This week’s playlist turns it up again to another level. There’s a huge number of tracks this week that have hit Spotify that you deserve to be loaded up with, including tracks from Racing Glaciers, Goldroom, The Knocks, Zella Day, Porter Robinson, Benny Benassi and lots more.
Golden Coast’s new release sounds like a summer anthem to me. This ‘Dream and an MPC’ (an MPC is an early 90′s beat-making machine) is one for all those trying to breakout and achieve their dreams with a little help of an MPC.
This remix is bang on! If you thought the Oliver Nelson mix turned this one up, you should here what Steve James has done here to Cazzette’s ‘Sleepless’. You’ll be up all night to this one and there will definite be no shut eye had.
Pat Lok hits you up with another exquisite remix and this week it’s Sirma’s ‘Trigger’ getting pulled into deep house territory.
Avec Sans have just dropped another mighty track with ‘All Of Time’ getting a release on September 14th. This electronic duo kick goals with every tune that comes our way and this is another one between the posts.
Royal is back with ‘Royal’s Theme’ which is the debut single off his forthcoming Cycles EP. I can imagine being carried in on one of those Cleopatra type thrones to this track, waving at the royal minions.
A lot of the fine folk are going crazy for Saint Motel’s track ‘Cold Cold Man’ at the moment. I’m doing backstrokes in KANT’s remix pool with ‘My Type’ getting a lot of spins getting broken down.
If you didn’t think the original track sounded like a class Grimes track, check out this remix from Jamie Kuse. He’s turned Hopium’s stunner track ‘Dreamers’ featuring Phoebe Lou into a dream pop heaven kind of tune.
Holy tropical house batman!! Adrian Lux and the track ‘Teenage Crime’ get a remix from Shèmce track that takes it into a euphoric dance track that sounds more like a Vaudeville Smash hit or something from the Barry White era.
Alison Wonderland has dropped another fire cracker of a track from her Calm Down EP. There’s nothing cold about this track. In fact it’s quite the opposite. This is killer.
I’ve been playing the original of this track A LOT recently. This trademark RAC mix gives it a stripped back cocktail vibe that partners with it perfectly. In fact, this mix has kind of turned it into a Steal My Sunshine kind of track.
This track is HOT! It’s sizzle time with Carlos Serrano’s mix of Flume’s ‘Holding On’ slid over Nas’ track ‘Mad You Look’ turning it into a Vulcan mind meld of a track.
Well, Taylor Swift is on the sax wagon (albeit a keyboard sax) but it’s still a sax attack. This is shake-tastic and evidence that Taylor Swift’s foray into pop and out of country is not a bad move at all. This is destined to be smash.
Another killer mix from Glastrophobie and another step into the world of saxcellence.
ODESZA drop some fresh beats with new track ‘Say My Name’ featuring Zyra. This is like taking all of your vitamins in one hit and washing it down with the worlds supply of mountain spring water.
Gold Fields get to remix one of their all time favourite bands. They don’t fail on the mixmaster stakes here either. Little Dragon’s ‘Pretty Girls’ dons some disco make up and sounds all the better for it.
The growth of Kiesza has been kind of untimely for La Roux. She’s kind of stolen her thunder. A little bit like La Roux did to Little Boots a couple of years back. Anyhow…this Colour Code remix from Patrick Hagenaar heats the house up on this one.
The cream is rising to the top in our inbox today and this remix from Still Young takes one of our favourite tracks from Clean Bandit’s album and turns it up for your pleasure.
I’ve taken myself to tropical house town today. I took Sam Smith and his SJUR remix with me too. It was joyous you know. Oh and yes you guessed it…Sjur Gimmestad is from Norway.
It’s a 50/50 split on whether The Knocks remix of Adrian Lux’s remix are the winner here. In fact, if you’re greedy you take both and then you’ll be the winner. Both remixes are golden.
Love Thy Brother turn it on a treat with their remix of ‘One Smile’ by Dada Life. This is champagne disco house at its finest.
Are you ready for a wave of sound to come crashing over you? Trust me when I say that this track ‘Skin’ from Brisbane’s Scholar is going to soak you in something quite special.
If you didn’t think the original was awesome, wait until you get a load of the Star Slinger remix of Duke Dumont’s ‘Won’t Look Back’.
Lets keep that Oliver Nelson conga going with this remix for Ella Henderson’s track ‘Ghost’ which will bury itself under your skin. This is just joyous gold for the ears.
A remix from Oliver Nelson ALWAYS takes me higher. Without fail. This new mix from Oliver Nelson and Skogsrå takes Tobtok’s ‘Higher’ into a place that you won’t want to come down from.