I found this one last week and had it on repeat for at least an hour while i was crushing homework. This one puts you in an awesome mood and gets you vibin’ along during even the first play. Awesome remix.
Australian extraordinaire Ta-ku has slaughtered it once again. His original, “Love Again,” is astoundingly beautiful. Accompanied by JMSN + Sango’s vocal work, Ta-ku’s mix strikes the perfect balance between hip-hop gospel and new age hip-hop–although boxing this track into a genre ultimately proves fruitless. The reality is that Ta-ku has combined disparate elements of all genres and produced a wonder. Enjoy (and definitely listen to the outro).
Basstracks–the producer who collaborated with Lido on their instrumental edit of Rihanna’s “FourFiveSeconds”– is back, releasing an awesomely chill tune featuring trumpets galore. This trak’s good for the first few plays until the synth trumpets drive you crazy. Give it a few plays.
From hits “Runaway” and “Gold Dust” to the newly released “Peanut Butter Jelly,” Galantis can make anything sound good. This funky tune boasts an incredibly catchy melody and makes you feel like you’re munching on a delicious PB&J–one of the most satisfying comfort foods out there. As a huge peanut butter and jelly fan myself, I strongly encourage you to give this one a listen. (Don’t forget the milk.) Too good.
ODESZA has quickly become one of my favourite new artists. From their trippy vocals and contagious melodies to their already signature style, they have invaded the music collections of many. Headlining big name shows like Coachella and Gov. Ball, ODESZA is getting the fame they deserve. One of their more low-key (and when I say low-key I mean “not blowing the internet”) songs is White Lies.
This remix of White Lies makes the song even better and adds a new feeling to the jam… Also it’s remixed by someone under the moniker of ‘Dim Sum’… what’s not to love?
Check out his/her other remix of ‘Best Friends’ by Foster the People:
White Lies, the original by ODESZA:
Rising French Deep House producer Kungs revamps an already great trak. Mellow vocals, smooth strings, and easy on the ears.