Any remix that has garnered my attention to the point I want to tell the world about it.
This baby is an infant at 7 days old. I heard it first on Turntable.fm and couldn’t believe I hadn’t heard it before. Very catchy cross-genre mix.
You can’t listen to this without loving it.
This is the official remix for Sony USA. Royaal shared this on his SoundCloud today (today being like way early in the morning when I was in zzz mode) and Audiophreakz uploaded it on theirs about five hours ago. It really starts picking up around :40 in. Definitely a banging track.
I’m sure plenty of these originals stuck with you. Pink Floyd, The Beatles, The Mamas and the Papas, and the Moody Blues. Here’s a little remix collection for your auditory enjoyment.
Butch Clancy Remix – Eleanor Rigby The Beatles- Eleanor Rigby remix
This track is just plain sick (as in good – not vomit…ew). I heard it on Turntable.fm and snagged and thought it was good enough to end up here. Mixed with what seems like drum and bass in the beginning, it goes to heavy and slow traditional dubstep. Lovely vocals throughout. CTLGD (formerly Glitchdick) is Christian Mochizuki, a native of Honolulu.
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This track was developed for the Mount Cleverest Remix Contest. It builds up very nicely and by 1:37 you are into the full-on electro feel. Bring the Noise, a trio, does a lot of remixes and mashups. The 17-year-old Payton is very full of potential and dabbles in various EDM genres.
Bring the Noise is quite generous with three mixes available free on iTunes and I would assume more on the way (monthly podcast). Download this track free from the SoundCloud link.
This is a an all-around great remix. I was kind of on the fence about doing this or the original. The original is just as good. This just adds a teeny bit more dimension.
If you want to skip the intro, go to :17 in.
Here is a remix collection for Natalia Kills. I am a fan of both Wonderland and Mirrors. Mirrors has two remix CDs (not containing all of those below, but some).
Omega Dubstep Remix
Frankmusik Obsidian Overkill Remix
Jeff T Club Remix
PeaceTreaty Dubstep Remix
Amp Live is a hip-hop producer and released this remix a while back, although I only discovered it within the past four months or so (from the Coding Soundtrack room on Turntable.fm). I’m not sure how to label this track exactly (except it’s awesome and you should totally listen to it). It’s got a modern-meets-vintage feel to it, which I love and Blake Hazard’s vocals are so earthy and warm. Amp Live picks up the tempo a bit from the original with an obvious hip-hop-inspired beat so you don’t fall asleep (the original does that to me, although it’s great for relaxing to) and he’s layered it well so if you didn’t see it was a remix, you wouldn’t even know. You can get this and other remixes in a special The Submarines remix CD available on iTunes.
I would also recommend The Submarines stuff by themselves too.
Very similar style to Adventure Club. Some people complained about them being one-note, but it’s not easy to produce a track. They did an excellent job with this and if they want to be inspired by other groups while producing a kicking track, by all means do so. There is enough crappy music in the world. Grats to Culture Code for soldiering on.
This track was for the Quantum remix competition.
This is a gorgeous remix (and an official one at that) taking the original uplifting DnB track by Neutralize and turning into a soulful dubstep (yes, I used soulful and dubstep in combination – get over it). This track is available free from Culture Code (very talented and young dubstep duo – they can only go up). If you want the original, you can get it through Neutralize’s Facebook.