Posts tagged Remix
Posts tagged Remix
Madonna - Girl Gone Wild Remix (Montage)
Unofficial, but awesome.
Last year, Spank Rock teamed up with Santigold on “Car Song,” a track that appeared on his album Everything Is Boring And Everyone Is A Fucking Liar. Now, Seattle art-rap duo Shabazz Palaces have remixed the track, transforming it into sputtering, murky bass music but keeping its catchiness fully intact.
Tired of Lana Del Rey remixes? Not so fast. Because I hear my grandmother is in the process of preparing a “Born To Die” remix that will BLOW your minds. No, but seriously, I always love me a good RAC remix. And here we have a new one by the ways of Ms. Del Rey. Granted, I much prefer the Penguin Prison remix to this song (you can listen to that right here), but this one is something I’ll have on repeat in my car throughout the weekend. And now that I’ve possibly introduced you to one of the masters of the remix, here are some other RAC remixes I recommend: (click to listen)
Ke$ha - Sleazy Remix 2.0 Get Sleazier
Normally, I wouldn’t be caught dead posting a Ke$ha song. But if you could get past the painful hook, you have an amazing video that turned out better than if they had gotten Andre 3000, Wiz Khalifa, T.I., and Lil Wayne themselves. The old dude rapping T.I’s part is where it peaks for me.
Reeemiiiixx Daaaaaaayy (did I use adequate e’s & i’s). Can’t Stop Won’t Stop.
She’s not a huge fan of remixes. But who passes up the opportunity to have David Lynch remix your track? So here we have the first and only official authorized Zola Jesus remix, “In Your Nature,” as heard through the ears of Mr. Lynch himself.
In accord with my previous post and what’s bumping in my headphones today, I deem today “Reeeeeemiiiix Day.” I got some good ones up my sleeve. Starting with this we’regoingbackwayback remix of Biggie’s “Going Back To Cali.”
Lana Del Rey - Born To Die (PDP 13 Remix)
Lana just got the remix treatment from our favorite Blur & Gorillaz frontman, Damon Albarn. Under the pseudonym PDP 13, Albarn strips the original song of its orchestral layer & creates a bass-heavy club track from the gloomy pop track. The result? The remix we all didn’t know we wanted.
This joined my music catalog
yesterday a couple months ago, but, due to its heavy rotation this week, I find it necessary to share. Enjoy.
In an era where mixtapes are putting people on the map, A$AP Rocky can be singled out as one of the most buzzed about new artists for his recent LiveLoveA$AP mixtape. I have yet to form a real opinion on him (after Ke$ha, I vowed to never support anyone with dollar sign used to stylize their name), but I’ve been really enjoying his single “Peso” and some of the remixes of it that have since emerged. This one’s my fave thus far…