Listen to Leeds producer Favela‘s shimmering remix of Holding On, the latest release by Fyfe.
Jessie Ware has hooked up with J. Cole for a remix of Kind Of… Sometimes… Maybe, which was originally co-written with Miguel and production duo BenZel (aka Benny Blanco and Two Inch Punch), and appears on Jessie Ware’s gorgeous new record, Tough Love. Tough Love is available now through Island/PMR Records.
Lifted from Mariam The Believer‘s forthcoming Remixes EP, which features reworks by Prins Thomas, Richard Norris, Boxed In and Wolf Müller who flip tracks off her 2013 debut, Blood Donation. The album drops October 27 through Moshi Moshi. Check out Wolf Müller‘s remix of Invisible Giving below.
London-singer Rosie Lowe today shared a remix of her sultry new single, Water Came Down, by Spanish producer and frequent John Talabot collaborator Pional. Giving the track a slightly darker feel, Pional’s remix submerges the original in a sea of murky beats, heavy bass and Rosie Lowe’s spine-tingling vocals to create something entirely new. Take… Read more »
Bear In Heaven have released an excellent Matthew Dear remix of one of their recent singles, Autumn. The original featured on the Brooklyn trio’s fourth studio album, Time Is Over One Day Old, which came out last month via Dead Oceans. Listen to Dear’s robotic remix below.
To mark the year anniversary of their stellar debut LP, HAIM have unveiled a haunting cover of their latest single My Song 5 by Australian R&B outfit Movement. Like most of what can be found on Movement’s rather excellent debut EP, which dropped earlier this year via Modular, their remix is a dark and sultry… Read more »
Anna of the North – Sway (The Chainsmokers Remix)
Girls, the glimmering and inspiring recent single by the incomparable Slow Magic, has been remixed by his current touring partner Kodak to Graph. Not to imply the original was by any means a dull affair, quite the opposite infact, it’s just on Michael Maleki‘s impression the LA-based musician has flipped the song and turned into… Read more »
Schoolboy Q has hopped on Disclosure and Sam Smith’s massive hit single Latch. The TDE emcee shows his versatility and breathes new life into a track that is amazingly coming up on two years old now.
Brooklyn duo Beacon have flipped Tycho‘s breathtaking instrumental See, and turned it into one of the smoothest remixes of the year. The addition of some mid-tempo dance grooves and Thomas Mullarney III‘s soft vocals make for one smouldering and evoking release. Both versions are now available through Ghostly.