring Matthew Koma and Miriam Byrant. This disco mix is definitely not one you will have heard before and it’s up there with the best.
The long Easter weekend is here and so is instalment 64 of our Cloud Sizzlers posts. This week we’re hitting you between the ears with the likes of Q-Tip, Beba Rexha, Kelis, Luca Vasta, Thief, Major Lazer, Chet Faker and more.
If there is anyone that can remix a track into a summer sounding smash, Kygo is the one to do it. There may be a similar thread along the many mixes that are tearing it up online by Kygo but they’re all golden.
Band of the moment Future Islands have remixed Little Daylight’s single ‘Overdose’ taking the track into a stripped back electro chill kind of place. In fact, this is now sailing into ‘Seasons’ territory.
I didn’t think that the Kat Krazy remix of this track could be equalled or bettered. This new remix from The Chainsmokers comes pretty darn close.
This Dillon Francis is rather excellent. Chromeo’s ‘Jealous’ has had some sensational remixes dropped by the likes of The Chainsmokers, Benny Benassi and now Dillon Francis.
When a remix stops you in your tracks making you forget all of the other impending listens in your inbox, you know that you are onto a winner. On first listen to this mix of ‘Show Me Love’ we were hit between the ears with just how good it is.
Yes sir! The new track ‘Sixavelli’ from 360 featuring Lunar C just ooooooozes audio pleasure. This is a late night bar kind of track when you’re knocking them back into the early hours.
It’s always a bonus if you are the first artist deadmau5 ever followed on Soundcloud. After listening to the new track ‘Towers’ we can tell you that deadmau5 was on the money, hence EEKKOO is now on mau5trap.
We are always a bit partial to a remix or rework from Tourist and this retouch of London Grammar’s track ‘Sights’ is a beauty to behold.
What a YMR favourite combo! We have been playing ‘Til Tomorrow’ by DWNTWN a lot at the moment. Not only does the original mix feature in our current weekly playlist, Rainer + Grimm have released chill trap remix to get you cruising into the long weekend.
YES!!!!! I’m ready to dive back into this track now and the Dimitri From Paris edit is ear candy that you’ll want to start the week with.
This week’s playlist features the most played tracks at Your Music Radar right this very minute. There’s a good number of tracks that have been around a little while that we’ve been waiting to hit Spotify including mighty tracks from Betty Who, Frankie Animal, DWNTWN, Say Lou Lou and more.
Monday mashup time with Eluusif. We have Krewella and Showtek on offer here and if you weren’t familiar with either track you’d have no idea this was a mashup as it’s seamless. This sounds like one track.
Estonia’s Frankie Animal hit you up with their track ‘Obsession’ and it is fair to say that we are a little infatuated with this one.