Check out this new Soul Clap remix of the UK singer Sam Smith (known mostly for the single ‘Latch’ – fruitful collaboration with Disclosure). Glorious balearic vibe, impressive vocals and dancey rhytm. This remake is way beyond good! I’ll stay with you, yes! ❤
Ha! Bombay Bicycle Club’s single ‘Feel’ has just received a very decent remix from dance legends UNKLE. It’s only their second official remix in the last four years and it’s brilliant. Just one feeling, just one feeling: top tune!
And free download till 8pm today, so hurry up! 🙂
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English singer Anna Calvi and David Byrne (Talking Heads) teamed up to record a cover of ‘Strange Weather’, originally by Keren Ann. The song will be released on 14th July as a part of the 5 track covers EP, produced by Thomas Bartlett, who previously collaborated with bands such as The National i Antony and the Johnsons. Haunting cover and you will definitely hear strong Anna Calvi’s influence here.
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Watch this new stunning video for ‘Coeur De La Nuit’ by two Berlin-based DJs, Ferdinand Dreyssig and Marvin Hey. The track is a remix of ‘Vois sur ton Chemin’ from the classic french movie ‘Les choristes’. Beautiful choir plus melodic house beat plus artistic video, just a perfect combination! It will get stuck in your head, guaranteed 🙂 ❤ ❤ ❤
The boys from Django Django are not idling time away. While working on their second album they found time to record a nice cover of ‘Porpoise Song’ (originally by The Monkees from 1968). Gentle psychedelic journey. And those vocals! Beautiful. ❤
The song will be released on the band’s ‘Late Night Tales’ mix, which comes out on May 12.
This new rework from Todd Terje is unreal. ‘Johnny And Mary’, originally performed by Robert Palmer, takes here totally different dimension with subtle beats and vocal contribution from Bryan Ferry. You would never guess it’s actually Todd Terje’s work. Mesmeric, beautiful cover!
The track appears on the forthcoming Todd Terje’s LP ‘Album Time’, out April 8.
Last weekend Arctic Monkeys played Madison Square Garden in New York. Since it was also the 50th anniversary of when The Beatles showed up on ‘The Ed Sullivan Show’, Arctic Monkeys paid tribute to their British friends and covered ‘All My Loving’. Far from the legend, but there’s something about it.