“Upside Down (Spence Remix)” by Mos Def & Diana Ross is a nice mix of Motown and hip hop
Rhythm Scholar applies his respectful-yet-expansive remix techniques to one of The Beatles’ heaviest grooves, “Come Together.”
I love a good 90’s hip-hop throwback. This time, Arrested Development’s “People Everyday” gets the remix treatment from Chicago’s Altered Tapes.
The Bangles classic 80’s dance craze anthem “Walk Like An Egyptian” gets a nice update by Skeewiff & Sammy Senior.
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.
I may be a wee bit obsessed with KING. After melting in adoration over their recent single, I had to revisit it in Vibe Conductor style.
I’ve always liked Lauryn Hill’s “Doo Wop (That Thing).” Its a great track! We get a really nice update and a future feel on this remix care of the modestly-named producer Mikos Da Gawd.
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 Sam Gellaitry adds a great remix to “1, 2 Step,” the well-loved modern classic by Ciara.
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).