Qdup—the production/DJ moniker of our own Jayclue— returns with a funky collection of tunes featuring some amazing vocalists from Austin, Texas.
Rhythm Scholar applies his respectful-yet-expansive remix techniques to one of The Beatles’ heaviest grooves, “Come Together.”
The Bangles classic 80’s dance craze anthem “Walk Like An Egyptian” gets a nice update by Skeewiff & Sammy Senior.
All Good Funk Alliance are back with the eighth installment (!) of their Late Night Workshop mix series and it just keeps getting better and better.
Yesterday was the official end of summer, but you’ve still got some time to enjoy al fresco drinking, dining and socializing, preferably on a rooftop. If you can be somewhere to catch a great sunset, DJ Stylus put together a soundtrack.
Kelela is a phenomenal singer/songwriter who is pushing the boundaries of R&B with her futuristic, eerie yet enchanting song stylings.
Pied Piper’s reworking of Marvin Gaye’s immortal “Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)” is one of the deepest, most respectful remix I’ve ever heard anywhere.
The progressive house remix of Yeah Yeah Yeahs breakout hit, “Maps” by Tommie Sunshine, CID, and Modern Machines is no longer only in the hands of the world’s most overpaid entertainers.
Producer Stint has taken Lana Del Rey’s tempo-changing track “West Coast” into chilled-out electro territory with an uplifting chorus (at least as uplifting as Lana Del Rey can get).
Sometimes you hear a super sexy remix of a song and you’re so into it that you’ve listened to it for over 30 times in one sitting. The Snakehips remix of BANKS’ “Warm Water” is that song.