7
Nov
2011

Remix Roundup – Part 16!

Submitted by / 2 years ago / New Songs

Skrillex

More than delighted to see that Skrillex is touring the UK in the not so distant future, I suggest you all snap up tickets whilst you can. Here is an artist I thought Skrillex would never remix, but he’s only gone and bloody done it.

Bruno Mars – “Just The Way You Are” (Skrillex BatBoi Remix)

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You know that massive hit that Rizzle Kicks had? Yep. Good. Here’s a remix by Starslinger of that very track, tuck in.

Rizzle Kicks – “Down With The Trumpets” (Starslinger Remix)

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Just how good were those Pretty Lights mixes I put up in the last Remix Roundup? What’s that you say? You want more? Of course you can have some more, help yourself.

Pretty Lights vs Summertime

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Now, I have been searching the internet for about 12 months for a decent remix of Ain’t No Mountain High Enough by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell (Come on, you’d love to hear that on a night out). Alas, so far I have found little to nothing which I would play in a live set, which is a shame. However, the good news is I did manage to find this dubstep gem of Through The Grapevine. Well worth a listen.

Marvin Gaye – “Through The Grapevine” (Ashes Remix)

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I’m an honest guy and I admit I only knew one Otis Redding song before Jay Z and Kanye West kindly sampled the great man, and in case you were wondering it was Sitting on the Dock of the Bay (obviously). I suppose that is the beauty of music, musicians who have been inspired by others musicians of the past can showcase that music to an entirely new generation.

I’m drifting here but whilst I was searching for more Otis Redding tracks I could buy I stumbled upon this remix of the genius Ray Charles.

Ray Charles – “Good Thymes” (Opiuo Remixx)

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