Is there a better way to start our YMR Guest Mix Series than with Moiez? We think not. Especially when this 1hr mix features brand new exclusive tracks from Moiez himself and more.
Yes yes yes! Thief takes his bouncy poppy track ‘Closer’ and strips it back into Bon Iver territory. This version is probably destined to gain far more attention than the original mix. This is definitely the YMR track of the week.
If the original mix of this track wasn’t a dreamy 80s soundtrack kind of tune, this remix definitely is. We’re talking Three Men & A Baby kind of mix here. All good mind you. Very good in fact.
Boom! RAC mixes the fine track ‘All of the People’ by Panama Wedding and this instant eargold. This keeps everything that you love about the original but seasons it with the mix it deserves. All of the people should be listening to this.
We’ve been waiting for this remix to go live so we could share this sexy late night edition of Chromeo’s mighty track. This is trademark Disciples too and we’re loving-it!
Dexter Tortoriello aka Dawn Golden gives us an early riser of a track that encapsulates and beams the longer it goes on. This is a prime example of the class tracks coming out through the cracks of goodness in 2014.
The master that is Giorgio Moroder has given Coldplay’s ‘Midnight’ an official remix that takes Chris Martin and the rest of the band into spaced out disco choral house territory.
Everybody’s going mad for a bit of ZHU right now. Rightly so too. If the track ‘Faded’ tickles your fancy and you’re up for a clubbed up remix of it, look no further than the Steve James take on the track.
Here it is. The A-Side from the J.O.B. EP feat. Ngaiire. This cover of Gwen Guthrie’s classic track ’Ain’t Nothin’ Goin’ On But The Rent’ is as silky as a deep house track should be.
Easter doesn’t stop the YMR train and this track from Juun featuring the sensational Sam Smith is eargold for sure that will carry you through.
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.
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.
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.