Friday, 30 September 2011

Remixed & Reworked #2

Here we go - No.2 of the best remixes, covers and reworks making their way around the world right now. Some might not be... like, right now.. but shush. Which one is your favourite my chicken?

RAC - 1979
Pretty cover of the Smashing Pumpkins awesome hit. Not a major change from the original, female vocals and twinkly synths just make the whole thing even more euphoric. PB massively hearts this... you heart this.
RAC - 1979 (ft. Liz Anjos) by RAC


Foster The People - Helena Beat (Lenno Remix)
We can only assume that this song is written about Helena Bonham Carter. In fact, we can only assume that all of these songs were probably influenced DIRECTLY by Tim Burton. As is everything, including this cup of tea. This track though is nice to listen to in this little spot of sunshine that London is receiving.
Foster The People - Helena Beat (Lenno Remix) by Lenno


Ronika - Only Only (Fear of Tigers Remix)
You know Ronika, we mentioned her the other day as this track is literally ridiculously a.maze. Fears of Tigers got their claws (get it) into the track to give it even more chic. Literally ridiculously a.maze.
Ronika - Only Only (Fear of Tigers Remix) by Freeman PR


Monarchy Feat Britt Love - YDWTDWM (Moonlight Matters Remix)
You can download this, so what are you waiting for. Click on the little arrow on the soundcloud player just below this to get it. We heart these two artists so much, it's great to see this collaboration is getting love. More love please, more love.
You Don't Want To Dance With Me (Feat. Britt Love) [Moonlight Matters Remix] by Monarchy


The Rapture - How Deep Is Your Love (A-Trak Remix)
Everything that A-Trak touches turns to a classic. I wish he would touch me.
The Rapture - How Deep Is Your Love (A-Trak Remix) by A-Trak


Tyson - After You're Gone (Legowelt Remix)
Pop Blimp loves Tyson. His voice is insane, his tracks are insane. This remix by Legowelt provides some seriously sexy vibes. Sex it UP!



....That felt good....
Real good




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