Kick your weekend off with this massive T.I. edit from LA duo Slander. The guys are fairly unknown in the mainstream EDM scene but are getting love from big names like Carnage and Diplo who are dropping their remixes in sets. Keep the party going with more of their work HERE.
If you haven’t hear Chrome Sparks yet, now’s a good time to get to know him. Jeremy Malvin has been making avant-garde electronic music under the moniker Chrome Sparks for a couple years and though we’ve taken notice, his latest offering Goddess can’t go untalked about. On Goddess Malvin creates a musical dreamscape falling somewhere between M83 and Gold Panda, adjacent to Baths. Give a listen to two standouts below, the title track “Goddess” and “Lost in the Chrome Forest” then head HERE to buy it.
It’s been a while since we’ve posted a bunch of music, so check out some of favorite laid back remixes of late. First up Fei-Fei’s ‘feided’ mix of BANKS track “Brain” followed by Magic Man smoothing out the upbeat “Mississippi” by The Griswolds. Then the incomparable Disclosure are tranquilized by SOHN, ending with a slowmo remix of Chain Gang of 1974′s “Sleepwalking” by One Tusk. Enjoy!
Baltimore indie rock duo Wye Oak reinvent themselves on their fourth album sans-guitar. Check out the jumpy previous single “The Tower” if you missed it and then listen to their latest offering above “Glory”. Both tracks are from Shriek which is due out on Merge Records April 29th.
It’s been a while since we’ve talked about our boy Robots With Rayguns even though he’s been kicking out some fresh remixes and cool originals over the past few months, but this one is a pretty big deal. The man behind the machines Lucas Smith puts his unique spin on one of the biggest songs out right now and, as usual, it’s better than the original (IMO). Check out RWR’s steel drum laden version of Parrell’s “Happy” above and enjoy your Friday. Also notable, the track has only been up on SoundCloud for a day and has already exceeded 12k plays so we’re happy for you RWR.
From the maker of last year’s retro smash “Pizza Guy” comes this 7 minute burner “Slowments”. With only a few originals to his name Australia’s Touch Sensitive has quickly come to the forefront of the electronic music boasting over 40k plays in 12 hours. And what’s better is the track is up for free download in promotion of his tour, get it HERE.
Check out this beautiful remix of Grimes’s “Be A Body” by UK producer DEADBEAR. It’s one of those remixes that made me go back and listen to the original to remember how far it was taken. I’ll give you a hint, far. The term spacious is thrown around a lot these days, DEADBEAR’s desert production here makes most ambient producers sound like shoebox makers. Have a relaxed morning with this one.
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