Summer IS … not here yet -_-

Woah, what happened to the last month? Went by so quickly I didn’t even notice! Got three great tracks I’ve been saving, by saving I mean listened to and failed to post instantly, smartphone required in immediate future. Starting off with the Madeon remix of Martin Solveig, both of whom I’ve really enjoyed listening to in the past, suggested from a friend. Reminds me slightly of Bag Raiders, please come back to us old friend. Second is the Viceroy remix of St Lucia, I really have to invest some more time into Viceroy, you should too. And lastly, a Fred Falke remix of Theophilus London, you can always count on Fred Falke for a quality remix. Really works well with the vocals as well.

Martin Solveig – The Night Out (Madeon Remix)

St Lucia – Closer Than This (Viceroy Remix)

Theophilus London – Love Is Real (Fred Falke Remix)



Long Weekendness

Well, the exam I was studying so hard for completely ignoring the blog and music, waste of time. Probably would’ve done the same without studying; overall poorly. Anyways, excuse my late Friday post, some tracks I found interesting from this week. Some tracks I came across while surfing Hype and some music blogs, totally reposts. First is the Why Are We Whispering remix of Martin Solveig featuring Dragonette and I guess Ish Hello. Great remix of a great track, I’ve always liked Dragonette and I’ve shamefully forgotten about Martin Solveig. If you don’t already know who Why Are We Whispering is, it’s Don Diablo and Ish. A little taste of what they sound like. Second is the Jungle Fiction remix of Cassette Culture which I’m really digging the vibe of this remix. It’s kind of like the Derezzed by Daft Punk, but with a rock touch. And lastly, something oh so interesting, Strange Talk Eskimo Boy. It makes me sad that I’ve never heard of Strange Talk before, I used to be so into the Aussie scene… what happened?

Martin Solveig feat. Dragonette – Hello (Why Are We Whispering Remix)

Cassette Culture – We Once Had An Empire (Jungle Fiction Remix)

Strange Talk – Eskimo Boy