The new demo from Monarchy is impressive to say the least. The London duo are bringing some flare to some soft electro jams. The track starts off slow until the melodies break into one another, from there it simply takes off. I’m digging every second of it. It’s hard to throw out a comparison for you because there’s many different elements to it. A great mood track to carry you throughout the night. Brilliant. I wish I had a label so I could attempt to sign these guys.
Monarchy – Gold In The Fire (Demo)
Russ Chimes is a pretty sure thing when it comes to providing gold for the dance floor. His latest remix comes from LA Nights, which is now available on itunes. It’s the typical smash from Chimes who never ever seems to disappoint. Myspace is a good place to catch more bangers.
Fabian – Heatwave (Russ Chimes Remix)
I’m sure by now you’ve all caught the new single Night by Night from Chromeo released a few weeks back. All the remixes have came and gone and for now, I found one that really leaves a punch. Skream’s remix just barely edged out the new version from DJ Anonymous. The laidback take does wonders to compliment the pop-based lead vocals from Dave 1. But I still love the funky rework Anonymous does. Anyway I included both, if you feel like sharing post your fav. If you don’t have the original electric avenue has it for you here.
Chromeo – Night By Night (Skream Remix)
Chromeo – Night By Night (DJ Anonymous Remix)
Alan Braxe is one of the few individuals who can reproduce mainstream music into listening gold. Not that teeny boppers don’t have an ear for great music….”To the window! To the wall!” haha; I’m just saying that Braxe definitely knows how to turn it up a notch and it doesn’t matter what piece of music you start him out with. The newest remix to hit us last week was Broken-Hearted Girl. Fantastic Dub remix, but there’s a slow and bothersome Radio Edit out there… so don’t get confused. The ‘right’ version is listed below.
Beyoncé – Broken-Hearted Girl (Alan Braxe Dub Remix)
The interview above is crazy fascinating and Too Many Sebastians led me to it so thanks for that.