Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & the Trinity’s absolutely sublime psychedelic 1968 cover of Donovan’s folk-pop hit “Season of the Witch” gets a respectful yet groovy redux from producer/DJ/multi-instrumentalist The Pied Piper.
Capitan Futuro has commissioned producer Tom Drummond for a world funk remix of “Oye Mami Ft Pedro Santana” to get the right dance floor moving.
Jamiroquai’s 90’s era “Virtural Insanity” has been updated with a really cool remix by The Noise Freaks. They took a kind of future funk direction which sounds super funky.
In the hands of Casual Connection, Salt ‘n’ Pepa’s classic jam, “Let’s Talk About Sex” gets beefed-up drums and an extended tease of an intro before that timeless chorus drops (and the hands go in the air).
The British balladeer and frequent Disclosure collaborator, Sam Smith has called upon Hill’s Garage expertise for a remix of his latest upcoming single, “Like I Can”
Here’s a dance floor edit by DJ Meistro of “African Woman,” off of Ebo Taylor’s 2010 LP “Love and Death.”
Chicago-based production duo Altered Tapes deliver a fresh bossa nova take on The Pharcyde’s hip-hop classic “Runnin’.”
“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.